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Precious Bee & Ladybug Booties - Sizes 0-14mths

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by Battaglia, Melissa
on January 30th, 2012

“so easy to make!”

These booties are soft and sweet! They keep their shape very well. Fabric is fused to wool felt, fleece, terry, denim or twill fabric. Wool felt is available almost anywhere they sell fabric. Felt does not have to be 100% wool. It can be a blend. Terry, twill or denim can be used instead of felt to make them more lightweight for spring or summer. Edges of booties may fray slightly but it adds to the charm of the design. Booties are easy to make - even for beginners! We’re sure you’ll want to make more than one pair. You can use all types of 1/4” to 1/2” ribbon for ties, including grosgrain, satin, sheer, etc. Sample booties have wool felt on the inside, cotton fabric on the outside and they are tied with sheer ribbon.

These bug shoes 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”. Optional instructions are given to put a non-skid sole on booties for babies that are walking.

MATERIALS LIST FOR BEE BOOTIES:

-Wool felt, fleece, terry, denim or twill for lining - color that coordinates with fabric on outside of booties.
-Cotton fabric for outside of booties – yellow
-Iron-on fusible web
-Baby rick rack – black (one package will make one pair of ladybug and bumble bee booties)
-1/4” to 1/2” Ribbon - four 10” pieces of grosgrain, satin, sheer, etc.
-Sewing thread – black and white
-Embroidery floss – black

MATERIALS LIST FOR LADYBUG BOOTIES:

-Wool felt, fleece, terry, denim or twill for lining – color that coordinates with fabric on outside of booties (felt does not have to be 100% wool – it can be a blend).
-Cotton fabric for outside of booties – hot pink/white dot (or red/white dot) and black solid
-Iron-on fusible web
-1/4” to 1/2” Ribbon – four 10” pieces of grosgrain, satin, sheer, etc.
-Sewing thread – black and white
-Embroidery floss – white

AMOUNT OF LINING MATERIAL (felt, fleece, terry, twill or denim), FABRIC, AND IRON-ON FUSIBLE WEB NEEDED FOR BEE OR LADYBUG BOOTIES ACCORDING TO SIZES:
0 to 6 months - one 7 3/4” x 8 1/2” rectangle cut from lining material, fabric and fusible web
6 to 9 months - one 8” x 9” rectangle cut from lining material, fabric and fusible web
9-12 months - one 8” x 10” rectangle cut from lining material, fabric and fusible web
12-14 months - one 9” x 10” rectangle cut from lining material, fabric and fusible web

There are seven pages of instructions, four pages of patterns and thirteen photographs.

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by Battaglia, Melissa
on January 30th, 2012

so easy to make!

by Splane, Alycia
on January 4th, 2012

Cute! Made these for a baby shower gift and they were very cute with the ladybug outfit and blanket I made.

by Sally
on August 1st, 2001

These are so cute, and very easy to make! Great instructions and pictures!

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