|Leather Courses B. is a leatherwork training provider run by GDH Leatherwork. We offer one - seven day training in traditional leather working skills. Our courses include leather bag and satchel making, moulded work, taster weekends, open courses and an intensive leatherworking week. Visit www.leathercoursesb.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.|
|Courses in designing and making shoes, bags, belts
and much more at the Prescott and Mackay School of Fashion and Accessory
Design based in London .
Click here for more information or visit www.prescottandmackay.co.uk
|The Tanner Bates Leatherwork Studio and Classroom
is at Old School Farm, Dartington Hall, Devon.
John Hagger who runs the business is a third generation leatherworker. He was trained in Walsall, England as a saddler and bridlemaker and has since been an extraordinary teacher of leatherwork and maker of fine leathergoods. For course details click here or visit www.tannerbates.co.uk
|Classes in Contemporary and Traditional Bookbinding with Laura West. Click here for more information. Email email@example.com or visit www.laurawest.com|
The Cherry Wood Project in Gloucestershire is a sustainable woodland management project incorporating a green woodwork school where visitors can make stools, side chairs and arm chairs in a traditional way, using only hand tools. Among other courses available is An Introduction to Leatherwork 2 day course . For details go to www.cherrywoodproject.co.uk
|Half-Goat Leatherwork in Dumfriesshire, Scotland offer one – three day uniquely tailored courses in making tooled belts, bags, wallets, cases, bushcraft items, living history items, and any interesting projects that people require a mentor to accomplish. Visit www.half-goat-leatherwork.co.uk/ for more information.|
Courses in Hand made leather goods, 1, 3 and 5 day courses, individual tuition located in Somerset. Visit www.bespokeleather.co.uk for more details and for contact information.
|Courses in leather technology at Institute for Creative Leather Technologies (ICLT) in Northampton. For more information visit www.northampton.ac.uk|