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Sewing

During the sewing stage, the pieces of leather that have been cut out to make the shoe are stitched together. First, the pieces composing the upper are sewn together, followed by the lining. The completed shaft is reinforced with a toe cap and counter.

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UIn order to prevent the pieces of leather from slipping out of place, they are initially attached to one another at the edges with dots of glue. First, the upper is stitched together, followed by the lining. After both of these have been sewn together, the seams are neatened.

In order to reinforce the now-completed shaft, a counter is added between the upper and lining at the heel, and a toe cap is added at the tip of the shoe. On elegant low-rise shoes, eyelets are punched in mechanically or by hand (with a crank), in such a way that they are invisible from the outside of the shoe. Finally, the sewing stage is completed when the shoe size is marked on the shoe.

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