2 Thursdays, October 10 and 17 6-9 pm
710 Keefer St.- Maclean Park Fieldhouse
Fish skin leather is an ancient skill that was once common among ocean and freshwater communities in the Northern Hemisphere. It is a beautiful textile that can be tanned in different ways to create a strong leather for clothing, pouches, wallets, footwear and art. In this class we will use the bark tanning method resulting in soft, burgundy-toned skins. You will have an opportunity to prepare between 1-5 or more fish skins into leather depending on the speed you work.
Registration fee: $125 includes all materials