Calf leather is a popular type of leather used in the fashion industry for its soft texture, durability, and flexibility.
During the production process, small pieces of leather, also known as leather scraps or cut-offs, are produced. These leather scraps are the residual material left over after cutting and shaping the main piece of leather. They are typically too small to be used in the manufacturing of larger leather products.
The leather scraps can still be repurposed for smaller projects such as jewelry, small accessories, or patchwork projects. Alternatively, they can be recycled into new materials such as composite leather or ground into leather dust and used for fertilizers.
So, if you are looking to create something beautiful while being mindful of the environment, these leather scraps are a great choice.