I had a fantastic Costume College with so many of you, and in many of the conversations, I was encouraged, nay, required to do at least a little bit of blog posting on my LJ account which has lain dormant for some time. So, going forward, in order to keep you in the loop, at a minimum I'll be cross posting my shoemaking blog posts here for your reference and enjoyment.
Most recently, I’ve decided that I will be taking a limited number of commissions on medieval turn shoes and renaissance welted shoes. I did some publicity at Costume College where I was sitting out and demonstrating the final stages of a pair of heels. I’ve made some literature available here, so please feel free to get in touch if you’d like to get some more information. Additionally, I currently have one pair of off-the-peg shoes available. These are 1600s shoes, similar to those in Lesson 8 on the blog, size 8.5 M/W, although a 9 might be able to fit. Again, do feel free to get in contact with me if you're interested in these or any other commission work.