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Penguin & Plain Booties Tied w/Ribbons - Sizes 0-14mths

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by Hailes, Monica
on September 1st, 2012

“Brilliant pattern. Highly detailed, loads of can't go wrong! One of my favourite patterns :)”

These booties are soft and sweet! They keep their shape very well. They are easy to make - even for beginners! The top of the bootie is one piece (that doesn’t include the appliqués). Wool felt is used for the lining of the sample shoes (acrylic felt can be used in place of the wool felt). Cotton and ultra suede fabrics were used for the outside of the sample shoes. The felt lining is fused to the fabric and then the top and sole shapes are cut out and stitched. Booties are tied with 1/4” to 3/8” ribbon.

The booties can be made in three styles – penguin, plain with toe shapes (pink booties), and plain without toe shapes (tan booties).

Booties will fit babies from newborn to approximately 14 months. Four sizes of booties are included in pattern - lengths of finished soles are 4”, 4.25”, 4.5” and 4.75”. If you would like to make booties with a 5” sole, enlarge the 0-6 month size to 120%. Optional instructions are given to put a non-skid sole on shoes for babies that are walking.

Materials List:

-Wool felt (or acrylic felt) – white or color that coordinates with fabric on outside of booties – amount needed is given below according to size
-Fabric for tops & soles of booties – cotton, ultra suede, denim, etc. – amount needed is given below according to size
-Fabric for penguin & toe shape appliqués – 4” x 5” rectangle for penguin heads (black) or toe shapes (any color), 3” x 4” rectangle for penguin faces (white), 1 1/2” x 2” rectangle for beaks (yellow)
-Iron-on fusible web – 5” x 8” rectangle for appliqués and rectangle for tops and soles of booties – amount needed is given below according to size (sample shoes were made with Lite Steam-A-Seam 2 Fusible Web by The Warm Company but any fusible web for fabric will work fine)
-1/4” to 3/8” Ribbon for ties - four 7 1/2” pieces of satin, grosgrain, sheer, etc.
-1/4” to 5/8” Ribbon for optional strip across top of toe shapes on plain booties
-Sewing thread that matches fabric and embroidery floss for penguin eyes (black)

AMOUNT OF FELT, FABRIC, AND IRON-ON FUSIBLE WEB NEEDED FOR BOOTIES ACCORDING TO SIZES:
0 to 6 months - one 8” x 8 1/2” rectangle cut from felt, fabric and fusible web
6 to 9 months - one 8 1/4” x 9” rectangle cut from felt, fabric and fusible web
9-12 months - one 8 1/4” x 10” rectangle cut from felt, fabric and fusible web
12-14 months - one 9 1/4” x 10” rectangle cut from felt, fabric and fusible web

There are six pages of instructions, four pages of patterns and nineteen photographs.

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by Hailes, Monica
on September 1st, 2012

Brilliant pattern. Highly detailed, loads of can't go wrong! One of my favourite patterns :)

by N A Mood
on January 6th, 2012

Made the penquin booties and they are absolutely adorable and much easier than I anticipated!

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