Creative Tooling Valet Tray and Key Tag WorkshopEast Coast Leather
CLASS TIME: 9:30am - 2:30pm Saturday 17 April 2021
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A GREAT INTRODUCTION TO LEATHER
This hands-on workshop caters for students with little or no experience of leather.
Learn the fundamental skills you need to start working with leather by making simple projects that you can create after this basic introduction to leather!
Discover a new and exciting approach to working with veg tanned leathers, learning various steps and techniques on moisture content, how to use leather craftools to create interesting patterns, making projects with your personal touch and creativity!
Students are encouraged to develop their own individual styles and are helped to experiment and explore the creative potential of leather.
You will make a Valet tray and key fob.
Learn how to:
Set Rivets, attach snap closures and chicago screws, also how to use different dyes and finishes to color your projects then the different applications required to seal your vegetable tanned leather.
All tools and equipment are supplied for this workshop, for you to use at no additional cost.
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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