Becoming a Leather Goods Maker
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Becoming a Leather Goods Maker

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Fabricates and repairs leather articles such as wallets, cases, harnesses and saddlery.
Training time - No data available -
Average pay $40,167
Employment prospects Poor
Employment size 100

What does a Leather Goods Maker do?

  • cutting and preparing canvas, leather and sailcloth to design specifications, patterns and drawings
  • sewing, gluing and riveting sections of canvas together to make articles such as awnings, tents, tarpaulins and horse rugs
  • attaching grommets, fastenings and other fittings to canvas goods
  • joining parts of leather articles using rivets, hand sewing, sewing machines, tools and adhesive
  • restoring and repairing leather articles
  • fabricating sails
  • designing patterns and prototypes of boots and shoes
  • making and grading patterns using manual and computerised methods
  • clicking synthetics, corrected grains, leather linings and leather outers by hand and machine


  • Saddler

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