For instance, the baker can now exchange his saved bread for a pair of shoes with a shoemaker .
When everything settled down, we showed the drawings of the shoes to the shoemaker .
It had two butchers, two coopers, two weavers, a shoemaker , blacksmith, a cornmill, a pound, a lime kiln and, of course, a pub.
The German shoemaker began selling sneakers with three stripes along the side more than 50 years ago, and expanded into clothing around 1967.
I just picked up my new sandals from the shoemaker (a little hut by the side of the road, with two men busily hammering and sewing and glueing).
The balls were probably made by a souter (a shoemaker or cobbler), whose stitching skills were essential to producing a good ball.
Note that credit here is the transfer of ‘real stuff,’ i.e., eight saved loaves of bread from the baker to the shoemaker in exchange for a future pair of shoes.
Every shoemaker will tell you why their shoes are the best for everybody but of course that's all marketing hype.
He was the second oldest of nine children born to John and Mary Ann Quinn, a shoemaker and a talented dressmaker respectively.
Also, dancers with mismatched feet can - and often do - fine-tune the size of each shoe with a special order to their shoemaker .