Wild Things Baby Shoes

Size Chart + Materials List

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. 

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).

 

Twig + Tale Wild Things Shoes

 

Skill Level: Adventurous beginner

View printable shoe size chart | View materials list | View pattern FAQs 

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 Sew Darn Ezy, image by Poetic Light 


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Wild Things Shoes Size Chart + Materials List

Wild Things Shoe size guide 

Click here for the printable Twig + Tale Shoe Size Chart for measuring your child's foot.

 

Suggested fabrics


Exterior:  This pattern is suitable for most light-to-medium weight woven fabrics.  Quilting cotton, linen and wool blends are my favourites.
Lining: Lightweight cotton.
Soles: Corduroy, denim, or similar sturdy fabric.  For shoes intended for a walking baby, please be aware that fabric soles can be slippery, so applying a non-slip treatment is recommended.
Ears:  A non-fray fabric (felt, fleece, suede, leather) is recommended so that you can use a single layer. 

These little shoes can be also be made from upcycled materials such as felted lightweight woolen jumpers, embroidered linens, woolen blankets (for the larger sizes in particular), vintage sheets and many articles of clothing with meaning, such as Daddy’s favourite shirt or Grandma’s dress.  

 

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