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Little Red Riding Boots {Free PDF Pattern}

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  1. Mareike

    Oh, this is so great. I've been looking for a real bootie tutorial for so long! Thanks so much!!!

  2. Leslie Anne

    Those boots are so stinking cute I think I'm going to have to make some right now. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Revil Raphaelle

    Thank you so much for the great tutorial. Unfortunately, I can not open the pattern. Any idea?

  4. Elisabetta

    this is adorable, thank you so much for sharing with us…<br />I wish my kids were still so little to wear them ^_^

  5. Sofia

    Brillant! I&#39;m going to add it to my &quot;favourite-links&quot; list. Thank you for sharing.

  6. Елена

    Это очень полезно, спасибо)

  7. The Dreamer

    Fantastic- I am going to make these right away for a friend who&#39;s having a baby . Thank you ever so much for sharing the pattern !

  8. LittleElf

    amazing boots, thanks for pattern

  9. laura

    I made these! Actually, I made two pair… My wee one is in a weird not 0-3 but not 3-6 size, so I initially made the larger pair, which were much too big on her, so I made a smaller pair. I love this pattern and got tons of compliments on the boots! The first pair I made, I used cotton for the in and outside, so I used an interfacing to give it more structure. The second pair, I used more of a

    1. Ashley S.

      Laura, when you used cotton to make a pair of these did you serge or zigzag the edges? I am trying to decide what type of fabric would be best. Thanks.

  10. Nancy P. Garita Jim.

    OMG!!! these are so beautiful… wish i could have a 17 years old pattern!!! any way, my cousin is 9 months and she&#39;s gonna love ´em

  11. liberty

    I just made some! THANK YOU for sharing this pattern free, I had been looking for one similar to the Zutano ankle snap booties and was in despair of ever finding one when I happened across this. I have shared it with my pregnant/baby-having friends as well. Here is a link to a pic of the ones I made, from scraps of my older daughters&#39; clothes.<br /><br /><br /><

  12. vered

    Thanks for sharing! I&#39;ll give this a try 🙂

  13. foufymaus

    *waves* Hi! I just made these adorable booties today! I used suede and white canvas with a pink cotton for the lining. I tried to have it mimic a traditional Navajo Moccasins, they turned out pretty awesome! Thanks for the pattern.:<br /><br />;l=8bf1524dc0

  14. ardiana

    Tq for ur share dear. I looking forawd to this tutorial. I will like to try once i get a nice fabric.

  15. Liz

    Ya know when the kids are in bed and it’s real late and you’re debating between getting some sleep and sewing? That was me tonight, but I got a new machine for my birthday and I couldn’t wait to try out your tutorial! The booties that I made are so cute!! I used corduroy for the outside to make them look more manly for my son. He has fat feet and I can’t find shoes to fit him anywhere! All the other kids in the play group will be so jealous! Thank you!

  16. Catherine

    How much seam allowance did you leave? I left 1/4″ and the 3-6 month shoes came out so tiny—like newborn size. Are the rest of you leaving less seam allowance?

  17. Beccy

    Hi – I just made some of these for a gift, using cotton. I’m a real beginner, but I got there in the end. Putting it all together and machining round the heel was a bit challenging for me, but I got there. Thanks.

    Would have posted a pic but I don’t know how 🙂

  18. Nicolle

    Love! I just made a pair, and I absolutely love them, turned out so cute! I posted picture on my Instagram @niquiunique

  19. Becky

    I just downloaded the pdf and am excited to make these booties for my little pumpkin! Thanks for the pattern! 🙂

  20. Kathleen M Denne

    Do you have a free pattern for baby cowboy boots? I have been looking for one I can sew.

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