Nestled in a small shophouse in Sathorn, this leather workshop offers courses for all skill levels.
ABOUT: Nestled in a small shophouse down in Sathorn Soi 1, Craftsmangus is a leather workshop run by Suphat “Gus” Jansubbakich. With experience running his own leather brand, Baaah, Gus teams up with his friend Samart “Khing” Petchsom to offer a range of courses focused on making men’s and women’s leather accessories, including bags and mobile cases.
CLASSES: There are a range of classes for beginners, with no basic skills needed. We recommend the light course, a two-day workshop that guides you step by step (B4,555/person, Sat-Sun from noon- 6pm). And if after that you’re serious, apply for one of the full classes, Bold 1 (hand sewing, B7,955/6 days, 11am-3pm) and Bold 2 (sewing machine, B4,555/6 days, 3-7pm), which cover everything up to your final piece. Students can choose to do it either from Mon-Tue or Sat-Sun. Other non-regular classes, like basic leather carving and leather painting, are also available, just check their Facebook page. The schedule is quite flexible but best to call 087-089-6969 and talk directly with the owner.