Course Disciplines

Guest Leathercraft provide leather work courses.Teaching all forms of leather-craft disciplines from their Bolton workshop. The medium of leather improves with age and will be a beautiful quality leather gift to hand down to family members. Here at Guest Leathercraft we work mainly with cowhide but also work with fashion leather, crocodile skin. These hides and skins product stylish and hard wearing fashion and practical items that are needed. There are many disciplines involved in leather craft like pattern cutting, hand sewing (sometimes machine), tooling, dyeing, adding buckles and clasps, hole punching. All of these are taugh on our leatherwork courses so you can create your own handcraft leather bags, leather belts, leather horse saddle, purse, phone cover, gun holster or anything else you want to learn how to make. There aren't many leather workers around and finding a quality artisan teachere with 40 years experience who has travelled the globe learning leatherwork techniques is a rare fing indeed. The most popular leather work courses cover skills such as leather bag, leather belt making, using techniques such as leather dyeing, leather carving and tooling, embossing and stamping.

Leatherworking Course

Course Fee: £150 (plus materials)

For Belt - Includes Making, dying, stamping, how to fit buckles.


Leatherworking Course

Course Fee: £200 (plus materials)

Ladies Small Bag - How to stamp designs, dye and finish.


Leatherworking Course

Course Fee: £250 (plus materials)

Designed for the accomplished artisan. High end finishing for leather craft.


Leatherworking Course

Course Fee: POA (plus materials)

Designed around you. If you have an idea of what you want to make, have a chat and ask for a price.


  • Can't believe I made my own bag. Ginger was amazing and so patient, great teacher.

    Nicola Serventi

  • Simply amazing! The day went so quick, can't wait to try this on my own.

    John Smith

  • Can't wait to come again and try to do something else. Loved every minute of the course.

    Jayne Wright