Exploring Leather Work

This hands-on fundamentals course is for people who want to learn how to make items and projects out of a variety of weights and types of leather. Whether you have done some leather work on your own, have already attended a workshop at the school or have never worked with leather before, this is the best class to refine your skills and move forward to more intricate projects and advanced classes. In 4 weeks, we will cover all the basic information students need to complete 3 or more different projects. We explore many aspects of working with leather: cutting, gluing, shaping, dyeing, hardware, and finishing techniques. Patterns and projects are provided as well as many choices of leather types and colors. If time allows, you will be able to work on independent projects of your own designs as the class progresses. All materials, hardware and use of tools are included.

Class dates:
Thursday July 10th
Thursday July 17th
Thursday July 24th
Thursday July 31st

  • Thursday, July 10th, 2014
    6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Location

Venue:   Chicago School of Shoemaking & Leather Arts

Venue Phone: 773-242-7436

Address:
3717 N Ravenswood Ave #113, Chicago, Illinois, 60613, United States