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Jul 9, 2008

Free Primitive Witch Boot Pattern

I made this pattern last year. I was making and selling prims last year. This year, I'm going to put more up again, but I'm working in papier mache this time.

As to the boot, it's very simple. On one side, I painted it like a button-top boot. On the other, I painted it with a bunch of one-stroke folk-art posies and added something like "Happy Haunting" or "Welcome Fall" or something like that. Unfortunately, I can't find my photo of the flowered side. It was all in purple, orange, and acid green.

The boot is partially stuffed, then fake gourds and leaves are placed in the top.

The toe has been modified on the pattern, because I felt it curled up too much. But if you want it curly, for say an "elf" boot for Xmas, then you can elongate it a bit and make it skinnier. A rusty jingle bell would be a cute addition for the elf boot!

Hope you enjoy.


4 comments:

simple~needs said...

super cool pattern!! thanks!!

Kudzu said...

Thanks so much for the pattern, and I really enjoyed your blog!

shysue said...

I want to thank you for your free pattern and instructions. I made the boots to give as gifts for Halloween and they turned out great. Again thanks for being so generous.

Sassy Soaps N Such N Always Crafty 2 said...

Your blog rocks! Thanks for the free pattern. Going to add you to my blog roll so many folks can find ya.
sandi