Would you like to make a coin purse, a bookmark, or a wallet? These, and many other interesting objects can easily be made of leather.
Leathercraft is fun. Very few tools are needed, and you can work on any handy table top; you don't need a special shop.
You should be able to make all the articles described in this book, first published in 1953. You may need a little help in cutting leather to size, but you should be able to do everything else by yourself. The projects have been carefully selected, and arranged in order of difficulty. As you progress, you'll find yourself producing craftwork of which you can be proud.
All the articles described in this book are useful. Make them for yourself, or as gifts for friends and relatives. Something you have made yourself will be appreciated much more than a gift you buy.
Here is your opportunity to have fun, learn something, and become a leather craftsman!
- About Leather
- Cutting Leather
- Tooled Bookmark
- Punching Holes for Lacing
- Pocket Comb Case
- Luggage Tag
- Setting Eyelets and Snap Buttons
- Key Case
- Coin Purse or Cosmetic Case
- Two-Pocket Coin Purse
- Tooling Designs for Coin Purses
- Pocket Snapshot Wallet
- Billfold with Coin Purse
- Breast Pocket Wallet
- Tooling Designs for Wallets and Billfolds
- One-Piece Braided Belt
- Monogram Alphabet -- Two Initials
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