In a nutshell

Where is it?
The experience will take place at the home workshop of the Heritage Craft Courses Company near Ripon.

Length of experience
This is a 1 day course. Approximate running time of 10am - 4pm each day.

What you need to know
Please wear sensible clothes and steel toe cap boots or strong leather boots.

If you wish to protect your clothing please bring a suitable apron. As we use a stitching pony we advise wearing trousers rather than a skirt or kilt.

Tea & Coffee will be provided. Please bring your own lunch and any soft drinks / snacks you require.

How much will it cost?
The Leather Workshop costs £175. All tuition and materials are included.

How to redeeem your voucher
Your e-voucher or gift box voucher will have a contact name and information about booking your experience. If you have any questions before booking please call 0800 772 0825.

The small print
Vouchers are valid for one year from date of purchase.

Leather Workshop


This a heritage craft course perfect for those wanting to spend time learning useful new skills and techniques that have been used throughout the ages.  Spend a day in the workshop learning to make a leather bag, a knife or axe sheath or leather water bottle.

The skills you learn will depend on the final product you choose to make but could include basic techniques such as cutting out from a template, the traditional method of sewing leather -saddlemaker’s stitch or wet molding and waterproofing.

The day will be fun and informative.

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Please select a delivery method. You can send a PDF e-voucher by email to any email address (either the recipient's or your own for printing and forwarding) for free or send our Uniquely Local Gift Box (£3.50 extra) by post. If you would like the gift box addressed to someone other than the recipient please put the correct name in the voucher postage address field.


Leather Workshop

The ‘Leather Workshop’ is run by Heritage Craft Courses, a company dedicated to heritage craft courses such as stick making, bushcraft and the associated skills such as knife making & English longbow making.

Their ethos is to promote ancient and modern skills in a lively, informative and enjoyable way in order to keep these traditional and ancient techniques alive. To provide informative experiences which the whole family can take part in and teach invaluable skills which could one day prove useful.

Heritage Craft Courses also offer a Damascus Steel Kitchen Knife Making Course and a Rustic Knife Making Course.