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Simple leather triangle cuff tutorial

 The following contains content and supplies sponsored by Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft. All ideas are my own.

Leather is one of my favorite things to sew right now. And triangles are HOT. I want to make triangles out of everything. So let’s make a triangle leather cuff, shall we? Simple tutorial coming up!

leather triangle cuff tutorial by AndreasNotebook.com

Supplies:
  1. Leather scraps. I bought this at Jo-Ann Fabric and Crafts in the store on the big rolls in the back. Just have them cut you as small of a piece as they will.
  2. Snaps. These are super simple if you buy the little set with the plastic press that helps set them. Cheap too.
  3. Thread & sewing machine or hand sewing needle suitable for leather.

simple leather triangle cuff tutorial from AndreasNotebook.com

 

Step by Step:
  1. Cut equal triangles, any size you wish. You’ll need enough to go all the way around your wrist with a bit of overlap.
  2. Use a wide zig zag stitch to sew the pieces together. Don’t overlap the pieces, just butt them right up snug to each other. Make them cozy. Make sure to back stitch at the beginning and end of each line to secure the thread.
  3. Insert snaps according to package instructions. (this is easy, don’t be afraid)

That’s it!

This post is sponsored by Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft. Jo-Ann makes spring crafting easy during National Craft Month with a $5 off $25 or more purchase coupon and a spring crafting inspiration website.

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Comments

    • says

      This is so cool Andrea! Love how you pieced them. I am also curious about where to find leather there. I barely found out that they carry leather at my Jo-Ann but only bags of scrap leather and small hides of suede. I would love a large roll. Oh yeah! :)

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