The cutest little booties!

Adorable animal baby shoes

 
 
So many of my friends are having babies at the moment, which means I have started to explore sewing for kids which was never something that interested me before. However, like anything miniature, kids clothes can be super cute!
A few months back I came across this pattern from Twig
and Tale and just thought they were so adorable, I had to buy it.

 

 

 

One of the great things about making clothes for little people is that they are great scrap busters,
they use hardly any fabric. However, I used making these as an excuse to use bits of the super lovely
quilting cottons that Samantha has in stock. I used a cotton and steel one for the soles and a lovely
floral Dashwood cotton for the body and some scraps for face and lining. There are loads of different
animal options for these shoes but I decided to make the bunny version and how cute are they?

 

 

 

I’ve made these for an 18 month old and since at 18 months the baby will probably be mobile, I used
this liquid latex product to add grip to the soles. I had never heard of this kind of product before but
it’s really clever. You just draw it on to a bit of fabric and leave to dry and it creates a textured non-
slip surface. I followed the pattern on the fabric with the liquid. You really don’t need much.

Thanks to Samantha Claridge Studios for the fabric and supplies which were gifted to me, all opinions are my own.
I hope the baby likes her new shoes!