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Sandal Making Workshop be a Fashion Revolutionary

Fashion Revolution week 24th – 30th April 2017

Learn how to make your own sandals in this no sew workshop, all we need is your foot size. So much fun.
You will need to come armed with old T-shirts or clothing to cut up, as we are upcycling your clothes to reduce waste and join the revolution.

Have your group gathering min number of 6 people or come to one of my classes. Held at the Ormeau Community Centre. A modern centre close to motorway, walking distance shops and free parking.

Sandal Making Materials included in cost.
$65 (saving of $200)
Payment required upfront to secure spot.
As a curtesy there will be equipment for you to use and also purchase if you would like to continue at home.

Once payment has been made a starter pack with be sent out, then let the magic begin.

Date close for this workshop is Wednesday 20th April 2017.
Minimum numbers required for this workshop to go ahead.

Interested in learning to make a variety of shoes, these up and coming workshops…..

Normal Price for Sandals $265
High heels $545
Kitten heel $445
Ballet pumps $345

Our Sandal making home haze parties have been hot this year. Get a group of your besties together at home and we will make them in the comfort of your back yard or kitchen table. Prices are reduce for these visits. Minimum of 6 people and the type of sandal may be tailored to your wishes to a certain extent. Contact us for available dates and book your own.

Disclaimer we take every precaution during the workshop to ensure our clients are adhering to our very high OHS standards. A strong smelling glue is used, sharp knives and heat gun. If you have any issues with these during the workshop please advise the trainer.
The shoes you make are wearable once the glue is set. When sizing the sole / insole to your foot shape every consideration is taken. If you have pre existing foot problems it might be best you take your hand made shoes to your doctor to see if you should be wearing them. This might sound ridiculous, however through fitting and adjusting you will improve your footwear and have a better understanding of your own needs. My workshops are purely a tool for my delightful clients to learn the shoe making process, perfecting this to your needs does take time and practice.

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How to be a 2017 Fashion Revolutionary in 10 simple steps

Are you a fashion revolutionary, what is that I hear most of you say……. and while I ask you this question…….. ‘have you even heard of this movement?’ comes to my mind.

I am kind a guessing not as many people have of heard of this international movement, Fashion Revolution as I would like.

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Breast Feeding, Hand made by me

After having my daughter I went through the roller coaster ride of learning how to breast feed my new born baby. It was tough, it was my choice as my husband wanted to bottle feed her but another factor in the mix was I personally hate washing up dishes and figured if I could give my daughter breast milk it would be suitable for her and I, free milk bar with no washing up, win win.

Everyone is different, this isn’t a preach, far from it. This is my story about the aftermath of finally getting her to latch then realising the crap breast feeding pads on the market.

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The Scarf Project

For a few years I’ve been thinking about a project that I needed to tick off my sewing bucket list, scarf tops / dresses. Living in the world of fashion for over 20 years and working in Australia and London in some amazing businesses, the simplicity and beauty caught my eye. Then my universe aligned…..

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