High Heel Tutorial I.

if you don’t mind…

It is a bit too many pics, so I just insert a gallery here – forgive me for that, but WordPress is not too friendly, if you want to post long tutorials, and I just don’t have long hours for this post. I believe you will understand it anyway.

In my courses I teach beginners (I mean who have never touched anything which is a bit more serious tool than a fork) in 3 days to make these shoes – so it is not that complicated.

11 thoughts on “High Heel Tutorial I.”

  1. Thank you for this!

    I have my notes, but it always helps when you have something to look at to remember what to do.

    1. hi
      your site has helped me in building my shoe making career, thanks so much. i will like to know the type of glue i can use for my high heel ladies sole.
      also i am interested your Pilgrim Heel Press & Top Lift Puller, how can i buy it? and how much is it?

      thanks
      Henry from Nigeria

  2. Wonderful pic-tutorial…just wondering if Texon board is better for making high heels than leather insole, since it was used here. Thank you, for sharing your
    knowledge & skill.

    Best wishes

  3. hi
    your site has helped me in building my shoe making career, thanks so much. i will like to know the type of glue i can use for my high heel ladies sole.
    also i am interested your Pilgrim Heel Press & Top Lift Puller, how can i buy it? and how much is it?

    thanks
    Henry from Nigeria

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