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In this course the students will choose from a variety of colours and will learn how to make their own simple envelope leather clutch with a gold or silver sam-brown fastening. Students will also learn how to use a semi-industrial sewing machine.

The 2 hour evening bag making course includes tuition and all the materials needed to make your clutch. A range of colours and accessories will be available to choose from on the day. No experience necessary.

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What you need

Equipment: Just bring yourself! All supplies will be provided.

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Next class

Thursday 04 April at 18:00 to 20:00

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Cancellation Policy

You may cancel this booking up to 24 hours in advance.

Wheelchair Accessible

This experience is wheelchair accessible. In order to be wheelchair accessible, all of the following criteria must be met.

Please note that the host is responible for ensuring that the criteria above has been met.

Did you know?

There is an Old Icelandic tale which claims the Yule Cat will eat you if you arent lucky enough to receive new clothes on Christmas Day.

Find your way there

115 Coventry Road, London, United Kingdom

Ratings & Reviews

5 ( 2)

Leather Accessories Evening Class

Just wanted to say thanks so much for an amazing couple of days refining my skills! I cant wait to share you what I manage in the next few weeks or months.... Watch this space!

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Leather Accessories Evening Class

Loved the leather clutch making class - will be back to learn to make some leather sandals at some point for sure

Been on 1 EmptyChair workshop(s)

The Host

After studying traditional footwear in Australia, Amanda wanted to bring the shoemaking craft to the 'made at home' space. In 2010, she launched I CAN MAKE SHOES, a private shoe making school in London utilising techniques that requires no heavy machinery and has complete beginners making their own shoes from their kitchen tables in no time at all.

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