Through trial and error, help from a few how-to videos, and the help from the great leather and bead suppliers, I've come a long way since my very first moccasin class in 2009. I continue to survey groups, organizations, and individuals interested in the long hours of moccasin-making classes. So if you are interested - don't delay - contact me today: [email protected].
The furthest I traveled from home was three hours away in Wichita, Kansas; I taught a small group of ladies how to make adult-hard-sole, southern-style leather moccasins. The classes were held in conjunction with the South Eastern Aglow Chapter, we made some lasting friendships and Sisters in Christ! Check out my friend, Tenna Salas's website: 4windshealingcenter.com
In the summer of 2018, I taught infant moccasins and jewelry stringing at a friend's store in Moore, the Herb Shop. That gig led me to INSTRUCT the Indian Education tutors and staff at the Moore Indian Education department. I taught them how to make Native American single-needle applique beaded post earrings. That's a mouthful! lol