Handmade Leather Craft!

Public Class  ·   · Enjoy a crafty weekend by exploring the art of leather crafting!

3 Hours
Global Origin
Instructed in English
Singapore

About the workshop

One of man's earliest and most useful discoveries, leather is a remarkably strong and durable material. The earliest form of leather use dates back to prehistoric times, where man would use animal hides as clothing and shelter. As civilizations across the world gradually developed, man started to develop techniques to soften and preserve leather products, and they were passed down from father to son across generations!

Today, leather is used to make a wide variety of articles, including accessories, footwear, clothing, furniture and many more! In this hands-on leather workshop, you will learn how to customize and assemble up to two basic leather items, available in 3 colours of black, brown or blue! Pick up knowledge on the art of leather crafting, learn the fundamental skills to craft your own leather project and experience the joy of customizing your own unique leather pieces!

At the end of the workshop, you will bring home your very own leather cardholder and key fob or bracelet :)

What you will experience

- Receive an introduction on leather materials.
- Get to know the tools you will be working with!
- Choose your designs, leather, thread colours and more.
- Get hands on in customizing and creating your two chosen leather items (leather cardholder and key fob or bracelet).
- Bring home your individualized items that will last you for a lifetime!

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Flexible Cancellation

Cancellation is free of charge 48 hours before the scheduled start time.

Booking must be made 3 days before the scheduled start time.

Other Details

Wish to craft more complicated items (e.g. wallets, passport holders)? Or want to arrange for a private leather workshop in Singapore? Please contact us at [email protected]!

Location

Note: Full workshop address will be included in booking confirmation email.

Nearby this workshop

Closest MRT:
Sembawang Station (North South Line)