Category Archives for "Shoemaking Blog"

How to know what type of shoes will suit you perfectly

How to know what type of shoes will suit you perfectly

Every woman wants to look great, unique and beautiful from head to toes. We spend a lot of time choosing the clothes that we want to wear, just because we know exactly what will look good on us and what will not.  Shoes are picked as accessories, something that matches the color of a dress, looks […]

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  • July 7, 2014

Find the right shoemaking lesson

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This week I updated the website and made some changes to enhance your experience on the website and make it easier to navigate to lessons and other resources.  Part of already made solutions was suggested by members of this site. This is super important for me and for you as well. I don’t see or […]

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  • June 20, 2014

How to fix loose sides of your shoes upper

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 Shoe making solutionHere is another blog post as promised, that will deal with a problem that you stumbled upon in your shoe making work. Today we will deal with one of the most asked questions, How to fix the loose and floppy sides of your upper. I answered this question privately for a few times […]

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  • May 20, 2014

Solutions: Lasting allowance and design modification

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In last week post I shared  with you one creative solution that I had done, due to the absence of a good and quality leather, back in a days when I just got started. You can read all about it here ” Creating solutions when you lack of good materials” . Also I asked you […]

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  • May 15, 2014

Creating solutions when you lack of good materials

Creating solutions when you lack of good materials

What are you struggling with right now? What makes your process of making shoes difficult? I know there are things that I myself struggle with and I know you do too. This week I sent an email to members of my footwear design course asking for a feedback, and I received many replies, questions, ideas […]

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  • May 10, 2014
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