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Articles, especially decorative objects, made of leather.

leath′er·work′er n.
leath′er·work′ing n.
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Noun1.leatherwork - work made of leather
piece of work, work - a product produced or accomplished through the effort or activity or agency of a person or thing; "it is not regarded as one of his more memorable works"; "the symphony was hailed as an ingenious work"; "he was indebted to the pioneering work of John Dewey"; "the work of an active imagination"; "erosion is the work of wind or water over time"
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Or if you are willing to invest, Tailoring, Leatherworking will have a good return later.
Though Cuenca has been spotlighted as Ecuador's expat retirement destination of choice, the small leatherworking town of Cotacachi is stepping into that limelight.
Instruction goes well beyond putting beads on a string and incorporates skills such as leatherworking, metalsmithing, textiles and fiber arts.
Deer leather is thin, so you won't need many specialized leatherworking tools for this project.
Learn two techniques that are a perfect introduction to leatherworking: a saddle stitch and peening copper rivets.
More than 45 individuals and groups operate workshops at the complex in areas spanning ceramics, leatherworking, metalworking, performing arts, photography, product design and woodcarving.
A beadworker and leatherworker, she decided to give a workshop that involved a simple leatherworking activity for children and recognition of some land, water, and air clan animals.
His initial proposal was a book of around 100 images informed by family holidays in Ibiza, complete with a color palette and new leatherworking techniques.
Large sheets of leather have also been found in the town, perhaps used for producing clothes, indicating that the town was an important leatherworking centre possibly supporting the Roman military.
The center will teach many of the same traditional crafts--basket weaving, leatherworking, blacksmithing--he learned in Minnesota.
Chapter 2 argues that Paul refused support from those he ministered among and instead embraced subsistence living and the low social status of manual labor (leatherworking) to fulfill his vocation as Christ's free apostle to the Gentiles.