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After seeing Rodarte's light-up heels, I decided to make some for myself. The task seemed simple enough. I was able to make a slipcover for the heel o...
* Pair of your favorite high-heeled shoes 2 sew-able LEDs Saran Wrap or lightweight sheer fabric. Ribbon (at least 1 yard, more if y...
Make a pattern for the height and width of your shoe heels with paper and pencil. Make one pattern for the back of the shoe and one for the heel its...
Sew in your LEDs to the cotton lining, following the diagram below. It is important that you use a singular thread for each (+) and (-) side of the ...
PART A) With right sides together, sew the lining fabric and main fabric together on the sides and bottom. Leave the top open. Turn your bottom-heel ...
Fold under and stitch the top and sides of your top heel pattern. Close the gap of your pocket-like shape and sew the top and bottom heels together...
Fold the shape around your shoe and test for a proper fit, then top-stitch the flaps together. Finally top-stitch your ribbon to the top of the sho...
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