Photo of Janice Holden

Oh, So Coco!

from LYTM - Love You the Most!
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Oh, So Coco!
Oh, So Coco! Oh, So Coco! Pillow
Oh, So Coco! Pattern Layout
Oh, So Coco! Color Print

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should be comfortable with applique, quilting and sewing

Pattern Description:

If you love shoes and fashion, you will truly love Oh, So Coco! This is one of a series of shoe applique designs I created to share my love of shoes with other craftsy fashionistas. Each design combines applique, quilting and three-dimensional accents.

Oh, So Coco! is a spectator T-strap pump, inspired by the style of fashion icon Coco Chanel.

Other shoe designs include:
Over the Rainbow - a sky high wedge sandal with an ankle tie...bright, boho fun!
Meeow! - a spike-heeled Cheetah mule with a hot pink maribou accent...very chic
Fashionista - a peep-toe platform pump with a satin bow accent...a little disco, a lot of style!

These designs are not only stylish, they are so much fun to make! The pattern and instructions will walk you through creating a fabulous home decor accent - just like mine, or with your own flair and sense of style.

8-page instruction book includes basic guidelines for using the applique to make a pillow or wall hanging, plus a bonus page for coloring that can be traced for painting!

Make one or more of these adorable shoe designs today!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Applique - 6 1/2"w x 4 3/4"h
  • Pillow or wall hanging - 14" square


  • Center Panel fabric - 9"w x 7 1/4"h
  • Batting - 16" square
  • Small pieces of fabric for applique
  • Muslin for quilted top backing - 10"w x 8"h
  • Fabric for backing and 'frame' - 1/2 yd

You Will Also Need:

  • Metallic Chain (appx 6") - optional
  • Gold or Silver Button (appx 1/2") - optional
pdf Digital Download


Home Decor
Need help? Visit our Help Center »

Have you made this pattern?

Share with the Craftsy community.

About the designer

Design is such a huge part of my life - painting, sewing, making tile, cooking, and more. There are so many ways to bring design to life, and learning new techniques and exploring new materials is ...

Read More »
View all patterns by designer (16) »