Re: [ICG-D] Boot making
- In a message dated 2/2/05 11:23:30 AM US Mountain Standard Time,
> I'm making my first somewhat complicated con costume,I think you'd be fine with side-lacing Minnetonka boot moccassins with a bit
> and the really daunting thing about it is that it
> seems I must make the boots to get anything even
> *remotely* similar to what she's wearing in the images
> of her. I would sincerely appreciate any advise you
> could give me or resources you could point me to.
of faux fur banded around the top. These can be found at most western stores.
If you want to do the stones from the second picture, you could make the
support harnesses from vinyl or by molding a polymer, then wrap them around your
boots without stitching.
For more moccassin patterns, try www.yatahai.com Sparrowhawk has designed
quite a few variations. I carry her Keltoi moc pattern on my renfair table.
For some other mocca
- Molly --
You're welcome. We love questions and there's no such thing as a "pestering" novice!
----- Original Message -----
From: Molly Glenn<mailto:svengala_silvereye@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2005 1:38 PM
Subject: [ICG-D] Boot Making Help -- Thanks
I just want to thank everyone for your advise. I
don't know why, but it seemed like everything I was
finding myself was front laced You have all been very
helpful and encouraging.
I will send a link when I am done and have pictures.
who is trying hard not to be a pestering novice.
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