DIY OF HOW I MADE A SLIPPERS FOR MY TEACHER FRIEND
Good day to everyone in the #Needleworkmonday Community and hive blockchain as a whole, it's another Monday, meaning another time of the week where the community is been flooded with mind-blowing needlework project in the various fields of needwork related craft, and today I bring to you a slippers I made for a teacher friend of mine.
I usually teach for free twice a week at a school located in my village of origin, so I can help groom out the best out of the children being bride in such a rural settings, and that's where I met this guy, who happen to be a government worker in the school, unlike me who work as a free volunteer there.
During one of our discussions about movies, and he trying to send the movies from my phone to his, was how he got to know I'm a Shoemaking via the difference footwear images he saw on my phone, so he showed a sample of a Slippers he liked and ask that I help him make something that looks just like it.
So the next time I traveled back to the city, I immediately visit the market and purchase the materials need for his Slippers and other pending orders I've on ground, and below is the process of how I made the Slippers for him.
- Black thread
- Shoe wet etc.
- I cut the the Material of the upper, sole, linning and wet.
- I cut each into the appropriate shape, apply gum on them and join the leather and lining together.
- I cut the Marco material in the shape of a Footwear's and cut a ticker Marco as the heel of the Slippers, apply gum on both and join them together.
- I wrap the lining on the fiber material meant for the insole.
- I then tested the shape and size of the upper on a shoe last, tested different buckle on it to see which one match perfectly, and then sew the edges of the upper.
- Finally I rub grinder the insole and outsole, apply gum on both and then join them together alongside the shoe wet, and here is how the slippers look.
And by the time I gave him the Slippers, he was full of praises for me, stating that the Slippers looks exactly like the sample he show me.
I'll love to say a big thank you to you for staying with me thus far, taking out time to go through my blog post and for your support, have a blessed and productive week ahead.
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This is so beautiful thanks for sharing @vickoly
You're welcome boss, thank you.
my sister worked in a shoe factory for 2 months and she quit today. I know it's not a job for everyone but what you are doing here looks a lot more fun and interesting, and I'm sure no one is yelling at you and ure not under pressure. These slippers look amazing 👏☺
Oh sorry sorry about your sister situation, it's not easy working under people, that's why I set up my own store and became my own boss.
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Greetings, you were fabulous.
Thanks so much.
Greetings, have a blessed day.
Great and awesome Job. Congratulations
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Thanks so much for your beautiful compliment.
Your principles are the same as mine, I am also a teacher who works as a volunteer every 1 week 3 days, and of course to face all of this we must be strong in all things, I hope you always get lots of message making shoes so that you can be successful there, the results the sandals you made are very neat
Wow that's impressive, I just can't watch those kid miss out of the necessity they ought to gain at their tender age, that's why I was move to dedicate some days in teaching them.
great work as always!! 😀
Thanks so much.