Max Harmon is at work, sewing bindings on wallets at Flowfold in Scarborough. “Making things is my thing,” she said.

Harmon, 27, lives on Long Island and has worked in production and design at Flowfold for a year-and-a-half.

“There’s a variety, whether it’s color or shape, you’re always looking at something different,” Harmon said of her job.

Flowfold started in 2005 when founder Charley Friedman’s old leather wallet fell apart and he made himself a new one from scraps of sailcloth.

He started making wallets for friends and family until he perfected wallet-making and then starated the business. Now the company uses ballistic-grade fabric such as Kevlar to make lightweight yet super-strong wallets, bags, backpacks and other products. Wallet prices range from $10 to $30.

Harmon works in the company of her dog, Watson, a bull mastiff, who sits by her side. She said on a good day she can make more than 100 wallets in an hour.

The hardest part of the job? “Getting into the groove of doing hundreds or thousands of wallets, finding the rhythm and making sure the quality is always the same with each product.”

Her favorite part of the job? The people. “The biggest thing is to be a part of a group of people that are both supportive of you inside the job and outside the job,” Harmon said. “Everybody here has that sense of adventure to try new things.” That, and “you can bring your dog to work.”