Get Started Quickly With Leatherwork
If you're reading this it's might be because you imagine what it's like to make your own cool stuff out of leather.
Just think of it... wallets, bags, all kind of accessories...
There's so much cool stuff to make
Here's what you're thinking
I know what I was thinking when I got started.
And you're probably not too much different to me.
Here are some of the questions that might be going through your mind:
- What's something creative I can do that won't break the bank?
- Do I really want to get started with leatherwork?
- What tools do I need to buy?
- How do I avoid spending too much money before I know whether I'll like it?
Let's get real
You've admired nice leather goods in shops and online
You've surfed the Pinterest boards.
You've scrolled the Instagram accounts.
Heck, you might have already done your research watching YouTube clips and buying books.
But now you're ready to take the next step... which is buying some tools and making a start.
And this brings you to a dilemma.
What Tools Are You Going To Buy?
Unless you have access to a mentor or someone who can guide you as you get started, it's hard to make the right decisions when it comes to investing in tools and other materials.
But you don't need to spend a lot of money up front to get started if you don't want to.
In fact, you might be better off buying some of the cheaper tools in the beginning as you go through the learning curve and figure out what you like.
With this short guide, you'll discover these five things
- The exact tools that I recommend people use to get started with leatherwork.
- What starter kits to look for on Amazon if you don't want to buy individual tools.
- How long it will take to make something.
- What skills and techniques you'll need to learn
- How to deal with the uncertainty of whether you'll be any good or whether it will make you happy.
Let's get started...!
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