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Leather Working Book for Beginners - A Leather Crafting Starter Handbook of 15 Leather Craft Projects Plus Tips Tools and Techniques to Get You Started - cover

Leather Working Book for Beginners - A Leather Crafting Starter Handbook of 15 Leather Craft Projects Plus Tips Tools and Techniques to Get You Started

Luke Byrd

Publisher: Luke Byrd

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Searching for that one book that can take you on an adventurous journey to making lovely leathercraft projects? If this is you, then read on…

For those that are new to this craft, leather crafting involves the cutting, molding, painting, dyeing, finishing, and waxing of leathers into beautiful works of art. So, all these procedures usually lead to the creation of very ornate projects like leather pouch, leather clutch bags, and even leather wallets among many others. This art is very beginner-friendly, and trust me when I say that you can learn all the techniques it entails and be a professional in the art by simply learning and being patient. Apart from learning the craft, you can also use it as a means of making money.

That is why this book, Leather Working Book for Beginners was written, to give you the thrills and guide needed to make lovely leathercrafts.

Upon flipping through the pages of this book, you will;

	Be more acquainted with what leathercraft entails, its historical timelines, and how it works.
	Be exposesd to the tips, tricks and techniques (like coloring, waxing, finishing, stamping, carving, sewing, and gluing) used in leathercrafting that will set you on your way to becoming an expert in the art.
	Be enlightened on the tools and materials needed to get you started.
	Educated on the safety measures to adhere to when working with cutting tools and other sharp objects.
	Get started with making lovely leathercrafts with the aid of the 15 project ideas discussed in this book with step-by-step instructions and graphical illustrations to guide you along the process.
	Be familiar with leathercrafting mistakes to avoid, including having pre-informed knowledge of the most frequently asked leathercrafting questions.

…And a whole lot more!

What more are you waiting for? Hone your creative abilities, and build your crafting skills with this beginner's guide to leather working.

To begin your journey, simply grab a copy of this book RIGHT NOW

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