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Ima Sewandsew
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Date: 9/11/11 10:38 PM

Oh please- do tell! Did I not see a post SOMEWHERE wherein someone made their own SHOES??? Please- can anyone direct me to that place? I am so excited i won't be able to sleep. I' new to the site- LOVE IT! But what brought me in was a thread about shoes. Now I am hooked. What a great place.
Anyway.... SHOES, lease???
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In reply to Ima Sewandsew

Date: 9/12/11 7:56 AM

LOL! I don't know what thread you are talking about but I think it has something to do with SHOES? I LOVE your enthusiasm! Welcome to PR!

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In reply to Ima Sewandsew

Date: 9/12/11 8:00 AM

Well I've made some bedroom slippers...does that count?
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Date: 9/12/11 8:50 AM

If Liana is still a member, she is the one who made her own shoes. I know she has a blog, but can't remember the name.

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Date: 9/12/11 9:13 AM

If I remember correctly, Liana had an article in Threads magazine on how to recover pumps with fabric. The only review that currently comes to mind about making shoes is SewVeryTall's.

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In reply to Ima Sewandsew

Date: 9/12/11 11:38 AM

If you are going to London, Prescott and Mackay offer a course. These are some of the shoes we made.
shoe show

There is also a shoemaking course in NYC but I've never taken it.

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Date: 9/12/11 12:27 PM

Mary Wales Loomis has instructions and materials. NAYY. DH said I couldn't start this as a hobby too, BTW. I guess a sewing room and a shoe making room would be too much for him.

Also you can google shoe making and get lots of websites.
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Date: 9/12/11 2:17 PM

One thread on that is at shoemaking--not so easy to find, though, but I knew I'd seen one.

I found that the Loomis book and some others (with more of a variety, and flats, which are my usual) were in my library's system. I didn't have time to take it up but someday.

If you like slippers, this pattern is very nice. I keep meaning to write a review, as I've made regular slippers and morphed it with a Butterick historical footwear pattern for costume use.

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In reply to Sauvage

Date: 9/18/11 9:54 PM

I have the book by Mary, and she makes it look very easy.
I started to start a pair, but I have a suprisingly difficult time finding heels and soles in this modern age. Go figure, I thought you could buy anything on the world wide web. It just takes more focus and concentration than I have right now...
Really, I can't find heels and soles that I like and I can't bring myself to tear apart one of the pairs that I like.

But, I now have a pair of Brightons that I really need to let go of, and may take apart for copying.

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