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  1. I have a guy that's asked me to make some boots for his girlfriend. I don't make boots. I'm a wallet and bag kind of guy. He has a picture of what he wants. It appears to be a custom pair that someone else has made. Anyway, if anyone is interested in this, I'd gladly pass your name and information along to him.
  2. I was reading and watching a lot on shoe and boot making. I wanted to get into making my first pair of dress shoes or chukka boots but where I am having trouble is with the lasts. I don't know what model/style or size to get plus where to get them from. If anyone has any helpful knowledge or insights it'll be great. Neil.
  3. I've been interested in shoe making for a good while now and I finally found the spare time to make my first pair during my New Years vacation. I had a great time doing it and I really look foreword to developing the skill. One thing I noticed however was, despite the fact that I enjoy the labor and the process, my little leather patcher sewing machine was a life saver. I used it to sew the parts together on the upper portion of the shoe (relatively light leather, 5 iron I believe) and it only took me about a minute to make a seam that would have taken hours to do by hand. Unfortunately, I did not have a machine capable of sewing the thick leather used for the sole so I ended up doing all of that by hand and it took a good 2 or 3 hours. I'll include a few pictures so that you have a better idea of what I'm talking about but I'm looking for a machine that can both sew through the thick leather used for a sole and one that can sew into a corner, so to speak. The seam for the sole sits right up against the side of the shoe and the presser foot on most sewing machines is too wide to allow me to make such a close seam. I'm hoping to find something small and hand-powered (like this ) that won't cost an arm and a leg, but I'm open to other suggestions.I should mention that my ultimate goal, and the reason why I'm looking to save some time, is to do this as a business. A side project at first, of course, but I'm very interested in getting out of my office environment and making a living with my hands. I've got more pictures here, as well as a brief catalog of the process. Thanks!
  4. I have been offered a singer 29K hand machine which looks very adaptable and a woderful piece of engineering. I wonder whether this would be suitable 'all rounder' type machine for me to make the occasional pair of shoes. I am not sure the maximum thickness of leather it can sew or thread size it can handle. Thank you for your advice
  5. I am planning to get Singer 47W66 and was wondering on its capabilities on sewing leather? Does anybody in this forum have an idea about the max thickness of leather it can handle? Cant find much on the net! thank you
  6. Greetings to everybody! Here i want to show some little expirience about creating boots. This is my first shoes i ever made. I very much like older version of Merrell shoes like chameleon series, which in production no more and i thought why not to make them by myself. It was interesting job that i done. Everybody are welcome to watch result on youtube.If you have some questions, i will answer with pleasure. to be continuum......
  7. Hey everyone- I am brand new to the forum so I apologize if any part of this post doesn't adhere to community guidelines or practices. This is a long post- sorry about that. I wanted to err on the side of clarity. Please see my attached image- it should clarify as well. Here's the deal: I want to make a pair of minimal, soft but sturdy shoes fitted to my own feet for indoor wear while practicing kung fu. They'll be fairly simple, styled somewhat like a ballet soft shoe (pleating near toes- here's an image of what I'm thinking of imitating regarding pleating: ballet shoe) with an insole for cushioning made of a single piece of thick leather (or midsole? I'm not quite clear on the difference between the two but at any rate, my shoe will only have two soles- an inner one touching my foot and an outer one touching the floor) and an upper made out of one solid piece of leather. My basic plan is this: an insole made out of relatively thick and stiff leather will be cut to the shape of my foot (I'm going to call this the insole unless someone corrects me). An upper, which I would like to make out of pigskin (smooth side out), will be something of a u-shape cut out of one piece of leather (sort of like this), with the round part of the u being the toe and the ends fastening on the outside of the heel with a heavy-duty snap. This upper piece will be wrapped around the insole and attached on the bottom first with stitches on the very edge, and then contact cement for reinforcement. I will probably then shave off extra leather with a razor blade to make the shoe feel flatter underfoot- I've seen this done in a ballet shoe video and figure I can replicate it. One end of the u will wrap around the heel, and they will overlap and be fastened with a snap to enable easy removal since I want the upper to cover my whole foot, unlike a ballet shoe which has a short vamp and covers only the toes (see attached drawing). Finally, a full sole made out of either a very short-nap suede, if this is obtainable, or less-ideally, standard smooth-finish leather, will be applied to the entire bottom surface of the shoe, covering all of the pleating etc. I will probably cement this only as my understanding is that contact cement can be softened by heating when it's time for resoling and the sole can then be removed easily and replaced. I want to make an upper that will last forever and can easily be resoled when necessary. Thanks for reading that giant explanation! Here are my questions: 1. What material would be most durable for the sole? I put a piece of ebay suede on another pair of shoes and it's falling apart- fibers coming off, bare spots etc. I know dance shoes have a very short, fine suede (chrome suede?) that looks almost like a chamois and it's much more durable, but I don't know if this is widely available in leather shops. And will I be able to remove the original sole easily by heating it with a hairdryer and pulling it off? Or will that damage the rest of the shoe? 2. Is a single layer of pigskin strong and sturdy enough for the upper of the shoe? Again, I want it to be soft and flexible but not floppy, and I don't want them to stretch out so that