Every Friday I hunt down the best free craft tutorials on a different theme and share the links in a weekly round-up. If you want to find something specific, use the search box on the top left.
This week I'm rounding up some tutorials that use leather as the star of the crafty show. I think you'll give these tutorials 5 stars.
Go on over to Chictopia to get the tutorial for how to make this leather lunch bag shared by Sylvia of LipGlossandBlack.
Matt from Wood & Faulk guest blogged over at Design Sponge and shared this very man-friendly leather lunch bag tutorial.
Another perfect gift for guys (or girls) - learn to make your own leather covered journal with this tutorial from the blog Ishi. Click the link to see the how-to.
Refashion an old top with leather lacing using this tutorial from Burda Style.
Click the link to vist the blog EF to see how to repurpose an old leather garment into this fabric lined leather clutch bag.
Learn how to make a leather cuff bracelet out of a repurposed leather belt by clicking the link to see the tutorial Vanessa Christenson, author of Make It Sew Modern shared on her blog V and Co.
Click the link to hop on over to the blog Love Aesthetics where Ivania Carpio shows you how to make this amazing leather all purpose net bag.
Michelle Cangemi shared a clever tutorial on how to make these leather flower rings on the site The Wedding Window.
Jess from the blog Time for Tea shows you how to make this statement leather fringe necklace with her fun tutorial. I don't recommend wearing this one if you want to blend in.
Melissa Esplin also shared a tutorial for a leather statement necklace on her blog, this one with a cool colour block spin.
If you're an art doll maker there are some fun leather tutorials out there for you to enjoy.
Martha Boers shared a tutorial on the site BJDCollectasy on how to make a doll size leather bag.
Also from Martha Boers, learn how to make a leather lace-up gladiator style boot for a doll with her tutorial on her blog Antique Lilac.
Another leather shoe tutorial from Martha Boers on her blog Antique Lilac, this time a simple Mary Jane styles soft leather shoe.
I think these tutorials really show how versatile leather can be and if you repurpose some old leather, it needn't be expensive.