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Peanut Baby Slippers sewing pattern (0-3mths to 18-24mths)

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Peanut Baby Slippers sewing pattern (0-3mths to 18-24mths)

This is the Peanut Baby Slippers pdf sewing pattern from the designer Happy Baby Patterns.

Now’s your chance to make a pair of these sweet and comfy slippers for your baby. Thery’re described by the designer as perfect for indoor play or even for a stroller walk.

Like the designer, we think that babies will love these as they are soft, lightweight, easy to put on and the elastic at the ankle will keep them on the feet no matter how much your baby will crawl, walk or dance!

If you like you can even add padded soles for extra comfort or a bow in the front for extra cuteness.

This is an easy sewing project that the designer says that you should be able to sew up in an afternoon and that will turn into the perfect baby shower gift or cute accessories for your own little baby or even for selling.

It’s the perfect scrap buster project or why not make them match your baby’s favorite outfits.

They are designed to mimic barefoot so they are ideal for first steps too, however, you should make sure to use a non-slip sole.

Peanut Baby Slippers sewing pattern (0-3mths to 18-24mths)

The pattern comes in SIX sizes as follows:

  • 0-3 months,
  • 3-6 months,
  • 6-9 months,
  • 9-12 months,
  • 12-18 months,
  • 18-24 months.

The pdf pattern includes the following:

  1. A list of supplies,
  2. Sizes and measurements of the finished shoes,
  3. Printing information,
  4. An easy to use pattern for each size,
  5. Step-by-step instructions with color photos of the entire process.

Peanut Baby Slippers sewing pattern (0-3mths to 18-24mths)

The one pdf file can be printed at home or at a print shop on A4 paper and there is one projector file with layers for each size.

Seam allowances are included.

If you would like to download the pdf pattern you can click on the blue button below.

Click here for the pattern