Well, it's one shoe at least.
1860s girl's gaiter shoe in cotton/silk blend stripe with duck lining.
A side view of the 1860s girl's gaiter. It's still a little big on her, and it was difficult to make it very fitted around her foot, so it's looser in some areas. Oh well.
Back view. And proof that you must preshrink any cottons BEFORE you cut them out. I was totally not thinking when I cut these out, and when I had to soak the shoe in the sole-sewing-on process...the lining shrunk and the outer fabric stayed put. Thus the annoying fold at the top of the shoe there.