Make a Leather Mask

Saturday 2 December, 2017
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Suitable for: All levels / from age 12

Price: £19/£15 conc.

Learn the wet moulding technique to create a unique, durable – and comfortable to wear – mask out of veg tan leather for your event, costume, or simply decoration.

In this course, you will be guided step by step through the design, creation, and decoration of a leather mask that is virtually indestructible and fitted to your features for a comfortable wear.

In this deliberately small class, the experienced instructor will have ample time to help you bring your idea and design to paper, and ultimately to life.

There are practically no limits to what you can express in this material, and it is a suitable project for absolute beginners as well as people with plenty of experience in crafting and creating.

“I loved making a leather mask with Dani! I didn’t even know you could do that with leather!
She was very patient and generous with her time. She taught us how to make these really cool masks in a design we came up with.
Definitely recommend her to help you with leather mask making!!”

— Michelle, workshop participant 2014

“I had no experience at all of working with leather before trying this. Dani was very knowledgeable, enthusiastic and helpful right the way through, and we all ended up with very dramatic masks.”
— Graham, workshop participant 2014

All basic materials and a range of decorating options are provided, but please also bring any objects or materials you would like to incorporate. Get in touch to discuss your options.

You will take home a fully personalised and unique mask for your next costume event, or simply as decoration for your home – as well as the memory of a fun and satisfying creation process.

Price: £19/£15 conc.
Booking: https://tinyurl.com/kitwit-masks

Get in touch with any questions at kitwit.studio@gmail.com

5 places per workshop. Please make sure you book through the link above to secure your space.

See you there!

Location

Room G8 - kitwit studio
Ground Floor
St. Margaret’s House, 151 London Road

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