Surplus Leather Card Holder WorkshopRegular price £55.00
Join maker and sustainable leatherworker Angie Johnston for a festive edition of our Leather Card Holder workshop, at our sustainable design shop in West London.
In this 1.5 hour workshop, you will work with fine quality rescued leather to create a simple, stylish leather card holder, using traditional leatherwork techniques.
These card holders make great planet positive Christmas gifts for friends and loved ones, and you will learn practical skills that you can replicate over and over again.
We will provide mince pies, mulled wine and plenty of Christmas cheer.
Date: Tuesday 7th December 7- 8:30pm
Please arrive at our workshop promptly for a 7pm start.
This course is open to anyone aged 19 or over.
Goldfinger Academy craft courses are led by talented local makers who are passionate about crafting sustainably. You can find their work on sale in our sustainable design shop. Working for the good of both people and planet, we offer free community spaces to those on low income wages. Find out more about our impact here.
Free community spaces
In order to make our workshops accessible to the local community, we offer free spaces to residents facing financial hardship. Spaces will be offered on a first-come-first served basis to participants earning under £19,000.
You can register for a free space by completing this application form and we will be back in touch to update you on your booking status.
About the maker
Angie Johnston is a designer and maker based in Bermondsey and is the founder of apron and accessories brand Throw Me Down. In her final year of her BA in Fashion Design and Development at London College of Fashion she focussed on working with low impact and sustainable fabrics - something which she has continued to work with and carried through to her business. Creator of our Organic Linen Apron, Angie is also a self-taught leather worker. She incorporates leather deatils into her apron designs as well as making custom leather accessories from her South East London studio.