Leather Cuff with Flowers: click to enlarge

Leather Cuff with Flowers

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Leather Cuff with Flowers

Julie Pierce

Friday, May 18, 1 pm - 5 pm

W158, Sheridan Community College

Skill Level: Beginner

Leather curious fashionista? This workshop is for you! Julie will teach you how to make a leather cuff with realistic leather flowers, suitable for the next time you’re invited to a royal wedding! Supplies donated by Springfield Leather Co., Leather Machine Co., Inc. and Renia USA.

Materials to Bring: 45mm rotary cutter, straight edge (24” minimum), cutting mat (24” x 36” minimum size).

Julie Pierce has been sewing by hand for as long as she can remember and on a machine since a 1970 home economics class. In the years since, Julie has made everything from bridal gowns to rodeo royalty wear. Julie first began making leather clothing in 2009, when she completed a leather jacket to wear at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. Currently, Julie operates JJ Pierce Co. in Lewiston, Idaho, making bespoke leather garments.