Free Baby Bootie & Shoe Patterns - 18 designs
18 of the best free Baby Bootie & Shoe Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
Sew baby booties and shoes with this collection of eighteen adorable free baby bootie & shoe patterns gathered
from all over the web.

Try whipping up a cute pair of booties for your next baby shower, and have fun embellishing the booties with
colorful trims. And if baby is walking, consider making the sole of the bootie or shoe from a non-slip material such
as leather. And if you do decide to make your shoes from leather, suede, or vinyl, be sure to use a thicker needle
in your sewing machine which will be able to pierce through the thicker leather, suede, or vinyl more easily.

And because they’re so small, sewing a pair of fabric baby shoes can be a great way to use up scraps of fabric you
may have leftover from other projects. But because the fabric pieces for baby booties are so small, be especially
accurate when cutting out your fabric pieces, because a piece that’s cut just a little bit off – just inside or outside
of the cutting line can greatly affect the size of your finished booties.
Note: Clicking any of the following links will take you to another website unless otherwise indicated.
Note: An asterisk (*) next to a project indicates that it's a PDF file.
Baby Boots
Molly Chicken
Cloth Baby Shoes*
Great Turtle
Baby Shoes
Goosie Girls
Felt Baby Shoes
Martha Stewart
Bitty Booties*
Heather Baily Designs
Tacky Baby Shoes
Tacky Living
Wool Felt Baby
Gleason's Fine Woolies
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*Patterns marked with an asterisk (*) indicate a PDF file.
The Mila Baby Shoe
Fleeting Thing
Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: When sewing through elastic, remember to use a
ballpoint or stretch needle in your
machine, just as you would with any stretchy fabric, to help prevent skipped stitches.

Tip #2: When sewing snaps onto lightweight fabric, consider sewing a piece of interfacing or
stabilizer behind the snap to help reinforce it.

Tip #3: When cutting out a small or an intricate pattern piece, consider rough-cutting around the
piece first to free it from the surrounding fabric, then do your more detailed cutting.
Baby Ballet Shoes
The Sewing Rabbit
Baby Boots
Mama Says Sew
Flower Sandals
Make It Love It
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