by Lord Marc Beau CoeurThanks to Richard of Raefen for sending in this pattern.
As with our other shoe patterns, use overhead projectors, incremental photocopy enlargers, opaque projectors or other means of enlarging.
1. Cut out on all lines with a sharp knife or scissors.
2. Glue and stitch a thick sole to the bottom. If you cut a groove in the thick soles about 1/4" to 3/8" around the edge then stitch in the groove, the thread will last longer.
3. Stitch line A to B. You can overlap or butt the seam. Both ways work.
4. The lacing can be run through the cut-out slots or you can punch holes where indicated to lace through.
Add hobnails to the sole and leave period foot prints! Put the nails in before you attach the sole. Drive the nails through the leather and pound the point over on the inside.