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Shoes for Somebody's Baby

Added Oct 13, 2010

by charith

Tri Cities, Wash...






I fell in love with this striped sweatshirt fabric several months ago, so I bought a few yards. It looked like it had so much rock-n-roll potential. This is the first thing I made with it. The skull/circle canvas I used on the soles of the shoes is such a great print, too. I’m glad I found a project where I could combine the two fabrics. I only wish I had made these before my babies stopped being babies.

The pattern for these shoes is found on Stardust Shoes’ blog (Thank you for providing a really great free pattern for the world, Joanna!)
I embroidered the patches on my Bernina. The hat pictured is from Simplicity 5316.




Garment Type
Cotton, Knits/Jersey


Stardust Shoes

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    Oct 14, 2010, 02.14 PMby rchavez215

    Super cute!! I love it. You did a great job, creative and cool! what else a little boy would ask for!

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    Oct 13, 2010, 06.56 PMby gaviccaabri

    so cute! I thinks someone’s mama and dada are going to be so happy with these

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    Oct 13, 2010, 04.43 PMby niña blanca

    So sweet….I love them! ;)

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    Oct 13, 2010, 04.39 PMby soaringviola

    Oh, how lovely! And just in the right moment – a collegue from office just got her first baby two days ago and I was just thinking what I could sew for the little one :-) Just a question: Your ones look much softer and comfortable than the original – did you used very thick fusible lining or is it just the fabric? Thanks for helping :-)

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      Oct 13, 2010, 07.53 PMby charith

      The striped fabric is kind of like a quilted sweatshirt fabric. And it’s stretchy. It has pretty big ribs which are stuffed with cotton. The fabric I used didn’t need batting because it’s already so thick and warm. (And super soft.) But the pattern requires a lining to finish the edges around the ankle. So except for the soles, I didn’t use any batting, I just used some charcoal colored knit for the lining.
      Hope that helps! Let me know if it’s unclear.

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    Oct 13, 2010, 03.11 PMby Laura Jane

    cutest little booties that i ever did see lool xx

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    Oct 13, 2010, 02.38 PMby kjbuff

    ADORABLE! I may be ripping off these little ones.

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    Oct 13, 2010, 10.14 AMby lie

    so cute!

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    Oct 13, 2010, 08.52 AMby zaarissima

    Oh I love this shoes!

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    Oct 13, 2010, 08.36 AMby robygiup


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    Oct 13, 2010, 05.11 AMby candicej

    So cute! I love the stripes and the “left”, “right” – very amusing :-)

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