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Oct 8, 2018

Upcycle Challenge: Halloween Witch Boots

It's time for another Upcycle Challenge! For the October Upcycle Challenge, my blog group and I are creating upcycle projects using old clothes, cloth, or material. So I thought it would be perfect to share the upcycled Halloween Witch Boots that I made using an old pair of maternity shorts. To create the boots, I searched around the World Wide Web for a sewing pattern, and I found an awesome pattern and tutorial for Witch Shoe Treat Bags or Silverware Holders.  So here are some pics from my sewing adventure:

I didn't have any plain black fabric, so I dug out an old faded pair of maternity shorts...

I traced the pattern onto the shorts and pinned since I wanted to cut through both layers.

Next I cut out a witch shoe in Halloween fabric from my fabric stash. I pinned the shoe onto the black fabric and zigzag stitched the top of the shoe in place.

I pinned the fabric with right sides facing each other, and then I sewed around the edges.

I top stitched around the bottom of the shoes. Then, I hand sewed the orange ribbon and purple and yellow star buttons onto the "stockings."  Then I added black pom poms around the top of the boots.


Ta-da!

I decided to add these witchy boots to my Witchy Halloween Wreath

My Witchy Halloween Wreath is now complete!

Thanks for stopping by and checking out my Halloween Witch Boots. I hope you'll also visit my friends' awesome upcycle projects below!


7 comments:

  1. If this isn't the cutest witch stockings ever, T'onna! You rock with creativity!

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  2. How fun, T'onna! These were a perfect addition to your wreath. I love how colorful they are.

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  3. I love Halloween & these witch boots are awesome! The fabric, the ribbon, and all the embellishments are amazing.

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  4. Wow! You are one creative lady! These are so cute and when attached to the wreath is pure perfection! Great upcycle and fabulous Halloween decor! Pinning

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  5. I need to make these in a xmas version for my little witch at home. LOL. Thinking she could use it as a stocking. Love it!!!

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  6. Oh, my word! How CUTE are those boots?! I love your idea to up cycle some old shorts. Your wreath is darling! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  7. These are so sweet, I love them. I was wondering as I read what you were going to use them for, the addition to the wreath is just perfect.

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