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Leather Types

Leather is a natural product as such can have some imperfections this is what gives each piece a natural look.

CountrySoft 4 Craft:

Genuine pull-up leather which has a distressed look with a silky soft feel. Ideal for journals notebooks, traveller's notebooks and many other craft products. This is our most popular line with over 14 colours to choose for.
Thickness is 1.8-2.mm
 
ColourBox 4 Craft:

The leather has a soft and supple feel. There are 14 beautiful colours in the colourbox collection.
This leather is ideal for bags, wallets, purses, clothing, upholstery, repairs and various craft projects.
Thickness: 1.3/1.5 mm
Suede 4 Craft:

This is beautiful suede leather which can be used for repairs and various craft projects. Including patchwork clothing, wallets, bags, purses, bookmarks and creative embroidery.
Thickness: 1.2/1.5 mm
Nubuck 4 Craft:

Cowhide Nubuck Leather in 5 beautiful colours: Cherry-Red, Cloud, Colbolt-Blue, Purple, Stone.
With a soft silky feel. Aniline dyed leather which has been lightly abraded on the grain surface to create a velvety finish or nap. In some cases the grain pattern is still visible. The nap is very fine because of the tight fibre structure in the grain layer.
It can be used for repairs and various craft projects:
Including Journals, ipad & Kindle covers wallets, bags, purses.
 
Aniline leather

is the most natural looking leather with the unique surface characteristics of the hide remaining visible. Aniline leather is coloured only with dye and not with a surface coating of polymer and pigment.>

Pigmented Leather  

The durability is provided by a polymer surface coating which contains pigments. This has a flat surface showing no natural grain

Corrected grain pigmented leather

The grain surface is abraded to remove imperfections before the surface coating is applied. A decorative grain pattern is then embossed into the surface

Pull-up leather (also known as waxy or oily pull-up)

With a natural appearance which lightens in colour when stretched during wear to produce a unique worn-in effect with time.

Suede

A split which has been abraded to create a distinctive nap. The nap can vary in appearance but is not as fine as the nap on nubuck because of the looser fibre structure

Vegetable-tanned leather

is tanned using tannis and other ingredients found in different vegetable matter, such as tree bark prepared in bark mills, wood, leaves, fruits and roots and other similar sources.