I’ve attended several quilt shows this year as a vendor in our Sassy Feet booth. It’s a real pleasure to be in a room hung with gorgeous quilts and to meet some of the amazing women who make them. There
Last week I talked about working with some Steve Madden shoes. This week we’ll go to the opposite end of the spectrum and talk about the ulimate non-designer shoes: Crocs. Most people either love Crocs or hate them. (If you’re a
I love it when DIY shoe lovers email me with questions about doing shoes. Here are some excerpts from the last month or so with answers about painting shoes and gluing embellishments that may help you or give you a
I continue to be fascinated with painting and embellishing little shoulder bags. (See my earlier posts, Time on My Shoulder and Little Beauty #2.) Actually, this one didn’t start out as a shoulder bag; it had handles. But I took care of that
On Saturday I posted about redoing some Teva sandals, a project that included dotting the straps and footbed with various size polka dots.
There are lots of ways of making polka dots with paint. Some people use toothpicks for tiny dots
Before I got into doing shoes, I was a long-time lover of sewing. Still am, as a matter of fact. It's just that now my fabric stash is being used in the creation of one-of-a-kind fabric collage shoes.
Last summer I raided
In the late 1980s through the late 1990s, I studied Zen and learned how not to be so impatient with myself, others, and inanimate objects. This was really, really useful when I started applying Swarovski flatback crystals to shoes….