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A Brief Introduction To Leather
I recently took part in a course through the Canadian Bookbinding and Book Arts Guild (CBBAG).
icking the right leather
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I searched my local fabric stores for faux leather and found Jo Ann Fabrics to be my best resource.
Designer handbags are all the rage right now, with the styles changing quickly from season to season.
We’ve got inquiries sometimes, asking what type of leather we use to make our bags. Well, we only sell leather, I mean, real and original leather naturally tanned.
From a fashion perspective, pleather comes in unlimited colors, weights, and textures.
Used for a variety of goods such as shoes, belts, jackets and others, Leather can be defined as a highly durable and flexible material created by tanning of animal skin and rawhide
Artificial leather, or American leather cloth, was developed from calico and linseed oil, mixed with a dryer or pigment
Lorica: This material is made out of several different microfibers. Sidi, an Italian motorcycle company uses it a lot.
Faux leather and pleather are considerably easier to care for than real leather.
Faux Leather can look and feel as luxurious as the real thing so it deserves to be properly cared for and maintained.
Since the earliest days of man, leather has been a valued commodity, sought after for advantageous properties that nothing else could provide.
Women love handbags! They get more pleasure from buying a handbag than any other item on their shopping list.
Allergy sufferers often do better with leather sofas because leather doesn’t harbor dust mites, pet dander, and other allergens as easily as the fabric does.