March 15, 2024 at the Westlock ATA Location
Simple, but not easy to produce. Rawhide is useful for Clothing, Shoes, Containers, Glue, Musical Instruments etc. Endless practical uses for Rawhide.
Working rawhide gives us a unique view into the world of our ancestors and strengthens our connection to our own natural resources.
This one-day hands on workshop will guide you through each step in creating a Deer, Elk or Moose rawhide, that can be used in traditional crafts, tanned into leather, or stored for later use.
Simple, but not easy to produce, compared to tanned leather.
Rawhide is a firmer medium to work with making it ideal for use in making lashing, parfleches, drums and more.
Rawhide can be found in clothing, shoes, containers, glue, musical instruments etc.
Time and patience!
This is a 1 day workshop.
VARIOUS INSTRUCTORS TEACH THIS WORKSHOP
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