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How To Create Half Leather Socks.

Updated on October 24, 2017
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The new Shoes's fashion is beautiful. I love it. Some shoes are difficult to make it correct for the right sizes. Half Socks is comfort.

Finished Socks.

Materials To Create The Sock

1 Piece of leather.

2 scissors.

3 Paper .

4 Pencil

5 Sewing machine.

6 Tread.

7 Pins

Intructions are simple . First, The two pieces of paper 5 by 11 is used to trace each foot. Once, the paper is trace. The picture of both feet are cut around the edges Leaving a 1/4 of an inch Paper of the edges. This will allow the extra fabric to sew them with out being so small. After, the pattern of both feet are cut. Place the patterns on top of the leather and cut four pieces of the pattern of each foot.Then, the pattern of each feet are secure with pins. Finally , the cut leather connected with the paper is cut in half. The front part of the pattern reach half of the pattern. The pattern with the paper and leather is cut in half. The half pattern has an extra 1/4 inch to sew it.

Sewing tThe Socks.

Sewing Instructions.

It is easier to sew the leather with the sewing machine if the sewing machine instructions are followed. The sewing machine has a different sewing set for various tasks. Reading the instructions of the sewing machine is important to prevent any needle's accident. It can brake during the sewing of the leather. After the sewing machine is ready with a regular strong tread. The paper on the pattern is remove. The four piece of cut leather are ready to sew. Two piece is sew To Create the one half Sock. Then, the other two piece is sew to complete a pair of socks.

Patterns For Socks.

Final Product.

After sewing the fabrics, the socks is fit it to make the fine sewing inside and around the edges. Sewing the Socks is fun. Wearing them is toes' comfort.

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      11 months ago

      Very nice thank you for sharing

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      Kashif Ali Abbas 

      12 months ago from Pakistan

      Catchy title, very informative, overall a good read


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