Kent group Leatherworking in Beneden at Colin Reynolds 17-01-15
This leather carving was one of many processes being used on the day.
Harry Rogers was busy making a commission, he is normally too busy helping others to have time for himself.
This handsome water wheel was begging to be used, so I did – managed to soak myself first and then refrigerate my fingers. Not the thing to use on a cold day in January.
All the usual suspects, trying their best to keep warm and dry. Most were making tool covers
Bardster was there to show us some leather plaiting – this time with eight strands. He showed us a strander earlier (circular type that starts of in the middle of the leather).