About the Course
Come and enjoy a day of leather working. Make yourself a beautiful apron in butter soft pigskin suede with buffalo nubuck straps and solid brass fittings.
Personalize it with a name tag for an extra special present or something luxurious for yourself.
Learn strap cutting, pattern making, attaching buckles and finishing in a small, friendly and informal workshop, working with Catherine Edwards a professional and nationally exhibiting leatherworker.
The workshop is open to beginners and those with some experience at the Creative with Nature Studio in Todmorden.
Cathy Edwards who is running this workshop is also running a 2 day satchel making workshop and a belt & pet collar 1 day workshop this year at CWN.
Cathy now has dates for later in the year at CWN!!!
Have a look at our website for full details and to book.
Go to our website to see everything we have coming up and we also host other courses from other craft professionals from our studio and we offer small group tuition, 1 to 1 tuition and professional development training.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All courses include all tools, materials, beverages and cake!
Wonderful working with Cathy on the apron and signed up to make a satchel too. Everything well organised and explained
Mari Browne - - #23135
I did the apron course and completely impressed myself even with some hand stitching. Cathy was brilliant and very helpful - has a lot of experience and patience. I have signed up to the leather satchel weekend in July.
laura barnes - - #22391
Response from Creative with Nature:Thank you Laura for a lovely review! I'm really happy with Cathy Edwards leather courses here. What a lovely and talented teacher she is: ) Joe. xx
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