First, print the
dieline file that comes with your design. This file will always have DL in the
here for instructions on how to print or stitch dieline templates.)
Cut out the printed dieline and lightly spray
the back of the dieline with temporary spray adhesive. Lay
it over the front of the leather piece and smooth it out, being careful
to remove any air bubbles.
Note: For this project we are using a standard lightweight leather.
Leathers such as suede, deerskin and other
soft leathers may be damaged by the adhesive. It is best to test a small
piece of your chosen material before starting. Once you have tested your
material, cut out the
dieline shape from the leather fabric.