German Leather Sandals PDF Pattern and Video Tutorial
This contains PDF patterns files and the link to a video tutorial that will guide you through the process of making a pair of German leather sandals for men with buckles.
These leather sandals are the most comfortable and because of the buckles, they fit perfectly on your feet.
You will only need some scraps of leather, a rubber sole and minimal tools.
You will find in the PDF file a list of materials and tools, the link to the video tutorial and patterns for 6 sizes.
SIZES (5 sizes)
40-45 EU size 10-15 US size
6-7 oz (2.4-2.8 mm) vegetable tanned leather Stiff leather for lining the leather sole EVA Foam or a pair of flip flops soles. (You can buy them locally or online. Or you can buy it from an Etsy shop) leather glue like Bison Universal Contact Adhesive waxed polyester thread edge dye (optional) 40 grit sandpaper
2 x 0.8” (20 mm) buckles 4 X 1” (25 mm) buckles
cutter needles 1-1.5 mm & 3 mm & 5-6 mm hole punch cutting mat mallet paper masking tape (for assembling the pattern)
Check here the Instructions for How to print the pattern: https://youtu.be/fNxdZRaUzXk
✅ If you enjoyed making this pattern, please check out our patterns for other (Greek) sandals
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