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Shoe Making 4 Day Course
"In the right Shoes, and you can achieve Anything!" Lets make that perfect pair together in this 4 day shoe making course, where you will be making ankle boots with Pegeen. Dates April, 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th. 10-6pm
Time & Location
Time is TBD
Mankato Makerspace, 1700 3rd Ave, Mankato, MN 56001, USA
About The Event
This Course is UPON REQUEST Please contact Pegeen to schedule your Dates and Times.
In this 4 day course Pegeen will instruct students to make there own custom fit ankle boots.
This is a very exciting class where you'll get the opportunity to use the big shoe making machines along side the flat bed sewing machine. what a unique and fun experience to be making your own custom pair of boots!
$425 is for the whole course, which includes all materials to make one pair of ankle high shoe/boots.
The course will be carried out on 4 consecutive days ( please bring your own sack lunch)
Please be contact Pegeen ASAP so she will know how much material to order
Max class size 4 people.
- Cut out insoles, midsoles and welts
- Create individual molds
- Pour plaster
- Safety and machine operation
- Smooth and shape lasts
- Draw pattern pieces on lasts
- Remove individual pattern pieces
- Create final pattern pieces
- Cut pieces from leather
- Sew uppers
- Last uppers
- Glue upper to midsole with welt
- Trimming and leveling
- Remove last and insole
- Stitch upper to midsole
- Cut outsole
- Stitch outsole to welt
- Add heals
- Trim and burnish soles
To contcat Pegeen with any questions about this course or others you can reach her here:
Full name- Pegeen Rozeske
business FB page, Pegeen Rozeske Custom Leather.
Little bit more info about Pegeen: when asked about her leather career
"I have been working leather since 1989. I took classes at Tandy Leather from local staff as well as individual instruction from masters Peter Main, Rob Barr, Tony Lair, Jim Linnell and others. In 1998 I purchased the Lindale Ave. Tandy (just as they closed) and had my own leather craft store for a couple years. While operating the leather store, I taught many students in leatherwork. I also participated in the Headwaters Leather Guild. In 2003, I was laid off from my job of 19 years. The package offered to me allowed me to study boot making under Master Boot Maker DW Frommer II in Redmond, Oregon. I have been making boots by hand ever since. While I learned to sew boots on machines, I have only recently been able to purchase leather sewing machines that will reduce the time it takes to create shoes and boots without sacrificing quality. "