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    Leathercraft Basics: Leather Accessories with Gosia

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    Discover the art of Leathercraft! In this workshop, you’ll learn some fundamentals of leatherworking while creating your own unique and sustainable leather jewellery and accessories.

    Using 100% repurposed leather, you'll be guided through all aspects of this project, from creating patterns, to stitching, studwork and embellishing, attaching jewellery fixings - to create your own one-of-a-kind accessories that reflect your personal style.

    Leather is a very durable and useful material. There's rarely a reason to throw leather away! Learning how to make simple but impactful accessories is a great step in realising the wider potential of repurposing leather, getting the very most out of the long lifecycle of this material.

    What we will cover?

    In this hands-on workshop you will learn:

    • Basic leatherworking tools and materials
    • Simple pattern making
    • How to add Studs
    • How to attache jewellery/accessory fixings
    • You will also learn more on types of leather, sustainable leather practices, emphasizing the importance of minimizing environmental impact and repurposing materials.


    • Wheelchair Accessible Venue
    • Gender Neutral Bathrooms
    • Auslan Interpreted Upon Request
    • Free First Nations tix

    Who will be teaching?

    Gosia is a leatherworker with a lifelong passion for crafting and restoring goods. Based in Melbourne, Reservoir she specializes in using
    recycled leather to create custom products while promoting sustainable practices. With years of experience and a dedication, Gosia is excited to share her knowledge and expertise with aspiring leather enthusiasts.
    Connect with Gosia on her website or follow her journey on instagram: LetHerWork

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