Call Me a Cowgirl…

Because I am in LOVE with these gorgeous distressed leather embroidered boots.

On closer inspection, gorgeous distressed leather machine embroidered boots…

aaannnd on even closer inspection, $500 gorgeous distressed leather machine embroidered boots…

damn.

Who thinks I need to figure out how to hoop a pair of boots?

Me too. If you’re a luckier gal than I, there’s still one pair left over at Gypsy Wagon. Until that day, I’m going to be scheming about boot hooping. Or find me some shoe elves.

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9 Responses to “Call Me a Cowgirl…”

  1. 1
    Debra says:

    You might be able to do the embroidery as an applique & glue it on. It wouldn’t be exactly the same but might work in a pinch!

  2. 2
    Teresa says:

    you would probably have to do the embroidery before the boots are put together. if you ever find out how, PLEASE let us know! I would love to have worn those at the Little Big Town concert the other night!!!!!

  3. 3
    lindsey says:

    call me a cowgirl too! those are gorgeous!

  4. 4
    Sytanten says:

    Oj vilka fina boots. Dom skulle sitta jättebra på mina fötter. Mycket vackert broderi.
    Kram

  5. 5
    Cody Hadsall says:

    That’s a really neat idea. The only way that I can think of getting the job done would be to embroider on the leather before stitching it into a boot. I don’t know of a machine that would allow you to hoop a boot, especially down in the toe.

  6. 6
    Elaine Budner says:

    Sign me up for that! I love these boots! What about a cowboy boot style design on the sweater boots you posted earlier? I’m thinking we could figure something out!!!! I adore boots!

  7. 7
    Angie says:

    LOVE these too!

    How about this?

    1. Find some beautiful soft leather and stick not hoop.

    2. Embroider with lots of space in between

    3. Find a shoemaker (or Shoe Elf)and CHALLENGE him or her to make you some boots out of the leather! (Don’t ASK cos they might say no but everyone loves a CHALLENGE!)

    Those boots are WAY COOL

    Hugs

    Angie
    Isle of Man
    Great Britain

  8. 8

    You could unpick the back seam and embroider the top with reasonable ease, or as another poster has said, find a bootmaker. There is a tutorial for how to recover shoes on the internet, it might be a bridal one, so that could be a starting point?

    You could do it on spats, even.

    I would have thought that was too heavy a pattern to embroider on leather, but I’m pretty new to this whole machine embroidery thing, having only had my machine for 6 months!

  9. 9
    Julie says:

    Haven’t worn cowboy boots since I left Wyoming 30 years ago — but I would totally wear these! — May have to find a boot maker!

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