Back in September 2016, Margot and I taught a super-fun, lively DIY Shoe (and Handbag) Workshop full of exceptionally talented and enthusiastic ladies from The Fresno FiberArts Guild. (I blogged about the class on March 8.) It was two full
When some people start a new craft, they like to read and research before they consider dipping a toe in the water. Some like to amass all the tools they might possibly need before taking the plunge. And others discover
Previously we shared our excitedment about Recycled, Up-Cycled, Re-Purposed Clothing Design: A Slow Fashion Movement, a show that Sassy Feet! shoes and bags would be in at the San Jose Quilt & Textile Museum. This was a collaborative show featuring
As the semi-finals of America’s Got Talent (AGT) are getting closer, there’s one class act I need to discuss. It’s not the mind blowing mentalist Oz Perlman, the young girl, Alondra Santos, with stellar operatic vocals, the quipping magic dragon
This post is re-blogged from New Things I’ve Tried by Jill Dawson. She mixed some Sassy Feet! techniques with cool, high-tech elements to create a very cutting-edge handbag with little lights that illuminate in different patterns.
Check out her original post here:
If you’ve been a faithful reader of our blog, you know that Margot and I really love showing off pictures of wearable art projects that are sent to us by our “fans.” The pictures come from all different types of
Have you ever been sitting at home, wishing you could escape to the crystal blue shores of the Caribbean Sea? Us too.
It’s very possible one of those daydreams was the inspiration for our new Glitter It! Glaze color, Caribbean Blue.
Margot blogged a few weeks ago about “Recycled, Up Cycled, Re-Purposed Clothing, A Slow Fashion Movement,” the wearable art show that Sassy Feet! will be a part of this summer at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles. We have
Every January, Erin and I each choose a word for the year. She makes a banner of her word out of individual letters that have been letterpress-printed on small circles of card stock and hung from attractively rusted spiral wire. I
An astrologer once told me that my soul sign was Aries, which meant my soul color was red. This made sense to me because it’s a color I’ve always loved. Blue was my favorite when I was younger, then it