This video is a continuation of the T-strap baby shoes tutorial. In the first video, we showed how you can sew suede T-strap shoes with a cotton lining and a metal fastener using our pattern.
However, in this tutorial there is a bonus: we show 2 more ways of fastening. Since not everyone loves metal fittings on children's things and it may be difficult to get the necessary fittings, we suggested the simplest ways of fastening - these are Velcro and a button. This time we sew shoes from cotton fabric and additionally seal the details with woven interfacing. So that the finished shoes keep their shape.
T-STRAP BABY SHOES Pattern:
Finished sizes: from 8 cm to14 cm sole length/ from 3.3 inches to 5.5 inches/ from 0 to 24 months
The main fabric or suede:
From 10 inches* 12 inches (25 cm*30 cm) To 12 inches * 20 inches (30 cm * 50 cm) depending on shoes size In suede shoes design I use genuine sheep suede 0.6-0.8 mm thickness
Similar dimensions for lining material: From 10 inches* 12 inches (25 cm*30 cm) To 12 inches * 20 inches (30 cm * 50 cm) depending on shoes size In fabric shoes design I use organic cotton
Interfacing: From 10 inches* 25 inches (25 cm*60 cm) To 12 inches * 40 inches (25 cm * 100 cm) depending on shoes size
¼’ Elastic ribbon 2 inches (5 cm)
Metal clasp and hook
Leather Hole punch
Pattern available in ENGLISH. This pattern is designed to be printed on A4 (21 cm x 29,7 cm) and Letter 8.5-11 inches.
This pattern is available to order on my Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/listing/840178098/instant-download-t-strap-baby-shoes?ref=shop_home_active_14
If you have any questions at all along the way please leave a comment and I'll be happy to answer. I think it is for the advanced level of craftsmen. But the main difficulty lies in the painstaking sewing of the lining and turning it inside out. The rest of the steps are quite simple and accessible to a beginner. Hope y'all enjoy.
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