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« on: July 14, 2010 11:34:54 AM »

I wanted to make some baby shoes that would cover her feet but would still allow her to move her foot naturally so I used this pattern: http://stardustshoes.blogspot.com/2006/10/cloth-shoe-pattern.html  They are cute shoes but the pattern is for 0-6 months and my daughter is 11 months and walking so adjustments were made. I will have to do more adjusting for the next pair now that I know what needs to be different. I used an old tank top for the upper pieces and inside of the sole because the fabric had a bit of a stretch, breath-ability and was soft. The soles are from my husband's old uniform doubled up for added protection and durability. I used some sparkly 3D fabric paint on the soles for traction. I added a bow to make them a bit more "girly". I definitely learned a lot while making them and I can't wait to make some more!



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