In part one of the tutorial, I shared the materials and tools, knitting, sewing and template-making. Today I'll cover how to stitch together the sole and attach it to the boot. Making the sole requires the use of saddle stitch, a leatherworking technique which makes very sturdy stitches that won't unravel even if one stitch is broken. To prepare for this type of stitching, cut a 40" long piece of thread and thread *both* ends with needles.
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