Leatherwork | How To Make A Leather Plant Cover
Are you a plant lover? Do you love the idea of making DIY plant covers? Interested in trying your hand at a DIY workshop? Are you interested in making your own anti-fast fashion and ethically made products yourself? This is the workshop for you.
Show your plant babies some love and make a beautiful plant cover from one piece of leather using a series of cuts and punched holes.
In this class, Chanelle shares her technique to make a leather plant cover by demonstrating how to cut leather and create holes into the leather to complete a very simple yet beautiful leather planter from one connected piece of leather.
This is a great class for learning some basic leatherwork techniques, and performing specialist techniques such as how to cut, wet-form, and punch holes into the leather. You will follow a circular pattern inspired by a maze style design to create a pop-out 3-dimensional plant sling,
Perfect for the impatient DIYer! You will learn how to pattern transfer and cut leather to make this simple macrame effect leather planter.
- Duration 2 hours
- Learn cutting technique
- Punch holes into leather
- Wet form leather (adding shape and form to leather)
- Add leather string
- Complete leather plant cover
- Leather reclaimed from local leather merchants