Neolithic

Workshop Leather tanning

Date
-
Event
For Public
Organised by
Organised by
Prehistory Alive Worldwide
Country
the Netherlands

Did you ever wonder how to make buckskin? Want to try it?

In this 3 days workshop you will make a beautiful piece of leather out of a raw deer skin all by yourself!

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