We have been receiving requests to run this leather working class again. If you are interested in taking this class get in touch and we will add you to the leather list. Once we have scheduled new dates, those on the list will be notified first.

An Introduction to Leather Working

Participants will learn how to cut, rivet, and hand-sew leather in this full day, introductory workshop. In tackling three projects – a small pouch, a keychain, and a three-pocket tool roll – you will gain the skills and confidence to approach basic leather working at home.

The tool roll, which will be made of buffalo hide and reclaimed leather, will measure 9 inches by 20 inches, and will handsomely house the tools of the trade of any artist or craftsperson. The pocket width can also be altered to fit pencils, paintbrushes, and/or chisels.

Workshop Instructor: Willa Murray. Read her PROFILE or visit www.willamurraydesign.com


Lunch included (and dietary needs accommodated)

($60 material fee to be paid on the day of the workshop)

Saturday, January 19 from 9:00am – 5:00pm

Amazing workshop. Willa is welcoming, patient and so talented. – Michele Leblanc

I came away with three perfect handmade items. Willa is a great teacher and very supportive and relaxed. There was a great selection of materials and options. We learned a lot and are now much more confident. – Rob Garner

Great class! Lots of fun and a wonderful project. – anonymous