WARNING ABOUT RECENT FRAUDULENT CHARGES!  THIS SITE IS COMPLETELY SAFE TO BROWSE AND ORDER FROM. Before going any further, please read this: Recently my company has been a victim of online fraud. If you have seen charges from Quietleather.com on your bank statement, I can assure you that I did NOT charge you and I do NOT have your money. A scamming company has used Quietleather.com for their name on YOUR bank statements and that is probably why you are here. I am doing my best to fix the situation as fast as I can because this is a huge problem for me and specifically my small craft business. Any information that you have for me to help right this situation, please continue to contact me. If you have any info on where you may have purchased a questionable item or service online (i.e. a typically pricey item for the low price of $4.99) That is where it has most likely started.  The "company" in question has for some reason chosen to use Quietleather.com to show up on your account to make it look like I have taken your money so they do not get caught, and I have not. So please contact your bank and try to get your money back. Again I am doing my best to file the correct reports to help move this along.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me, but you will get this same response you are reading now if you just come looking for your money that I do not have. Bill R- Quiet Leather Works

THE MAKER

I have been tinkering, building & making things with my hands pretty much my entire life. There was always something in the back of his head, telling me that I would live off of my hands and creativity. Leather just happened to be the medium that I fell into.

I started leather working in 2012 to satisfy my desire to design and create, and my interest in old world trades led me to this medium. It all started as a hobby and a walk-in closet served as my workshop. I decided to open an Etsy shop and things started selling (the Etsy shop is still open today with more novelty type goods). It eventually snowballed and after 2 years of messing around and selling my wares, I was able to leave my corporate job.

So from my closet with my Dad's old Stanley retractable blade, some scrap leather and an ice pick to poke sewing holes, I organically grew my hobby into a fully functioning leather workshop and business.

I love leather because you can make anything out of it. It is endlessly utilitarian. Working out of my workshop in the heart of Denver, Colorado, I am constantly learning and trying to improve my craft and continue making products that are not just pleasing to the eye, but useful. My products are rustic and simple and I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoy making them.

    - William

      Owner  /  Craftsman

Also, yes that is a real full blooded arctic wolf at the bottom of the page...no I am not a wolf whisperer. The photo was taken at the Colorado Wolf Sanctuary.