DIY: How to Make Fabric Baby Shoes


Along with the daffodils and warmer weather, those baby shower invitations that keep popping up in mailboxes are sure signs that spring has arrived. If you’re looking for a handmade shower gift idea, baby shoes can be a wonderful present to make for the next new baby in your life.

And I’m excited to announce that my beautiful daughter and her husband will be welcoming a new baby into their family in May.🙂

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I think it’s true what they say-

“There’s really nothing quite so sweet as tiny little baby feet”.

But these tiny little baby shoes have to be right up there on the “sweet-o-meter.”

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The process is fairly simple and you can see the entire tutorial by clicking here.

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I hope you had a chance to check out yesterday’s “Tutu-orial” .

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Enjoy your Sunday!

Beth

For more refashion inspiration:

You really can make a maxi dress in fifteen minutes!

About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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9 Responses to DIY: How to Make Fabric Baby Shoes

  1. Barbara Ely says:

    I love the baby shoes. A good way to use up those little scaps of fabric you can’t throw away because they are too great. I think of the bows and cute buttons one could put on them, too! Maybe buttons aren’t so good, unless they are way to young to get their feet in their mouth……or you could cement them on! Ha! It just came to me one doesn’t see buttons on younger children’s clothes, do you!

  2. Sandy says:

    These are adorable! Congratulations on the upcoming birth of your grandbaby! Aren’t grandchildren the best?!

  3. Niecy says:

    As soon as I get my camera Im posting my pics oft projects I’ve created from the wonderfull ideas from this blog can’t wait🙂

  4. cathynd95 says:

    My friend just had a baby girl. How fortuitous that you posted this!

  5. stitchnsew says:

    i have to do this for my baby., such a cute shoes!

  6. Margie says:

    So cute. I live the fabrics you chose.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Wonderful glad I found your site.

  8. Terrie Steffensen says:

    Sooooo cute! My daughter just had a baby girl. will get busy on some of these. Thank you so much for sharing.

  9. Gina Wallrich says:

    I love your web site, I just started sew and I might be able to do some!!

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