Course Start DatesSunday 26th January 2020
About the Course
Come and make a machine sewn leather pouch, perfect for storing a variety of bits and pieces such as phone, cash, makeup or can be used as a clutch bag. You have the option to make a detachable wrist strap. There will be a small selection of coloured leathers to choose from. You will be shown how to use leather making tools and equipment safely and to machine sew leather.
The workshop is suitable for adults – beginners or improvers. You will be provided with an apron to wear during the workshop and will sew your pouch on your own sewing machine.
You will work from a pre-made template.
You will be shown how to use an industrial sewing machine. Focusing on starting, sewing and ending your sewing neatly.
You will practice sewing before you start your pouch.
You will choose your leather and cut the desired shape out using a template.
Sew your pouch using an industrial sewing machine.
Apply an edge-painted finish.
Class is appropriate for: Adults - beginners or improvers
Class size: 4 (maximum)
Deborette is a qualified teacher of Art and Design and Design Technology. She has 16+ years teaching experience in a secondary school environment. She began making leather goods around four years ago and started the brand B18 Leather, which she sells online and at events.
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What's included in the price?
Materials: All materials are provided.
Complimentary coffee, tea, soft drinks, and biscuits are available with this workshop.
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