This house is one of the representations of the Edam house. To the rear of the house is a modest vegetable garden. Shoes are sewn from the inside out, and when complete, turned back, the sole also being a single layer of leather. In wet or cold weather, people wear pattens over the shoes. A patten is a type of slip-on with a wooden sole. Virtually all townspeople can afford to buy shoes, and because they wear out quickly, the shoemaker always has work. He keeps no stock, all shoes being made on order.

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