New Knoxville, OH USA
"Education, Entertainment & Fellowship"
Especially those who've joined in the past year or 2.
Many members use the e-mail (question & answer) forum to "learn" their leathercraft.
You should make it a habit to visit the group's site itself. There are many photo albums, AND lesson plans, plus the Files and other listings will help you advance your craft.
Leathercraft is JUST LIKE playing the guitar (or any musical instrument.)
You gotta do it EVERY day to progress. And practice requires "copying" work by those who came before you. F.O. Baird, then Ken Griffin, then Al Stohlman, now George Hurst, Jim Linnell, and Tony Laier are the "pros" that inspire. Then add style. Dang, where to go?