By Bruce Grant
For more than forty years, Leather Braiding has been the definitive book in its field. Grant's clearly written guide to the art of leather braiding contains detailed illustrations, step-by-step instructions, and a wealth of incidental, fascinating information.
It makes accessible, even to the novice, serviceable and recreational uses of leather, from the simple but clever braided button to the elaborate results of thong appliqué.
Included is a historical perspective of leather and its function in society, a chapter on leather braiding tools, and a glossary of terms.
Cornell Maritime Press, reissue edition 1997, softcover, 5.75 x 8.75 inches, 192 pages.