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Leathercraft Workshop - Four Week Course

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Doncaster

10 Bembooka Crt

Doncaster, VIC 3108

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This hands-on workshop is designed for all ages with little or no experience with leather.

Learn the fundamental skills needed to start working with leather by making simple accessories you can customise! In these courses you'll be introduced to a wide range of leatherworking techniques, tools, and materials whilst being guided as you apply them to practical designs.

All aspects of stamping, carving, lacing, stitching, bevelling, burnishing, colouring and finishing, plus more will be shown and experienced by you.

If there is a certain skill that you wish to focus on, such as just carving and embossing for example, that is fine and you will be personally guided through this.

There is no prerequisite for what to make, you can tackle your own custom project or choose any number of project designs that are readily available.

At the end of the course you will have the skills and confidence to continue the practice in your own time and place. If you feel to expand further on the techniques and garner more knowledge, there will be the opportunity to attend the Next Level Practice that is also held each week on Tuesday nights.

You will be provided with take-home info and referrals to suppliers.

They are lead by an experienced Leathercraftsman with 26+ yrs of practicing and teaching the art of working with leather. A range of traditional and modern techniques are shown and explored.

All workshop tools and materials are supplied by the tutor for participants to use during the workshop.
*Seats are limited so that all participants are provided comprehensive guidance.

*Please note: All participants are required to start on the first week (24th Aug.)

These Four Week Courses are held monthly.

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Doncaster

10 Bembooka Crt

Doncaster, VIC 3108

Australia

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