Hello all! After a very strong beginning to 2016 of consistent blogging, we sort of … stopped. The hiatus wasn’t intentional, but these things happen sometimes. We are on a mission to fix it! And to start things off, I’d
Maybe you think dyeing suede is pretty hard to do. After all, suede is a very delicate type of leather and how can you possible dye it without ruining its lovely soft nap?
As with all other shoe painting and recoloring,
So maybe we haven’t done exactly 10,000 shoes… but Destiny and I are pretty excited today – it is Sassy Feet’s 10th anniversary
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
It wasn’t a sophisticated Frenchman, an outrageous Englishwoman, or a sexy Italian shoe designer who brought sky-high, crazily decorated wooden platforms to America’s glam rock crowd in the 1970s. It was a
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.
Whenever Margot and I get emails asking advice or expressing interest in our craft, we always conclude our correspondence with, “Please send us before and after shots. We LOVE getting emails with photos of your creations!” When we say this,
We hit the jackpot in Altered Couture magazine this month with a great book review by their editor, Cynthia Levens, and three how-to articles that I wrote. (They also have three more of our articles in hand, so Destiny and
I love shoe designs that are a little bit in your face. So when I saw these leather “barbed wire” Milo sandals by Gio Diev last summer, I was intrigued. Then serendipity took me to Fire Mountain Gems, a jewelry-supply
If you’re a veteran blog reader, you already know that in our dynamic duo I’m the one who “paints things that look
look like things” (Margot’s words, not mine). You also already know that I have a love/hate relationship with making