Espadrille Sandal Making Workshop
Join us for our brand new class for Spring where you can make a pair of classic Spanish style espadrille sandals. You will learn how to cut the pieces and hand stitch to your traditional jute sole.
Did you know? The term espadrille comes from the Catalan word ‘espardenya’ meaning esparto grass - an indigenous southern European plant used in the making of espadrilles. The plant is traditionally used in the making of ropes and baskets as well as providing the material for the iconic sole of the espadrille. It is a coarse and wiry plant, and therefore perfect for the sole of a light and practical shoe!
If you would like to commission this class as a private workshop, please contact Hetty for more details.