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Monday, December 1, 2008

New Baby Shoe Patterns

After many requests from fellow craftsters I have been busy writing patterns for the baby shoes I sell in my JoliBebe stores which can be found HERE and HERE
So far there are two different designs available: The Slipper style and the Maryjane Style.



The patterns are in an email format so you can have them straight away, which means you can get started on them immediately (this is good if you're stuck for a last minute gift :-)
Each pattern includes full size pattern pieces for multiple sizes from 3-18 months, easy to follow instructions as well as step-by-step photos to make it even easier :-)

I highly recommend using a non-slip sole when you make your baby shoes, especially for babies over the age of about 9 months, for safety.
I will soon be listing the special non-slip fabric that I use for my baby shoes in my JoliBebe store under "Supplies" in small quantities, as this can be hard to find.


What you will need to make your little Maryjanes:
Small amount of fabric for exterior, and for lining
Matching thread
Scissors
Sewing machine
2 small buttons (or press studs or velcro if you prefer)
Sewing needle

What you will need to make your Slipper shoes:
Small amount of fabric for exterior and lining
5mm Elastic (approx 30cm length)
Matching thread
Scissors
Sewing machine
Sewing needleYou can find these patterns in my JoliBebe store on Etsy HERE and my JoliBebe store on DaWanda HERE.

3 comments:

  1. Hey Shara! Kim here! Hope you are well.
    Just thought I"d let you know of something in case you hadn't heard already - there is a movement by the australian craftosphere to help out in some small way to the survivors of the bushfires. Please visit http://handmadehelpsout.blogspot.com/
    - where you can make something crafty, auction it off, and then donate the money from the proceeds plus the item to those affected. I think it's a great way to use crafty skills to put a smile on someone's face....
    take care xoxo

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  2. I truly love such shoes that can be made at home with cheapest resources , more over they don't interfere the natural growth of baby feet. Adorable and comfortable !!!

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