We provide services to craft-based businesses, designers and students focusing on handbags, accessories, soft furnishings and fashion.
Our services are bespoke to your needs and include:
– Design development and design consultancy
– Sketching and illustrating
– Technical drawings & tech packs
– Pattern making
– Mock ups & prototypes realisation
– Small to medium productions
– Custom appliqué design and realisation
– Group classes and private tuition
We are based in South East London but all our services can also be provided remotely.
– MATERIALS WE CAN WORK WITH –
– Vegan leather (PU leather and plant-based leather such as cactus leather, cork, pineapple leather, etc)
– Most types of fabric
SUSTAINABILITY OF MATERIALS:
As part of our company values, we favour and promote sustainable materials.
If material sustainability is one of your project requirements, do not hesitate to let us know and we will advise you accordingly.
Need help finding the perfect materials? Learn more about our material sourcing service.
The London Leather Workshop is an artisan studio offering a wide range of products and services, such as leather supply, garment, accessory, soft furnishing consultancy and design, prototyping, sampling, manufacturing and learning opportunities.
We are a small team of makers and designers with about 20 years of experience in the industry who makes their personal skill set available to students, start ups and established businesses.
Through classes, one-to-one training and collaborations, we intend to promote learning, ideas and skill sharing.
The London Leather Workshop supplies light and medium weight upcycled Italian leather skins and hides, offering high quality at very competitive prices.
Our range of leather stock includes but is not limited to lambskin, nubuck, nappa, cowhide, pig suede and goat suede.
As the leathers come from end of production surpluses, they range in size from whole skins to half skins and offcuts.
We don’t stock a large quantity of leather of the same type (maximum 10 skins of each type) but instead prefer to focus on the variety of styles and colours (about 100).