VICTORIA'S METALLIC COURT SHOES

VICTORIA'S METALLIC COURT SHOES

Victoria, studio manager at I Can Make Shoes and I Can Make Bags, made these gorgeous metallic court shoes to wear as a wedding guest. Here's how they turned out:

To make these shoes, Victoria drew her own custom pattern onto the last. We teach you how to make your own patterns in the Online Course. She then used this pattern to cut out her uppers and linings. She then stitched together her uppers and linings and begun the lasting process.
She then used a cork sheet to create a flat surface to attach the resin soling. She then glued up the surface, ready to attach the sole.
Victoria then also created an insock pattern and cut out her insocks to go inside the shoes. 
You can watch the making process in our video below:

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If you are wanting to dive a little deeper into the world of home shoemaking, my online Footwear Masterclass is one of the most popular shoemaking courses in the world!! 🌍 (Casual brag! lol)
The course covers how to make shoes from scratch including heels, flats, boots, sneakers, sandals, and more. The thing that really sets this course apart from others is that it's specifically designed for total beginners and requires very little in the way of tools & equipment, there's even a bonus module on how to start your own shoe brand. To make getting started even easier, the course comes with a FREE Shoemaking Starter Kit, delivered to your door, anywhere in the world! 🌍
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Happy Shoemaking, Amanda xx

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