Leatherworking 1:  Widen your sewing skills by learning to select, cut, bevel, stitch and edge real leather. Learn about leather types and applications, hardware, dyes and finishes. Add your personal style and preferences to enhance basic belt and bag patterns with your new skills. You’ll  learn options for straps, pockets, lining, buckles, hardware and closures to suit your taste.  Once you have these skills, you are ready for future projects in handbags, backpacks and jackets.  Prerequisite: Industrial Machine Sewing (AD 210)

 

Instructor:
Colton Helfrecht, ColtyPDX, one of Portland's top handbag and leather goods designers
Dates/Times:
Wednesdays, April 17-July 3, 6-9 pm
Cost/Cost Options:
36 clock hours + supplies. Tuition includes $25 kit fee. "I am very much interested in taking more leather working classes. Colton is a wonderful instructor. He is extremely knowledgeable, and generous with his tools and time. Please put me on a list for continuing courses, especially if Colton will be teaching." Vicki G
Supply List:
CLASS SUPPLY LIST
Additional Notes/Costs:

Check the supply list. You can purchase *supplies at PFI Supply store with your 20% student discount.