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LEATHER WORKING

WORKSHOP TITLE:

MAKE A POUCH,

MAKE A FOOTBAG -

INTRODUCTION TO LEATHER WORK


PARTICIPANTS:

AGE 10 AND UP


CAPACITY:

TEN STUDENTS


LENGTH OF WORKSHOP:

THREE HOURS


REQUIREMENTS:

STURDY WORK TABLES OR DESKS.


PROVIDED BY LOST ART:

EXPERT INSTRUCTION, LEATHER, TOOLS, BEAD FILLING, PATTERNS


FEES:

$ 400.00 AND UP.




















 

MAKE A POUCH...


Learn basic leather working skills while making a small pouch with drawstring. In these exciting workshops you will learn how to: follow a pattern, punch holes, cut and lace leather - and more. These techniques are easy and fun to learn and can be used for all sorts of leather projects.


Discussion includes: where leather comes from, how it is processed, kinds of leather -



OR FOOTBAG*


a two-inch diameter soft bean-bag used in kicking games. Learn fascinating footbag facts such as: history, types of games and similar sports from other cultures.


Basic footbag rules and kicking techniques will be covered, so you can start playing right away!


AMAZE your friends with your incredible kicking skills and IMPRESS them when you explain how you made your own footbag!


*Footbag, commonly known as Hacky Sack, (a trademark of Whamo!) is a diverse sport which includes competitive and non-competitive games for individuals and teams. All games involve propelling a small ball using only the feet. Players may stand in a circle and pass the footbag back and forth, or compete in teams, kicking the footbag over a net, using rules and strategies similar to volleyball.