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The Cutest DIY Felt Baby Shoes

Thu, Mar 14, 2013 | 0-2, DIY Projects | By Irina

I think it’s lovely to welcome a little one into the world surrounded by thoughtful handmade gifts, and these itty-bitty boots are just the ticket for such a reception. You’ll need: an autumn felt bundle, DMC pearl cotton in color 666, a package of white ¼-inch wide elastic, an erasable fabric marker and a felt baby shoes template printed and cut out. First, you need to cut the templates from one of the felt pieces and pin it together as it’s shown on the pictures. As soon as you’re done with it, you may start sewing using a 46-inch length of the pearl cotton without tying any knots in the thread. With the buttonhole stitch you need to sew around the entire perimeter of the shoe, making sure to sew through all three layers at the toe section. After finishing with the first shoe, do the same things for the second one. Finally add two cross stitches and you’re done!

References: purlbee, template

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  1. Nellie E. Wilson Says:

    I’m glad it came with instructional pictures. I think i can make even one pair for starters. This will also be a good business venture. I’m also glad you included the materials needed to make these shoes.

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