2021 LEATHER CLASS LIST

LEATHER TOOLING FOR BEGINNERS 

(Limit 10 Students) 

$200 

Thursday April 29th 

9am-Noon, 1pm-5pm (Lunch Break Noon-1pm) 

Instructor- Joe Meling, 23 Plus- Pendleton, OR

 

Working with leather can be fun and creative with endless possibilities. Tooling (or carving) is a leatherworking skill that allows you to decorate and customize your leather projects. 

Although there are many different styles and directions someone can go with tooling, there are basic tools and fundamentals that are common among them all. 

This is a hands-on class where you will begin to learn the fundamentals of tools including the swivel knife, bevels, and shaders. Whether you have some tooling experience already or you have never touched a tool, this class is for you. Fundamentals are important at any stage of the game and the class format allows me to teach to different skill levels with lots of one-on-one time. Bring what tools you have but if you are just starting and do not have any, there will be tools for you to use during class. 

For any questions regarding this class please contact: 

Joe Meling, melingjoe@yahoo.com 360-600-6038 

DRAFTING SHOTGUN CHAPS PATTERN  

(Limit 12 Students) 

$200 

Thursday April 29th 

9am-Noon 

Instructor- Julie Baugher, JBLD Leather School- Ellensburg, WA 

This class will teach you how to draft a shotgun chap pattern. I have found this method to be very efficient. For some reason, including me, Shotguns tend to be intimidating! I have found a simple method to relieve the stress. In this class, we will go over the measurement chart, instructions on correct measuring and how to apply these measurements to create a paper pattern for you or your customer. This class will basically cover the new shotgun pattern I will be releasing soon. You will go back to your shop with enough knowledge to create a pattern for any body type. 

If you can, please bring pencils, eraser, metal tape measure, scissors, 6 x 24” quilters grid (if you have one), notepad for taking notes. Included in the class will be the paper to make your pattern, measurement chart and instructions. 

For any questions regarding this class please contact: 

Julie Baugher, jbldleatherschool@gmail.com 509-899-4556 

JUST FOR FUN LEATHER EARRINGS   

(Limit 15 Students) 

$125 

Thursday April 29th 

1pm-5pm 

Instructor- Julie Baugher, JBLD Leather School- Ellensburg, WA 

In this class, you will be able to make 4 or more pairs of leather earrings. There will be an assortment of leather to choose from, many colors and textures and all the jewelry hardware will be supplied. All the tools will be supplied to use in the class.

 

For any questions regarding this class please contact: 

Julie Baugher, jbldleatherschool@gmail.com 509-899-4556 

Crossbody Bag-Leather & Pendleton Wool    

(Limit 12 Students) 

$350 

Thursday April 29th 

9am-Noon, 1pm-5pm (Lunch Break Noon-1pm) 

Instructor- Sue Ellen Correa, The Turquoise Arrow- Echo, OR 

This is a hands-on class where you leave with a new bag! You will be cutting fringe, sewing, and punching holes. We will be using a whipstitch around the flap and a running stitch to sew in the fringe. You will also learn how to do a 4-strand braid around a cord for the strap. These skills will not only help you make this bag but will be useful in applying to lots of other projects. 

All the materials and tools needed will be provided for you in class. Everyone will use the same colors and materials. 

For any questions regarding this class please contact: 

Sue Ellen Correa, theturquoisearrow@gmail.com 541-379-6151 

Wallet Class - Leather & Pendleton Wool (To Match Crossbody Bag)     

(Limit 12 Students) 

$175 

Friday May 1st 

9am-Noon 

Instructor- Sue Ellen Correa, The Turquoise Arrow- Echo, OR 

This is a hands-on class where you leave with a new wallet! This wallet will match the crossbody made in the Thursday class, but you do not have to take both classes. You will be sewing leather to the Pendleton wool, creating card slots with dividing sewing lines, and setting a snap for closure. You will also be using a lacing chisel and running a whip stitch to construct your wallet. 

All the materials and tools needed will be provided for you in class. Everyone will use the same colors and materials.

 

For any questions regarding this class please contact: 

Sue Ellen Correa, theturquoisearrow@gmail.com 541-379-6151 

HAND LACED HEADSTALL      

(Limit 10 Students) 

$200 

Friday May 1st 

9am-Noon 

Instructor- Julie Baugher, JBLD Leather School- Ellensburg, WA 

In this class, we will lace together a one ear headstall made from A-grade, Hermann Oak leather and latigo. This headstall will have 2 buckles that lace on each cheek piece and an over strap that has the one ear laced on it. You will learn to cut, edge, and finish all the edges of the leather used. You will also punch holes, cut slots and determine the size you need. This class will include a handout so you can make another at home if you like. All tools will be supplied to use in class. 

*If you are making it for a particular horse, please measure on the pole from the corner of the mouth to the corner of the other side. 

For any questions regarding this class please contact: 

Julie Baugher, jbldleatherschool@gmail.com 509-899-4556 

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