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Practical Leatherwork: Cutting, Sewing, Finishing & Repair (1ST ed.) Contributor(s): Bothe, Carsten (Author)

Practical Leatherwork: Cutting, Sewing, Finishing & Repair (1ST ed.) Contributor(s): Bothe, Carsten (Author)

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Practical Leatherwork: Cutting, Sewing, Finishing & Repair (1ST ed.)
Contributor(s): Bothe, Carsten (Author)

ISBN: 0764357441    EAN: 9780764357442
Publisher: Schiffer Craft   
US SRP: $19.99 US  
Binding: Paperback
Pub Date: May 28, 2019
Physical Info: 0.5" H x 8.9" L x 7.5" W (0.95 lbs) 112 pages
Leather is a strong and versatile material, and indispensable when you're working, hunting, or exploring outdoors. Hunter and outdoor professional Carsten Bothe offers the ultimate beginner's guide for this useful hobby. These photo-rich, step-by-step instructions prove that anyone can learn the techniques of cutting, sewing, and finishing to make, or repair, your essential leather items. You'll learn how to make a seam, to wet-form, to apply button studs and rivets, and everything else needed to master the basics. Five useful projects--good looking, and able to be put to practical use--help you put what you've learned into practice: make your own belt, dog leash, belt bag, knife sheath, and leather holster. Whether you are a hunter, reenactor, knife maker, scout, horseback rider, or bushcraft fan, or you use leather in other ways, here is your guide to a new skill.

  • Clear info and 235 photos teach the basic skills, plus 5 projects, from belt to holster
  • Learn to make, and repair, your essential leather items for outdoor pursuits
  • Perfect guide to a new skill for hunters, bushcraft fans, reenactors, knifemakers, and others

Contributor Bio: Bothe, Carsten
Carsten Bothe is an outdoor professional, a hunter, and a certified biologist, who lives and works as a freelance journalist in Lower Saxony, Germany.

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