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Fringe Baby Boots || Free PDF Pattern

Fringe Baby Boots || Free PDF Pattern

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  1. Beth

    Oh my!!!! These are precious and You are so talented! I am also so glad that I have two girls that are your girls sizes!!! Yippeeeeeeee!

    1. mm

      So how did you get the pattern? The only link I could find said page not available?

      1. Sherri

        Same is there an updated link?

  2. mariah

    The has some great leather, too! Thanks so much for this tutorial, I have been wanting boots for my little girl, and since I work with leather for handbags…. perfection! Making these this afternoon!

  3. Erin

    These are just too cute! Thank you so much for sharing.

  4. Verna

    These are sooo adorable!!

  5. Bestbusdriver

    Is it ok if I make these to sell at a craft show?

    1. Shauna

      Yes you can sell any item you make.

  6. Tanya

    These look gorgeous, great work, I make leather shoes and have a suggestion, I find that a Teflon sewing foot means I don’t have to go too slow on the “grabby” suede as it slides nicely and when the foot is only about 10 dollars it’s not a huge investment

  7. Anne

    Ohhhhh those are the cutest!!! I’ve got a Craft Gossip post scheduled for tomorrow morning that links to your pattern:

  8. ArIanna

    When sewing the top part of the boot to the sole, i wasn’t able to sew over the parts of the top part that were sewn together like where the toe piece meets the leg piece or where the leg pieces meets together in the back. Any suggestions?

  9. sjoukje

    Would love to make these put can’t find the pdf patern? Hope you can help me thanks a lot

    1. ArIanna

      Read the entire posting, the link is towards the top. There’s only the one size though and the sole doesn’t match up right with the top part.

      1. newmom29

        I had the same problem with the sole and top part not matching up. Am i doing something wrong?

        1. Lorri

          the reason why it seems as though they don’t match is because just as a sleeve needs to be “eased” into the armhole, so does the top toe part need to be eased into the sole. Research “how to ease one part of a pattern into another smaller part.” I hope that helps for next time. Remember, sewing is a journey and a process, you can’t do it all at once.

        2. mandee

          I had the same prob. I kinda fixed it by sewing the toe piece to main piece 5/8 seam and the back seam 1/2. I kept the sole to top part 3/8 and it worked out. Hope this helps 🙂

  10. cassie

    OMG, these are so cute. So I didn’t have a spare piece of leather hanging around my craft closet but I did have some old pillow covers in a fake wine colored suede. I made these in less than 3 hours and best part. Free, I didn’t have to buy anything for them thanks to your great patteren. I did add two layers of fleece to protect her feet from the cold sidewalks. Thank you so much for posting these. I did make one size up from your pattern size by printing at 115%.

  11. valerie

    Adorable! Wish I could do them in a size 10 fir my toddler 🙂 she has huge feet lol

  12. Stephanie

    These are absolutely adorable!!
    Thank you so much for the free tutorial and pattern! It is greatly appreciated by me and I’m sure many others as well. Can’t wait to sew up a pair or two for my granddaughter.

    thanx again!

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  14. Karina

    These are adorable! The fabric you used for the lining; I just used for little girl leggings 🙂 So fun!

  15. Ashley

    If I were to size these up (maybe adding an inch to the foot length) where else would I need to add length? Thank you!

  16. Rachel

    I LOVE this pattern and would love to try it but when i click on the link to the pattern nothing comes up? was also wondering if anyone has tried making them wee little, for baby size feet?

    1. Rebecca

      I haven’t BUT I am desperate to!!! They would look adorable on tiny feet!!!

  17. francis

    I can’t find the pattern also, every time i click on the link I get nothing???

  18. Kathy

    First time replying – ever, but… You have the best site! I love that you share your patterns. It took me a few tries to remember my password for “My Craftsy” site to download the pattern; however, I am now ready to begin making boots for my grandson. Thanks for all your hard work.

  19. Alisha

    I have a question is the pelt 9×9 inside and the Half circle what is the length of it

  20. Sinantya Saputro

    Hi, thank you for the pattern and inspiration. I made this version and I think they turned out cute!

  21. Shortymomma

    I think I’m going to try and replicate your pattern to shrink it for my 5 month old, and since she doesn’t walk yet, I think I’m going to try it in fleece.

  22. Beth Mikkelsen

    The link for the pattern doesn’t work. Anyway you could send it to me?

  23. Sonja

    Hi, didn’t you have this pattern for larger sizes before? I’d like to make them for my grandaughter

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