Our commitment to help our community in regards to the COVID-19
Order delivery times
It has been such strange times for us all. Although many countries have eased the lockdown, there may be some delays on deliveries. If you experience any problem, please contact us. And thank you in advance for your patience and understanding. For more information on our processing and delivery times, please read here.
In-person Workshops & Classes
We are closely following the guidelines from the government and health authorities. We believe we can enjoy the class when we care for each other. Please read our responses to the COVID19 and prepare necessary items with you before joining our in-person classes.
- Maximum 1-2 people per class (depending on class items)
- One worktop per each person
- Hand sanitisers and cleaning facilities are available and easily accessible. We will advise you using the hand sanitisers upon your arrival.
- All workstations and tools will be sanitised before your class.
- A pair of gloves will be provided for you to wear before the start. †
- Please do bring your face coverings with you and wear it during the class.
- There will be a NHS Track & Trace QR code available for you to scan.
Our workshops will be run in the gallery hall at the Craft Central where features an exceptionally airy space with high ceiling levels. The building was originally built to make ships during the 1800s. You will be easily able to keep 2 metres distance without any trouble. All workstations will be arranged with this distance in mind.
If you want to explore more about the leathercraft, you may want to purchase a leathercraft tools additionally and practice with your tools during the class. And you can make projects after the class!
If you are ill after booking your session, please email us as soon as you could. We are happy to refund your class.
† Some tools will inevitably be shared with other participants. To minimise any unwanted possibilities, we'd like to kindly ask you wearing gloves while you are working on your project.
The gallery hall at the Craft Central The Forge
(Photography by Craft Central)