Simple Shoemaking Shop

Gallery: Footwear that can be made using patterns from How to Make Simple Shoes for Women

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Written by simpleshoemaking

February 19, 2012 at 9:45 pm

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  1. Hi there I stumbled across you, looking up about shoe making materials.
    I currently teach fashion and sewing crafts, I have been in the shoe industry myself. I went to cordwainers for a year
    to study shoe designing, while I was working in the shoe factory. I assisted the shoe designers, making up samples of sandals, slippers and shoes. For marks and Spencer’s and Pirelli. I loved it!
    Now I need to refresh, because this summer I will be teaching simple shoes designing at my local talents don’t stop there either.

    Elizabeth Brewer

    June 21, 2014 at 3:55 pm

    • greetings elizabeth, i’m so happy you are entering the word of simple shoemaking — i have three new ways of making shoes that will be in form for sharing very soon – the nomoc, the lowmoc and the fomoc. stay tuned! or if there is any way i can contribute at this point, please let me know, best wishes, sharon


      June 21, 2014 at 9:19 pm

  2. Hello Sharon.
    Thank you for getting back to me.
    I really love your simple designs, much better than some of the shoes we see around these days, that cripple your feet!😞Anyway it’s a pity you are not in the uk. Never mind at least I can keep in contact with you.
    I am just about to start a shoe designing/ sandal project, in the local college this summer where I teach.
    I would love to get tips off of you, it seems that it is much harder to get hold of shoe materials here. I have no I des why this is actually, but anyway I will just have to find an alternative solution.
    Thanks again
    Elizabeth 😊

    Elizabeth Brewer

    June 22, 2014 at 11:11 am

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