Adorable animal shoes for super sweet feet!
These fun shoes/slippers stay on well, even on active feet, and with 7 different animals to choose from you can make a different pair for each day of the week! Using less than 1/4 yard/metre they 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.
Size Options - select from the dropdown menu
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.
Cover image - sewn by Shelly Althage
Ive not yet made them but gosh the pattern seems easy to follow and the designs are out of this world.....im going to make the grandchildren these for Christmas.
Have not yet made any, but looking forward to soon for my grandchildren
These patterns are incredible. The designs are beautiful, the instructions are magnificent and the outcome is just gorgeous. The best PDF patterns I have ever used!
These little shoes are amazing! I am making a bunch for a school fundraiser. Such a great way to use up little scraps of precious fabrics. It takes about an hour to make one pair (if you omit the face and ears). The sizing seems a wee tad on the small side, but then again the seam allowance is only 1/4 inch and any variation to that could really change the finished shoe size. I am experienced but not expert and it is possible my seams don't always stay at 1/4 inch. I highly recommend this pattern. Every single shoe you finish will make your heart sing!!
very easy to follow - a great pattern!
At first I was a bit afraid because I thought sewing the shoes would be too complicated but for my surprise it was totally opposite. The instructions are easy to understand even for a beginner like me. I'm really pleased with the pattern! :D
I love these! So quick and easy to make. Only tricky bit was turning them inside out, but that was my fault because I didn't read the instructions fully (quite experienced, so usually just skim read!), and didn't leave a big enough gap to pull through easily.