These Cute Baby Shoes are So Easy to Make

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There’s a Larger Kids’ Size Too!

These darling shoes are so simple to make and are great gifts for new parents. They can be used as slippers or shoes, although you’ll want to use a grippy fabric for the sole (like this) if the child is starting to walk.

Quilting cottons work nicely for these cuties, and elastic helps them stay on wiggly feet. You may want to use fleece during colder weather.

Baby Shoe Pattern

A larger size is also available for toddlers. Don’t be surprised if everyone wants a pair made in their favorite novelty fabrics.

Baby Shoe Pattern

Baby shoes by Kadi Herden.

The patterns are from Petitboo. There are several other cute styles to choose from, too. They’re all found here.

Click here to purchase “Baby Shoe – Sizes 1 to 5” pattern.

Click here to purchase “Kid Slipper – Sizes 6 – 15” pattern.


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