How We Work

Making by hand a natural leather bag is a slow and laborious process that requires several actions.

For a bag like our model Anna you need a beatiful design, hight quality leather, good manufacturing and a lot of care in every detail.

Here we review the main steps in the preparation of our bag.

Drawing

Captura 2 boceto bolso Anna de Juan-Jo

Patterns

Juan-Jo bolso piel patrones FT010

Tools

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Cutting the leather

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The main parts

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Placing a zipper

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Sewing

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Preparing the handle

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Reinforcements and lining

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Final review

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The bag

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Images of our workshop

The workshops are small and intimate worlds where coexist people, machines, materials and tools. In our atelier, where we spent a lot of time making the thing we love most, we combine the respect for the craft tradition and the passion for modern design.

Self with napa and linings.

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Pieces of fur

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Checking a new garment

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Fittings in old gold color

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Preparing a double-faced leather

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Sewing threads of all colors

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Sewing fur

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A ready bag waits for a photo in the backyard

Captura bolso Patrika


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