This is the Cherish Soft Sole Baby Shoes pdf sewing pattern from the designer Happy Baby Patterns on the makerist website.
If you’ve been looking for a super cute pair of baby shoes then you don’t have to look any further than here. These really are the cutest little baby shoes for your baby.
These baby shoes are soft, lightweight, and easy to put on. But most importantly by adding elastic at the ankle these shoes will stay on no matter how much your little one like to wiggle!
The designer has included a non-slip sole to help your baby stay up when taking those amazing first steps. This project includes the steps that are necessary to make the baby shoes with hidden seams.
The designer describes them as – an easy DIY project for a Friday afternoon that will turn in the perfect baby shower gift or cute accessories for your own little baby!
As far as which fabric to use you can use any scraps of fabric you have left from other sewing projects or you can make them match your baby’s favorite outfits. As the designer says – the possibilities are endless with this pattern.
The pattern comes in FIVE sizes as follows:
What’s needed to make a pair of Cherish Soft Sole Baby Shoes:
When you purchase this pdf pattern it includes a list of supplies, the sizes and measurements of the finished shoes, the required sewing machine settings, and printing information. There’s an easy-to-use pattern for each size, step-by-step instructions with thirty large color photos of the entire process, instructions on how to sew hidden seams, and finally tips and tricks from the designer for the best results!
This listing includes one pdf file to be printed at home or at a print shop on A4 paper and one projector file with layers for each size!
If you would like to download the pattern you can click on the blue button below.
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