• Step-by-step instructions and photos illustrate basic leathercrafting techniques: choosing leather, stamping and decorating, stitching and lacing, and finishing
• Projects in both traditional and contemporary styles
• Detailed how-to information teaches what you need to learn to get started in this fun and popular craft
Elizabeth Letcavage is the editor/author of Basic Soap Making, Natural Soap Making, and Basic Leathercrafting. She gardens, crafts, and writes in central Pennsylvania. William Hollis has been doing leatherwork for 20 years, specializing in gun leather and historically accurate reproductions. He lives in Etters, Pennsylvania. Alan Wycheck is a concrete specialist and former partner in The SO Factory, a concrete design company. He is also an award-winning photographer and lives in central Pennsylvania.