Leathercraft Class: Stitching and Dyeing

Learn how to stitch and dye leather to make unique pieces

4 hours Class size 1 to 6

label $140 (or 4 payments of $35 Afterpay)

Searching for fun things to do in Perth? Join this intermediate leathercrafting class and spend the morning stitching and dyeing your own cute phone pouch!

In this four-hour class, you'll get the chance to select a design and create your own stylish embossed mobile phone pouch with guidance from a friendly expert. You'll learn basic leathercrafting techniques, hand stitching techniques used specifically for leatherworking and the basic leather dyeing process too.

You'll walk away with a cool new handmade piece that can hang from your belt or from a shoulder strap and keep your phone safe!

Build up your creative confidence and fall in love with the art of leathercrafting at this fun Perth workshop.

Knowledge required
You must have completed the Introductory Leather Carving Workshop and the Beginners Leatherwork Class: Wristband to be able to participate in this class.
What you'll get
  • All materials are provided
  • Guidance from an expert
  • Your own stitched and dyed leather phone pouch.
What to bring
Just yourself!
Suitable for

This class is great for individuals and couples as well as for a team building activity, birthday, hens party or bucks party.

This would also be a lovely gift for her, gift for mum or anniversary gift.


The Perth Artifactory, 16 Guthrie St, Osborne Park WA

Your teacher

Andrew, an avid re-enactor and LARPer, is the proprietor of Western Leathercraft. With a lifelong passion for art, primarily illustration, Andrew’s interest in leathercraft began after joining a local Perth medieval club (The Society for Creative Anachronism) in 1989. He moved beyond making leather belts and decorative armour when in 2010 he bought the craft shop, Western Leathercraft, which was then based in East Perth.

Andrew began hand-crafting leather items to sell in the shop and at market stalls, trading skills with a wide range of local leather crafters, and attending conferences to improve his skills. Teaching Leathercraft since 2017, he is currently completing a Master of Teaching at Murdoch University.

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