Get The Skills You Need To Build Your Own Finely Made Creations
It’s hard to know exactly where to begin in leatherworking. When you aspire to make the kinds of leather goods you seen in luxury stores, it can seem even more difficult. No matter your skill level, leather craftspeople throughout their experience ask questions like:
- What tools should I pick so I don’t waste time and money?
- How do I make those fancy bag handles that no one seems to know how to make?
- Will I ever be able to make goods that people will appreciate or even someday buy?
I will help you to see that it’s actually not that hard to get started making fine leather goods. You may not realize it yet, but you can begin immediately building your skills to achieve a high level of quality and get a finished product that you can be proud of and show off to your peers.
The most common difficultly I hear from our leatherworking community isn’t how to make a particular component. It is getting over the psychological barrier of how to get started tackling the problem. It can be zippers, handles, leather edges, there are many things that can make a beginner or even a veteran leatherworker ‘get stuck.’
When you join our newsletter, you’ll get our free guide “See How a Luxury Bag Component Is Made” to help get you un-stuck and start making the kinds of leather goods that you really want to make. In this guide, we do what no other leather supply company has done, tear down a luxury leather bag and show you exactly how it is made.
Through our guide and our newsletter, you’ll also learn:
- Where to focus your efforts in leatherworking so you can make goods better than today’s luxury goods companies
- How to start instantly deconstructing techniques to use for your work even if you’ve never done it before
- The most important principles that helped ordinary craftspeople just like yourself to create successful leather goods companies
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I just want to tell you that I really enjoy reading your messages! Today, everybody seems to have something to say and I haven’t time for 99 percent of it. However, after having recently found your blog, I read your entries for inspiration, information and for the love of the craft.
I love hearing from you! You are really my true inspiration for working harder at perfecting my hobby/craft.
I just wanted to thank you for this free guide and giving your newsletter readers great content assisting with the growth and development of this time honored craft. It’s true reading pleasure.