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“Awesome for cold weather. Easy to make”
These booties are very soft and sweet! They are also very practical. There is a wide opening in the front of the bootie so they can easily be placed on baby's feet. The Velcro straps or ribbon ties that go over the opening will keep them securely on baby's feet. Boots/slippers can be made for boys or girls. The top of the boot is simply folded over to turn it into a slipper.
Sample booties are made from ultra suede and cotton fabrics. Any light to medium weight fabrics will work well for outside of booties. Sample booties are lined with ivory fleece. You can also use wool felt for lining.
They are easy to make – even for beginners! We’re sure you’ll want to make more than one pair.
This twelve page e-pattern includes:
-Full size patterns for four sizes of booties
-Detailed instructions written in English
-Step by step color photographs
Booties will fit babies from newborn to approximately 18 months. Length and sizes of booties are as follows:
0-6 Months - 4 inches long
6-9 Months - 4 1/4 inches long
9-12 Months - 4 1/2 inches long
12-18 Months - 4 3/4 inches long
Optional instructions are included to put non-skid soles on booties for babies that are walking.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making booties. Since it is a download, you will receive this by email and it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
Copyrights protect this pattern from being reproduced in any media format to be resold. Permission is given for the pattern to be used to make and sell the finished items in limited quantities.
This is an adorable little pattern, but I was really disappointed in the fit and construction techniques. There is no measurement square on the pattern to make sure that it prints out to size. On the bottom of the sole, it gives the measurement of the foot, which is not the same as the measurement of the sole, but there is no explanation of this on the pattern so if you didn't realize that, you could be printing out the pattern to the wrong size! I did realize this and I believe the pattern printed out correctly, but there is no way that these shoes would fit my child anyway. He is wearing 12-18month size in another soft sole shoe pattern, which are really big on him, but the 12-18 month size in this pattern were way too small!
Awesome for cold weather. Easy to make