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Fantastic little book giving a very detailed overview of leather materials, tools and techniques, includes pattern making, embellishment etc. Details two projects.
With a background in saddlery, Charlie Trevor has been working with leather for nearly twenty years. He is proud to keep alive the traditions of the artisan craftsman and he is passionate about sustainable, ethical farming production. Charlie has won numerous awards for his work and is a leading figure in the leatherwork sector.
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