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Any recommendations for workshops at Prescott?

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Adapting Floral Patterns for Your Projects Andrus TU 8 am - 12 pm $75
Advanced Hand Stitching: The Box Stitch Andrus TH 1 pm - 5 pm $75
All About Chaps! Smith TU 8 am - 5 pm $135
Antiquing, Dyeing & Finishing Park TH 9 am - 12 pm $75
Basic Hand Stitching Andrus TH 8 am - 12 pm $85
Belt Pattern Carving & Stamping Gould SA 8 am - 5 pm $150
Bindings & Turned Edges Park TU 7 pm - 10 pm $75
Braiding Personal Training - call 715-362-5393 to register Titus F 1 hr. classes $100
Burnishing Edges Demonstration Park TH 2 pm - 5 pm $75
Chap & Chink Making Klenda F 6 pm - 9:30 pm $75
Control & Refinement with the Swivel Knife Andrus TU 1 pm - 5 pm $80
Cowboy Action Gun Leather! Andre W-F 8 am - 5 pm $750
Cowboy Cuffs Smith W 8 am - 5 pm $135
Create & Inlay Beadwork into a Cuff Adair/Heizer TH 8 am - 5 pm $150
Create. Design. Do Business. Watt TH 6 pm - 9 pm $100
Creating Western Floral Designs Park TU 9 am - 5 pm $135
Cutting Leather to the Best Advantage Smith TH 6:30 pm - 9 pm $50
De-mystifying the Stitcher Andre F 6 pm - 9 pm $50
Desert Tortoise Beard W 9 am - 5 pm $135
Eagle Portrait Linnell F 8 am - 5 pm $135
Fearless Swivel Knife Use Linnell SA 1 pm - 5 pm $75
Finger Carving Demonstration Park W 7 pm - 10 pm $75
Floral Pattern Layout Gould F 8 am - 12 pm $75
Floral Stamping: Low Relief in Leather Andrus W 8 am - 5 pm $135
Ground Seat & Saddle Fit Up Gould SU 8 am - 12 pm $100
Integrated Carving Styles LaBarre F-SA 9 am - 5 pm $175
Intermediate Tooling Techniques Park W 9 am - 5 pm $135
Intro. to Leathercraft for Kids call 715-362-5393 to register Laier SA 9 am - 12 pm Free
King of the Jungle Flanagan TH-F 8 - 5 & 8 - 12 $150
Leatherwork for Veterans call 715-362-5393 to register Reynolds SU 8 am - 12 pm Free
Leatherwork Personal Training call 715-362-5393 to register Klenda SA 1 hr. each $100
Making Saddle Bags Klenda W-TH 8 am - 5 pm $320
On the Edge: The Necessary Fundamentals Zalesak TH 8 am - 5 pm $125
Pistol Caddy/Gun Rug LaBarre W-TH 9 am - 5 pm $250
Porter Style Flower Stamping Minster F 8 am - 5 pm $135
Porter’s Style for Covering Horns Minster SA 8 am - 5 pm $135
Precision Bar Grounding & Background Techniques Andre TH 6 pm - 10 pm $75
Pricing Your Work Brenner SA 8 am - 12 pm $80
Rose Notebook Cover Andre SA-SU 8 - 5 & 8 - 12 $295
Secrets of Plug Embossing Flanagan F 6 pm - 10 pm $75
Stamping Unique Geometric Designs King W 9 am - 5 pm $135
Swivel Knife Finesse Gould F 1 pm - 5 pm $75
The Elements of Western Saddle Fit Brenner SA 1 pm - 5 pm $80
The Wolf Flanagan W 1 pm - 5 pm $75
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My wife and I are attending and want to soak up as much knowledge as possible. It seems like we’ll probably have to split off and each take separate workshops to really cover some ground.

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Workshop recommendations depend on your skill level, leather working project desires, and your particular interest in design (western, floral, abstract, modern).  The tooling instructors are all good: Al Gould is good for beginners, Bob Park offers a different style than Al and is very informative,  Gordon Andrus and Rocky Minister also have unique styles but their classes are better suited for intermediate and up.  If you are interested in saddle making and heavy leather projects Smith and Klenda are good.  I would recommend taking at least one class prior to visiting the vendor booths. This offers you insight on new techniques and tools.  Then you'll have a better insight for the booths selling what you'll need, and always count on spending more than you expected.  I don't think you'll go wrong with any of the classes and instructors.

Ron

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It always conflicts but if we weren't setting up on Thursday I'd be in Paul Zalesak's class on sharpening. A basic skill universal to all leatherworking. 

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19 hours ago, bruce johnson said:

It always conflicts but if we weren't setting up on Thursday I'd be in Paul Zalesak's class on sharpening. A basic skill universal to all leatherworking. 

Maybe then I could sharpen that Dixon plough gauge you sold me ;) 

See you there Bruce!

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