Finally, mud for Aldo and LKB

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Chocolaterain
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Finally, mud for Aldo and LKB

Post by Chocolaterain »

Great news everyone!

I've finally had time and some rain to go out and give some mud to these pretty heels. I've also bought some boots that will soon get the treatment.
I hope you enjoy the these first pictures.
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vector
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Re: Finally, mud for Aldo and LKB

Post by vector »

Looks like the stitch didn't hold! Please scratch them up nicely~
Chocolaterain
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Re: Finally, mud for Aldo and LKB

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vector wrote: Tue Sep 22, 2020 8:44 am Looks like the stitch didn't hold! Please scratch them up nicely~
It didn't hold, at all.

Aftermath: (enjoy :wink: )
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davestratford1
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Re: Finally, mud for Aldo and LKB

Post by davestratford1 »

Despite the tear and repair not holding up, they still seem to be doing well. Quality heels. Id give them a rinse in a stream to get the mud off.
vector
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Re: Finally, mud for Aldo and LKB

Post by vector »

Chocolaterain wrote: Tue Sep 22, 2020 9:37 am
vector wrote: Tue Sep 22, 2020 8:44 am Looks like the stitch didn't hold! Please scratch them up nicely~
It didn't hold, at all.

Aftermath: (enjoy :wink: )
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I should have specified that leather threads should be used... they are thicker and waxed so stronger than the leather itself once properly stitched on (I bought a roll for leather crafts a few years ago). :)

It is pretty handy if you are into shoe abuse 8)
Chocolaterain
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Re: Finally, mud for Aldo and LKB

Post by Chocolaterain »

vector wrote: Wed Sep 23, 2020 5:48 am
Chocolaterain wrote: Tue Sep 22, 2020 9:37 am
vector wrote: Tue Sep 22, 2020 8:44 am Looks like the stitch didn't hold! Please scratch them up nicely~
It didn't hold, at all.

Aftermath: (enjoy :wink: )
DSC_0129.jpgDSC_0131.jpgDSC_0133.jpgDSC_0142.jpgDSC_0144.jpgDSC_0145.jpgDSC_0148.jpgDSC_0149.jpg
I should have specified that leather threads should be used... they are thicker and waxed so stronger than the leather itself once properly stitched on (I bought a roll for leather crafts a few years ago). :)

It is pretty handy if you are into shoe abuse 8)
I don't have that kind of threads at home, but I'll check if I have something stronger than just regular threads. I have to sit down and fix them since I've found a perfect spot for abuse :D
Chocolaterain
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Re: Finally, mud for Aldo and LKB

Post by Chocolaterain »

Right after the first trip. The second one I didn't really like the place and didn't take pictures.
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