Rachel recently asked if I could come up with one for her. I agreed, but I only came up with a template. You can find the printable templates here, if that one doesn't work for you, try this link. There will not be a written set of printable instructions. I'll provide you with a brief set of instructions here below.
First of all, most of the individual pieces are labeled, this will help you know what goes where. If you are adding personalized tags you will want to hand stitch them first. I used embroidery thread. Next you will want to attach small pieces to larger pieces before constructing the shoe completely, e. g. stripes to shoe, eyelets to small white strips, Strip to the shoe (on top of the stripes) labels to tongue and insole, and tab to the back of the shoe. Once the smaller details are in place you can attach the insole to the sole, the tongue and the top of the shoe to the sole. You can see my page for reference, all of the pieces are basically the same.
Note: I did my best to recreate the shoe from this quiet book page, but I did make some tweaks. I thought that the shoe needed more sole, and that a larger curve in the instep would help it out significantly. If you put together the pieces and the stripes don't fit perfectly, or the sole is larger than you'd like, you can always trim them. So construct the shoe before attaching it to the page form. This way you will be able to modify the sole if needed.
Hopefully this template will help you as you create your next quiet book. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Don't forget to check out my other links to Quiet Book Pages on the side bar.
As with all of me templates and patterns they are for personal use only. Please do not sell items made by this template.
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