Shaped Leather Pouch Workshop


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This one day course is an introduction to the wonderful world of leather working.

At the end of the course you will take away your small leather bag as well as a list of basic tools and contacts in order for you to carry on with this wonderful craft.


2022 Course Dates:

Saturday 5th November 2022


Time: 10am – 5pm

Price: £70 per person

Minimum age: 16



In this workshop you’ll get to learn the processes involved in moulding shaped leather, from preparing the leather, different tool use and creating 3D form.

Leatherwork is a fascinating craft; gentle, tactile and hugely absorbing.

Using high quality vegetable tanned leather we will use the process of wet-moulding to create a simple and beautiful pouch that can be used as a small handbag or belt attachment; perfect for carrying your essentials.

We will select, cut, mould, trim, punch and stitch our leather all using traditional skills, tools and techniques passed down through generations. 

At the end of the course you will be equipped with a list of basic tools and contacts in order for you to carry on with this wonderful craft. 


**Please Note**

Individual refreshments will be provided, but we ask that all participants bring their own lunch as we are not able to provide a shared lunch under current COVID guidelines.

When purchasing your ticket, please ensure you complete the form to make us aware of any health conditions or allergies as well as any additional support that you may need during your day with us.

About the Tutor; Edward Griffiths

Edward is a maker and doer, inspired by his surrounding and traditional craft techniques. He builds Log cabins, works with anything woodland based and tans, dyes and works his own leather.


After an introduction to saddlery with a family friend and Master Craftsperson Edward has gone on to develop and hone his skills making anything from belts to bags always using the highest quality materials and traditional hand tools and techniques.


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