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Leatherwork: Manual of Techniques [Hardcover]

Geoffrey West


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25 May 1998
An introduction to the techniques of leatherworking. It discusses: the selection of tools; techniques from cutting, bevelling and burnishing to handstitching, carving, stamping and thonging; and tips on common pitfalls. There are a variety of projects to try.


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Freelance journalist/writer, living in Surrey, England, educated at Dulwich College. Journalism encompasses building and DIY, crafts, and is now predominantly travel writing. Author of five nonfiction titles (Crowood Press), and two fiction titles, which are crime thrillers in the JACK LOCKWOOD MYSTERY SERIES, published with Kindle Direct Publishing ('Rock'n'Roll Suicide' and 'Doppelganger'). Shortlisted for a previous novel ('Deadly Contact') in the Crime Writers' Association Debut Dagger competition. Writes two regular blogs, one of which hosts short stories, and entitled THE JACK LOCKWOOD DIARIES, featuring the protagonist in his novels. www.geoffreydavidwest.com

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2.0 out of 5 stars Leatherwork, A Manual for Techniques 28 Sep 2003
By E. Moreno Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
I have to admit, upon receiving the book and spending about an hour with it, I was pretty disappointed. At the high retail price, and it also being a hardbound book, I expected it to be a good reference book to be displayed on my bookshelf. But that was not the case. It had some good chapters (Tools & Materials, Pattern-Making & Design, Hand-Stitching & Skiving, Carving, Stamping, etc...), but didn't really cover any of the topics in detail. As a matter of fact, there were not too many pictures to help illustrate the points - so the readers are completely reliant on understanding the writers thoughts as he tries to EXPLAIN the techniques. (A big "no-no" in my book)! And on top of that, the writer seems to be British, so all the "Useful Addresses" for suppliers and tools are useless to us in the good ole USA. The only reason I did not go all the way down to "ONE STAR, was because I did get a few good points from the book. In my honest opinion, invest in the Al Stohlman books. They are profusley ILLUSTRATED, hit the topics in great detail, and show the American readers great photographs of his personal projects to show us how it's PROPERLY done. (If we're going to learn, let's learn from "THE" master)!! So to end, the book was a big "Two Thumbs Down"!!
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Information 5 Jan 2013
By Joyce Summers - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
This is a good source of information on working with leather. A good addition to one's leather working info library.
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