Oh So Cuddly Baby Boot Pattern

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Oh So Cuddly Baby Boot Pattern Pattern


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Sewing: Oh So Cuddly Baby Boot Pattern
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic sewing skills

Pattern Description:

No one will be as cute as your baby while wearing these cuddly warm boots. Easy three piece pattern makes up in less than an hour. Boot instructions are quick to follow and You choose the fabrics so you can create a pair to go with every outfit. Make great new arrival and shower gifts too!

Boots are fully lined and can be made with warm, soft polar fleece. The back of the boot opens up so you can quickly slide your babies foot inside with an easy to adjust velcro closing. The criss-cross ties hold the boot gently on those little wiggly feet.

Pattern for the boots fit foot length 3.75", 4.25", 4.50", 5".

These boots are perfect for winter outings or going to family gatherings this holiday season. Your baby will top the fashion world wearing these adorable quick-to-sew boots!

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Pattern for the boots fit foot length 3.75", 4.25", 4.50", 5"


  • 1/4 yd - Cotton Chenille
  • 1/4 yd - Polar Fleece
  • 2 yds - Suede or Satin Lacing
  • 10" - Hook and loop fastener

You Will Also Need:

  • Matching thread

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Hi! Thanks for visiting! My name is Helen, and I absolutely LOVE to sew, crochet and have lots of fun crafting! I have been sewing and creating since I was only five years old. Back then I would sit for hours and hours making the tiniest dresses for all my little dolls and trolls. Later, when I had children of my own I would make lots of pretty dresses, jammies and toys for each of them - ...

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