"Harness Making" provides a thorough grounding in the art of harness making and details the various types of driving harness, its design and manufacture. The easy-to-follow step-by-step style of the text is complemented by over 200 photographs plus line drawings and lists of sizes. Although aimed at those intending to make harness, it will also be of interest to owner-drivers wishing to learn more about this traditional and fascinating craft. The book covers: history of driving harness; tools, leather and fittings; handstitching techniques; vehicle leatherwork; driving accoutrements and clothing; measurements; and, glossary of terms and bibliography. This book is part of a series which began with "Repair Your Own Saddlery and Harness" and continued with "Bridlework". It is an essential reference work for both the student and experienced harness maker.