So Here You Go

I am very happy to announce that, the other day ” VIRTUAL SHOE MUSEUM” posted a blog post about “shoemaking classes online” . Very complete, great post , and it was kind of a weird for me personally , in a good sense, as a longtime follower of this website to be on it. You welcome to learn the post in the hyperlink below. My YouTube route consist more then 40 lessons and it’s easy to get lost, specially with a fresh YouTube layout.

Recently I was asked by a member to show how to make a pattern and actually to make heel cover from leather. It made me think on every one of the changes that happened since I began this blog and maybe there is a problem, specially with my long tutorials that I made and I defiantly need to take care of it. So you go here, a short ( 20 min) tutorial on “Steps to make a leather cover for a heel”. It’s in a normal speed, but there is me talking like on my classes no, maybe next time.

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