BUNDLE - Family Wayfarer Shoes
Digital Pattern + Video Class

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BUNDLE - Family Wayfarer Shoes
Digital Pattern + Video Class

Regular price $25.00 USD   $22.00 USD
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**  This listing is for the FAMILY bundle of Baby, Child + Youth, and Adult sizes **

Soft-soled, indoor shoes for babies, children, and adults offer simple comfort for all seasons.  Choose cosy wool for winter or lightweight linens for summer. 

A perfect scrap buster for using small remnants of treasured fabrics or upcycling pre-loved textiles.  The Wayfarers are quick, simple project for a relaxed afternoon of sewing.  Can be sewn on a regular home sewing machine with no special equipment required.

Skill level:  Beginner - adventurous beginner

  • Soft and flexible sole
  • Fully lined, no exposed seams 
  • Wide toe box - room for toes to spread out
  • Adult sizes include 3 widths narrow, medium, and wide for a better fit straight from the pattern
  • Common adjustments included so you can custom fit

     

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    Wayfarer Indoor shoe digital sewing pattern by Twig + Tale

    Video Support: A full course of clear, concise videos accompany this pattern, alongside a comprehensive written and photographed instruction booklet.

    Sizing + Supplies

    This pattern includes the bundle of all sizes

    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

    Child Sizes
    Size 6-13
    Youth sizes 1-4

    Adult Sizes (start from where the Child sizes finish)
    Women's 5-12
    Men's 8.5-15 

    View size chart + materials list (baby, child, and youth sizes)
    View size chart + materials list (adult sizes)

    Make old things new again! Twig & Tale patterns pair wonderfully with recycled fabrics. Look to accidentally shrunken sweaters, suiting weight wool skirts or trousers, baby-wearing wraps and leather/corduroy garments for inspiration. 

    Bonus Resources 

    Introducing the Wayfarer Shoes for Adults
    How to adjust for wide feet or a high instep

    Printing Info + FAQ

    This is a print-at-home PDF pattern and includes three printing options:

    1. US Letter/A4 - tiled and designed to print on your home printer
    2. Copyshop - A0 wide-format file  (33.1″ x 46.8″) 
    3. Projector - specially-formatted and optimized for home projector use.   Read more about using our projector files here 

    All pattern printing formats include “layers”, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. 

    View pattern FAQ

    • Look Inside
    • Works With
    • Resources

    The Wayfarer Bundle has video tutorials covering every step of construction - no more sewing confusion!

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    The full version of the video is available upon purchase.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 149 reviews
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    Jan Keating (Brisbane, AU)
    Fabulous little pattern

    I love this pattern as do my two little grand daughters and their parents. These little shoes are quick and east to make, even for beginners. The instructions are really clear and they fit beautifully. Great scrap buster too!! This will be a pattern I return to constantly.

    A
    Andrea (Palm Bay, US)
    So cute!

    These little shoes are so cute! This was only my 5th sewing project ever and it was very clear and simple to follow! My son loves his!

    V
    VM (Florence, US)
    Quick Sew!

    I sewed these in a size 5 for my toddler daughter, and it was a very simple sew! I used cotton fabric for all but the sole, which I made of leather. The shoes do fall off her feet more easily than the brand name crib shoes that she wears, so I think next time I will have to tweak the elastic length or maybe the placement of the heel with respect to the toe piece. I have not yet tried these in any larger sizes, so I don't know how that particular aspect of the pattern works in the larger sizes.

    A
    Amy S (Fawkner, AU)
    Great pattern!

    I made the kids slippers for my son. They were great for using up scrappy pieces of fabric. Fit was perfect and instructions were clear. I sewed leather soles for the first time, switching to a leather needle and lengthening the stitch for that section. They turned out so well and my son was very pleased he could choose his own fabrics and colours, right in time for “slipper day” at school! I’m looking forward to stealing time to make a pair for myself!

    S
    Shannon Frasa (Sydney, AU)
    Children’s wayfarer shoes - fantastic pattern!

    Another fantastic pattern from Twig + Tale. The instructions are so clear and easy to follow, with the pictures and videos to go along with it. I thought these tiny shoes would be really fiddly but the steps were very clear. Absolutely love the extra info in all the T+T patterns with up-cycling inspiration, links to the Facebook group and more. Can’t wait for my next Twig + Tale purchase!

    A
    Angie Perry (Wellington, NZ)
    Wayfarer shoes

    This is a great pattern! Really easy to follow with clear instructions. A pleasure to sew these shoes and a great way to use up scrap fabric.

    Y
    Yvonne Claridge (Stratford-upon-Avon, GB)
    Wayfarer Shoes

    Absolutely love this pattern - easily followed instructions and the more you make the easier they are !

    B
    Betsy Hosegood (Barnstaple, GB)
    I'm a fairy at last!

