These boots are made for walkin….

After thinking about it for such a long time and having difficulties deciding what kind of block to draft, I finally opened my craftsy shop. I’m so excited, I’ve been trying out all kinds of patterns and then realized there was a very important accessory that every women loves and that was missing in the paper pieced scenario: SHOES!

So with the help of my dear friend Viviana that is my shoe expert, I started choosing the styles and here is my very first pattern on sale: an elegant high heeled boot.

I’t really easy to piece, with few sections and I worked on mantaining big pieces of fabric for the boot so you can showcase some crazy pattern.


How about some animalier, or red boots?


The pattern makes a finished 7″x12″ block, so it can combine with all the other 7″x 6″ patterns with all kinds of shoes. You can certainly reduce it in size or flip it to have more crazy boots.

Let me know what you think about it!

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8 Responses to These boots are made for walkin….

  1. Luisa says:

    bravissima Gaya,in bocca al lupo!!!!!ciao Luisa

  2. Elnora says:

    Charming! So many possibilities with this one!

  3. Amy DeCesare says:

    Wow! Such a cool block! It looks like so much fun to make, in different prints and colors!

  4. Rebecca says:

    Your shoes are so greative. Would like to see all of them together in one big quilt!
    Love all your designs.

  5. Gaya says:

    Thanks Rebecca! I really should make a big panel with all the ones I stitched for my tests and post it on crafts too. I set it as my next goal :)

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