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Small-Town Shoemaker ‘Steward Of This Craft’ thechronicleherald.ca

The converted garage with a rough–hewn wooden floor and the pleasing aroma of leather has a neatly hanging array of tools with names like bone folder, pegging awl, channel knife and lasting pliers.

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Workshops www.shoeschool.com

People from as far away as Brazil, France, Italy, Japan, Hawaii, Alaska, have come to ShoeSchool Hands-on Workshops at our studio in Port Townsend, Washington.

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Welcome To Simple Shoemaking! www.simpleshoemaking.com

I believe the time is right for a multitude of small shoemaking businesses. I can help the budding shoemaker to blossom - first by teaching her or him the basics of simple shoemaking, then offering support during the development of a product, the purchase of tools and materials, and throughout the start-up time.

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You Walk Wrong nymag.com

It took 4 million years of evolution to perfect the human foot. But we’re wrecking it with every step we take.

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How To Become A Shoe Maker www.ehow.com

Over the years, manual shoe making has been replaced by mass manufacturers and actual shoe makers are rare. However, if you want to become a shoe maker, you may find workshops that teach you the basics of the trade.

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What Is A Shoe Cobbler? www.wisegeek.org

A shoe cobbler is a craftsman or woman who specializes in repairing shoes. Traditionally, these individuals also made shoes, although most modern ones focus on repair and restoration, not the manufacture of new shoes.

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