The Basics of Beginning Leatherwork | Homestead Basics 12

The Basics of Beginning Leatherwork is the 12th work in the Homesteading Basics Series. It is geared to new leather workers and is packed with information to help set up an inexpensive yet practical leatherworking shop.

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The Basics of Beginning LeatherworkDo you want to work with leather but don’t know where to start?

The Basics of Beginning Leatherwork is a practical guide that will start you off right.

This book shares simple yet practical knowledge which covers all the essential items needed for someone to get into leather-working.

This guide for new leatherworkers covers things like:

  • What are the essential tools?
  • Finding inexpensive tools
  • Homemade tools
  • Basic techniques
  • Where to get leather
  • Dyeing and finishing leather
  • Starter Projects
  • How to find new patterns
  • Tips on getting into leatherwork as a business

The handbook is suited to new leatherworkers and hobbyists wanting to expand into a cottage business

Get this guide now to make your leather working dreams a reality.

Author Note

My good friend William Smith has always been a constant guide in my DIY journey. However, up to this point, all you may have seen was his hand in holding something in one of the Dave’s Homestead Videos. His father, Tommy Smith, runs Smith Made Knives, and William owns and operates Smith Made Leather, a company that builds custom knife sheathes. He was gracious enough to co-write this work (Probably so I would stop begging him.)


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