Sewing Pattern Boots--------- Lace Boots made from---------- TRIM ----yes TRIM--------Boots for the Sun and Street

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THIS IS FOR PATTERN ONLY NOT THE FINISHED PRODUCT

One of my hottest boot designs!! This is NOT a crochet pattern or a KNIT pattern.

This is a SEWING PATTERN to make these amazing boots.....from lace trim!!!

You can use any width trim you want, 1 inch, 2 inch, 3 inch, etc. I used 6 inch beige cotton crocheted trim for mine. Use any color you want....or mix colors and you can even mix widths of lace for a truly unique boot!

If you dont want to use trim, you can use any fabric you want instead....all over lace, sheer, mesh...cotton....the possibilities are endless!

These boots have a "shoe base" (which is sewn) so they fit like a glove to your foot. The also have a rubber/foam sole that is optional so that you can wear these outdoors. The sole materials are easy to find and inexpensive. Sizes include womens 5-6, 7-8, and 9-10.



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thank you so much!
Sep 6, 2012 by A fellow maker
great and fast...i love it....thank you!!!!!!! my mum ordered the first pair....
Aug 8, 2012 by A fellow maker
Thank you!!!
Mar 9, 2012 by A fellow maker
thankyou!
Jan 21, 2012 by A fellow maker
Thank you for the perfect transaction --Love the pattern!
Nov 9, 2011 by A fellow maker

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