This JULAWI pattern shows you how to sew a pair of cute baby shoes. Included are the patterns for five different sizes for preemies, newborns and babies up to 12 months. The baby shoes can be sewn as single or double layer version. The classic version made of two layers of jersey is suitable to be worn at home or as light boots for on the go. Sewed in one layer of jersey you get light summer shoes. For the colder season you can sew the baby shoes from thicker fabrics like jacquard jersey or sweat. You can also combine fleece, plush or teddy fabric with jersey or soft shell to hold little feet nicely warm. The baby shoes have a wider fit, so wearing them over socks or tights is no problem. This pattern contains the templates for two different cuff versions. You can sew the cuff the classic way, which makes the fit more loosely - perfect to pull over rompers or pants. The longer cuff version is folded over and therefore sits tighter on the leg and won’t slip of quickly. No matter which version you chose, the baby shoes are quickly put on and taken off by the stretchy cuff and therefor very practical for the everyday life.
► 5 sizes: preemies, 0 -3 months, 3-6 months, 6-9 months, 9-12 months ► single or double layer sewn ► 2 cuff versions: classic or fold-over ► suitable for beginners ► Language sewing tutorial: english ► Pattern PDF for dinA4 and dinA0
- step-by-step sewing tutorial with pictures
- pattern to print on US letter, dinA4 or dinA0
- Sewing examples
- suitable for beginner
Materials you need at home:
- 1-2x fabrics with a good stretch, like jersey (or thicker fabrics like sweat, fleece,...)
- cuff fabric
- sewing machine (an overlock/serger is not necessary)
- fabric scissors or rotary cutter
- erasable fabric marker or tailors chalk
- sewing clips or pins
Hi ! I'm Anna from JULAWI. Here you can find sewing patterns for babies and kids. I want you to have fun sewing and to reach wonderful results. For this reason all my patterns have a step-by-step sewing tutorial with many pictures and detailed descriptions. Everyone is able to learn how to sew and I want to show you that with my patterns. Have fun sewing!