Cowboy boot making. Patterns, part 4. Finalizing the patterns. This is part 4 of the “Cowboy Boot Pattern Making” series of videos.
Cowboy boot making. Patterns, part 3. Drawing the boot. This is part 3 of the “Cowboy Boot Pattern Making” series of videos.
Cowboy boot making. Patterns, part 2. Marking points S, CP, J, I and X on the mean forme. This is part 2 of the “Cowboy Boot Pattern Making” series of videos.
Cowboy boot making. Patterns, part 1. Taping the last and cutting the Mean Forme. This is part 1 of the “Cowboy Boot Pattern Making” series of videos.
These boots were made during a 2 weeks cowboy boot training in Mexico.
Hand made cowboy boots – traditionally made triad style with leopard shafts. The lemonwood pegs are traditionally used to connect the sole and the insole. These pegs are carefully hand-hammered into holes cut in the leather and are more malleable than metal, as they expand and contract with moisture at almost an identical rate as
I compressed 4 hours of the recorded video into 20 minutes. If you watch it to the end in one shot, you may feel like getting off a roller-coaster 🙂 I know it is running too fast for a step-by-step education, but you can get the idea. Ask your questions below and I will answer
So, you could recognize me.. I made these boots, hat, vest, belt and also tried to make a scary face 🙂
Choosing the boot lasts and modifying them to the measured sizes. Western songs used in this video: Grandpa Jones – Cannonball Blues Grandpa Jones – Banjo Sam Hall Brothers – The Wrong Road Grandpa Jones – A Dollar Short
Traditionally made, hand stitched welt, wood pegged.