How to Craft and Weave Purses, Pouches, Wallets and More
Author: Naoko Minowa
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
All you need are strips of leather and a few simple materials and you'll be weaving gorgeous purses, pouches, bags, and wallets. Step-by-step illustrated instructions walk you through how to create each piece.
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A fun guide to leather craft offers a collection of stylish leather projects, including a cell phone bag, alligator grain cowhide handbag, a travel tote, suede hip purse, and much more. Crafters Choice.
Clutch, tote, wear or carry it, the bag is the most portable and flauntable of accessories. This book studies the modern meaning of bags, examining each of the key bag types and explaining their evolution, cultural connotations and visual language.'
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