May 17, 2022 1 min read

Make your own wall hung Leather Photo Frame

Ever wanted to make something in leather? Learn about traditional leather working skills?  

Hang your memories in style with the added personal touch of your very own photo frame! 

Under the guidance of master craftsman Conor Holden of Holden Leathergoods this “hands on” workshop is specifically designed for people with some or no previous experience (ages 15 and up).
  
The course will be fun and include cutting, preparing, scoring and assembly. All tools and materials will be provided at the workshop.
 

“Holden is a great teacher, patient and funny, and learning to make things just for a day is enormous fun.“  Sylvia ThompsonThe Irish Times 

Date: Saturday 4th of June at 2:30pm

Duration: 2hours

Price: €40

Book here

Conor Holden
Conor Holden



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