    I love this pattern, though I made a few decisions that maybe weren't for the best, which I hope I can help others avoid. Although my slippers are great and I do love them, I decided not only to quilt my outer wool fabric with cotton/wool wadding for extra warmth, but I also chose a thick felt for the outer soles. Unsurprisingly this created thick seams around the sole which I just couldn't grade down to the extent I would have wished. Next time I will choose thinner fabric for the soles... They are warm though. Also I should say that as a child I wanted to be a fairy. Finally I have my fairy slippers!
    Regarding the fitting, I hadn't realized until starting on the pattern that I have two kippers for feet! Although narrow at the toe end, they turn out to be wide at the heel end. And I seem to have flat feet as well! Luckily there are great instructions in this pattern on how to make fitting adaptations and the slippers fit perfectly.

    C
    Carol-Anne (Canberra, AU)
    Another great pattern

    I made the adult slippers/shoes first (the pink ones)- the slight gathering at the toes was a little tricky - but the instructions were very clear. Use the ones in the PDF rather than the summary page until you now what you are doing. I bought puffer paint as suggested by some FB contributors and put it on the soles to make them non-slip, which worked well. Sizing was good - follow the directions when you measure your feet. I have just finished a toddler’s pair but my grandson hasn’t had a chance to try them on - made with odd scraps of material! I think they were a little simpler to make as they didn’t have the gathers. Looking forward to making some more in warmer material.

    I
    Ilze (Hillegom, NL)
    Quick, easy, perfect

    Really quick project (1 evening, even for a beginner, which I am). The result is stunning. The wayfarers make the perfect gift for a baby or child.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 149 reviews
    97%
    (144)
    2%
    (3)
    1%
    (2)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    J
    Jan Keating (Brisbane, AU)
    Fabulous little pattern

    I love this pattern as do my two little grand daughters and their parents. These little shoes are quick and east to make, even for beginners. The instructions are really clear and they fit beautifully. Great scrap buster too!! This will be a pattern I return to constantly.

    A
    Andrea (Palm Bay, US)
    So cute!

    These little shoes are so cute! This was only my 5th sewing project ever and it was very clear and simple to follow! My son loves his!

    V
    VM (Florence, US)
    Quick Sew!

    I sewed these in a size 5 for my toddler daughter, and it was a very simple sew! I used cotton fabric for all but the sole, which I made of leather. The shoes do fall off her feet more easily than the brand name crib shoes that she wears, so I think next time I will have to tweak the elastic length or maybe the placement of the heel with respect to the toe piece. I have not yet tried these in any larger sizes, so I don't know how that particular aspect of the pattern works in the larger sizes.

    A
    Amy S (Fawkner, AU)
    Great pattern!

    I made the kids slippers for my son. They were great for using up scrappy pieces of fabric. Fit was perfect and instructions were clear. I sewed leather soles for the first time, switching to a leather needle and lengthening the stitch for that section. They turned out so well and my son was very pleased he could choose his own fabrics and colours, right in time for “slipper day” at school! I’m looking forward to stealing time to make a pair for myself!

    S
    Shannon Frasa (Sydney, AU)
    Children’s wayfarer shoes - fantastic pattern!

    Another fantastic pattern from Twig + Tale. The instructions are so clear and easy to follow, with the pictures and videos to go along with it. I thought these tiny shoes would be really fiddly but the steps were very clear. Absolutely love the extra info in all the T+T patterns with up-cycling inspiration, links to the Facebook group and more. Can’t wait for my next Twig + Tale purchase!

    A
    Angie Perry (Wellington, NZ)
    Wayfarer shoes

    This is a great pattern! Really easy to follow with clear instructions. A pleasure to sew these shoes and a great way to use up scrap fabric.

    Y
    Yvonne Claridge (Stratford-upon-Avon, GB)
    Wayfarer Shoes

    Absolutely love this pattern - easily followed instructions and the more you make the easier they are !

    B
    Betsy Hosegood (Barnstaple, GB)
    I'm a fairy at last!

    I love this pattern, though I made a few decisions that maybe weren't for the best, which I hope I can help others avoid. Although my slippers are great and I do love them, I decided not only to quilt my outer wool fabric with cotton/wool wadding for extra warmth, but I also chose a thick felt for the outer soles. Unsurprisingly this created thick seams around the sole which I just couldn't grade down to the extent I would have wished. Next time I will choose thinner fabric for the soles... They are warm though. Also I should say that as a child I wanted to be a fairy. Finally I have my fairy slippers!
    Regarding the fitting, I hadn't realized until starting on the pattern that I have two kippers for feet! Although narrow at the toe end, they turn out to be wide at the heel end. And I seem to have flat feet as well! Luckily there are great instructions in this pattern on how to make fitting adaptations and the slippers fit perfectly.

    C
    Carol-Anne (Canberra, AU)
    Another great pattern

    I made the adult slippers/shoes first (the pink ones)- the slight gathering at the toes was a little tricky - but the instructions were very clear. Use the ones in the PDF rather than the summary page until you now what you are doing. I bought puffer paint as suggested by some FB contributors and put it on the soles to make them non-slip, which worked well. Sizing was good - follow the directions when you measure your feet. I have just finished a toddler’s pair but my grandson hasn’t had a chance to try them on - made with odd scraps of material! I think they were a little simpler to make as they didn’t have the gathers. Looking forward to making some more in warmer material.

    I
    Ilze (Hillegom, NL)
    Quick, easy, perfect

    Really quick project (1 evening, even for a beginner, which I am). The result is stunning. The wayfarers make the perfect gift for a baby or child.