DIY Espadrille Shoes Workshop
Make your own summer espadrille shoes in this amazing new workshop!
In one lovely Sunday afternoon, you'll craft a custom pair of real shoes from start to finish, featuring your choice of custom colorful fabric uppers. You won't believe how easy it is!
In this workshop you will:
- Cut, reinforce, and sew the lined fabric upper portion of the shoes on a sewing machine.
- Learn how to sew the lined fabric uppers to the woven soles with a special hand-sewing stitch.
- Pre-made woven jute soles with rubber bottoms will be provided to each student.
- Students will select their choice of cute cotton fabrics for the shoe upper.
Materials: Class fee includes all materials necessary to make a pair of espadrilles (woven soles, hand-sewing needle, interfacing, and cotton yarn) -- but does not include fabric so that students can select their choice of fabric. Fabric will be available for purchase during class with a 10% student discount.
Skill requirements: This is not a learn-to-sew class; you must have basic sewing skills and be comfortable using a sewing machine. Our Sewing 101 (or equivalent) is a prerequisite to this workshop.
IMPORTANT: Please be sure to select your shoe size above before clicking "add to cart"!
Date: select date above
Time: select time above
Location: Brooklyn Craft Company's NEW LOCATION, 165 Greenpoint Avenue (here’s where we’re located)
Cost: $85 includes materials to make one pair of espadrilles and use of our BERNINA sewing machines, but does not include fabric.
All class registrations are final; please view our policy for more information.
Meet Your Instructor
Diana Rodgers is a teaching artist living in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Since earning a BFA in apparel design from FIT, she has enjoyed a varied creative career including fashion designer, entrepreneur, and teacher. The ‘common thread’ among all these endeavors is sewing. Diana currently teaches weekly sewing classes to children and adults, covering everything from clothing to accessories to quilts. When not teaching, she creates sewn illustrations (or applique), inspired by all the things that make her feel nostalgic. You can check 'em out on Instagram @wonderthreads