Leather Waterbottle Workshop

Leather Waterbottle Workshop

Duration: 1 Day (Plus optional waterproofing workshop at lat

Price: £65

Run by: Clive & Wendy Elsdon
at Evancliffe Leathercraft

01388 526641

19 Holywood
Wolsingham
Bishop Auckland
County Durham
DL13 3HE

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About the Course

This workshop will take you through the process of making a wet molded leather waterbottle from a pre-cut veg tan template.

First you will mark, make the holes and hand stitch the the two faces of the waterbottle together. Then you will learn about wet molding and form the shape of the water bottle.

We will then give instructions on how to waterproof the bottle. (We can provide the materials for you to do this at home once the leather has dried out for a small additional cost).

We also offer an optional extra to this workshop for those who would like to make a shoulder strap and be supervised while they waterproof the bottle. This is usually on a mutually agreeable date by prior arrangement. The cost for this is £30.00.

The price includes tuition, use of the tools and the materials to make your waterbottle.

Tea & Coffee will be provided. Please bring your own lunch and any soft drinks / snacks you require.

Closed toe footwear should be worn. If you wish to protect your clothing please bring a suitable apron. As we use a stitching pony we advise wearing trousers rather than a skirt or kilt.


For more information please email via the contact form above.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

The price includes tuition, use of the tools and the materials to make your waterbottle.

Tea & Coffee will be provided. Please bring your own lunch and any soft drinks / snacks you require.

Closed toe footwear should be worn. If you wish to protect your clothing please bring a suitable apron. As we use a stitching pony we advise wearing trousers rather than a skirt or kilt.



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Course Start Dates

Saturday 24th February 2018

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