I made these little shoes for a coworker’s baby gift. They don’t take much time, but are such a fun addition on top of whatever group gift everyone goes in on.
Skill level: This sewing project would be good for intermediate sewers.
Time commitment estimate: A couple of hours or less, depending on skill level.
I actually made a pair of these shoes using the same fabric, when I made a matching dress as well. Check that post out here. I like the subtle brown polka dot ribbon I used before, but I really like how this pair with the yellow ribbon turned out. Here’s another post with a bunch of different pairs I’ve made before if you want some inspiration.
Check out this link for supplies I use for just about every project. Additional sewing supplies you’ll need to make your own baby shoes are listed below (I’ve linked to things from Amazon if you want things delivered to you, otherwise Joann’s will have everything you need):
3. Double sided fusible interfacing – I always use heat n bond brand, but I’m sure there are other brands available out there.
4. Baby shoe pattern – I used Simplicity pattern 2491 to make these baby booties.