Adorable animal shoes for super sweet feet!
These sweet baby shoes/slippers stay on well, even on active little feet, and with 7 different animals to choose from you can make a different pair for each day of the week! A lovely baby shower gift and a great scrap buster.
Make them from warm fabrics for cosy slippers, or lightweight fabrics for summer shoes.
Pattern includes pattern pieces for Bunny, Fox, Raccoon, Panda, Kitty, Mouse and Bear.
Skill Level: Adventurous beginner
Make old things new again! Twig & Tale patterns pair wonderfully with recycled fabrics. Look to accidentally shrunken sweaters, suiting weight wool skirts or trousers and leather/corduroy garments for inspiration.
This pattern includes the Baby Sizes.
Size 1 - 0-3 months
Size 2 - 3-6 months
Size 3 - 6-9 months
Size 4 - 9-12 months
Size 5 - 12-18+ months
There is also a pattern for Big Kids Sizes and a BUNDLE of all sizes (use the dropdown menu when ordering).
This digital pattern is tiled and designed to print using your home printer on either US Letter, or A4 paper.
The pattern includes a nifty “layers” feature, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. Full step-by-step printing instructions are supplied.
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Cover image - sewn by Sew Darn Ezy, image by Poetic Light
I found these to be true to size for my children! They are a super quick sew and completely adorable!
I am a self taught intermediate sewer and found the basic shoes frustrating, when using different outer material, it never ends up on the outside.
Such a great pattern! Easy to follow directions, and such a cute result! I love that the pattern was designed to be able to use repurposed fibers so I can use up the scraps of some beloved fabrics.
I love this little shoe patterns, they have made such easy and cute gifts. I found the sizes came up quite small (maybe my friends just have giant babies).
Très facile à faire. Le patron se suit facilement pour des francais.
Love the versatility and the ease of the pattern. Made a bunch! Thanks!
I made two pair of these (so far) for a friend expecting twins, they are so cute I can't stand it! I like that all the raw edges are enclosed in the shoe but I feel the directions could be improved on the adding of the patches on the faces. I figured mine out but for less experienced sewists, this could be challenging.
If you want to see pics of mine and my full review you can see it here: http://chasecoco.blogspot.com/2018/08/twig-tale-wild-things-baby-shoes.html
Good easy to follow instructions. The end result is a bit big for the size measured... and if using wool as the outer layer do not use them at the back of the shoes as it resists the elastic too much and wont hold the foot in.