The client supplied the leather for the repair this time, its a lovely soft cream hide, and smells lush.
So I go about cutting the leather to size, I use a craft knife, and a good straight edge.
I had to clamp the straight edge down, because the leather kept slipping on my mdf setting out bench.
The leather needs to be folded back on itself, so the edge is less prone to tearing.
Glue to my pencilled line.
Fold back and press.
Leave in the cauls to set over night.
I will probably finish this tomorrow morning, as I had to sand the fire surround, for the rest of the day ready for polishing on Monday. Thanks for looking.