the shoes slide around. It seems to come in a maximum of about 2oz. Should I use two layers so that one can act as a lining- or perhaps use a layer of the above chrome suede as a lining if I can find/afford it? Would having two layers rubbing against each other degrade the leather faster/should I sew them together anywhere other than the edges of the piece? I could do some sort of pattern on the top of the foot if sewing the layers together is necessary, but the less work, the better. I do need the shoe to have a certain amount of structure so that it holds shape and doesn't twist on my foot or allow me to slip sideways off the insole. I chose pigskin because it's supposed to be the most durable and breathable and is also pretty inexpensive, but if you think something else would be better please recommend. I'd rather not line with any sort of fabric because again, I want to build these once and build them well and never have to do it again unless I want to. 3. Can anyone recommend a particular type of leather I should use for the insole? Its role is to provide some minimal cushioning for my foot and some structure to make this a shoe rather than a sock, but I don't want anything hard or overly stiff because my goal is to feel the floor- so probably no tooling leather; maybe some thick cowhide? I'm not sure if it should be smooth leather or suede either- I'd like it to last forever and my impression is that the finish on smooth leather is more durable, but I don't want my (sock-covered) foot slipping around inside the shoe. Possibly I should sew a piece of chrome suede to the top surface of it (again, if I can find that stuff). 4. What's the best way to finish edges, like at the top of the shoe near the ankle? Leave them raw? Sew a seam just in from the edge? Fold over and hem like fabric? 5. Should I use artificial sinew? Something else? The shoes will be black in their entirety so of course the thread will have to match. I don't have the time or resources to get heavily into leatherworking, so I'm trying to make the simplest and most optimal shoe without all the heavy duty equipment- I'm not interested in purchasing lasts, a machine, etc. I'm hoping to get by with a new pair of sharp scissors, a few glover's needles and some tough thread. I do have a fairly large awl that might be good for punching through the insole- I don't think the thinner pigskin will require punched holes (correct me if I'm wrong). Here's a quick drawing I made to hopefully clarify what I've said above. If you've made it to the end of this post, thanks for reading and I appreciate your help!
  8. Would someone kindly point me in the right direction. For several weeks now I've been trying to come up with published techniques when using multiple Fiebings dyes (in my case on shoes and belts) separated/protected by some sort of resist or technique. I'm accustomed to using paraffin in a pottery situation to either prevent the clay from receiving any color (at all or at that moment of the process - or to protect a final step while completing colors in another section). Is there a corollary in using Fiebings' dyes? I've gotten reasonable good at blending in the dyes creating a patina, hue or amalgam I like. I am unable to discover a product or technique that will enable me to create crisp lines.
  9. Greetings to everybody! Here i want to show some little expirience about creating boots. This is my first shoes i ever made. I very much like older version of Merrell shoes like chameleon series, which in production no more and i thought why not to make them by myself. It was interesting job that i done. Everybody are welcome to watch result on youtube.If you have some questions, i will answer with pleasure.
  10. hello all- seeing the willingness of other to share has encouraged me to "show off" some things been working on. i am new to shoe making and leather working for that matter ( i am a cabinetmaker by trade). trying to come up with designs accessible to an urban client. hope you all enjoy:
  11. Does anyone know how i could print a design from my computer and somehow transfer it with a transfer paper on to a leather surface. I want to put a print on a pair of my Nike Air Force 1 gym shoes.
  12. Hi, I have not had any training in shoe making, but I have been making these (and the like) for about 3 years now and, by trial and error, they have been getting progressively better (from outright disastrous to fairly decent). It's a combination of leather, expanding foam from Smooth-on for the foot bed, and castin resin from Alumilite for the sole. I am still unhappy with my skill in forming the upper over the foot (so that it won't throw those tiny wrinkles). Any comments / tips / questions are appreciated. Thanks for looking, Mike
  13. Hello all, I have recently been working on a pair of shoes for a vegetarian friend of mine and have run into a wall when it comes to attaching the soles. I am having trouble coming up with a suitable alternative to leather for making an insole to outsole that can be welted by means of a feather. Any suggestions? Is there a way around this that anyone may have experience with such as forgoing the welt entirely and cementing the outsole directly? Is there something that may work in a similar fashion to a cut feather for sewing the welt? Thanks in advance Kenneth
  14. Hello there, this question is for any shoemakers or anyone with some input out there. I am interested in getting into bespoke shoemaking and am looking for advice, recommendations, and input from those of you with experience. I have been doing plenty of research and am still unsure what kind of sewing machine might be the best fit for me. I have been looking into walking foot machines but i would have to say that the majority of the videos and images I've seen of people actually sewing vamps and uppers on machines using a roller foot rather than a walking foot. is this better for cobbling or are these, roller feet, designed to do things specifically that walking feet are less compatible to? some other questions I wouldn't mind answered: -places I can purchase single pairs of rubber, silicone. shoe soles that I could cement to shoes I make. (I want to work with canvas shoes too) -tools: where to buy them, or how to make them. which ones are essential. -suggestions on books, videos, websites, etc. that have useful tutorials and instruction. - anything else you can suggest
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