Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1921 POR - Leatherworker Badge


Name the different kinds of skins in order of quality which are made into leather, and state for which purpose each is used.

Describe the following processes in the preparation of leather:

a) Cleaning, bating, raising.

b) Tanning, and material used for this.

c) Currying, shamoying and tawing.

Be able to repair neatly old leather work and bring a specimen to examination.

Show a piece of work designed and executed herself, such as a bag, satchel, book-carrier, bellows, etc.

Show also a plaited thong, muff-carrier or dog leash; or strings of thongs used for tying a bag.

1924 POR - Leatherworker Badge


Name the different kinds of skins in order of quality which are made into leather, and state for which purpose each is used.

Describe the following processes in the preparation of leather:

a) Cleaning, bating, raising.

b) Tanning, and material used for this.

c) Currying, shamoying and tawing.

Be able to repair neatly old leather work and bring a specimen to examination.

Show a piece of work designed and executed herself, such as a bag, satchel, book-carrier, bellows, etc.

Show also a plaited thong, muff-carrier or dog leash; or strings of thongs used for tying a bag.

1930 POR - Leatherworker Badge


Name the different kinds of skins in order of quality which are made into leather, and state for which purpose each is used.

Have a knowledge of the skins suitable to make four of the following: a dog-leash, an attache-case, moccasins, gloves, leather lining to coats, a tooled box cover or cigarette-case.

Describe the following processes in the preparation of leather:

a) Cleaning, bating, raising.

b) Tanning, and material used for this.

c) Currying, shamoying and tawing.

Be able to repair neatly old leather work and bring a specimen to examination.

Show a piece of work designed and executed herself, such as a bag, satchel, book-carrier, bellows, etc.

Show also a plaited thong, muff-carrier or dog leash; or strings or thongs used for tying a bag.

1931 POR - Leatherworker Badge


Name the different kinds of skins in order of quality which are made into leather, and state for which purpose each is used.

Have a knowledge of the skins suitable to make four of the following: a dog-leash, an attache-case, moccasins, gloves, leather lining to coats, a tooled box cover or cigarette-case.

Describe the following processes in the preparation of leather:

a) Cleaning, bating, raising.

b) Tanning, and material used for this.

c) Currying, shamoying and tawing.

Be able to repair neatly old leather work and bring a specimen to examination.

Show a piece of work designed and executed herself, such as a bag, satchel, book-carrier, bellows, etc.

Show also a plaited thong, muff-carrier or dog leash; or strings or thongs used for tying a bag.

1932 POR - Leatherworker Badge


1) Have a general knowledge of the chief processes of tanning.

2) Name the chief kinds of skins (not more than six) which are made into leather, and know the most important qualities of each after tanning and the purposes for which each is suitable.

3) Show two pieces of work designed, constructed and executed by herself with simple appropriate decoration and thonging, selected from the following: 

Shopping-bag, fitted pochette, book-carrier, slip-on book-cover, bellows, book blotter, spectacle case.

4) Show a plaited dog-leash or plaited handles for shopping bag.

1935 POR - Leatherworker Badge


1) Have a general knowledge of the chief processes of tanning.

2) Name the chief kinds of skins (not more than six) which are made into leather, and know the most important qualities of each after tanning and the purposes for which each is suitable.

3) Show two pieces of work designed, constructed and executed by herself with simple appropriate decoration and thonging, selected from the following: 

Shopping-bag, fitted pochette, book-carrier, slip-on book-cover, bellows, book blotter, spectacle case.

4) Show a plaited dog-leash or plaited handles for shopping bag.

1938 POR - Leatherworker Badge


1) Have a general knowledge of the chief processes of tanning.

2) Name the chief kinds of skins (not more than six) which are made into leather, and know the most important qualities of each after tanning and the purposes for which each is suitable.

3) Show two pieces of work designed, constructed and executed by herself with simple appropriate decoration and thonging, selected from the following: 

Shopping-bag, fitted pochette, book-carrier, slip-on book-cover, bellows, book blotter, spectacle case, pair of gloves.

4) Show a plaited dog-leash or plaited handles for shopping bag.

1939 POR - Leatherworker Badge


1) Have a general knowledge of the chief processes of tanning.

2) Name the chief kinds of skins (not more than six) which are made into leather, and know the most important qualities of each after tanning and the purposes for which each is suitable.

3) Show two pieces of work designed, constructed and executed by herself with simple appropriate decoration and thonging, selected from the following: 

Shopping-bag, fitted pochette, book-carrier, slip-on book-cover, bellows, book blotter, spectacle case, pair of gloves.

4) Show a plaited dog-leash or plaited handles for shopping bag.

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