In this Project Video, I show you how to make an item that we have made in our shop for many years. This Leather Wine Rack is easy to make and sells well. The unique design is a great way to display your favorite wine bottles in your home.
The video walks you through my entire process for making one of these and the leather that I use. You can make these out of any leather that you have. I prefer to make the body out of 4/6 oz chap leather and the tooled pieces out of 6/7 oz or 9/10 oz veg tanned leather.
Are you interested in making one of these? Then Click Here to purchase a complete DIGITAL Pattern Pack for this project. The pack includes all the measurements that you need to create your pattern for the main body of the wine rack, as well as 8 different floral tooling patterns for the tooled panels.
ALL OF OUR PATTERNS ARE INSTANT DOWNLOADS THAT YOU PRINT OUT ON YOUR OWN PRINTER (use the “actual size” printer settings). WE DO NOT MAIL THESE TO YOU.
Here are some useful links for getting supplies and some helpful videos I mentioned in the video:
https://makersleathersupply.com/ Great folks that can help you with all of your supply and leather needs.
https://lewisleathersales.com/ Suppliers of fine chap leathers and exotics
https://www.leathermachineco.com/ Best sewing machines on the market!
I was going to put a link to my favorite wine, but I am only sponsored by Boxed Wine companies… Just kidding.
SIDE NOTE: Project videos take me a few weeks to create plus creating the pattern packs. I had this video started back in last part of March and the workshop just kept me too busy to be able to get it out until now. With that being said, Corter Leather posted a similar project on their Instagram/Youtube a few weeks ago. I contacted them because my project was very similar and I didn’t want to cause any problems. We laughed at the coincidence of us both working on same type of project at the same time. I haven’t ever met them but I follow their work and they seem like really cool folks. So if you want to see their version of this project then Click Here.
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