Shotgun Chaps Pattern Drafting

$175.00

13 in stock

Julie Baugher

WCC – Ranger 107

Thursday 08/05 1:00pm – 5:00pm

All skill levels welcome!

13 in stock

SKU: WT21SW31 Category:

Product Description

Due to the ongoing and developing protocols surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, all workshop registrations will be refunded in full automatically if the trade show has to be cancelled.

Julie Baugher

WCC – Ranger 107

Thursday 08/05 1:00pm – 5:00pm

All skill levels welcome!

Workshop Description: This class will teach you how to draft a pattern for Shotgun Chaps for an individual person. This method, once understood is so simple, easy and fast it will only take you 5-10 minutes per pattern once you get the hang of it! I will go over all the variables that go along with it. We will go over how to take an order for shotguns, where and how to measure correctly, how to apply those measurements and where to adjust accordingly. This base will give you the opportunity to build on your chapmaking skills and be more efficient. Note: Workshop registration fee includes your choice of 2 patterns packs – a $75 value!

Materials to bring: Cloth tape, tape measure, 6″ x 24″ quilter’s grid, pencils, eraser, and notebook.

Workshop Instructor: Julie has been doing leatherwork and building custom leather goods for 41 years. She started working with leather in her Dad’s leather shop he set up in their tack room. She attended saddlemaking school at Spokane Falls Community College with Jesse Smith in the early 80’s. Her first job was in Laramie, Wyoming building saddles at The Boardwalk for Rob Vogel. She then ran Ellensburg Saddle Company in Ellensburg, Washington with her husband. After going their separate ways, Julie opened Julie Baugher Leather Design and continued her custom work. Now, Julie Baugher Leather Design is a full time leather working school specializing in Chap Making, but also caters to any level of leather work from beginner to advanced . Julie also has a line of Chap Patterns that she has created and sells online. Her love of working with leather continues, but her heart really lies with teaching others this craft that has been so good to her.

Workshop Sponsors: Julie Baugher Leather Design and Renia USA