This model is sewn with invisible stitches from the inside and from the outside with a soft cushioning inside of the shoe. I design this pattern with drapery detail that is assembled together with a string and finished with two wooden pearls; that way we get a lot of space for moving little fingers. It could be finished also with a bow. The shoes have at the heel a tongue, so it is easy to put them in the little feet. They also have unseen elastic at the heel, so the opening of the shoe is a little bigger.

Take time and watch the video, and leave me a comment, thanks.

PS, the pattern is here:
or here:

Technique Materials

Video Tutorial, and pdf. pattern with a lot of photo instructions step-by-step photos.

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    May 28, 2011, 01.31 AMby Donna Passmore

    you make that look so easy. thank you the little shoes are adorable

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    Apr 9, 2011, 07.47 PMby foteini

    Thank you for detailed video. Love it!

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    Apr 9, 2011, 11.52 AMby Douli Bee


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    Apr 8, 2011, 11.22 PMby frostypops

    Lovely shoes!! Will attempt these, my daughter is only 2.5 months old so I would hopefully have managed to make a pair by the time she starts walking :)

    Thank you for the video!

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      Apr 9, 2011, 06.12 PMby mikmik

      My little one is the same age, and I didn’t make the shoes for her either :). I prefer to have something like pants with the feet together. But for the learning walking I think it is great project, because these shoes are soft and it is almost like bare food walking. If I buy shoes they are almost always too hard, or they are to expensive. And I love to make new patterns for my little ones, so stay tuned on my blog (

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