Sheridan College – W 166
Wednesday 05/17 1:00 am – 5:00 pm
All skill levels welcome!
Workshop Description: Learn AND help! A charity class for the Sheridan City animal shelter! Padded straps with a neoprene inlay are essential to build traditional English riding gear. It’s also a great addition to your skill set! Take projects like dog collars, bag and guitar straps or protective sports equipment to the next level.
To explore and learn the technique, we will build a padded dog collar. You are welcome to take home the collar that you build in the workshop, or use your new knowledge to build another one at home and donate your class project to the City of Sheridan animal shelter.
Also, the instructor‘s part of the class fee will be donated to the animal shelter. So apply, learn and help our furry friends!
Materials to bring: Pencil, notebook, edger, wood burnisher, chisel, mallet, stitching awl, skiving knife, and a sewing clamp (if possible).
Workshop Instructor:Lea Wagner found her passion in leather craft early in life during her university studies in Germany and decided to follow her dream of becoming a full time leather crafter. After three years of apprenticeship at a workshop and attending a professional saddlery school, she started to create leather art and specializes in fantasy and historical costumes and custom-designed items for movie and theatre. You can find her on social media as Medusa-LeatherArt or visit www.medusa-leatherart.de.
Workshop Sponsors:Hermann Oak Leather Co., the Fiebing Co., Renia USA, and Tandy Leather
• There is a $25 administration fee for canceling a workshop.
• The cost of each workshop will be refunded minus the $25 fee.
• No refunds for workshops after Thursday, May 11, 2023.