We are please to offer to our buyers excellent quality Upholstery Leather Remnants. We work with our broker to source commercial grade scraps left over from leather furniture, bags, and car upholstery manufactures. What we box up and send to you is what the commercial manufacture had left over or couldn’t use for their products. Because we are not fussy or too picky with what we will buy from our broker we end up getting these scraps at a bargain and pass the savings on to you.
Upholstery leather is mainly chromium tanned or nappa tanned lather. The tannery will correct the grain and remove imperfections by sanding and buffing the top grain of the leather. This makes the leather more consistent so that the manufacture can use more of the hide in their products. Upholstery leather on average is fairly thin and light weight, about 3-4 ounce (1.2 to 1.6 millimeters). You can expect to receive a mix of colors mainly earth tones and various weights 2-3 ounce to 4-5 ounce. You can expect to receive some large scrap that is between a square foot or two, to some medium and smaller scrap under a square foot.
This upholstery leather remnants is perfect for arts and crafts of all sorts, popular with scouts and camp fire activities. Miniaturists use upholstery leather for doll clothes, Native Americans use leather for Kachina Dolls. Another use would be for leather accessories like dice bags, stone pouches, patchwork handbags, wallets, clutch purses, any anything else you can imagine. There is a lot that you can do and use five pounds of scrap leather remnants for!
If you have any questions, we are happy to help you in anyway that we can. We have experienced Master Craftsmen available to help you with your project if you get stuck or if you just need someone to bounce some ideas off.