Muzen – the true retro radio

It is small yet powerful. Don’t get it wrong with its size and don’t get cheated with other counterfeited products. They might look similar but different in so many ways!!! Just click the above link to get 15% discount on the first purchase and reward yourself with this beautiful gadget!! Start hitting the link now and browse the other colours that might make you hard to choose 🙂 Continue reading Muzen – the true retro radio

Why NOT to Start Your Own Shoe Business?

Originally posted on Shoes and Craft:
This might have come as a surprise. What? Marcell Mrsan, master shoemaker, accessory professor does not suggest to start a shoe business? Well, not quite, but let me get there..  If you don’t want to be discouraged – just jump to the end, I am being supportive there! I receive tons of mails from people with great plans to start their own shoe business, pretty much convinced, that the market only waits for their products. Well, it might come as a surprise, but the market is already full with products. Cheap ones, expensive ones,… Continue reading Why NOT to Start Your Own Shoe Business?

Pattern Making Tutorial – Wingtip Derby

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Somewhere a wingtip derby take a special place in our heart, reserved for those day, when we need a little attention to our footwear. this will get that for sure. Recently I met a famous fashion designer – we have regularly some of those at the college I work for – and I have seen a Budapest shoe in his foot. Somehow it looked familiar. Shoes are just shoes for an untrained eye, but you cal tell if you had a closer contact with one. So I asked him, how does he likes his… Continue reading Pattern Making Tutorial – Wingtip Derby


Originally posted on Bag'n-telle:
‘Cabochon Rose Handbag’ This little evening handbag resembles a corsage and is carried on the wrist. It can be made up in colours and fabrications to compliment the lady’s dress. Dimensions: approximately 6 ½” in diameter X 1½” deep  [16.5 cm X 4cm ] Construction Method: Turned finish – this method may be recognized by noting the lack of machine-stitching that is visible at points of assembly on the exterior side of the bag. This is possible by placing the material, or parts, face to face, machining and turning right-side out. It is the most… Continue reading CABOCHON ROSE HANDBAG


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Dimensions: approximately 10″ high / 12″ wide / 4″ deep with a 20″ [51 cm] pivoting strap handle and zippered opening. [25.5 cm x 30.5 cm x 1 cm] Construction Method: Cut edge finish – the edges are not skived or turned over; the full thickness of the material used is retained and its edges are usually stained and polished. Keep the styling simple in design as all the construction is done by hand. Material Used: cowhide leather You will need: 1 pair of metal square loop brackets, 1” dia. [25 mm] 1 metal closed… Continue reading SADDLE-STITCHED HANDBAG


Originally posted on Bag'n-telle:
Fashion purses and bags come in all sorts of sizes and shapes. The permutations are endless, but they have one thing in common. They begin in the form of a simple geometric shape, usually a derivative of a rectangle, square, circle, or cylinder. When you manipulate this shape by slashing and spreading, then adding gussets and darts, the magic begins. There are no reasons why anyone cannot draft their own patterns to make uniquely custom bag designs. You only need to understand the various bag shapes, know how a bag is put together, and have… Continue reading CREATING BAG PATTERNS


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Three. The popular number has made its way into every aspect of the world’s creative cultures, from artists to photographers, playwrights to authors, inventors to designers; — all use the Rule of Three. When thinking of concepts for new bag styles, the solution can often lie in the simple adherence to this rule and shifting things around accordingly. The basic idea of the rule is details and objects that appear in odd numbers are more appealing, memorable, and effective than even-numbered pairings. While it is easier to create symmetry by balancing elements in twos, this… Continue reading THE RULE OF THREE

How do I save my picture from Instagra

This is just a short tip on how to download pictures from Instagram. There are various ways to do but this the simplest one that I always do on my PC/laptop. 1 ) First of all find the picture that we like in Instagram. 2) Right click and select View Page Source 3) A new page source will be opening in a new tab. Press Ctrl+F and type jp (to search instantly for jpg file) as below and try to search the meta data that has og as shown: 4) Once the image location has been mapped, just copy the … Continue reading How do I save my picture from Instagra