Well, the idea was a shoe bag, but who say that you have to use these that way! Someone said that these are too pretty for shoes, but that was the original idea. I had at this point my jewellery stands and lace handkerchiefs and I wanted to extend my collection. Bride's shoes are often more expensive and made from more delicate fabric, like satin. I personally use shoe bag always with my shoes, when I'm going to party. I don't use same shoes while travelling and walking long distances, then I use with fancy dress. The point of shoe bag isn't just to protect you shoes, but it's also for protecting everything else in your bag, from shoe bottoms. Plus they can be really pretty assessors.
These had linings to make them stronger and to make embroidery easier. The stitches are this way invisible, inside of the two layers of fabric. I draw the lines with fabric marker and with first try it went through the both layers of fabric.So Meri's almost daily tip for future, don't test fabric marker to almost ready work! Test it to sample fabric. It was sad moment to find out, that I was ruined whole work. Then I started to use plastic chopping board under the the fabric to where I was drawing. These are the easiest and fastest to do multiple as once. Do one state at the time. Cut all fabrics at once, sew all at once, draw at once. After I draw one, I placed it to dry to clotheshorse. These are same flowers then I've done earlier. I don't often use a clue, but the ribbons were difficult. I had to protect the nots with it. @FromMadeByMeri