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About Carreducker

HERITAGE CRAFT - CORDWAINING
We are master cordwainers who make bespoke shoes that combine the traditions of the heritage craft of handsewn shoe making with a modern aesthetic, colour and detail. We design each pair of bespoke shoes to suit each customer's personal taste, style and of course, fit.
LEARN SHOE MAKING
We founded and run the London handsewn shoe making school, opening up opportunities for novice enthusiasts to learn this heritage craft on evening classes, our famous 12-day intensive course and one-day introductory hand lasting classes at our workshop in London's iconic Oxo Tower Wharf building. We are proud to include Maud van den Broecke (Horace Batten Bootmakers), Seiji McCarthy (Japan), Ann Marika-Verploeghchasse (Stiefelwerks NY), Jesse Moore (NY), Louis Smith, Oliver Stoppard, Tom Murphy, William Laborde, Sabina Lima, George's Shoe Repairs, and Fadairo Oluwamuyiwa (John Lobb apprentice) amongst our alumni.

Further Info

Specialised in
Handsewn shoe making (cordwaining) and shoe making training
Open to the Public?
Yes, by appointment only
Provides Course / Training
Yes
Available for Craft Fairs
Available for educational events only

Contact

Carreducker London Limited
1.20 Oxo Tower Wharf
Barge House Street
London
SE1 9PH
GB

Shoe Making Short Courses

Learn the specialist techniques of handsewn shoe making in a relaxed three-hour class. Classes run throughout the year in terms of 10 weeks on a Monday or Tuesday evening or Saturday morning and it usually takes three terms to complete a pair of shoes. The term fee is £515.