Leathercraft should be of interest to boys and girls in rural or urban areas. It complements other projects using leather products, such as the livestock, horse and clothing projects. Use your creativity to create projects and learn new skills. You will appreciate the natural beauty and usefulness of leather, learn the principles of good design, learn to be creative, original and strive for quality craftsmanship.
Project Book Required? Yes
Leathercraft project books can be purchased HERE
What needs to be accomplished to move onto level 2?
- Complete level 1 book
- Basic tools: bevel, background, seeder, pear shader, camouflage, viener and scribe
- 3 rounds completed
- 1 finished project
What needs to be accomplished to move on to level 3?
- Completion of level 2
- Swivel technique, 3 rounds
- Basic tools plus advanced tools
- 1-2 finished projects with advanced technique
What needs to be accomplished to move on to the next levels from here?
- Completion of level 3
- Bigger and more complexed projects
- Leaders choice
Leathercraft Superintendent: Sam Allen
Contact: sallen6(at)outlook.com or 406.461.5883
How will you be contacted? Phone, email and newsletter
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