Leather Flowers by Cherryl McIntyre
Leather Flowers by Cherryl McIntyre Leather Flowers by Cherryl McIntyre


$135 per student for 5 hour workshop (coffee and morning tea included)

CLASS TIME:  9:30am - 2:30pm Saturday 19 August 2017

LOCATION:  The Leather Shed, 130 Kingfisher Road, Mount Cotton


Be an artisan for the day, get hands on and creative by world renowned artisan Cherryl McIntyre award winner of the prestigious International Al Stohman Award 

No previous experience required

This workshop will cover detailed instruction on how to create unique Leather Flowers and leaves hand-crafted from light weight vegetable tanned leather.

The workshop will progress in an easy-to-follow step by step manner. Techniques covered are pattern layout, cutting, colouring and different applications on shaping the flower petals and leaves including optional ideas for flower centres.

Cherryl has an eye for colour and graduated shading techniques to create beautiful life like leather flowers, all that will be missing is the fragrance! While leather and flowers are not often thought of together, a leather flower can create a beautiful decorative element for an outfit or accessory. Flowers’ in leather are timeless and a fashion statement. You can wear these delicate flowers as jewellery, hair accessories, and dress up a bag, belt, corsage, bouquet, brooch pin or a clip for a pair of ballet flats for a timeless spring look.

Tools and equipment will be supplied for students to use during the workshop.



- Apron

- Cutting Mat

- Scissors

- Craft knife

- Disposable gloves at least 2 pair

- Old hand towel

- Clean rag about the size of a tea towel ( old white sheeting is ideal)


Internationally recognised for her talent and contribution to the leather industry, Cherryl McIntyre has been perfecting her craft for more than 30 years. An exceptional teacher, President and founding member of the Leather Crafters Association of Queensland, and Director of Exquisite Leather, this Brisbane based Leather Artisan has travelled the world sharing her skills.

You might like to know, Cherryl was the first ever to be presented with the prestigious Al Stohlman Award outside of the U.S.!

Cherryl has also coordinated the largest event for Leather Crafters (of all skill levels) in Australia and New Zealand, Dimensions in Leather, since 1994.  


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