Learn how to make your very own pair of classic leather sandals. Based on the Roman sandals design with minimal fuss construction techniques, create a beautifully simple and striking pair of flat sandals. Students will learn how to take measurements of their feet, design a toe shape, design their straps, learn hand cutting techniques, and hand dying and painting processes specific to leather.
Ideal for students who are looking for an introduction to leatherwork and shoe making.
For health & safety reasons, students need to wear closed toe shoes, no thongs or sandals and long hair is to be tied back and no long necklaces or scarves worn during class.
Students will complete a pair of flat or low heeled leather sandals.
Students will work in our fabulous state-of-the-art leatherworking studio. Leather for one pair of sandals will be supplied.
Pen and paper, good pair of sharp scissors and/or Stanley knife.
Participants will be emailed an RMIT Statement of Participation upon completion.
N/APrintable course flyer