Added Oct 23, 2010
Yay, I made one more shoe sewing pattern. Because people like my last video, I will make it also for this project. I just need to edit the material and put it on YouTube.
Video is on this link:
I will talk about these shoes also on my blog, (ok I need a few days for all the plans that I have); but it will be here:
… this is so fun, I think I will slowly become a shoe designer. Yay, for me. Isn’t this the best job on the world?
So, what is so special on these shoes? They are made for my kid, as most my project is. This model is sewn with invisible stitches from the inside and from the outside (I really like this). I design this pattern with detail of three folds and that way I get a lot of space for moving little fingers. And if you have some nice buttons and you will put them on the side of the shoe … you need to get one of a kind and cute shoe, especially handmade from you for your little one. Great project; the pattern will be available on my blog and also on my Etsy and DaWanda shop.
I like this pattern so much, that I think I will make a new pattern for me too. It is a shame, that the proportions for the kids are not the same as for adult. But I really want to have at least one pair of inside shoes for myself, but don’t promise, that I wont made them also for the summer shoes. I can’t wait the next summer.
video tutorial: http://www.bludor.com/blog/?p=1516
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