Keep those little feet happy in a pair of Tiny Toes Soft Sole Shoes! This is a quick and easy sew and makes a great beginner project. Pattern includes tips for working with leather.
The Tiny Toes Soft Sole Shoes Pattern includes 4 views:
View A: contrast trim
View B: basic
View C: lined
View D: bows
PDf Sewing Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. All pattern pieces are computer generated.
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You may sell moccasins made with this pattern. You may not copy, resell, or redistribute the pattern in any form.
Leather for this pattern was generously provided by Peggy Sue Also
Posted by Rene Watt on 22nd Jul 2016
Typo in my review, should read "3 thread narrow serged finish"
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Jul 2016
Great pattern and love the full range of sizes! However if sewing these slippers in fabric they have too many raw edges. I modified the pattern by increasing each end of the heel piece 3/8", then pressing under the added 3/8" and top stitching it in place. This creates a nice finished edge at the centre front for the elastic channel. Before I pressed under the added 3/8" parts I finished the curved edges of the heel piece with a narrow 3 thread served finish. I also stitched a tiny zigzag stitch in a rectangle around the slits in the toe lining to reinforce them. Or you could just do a tiny buttonhole.
Posted by Raven D. on 6th Mar 2015
I was so excited to try this pattern when I saw the sizes since my little ones have huge feet but need the soft soles (my 9 month old wears size 4!). So I purchased and had to actually make 2 pair to get it "right" but even then the unfinished edge of the heel portion does not finish them nice and neat like I was hoping for. I had imagined a much neater completed project. They work for the intended purpose but when my friends ask me to make them some I refrain because of how unfinished they look. May need a combination of the comfy cosy slipper and this pattern for a neater project. It was very easy to follow along and the instructions were very clear. Only took me about 45 minutes a pair so the sew time was great!
Posted by Chelsi Biehl on 22nd Jan 2015
This is one of the fastest, most professional sews ever!!! Love the look and they work great on my baby!