THE TANDY LEATHER CULTURE
THE TANDY LEATHER CULTURE
TO BUILD ON OUR LEGACY OF INSPIRING THE TIMELESS ART AND TRADE OF LEATHERWORKING.
Leathercrafting is, at its core, about self-expression. Our message to our customers, Make Your Mark, reflects our commitment to individuality, without judgment. We’re here to be the best leather supplier we can be, so our customers can continue to make their next creation, grow their business or pursue their passion.
We also know that we can do more to make Tandy a safe, inclusive and welcoming place for everyone, and we remain dedicated to making that happen.
Help us make Tandy a safe and welcoming place for everyone, where people can come together as a community to learn, share, teach, and uplift one another. We expect our community of employees and customers to follow our code of conduct when in our physical and digital spaces.
Treat everyone with respect and dignity regardless of race, color or ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, age, political ideology, or ability.
Keep Tandy a safe place for everyone by regulating your own behavior and helping those around you.
Use civil tones and language, patience, helpfulness, and commit acts of kindness. We proudly maintain spaces free of bullying, threats, harassment, intimidation, and hate speech.
Established in 1919, Tandy Leather would not be the same without the artistry of Al Stohlman. He was a master craftsman, gifted artist and pioneer in leathercrafting techniques. His work has influenced hundreds of thousands of leathercrafters worldwide, through the media of tool designs, patterns, instruction books and personal demonstrations.
Al and his wife Ann’s love for leather was exemplified by a willingness to give freely of his knowledge, to build leathercraft as an art form, as well as a craft, and to encourage others by his personal example. Although he is no longer with us today, his work and character will remain with us forever.
Al Stohlman left behind a long legacy of leathercraft books and leather carving patterns, many of which have been published by Tandy Leather in its catalogs and instruction books. Many of the original leather pieces used to illustrate his published books are on display, some dating back to the early 50s.
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One benefit that makes Tandy Leather special–and different than other leather providers—is our wide reach of stores located internationally from the U.S. to Australia. We recognize the importance of one-on-one in-person customer service.Find Your Local Store
We offer employment opportunities with excellent benefits at select Tandy Leather retail and wholesale stores. Apply today to join the Tandy family!Join us Today