These old shoes are not tsantsas – but they have some mistery around them. Traditionally a master was allowed to make them as a respect of his (sorry aspiring woman shoemakers, definitely his.. 🙂 ) work, showing that he is still able to make something perfect after that many years in the craft. So these… Read More
The last few days I just completly forgot to bring my camera in to the workshop, so these photos – except a few – just show the final product. My bad. But anyway – they look very special aren’t they?
Here is the one-before-the-last photo serie. I wanted to post more, but either I forgot the card in the workshop or just forgot to make photos. So – appreciate this few! 🙂 Sorry. I promise if I ever make a book (in progress!) I will make a very detailed serie. Actually… I plan to introduce… Read More
Here we go. Let’s roll – Norwegian reloaded. So, dear reader – if you are a beginner shoemaker (most probably you are), please don’t start to consider to make this, except if you have mastered a lot of things, like: stitching, spinning stitch, lasting with extra distance from feather edge, etc.. So next steps… Enjoy!
So, new year and .. as I promised new tutorials. Here is a complicated construction: the Norwegian welt. More comes soon.