On Wednesday, I did a post on some basic leatherworking tools. Today I will continue with more basic tools to get you started on you leather working career. Getting Punchy One important technique for crafting leather items requires punching a hole through your hide. It is useful for making holes for eyelets, grommets, rivets andContinue reading “Leatherworking 101: Basic Tools Part 2”
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Leatherworking 101: Basic Tools
I did a presentation on leatherworking last night for the MBZ Conference. In that class, someone wanted a list of tools they should look for for basic leatherworking. So, for the next couple or so posts, I will be focusing on those tools, and providing links for where you can get them.
Something practical tonight. Enjoy. MV
Leatherworking 101 – Part 1: What Is Leather?
The last series I did here was pretty well received (on protocols, you can find them here, here, and here), so I decided to do one on a subject I have some experience with: Leatherworking. Now before you say, “I can’t do that, it’s too complicated,” take a breath. Leatherworking isn’t that hard, and allContinue reading “Leatherworking 101 – Part 1: What Is Leather?”