February 2 ~ FQ Project of the Day

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Baby Shoes
Japanese Alligators Baby Booties by Jennifer, Jennifer Ladd

Jennifer, one of our newest board members, makes some pretty cute baby shoes. She writes, “The baby booties were made with a fat quarter of Japanese fabric. They are lined with a soft white flannel. They look so cute on a baby’s little feet, and I love that they are gender-neutral.”

Other baby shoes we love. For related tutorials try here, here and here.

Share your kiddo shoe/booties/slippers links in the comments below, or point us to related tutorials and inspiration.

Have some fun with Fat Quarters! We’re giving away fat quarter packs all month long. Comment anytime this week to win one of 8 fat quarter packs (6 fat quarters per pack). This week’s FQ giveaway pack prints are predominantly… Orange!

Add pictures of your fat quarter projects to our Sew,Mama,Sew! photo pool. Share your stash photos in our Fabric Stash & Storage pool.

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256 Responses to February 2 ~ FQ Project of the Day

  1. Vickie says:

    I really want this fabric! Does anyone know where I can buy it?

  2. tanya says:

    lofe it! Where can I buy this fabric?

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  4. Alisha says:

    I love alligators. I have been searching for alligator fabric.It is difficult to find. Very cute.

  5. Lara says:

    I was going to point you to these – http://family-centered.com/needleworks/soft-baby-shoes/comment-page-2/#comment-4064

    But it looks like the creator has already been here :)

    I have made a few different types, and I prefer Michelle’s pattern – simple to make, and a great result, even for a novice like me.

  6. Kim Shirley says:

    Oh! I have to try these – how sweet!

  7. you have a lot of comments

  8. Sarah says:

    Can you say cute?! These are great! LOVE the fabric!

  9. Ali says:

    These shoes are super cute, even cuter than baby shoes normally are!

  10. Meaghen N. says:

    I’m making those booties tomorrow! Thanks so much.

  11. Shelley C says:

    Now these are just too cute! I’ve gotta try these!

  12. Robin says:

    I simply MUST make these for my little boy. Thank you!!

  13. Lori Weinberg says:

    My friend’s baby is due this month. Can’t wait to make some booties!

  14. Regina Scott Brooks says:

    Those booties are so cute it almost makes me wish for a little one again, almost :) Those little aligators are calling to me. Right now I am in an orange phase.

  15. Jenn says:

    cute cute cute

  16. Jenn M says:

    These are such a cute idea!

  17. Lisa says:

    I adore these little booties, great also for teaching big brother or sister ‘orange’ and ‘alligator’!! Such a smart and practical addition – these would be a great shower gift too. I am continously amazed by the creativity of your staff and all of the designers in blogland as well. Thank you for featuring this project.

  18. Emily says:

    I need a baby to make these for! Very sweet, would be great in leece for the chillier months too! Thanks to everyone for sharing the tutorials!

  19. Drea says:

    That fabric is amazing. I think I’ll try to makes this for my god-daughter.

  20. Heidi says:

    Awesome. LOVE the fabric! Hooray for gender neutral! There are so many fun colours in the world, why should babies be stuck with only blue and pink?

  21. Judy D. says:

    this fabric is wonderful! i made a pair of these and was amazed by how easy they were – i even managed to make them the same size as each other…

  22. Jodie says:

    I want these. The little alligators! The orange! I just love these!

  23. Shauna says:

    Those are adorable! I can’t wait to make some for my new little one coming this summer.

  24. Em says:

    Absolutely adorable! The tutorial links are great – I’ve been inspired to try making a pair for my nephew…

  25. Leigh says:

    Those are ridiculously cute! I wonder how hard it would be to size them up into slippers for my 4 year old?

  26. Jennifer says:

    Ahhhh!! How cute are these??! Almost enough reason right there to have another baby… :)

  27. Ronda says:

    I am so in love with that alligator fabric.

  28. Sara L. says:

    Love these booties, the alligators are amazing. Yay for fat quarters!

  29. Beth says:

    These are adorable! I can’t wait to try some. Thanks for the links to tutorials!

  30. Michelle says:

    These are adorable! They make me want another baby just so I have a reason to make them!

  31. rebecca billington says:

    yeah! orange is the best! And orange baby booties…AHHHHHH…

  32. Cami says:

    These are so cute, and great that you can use a fat quarter for them.

  33. Chantal says:

    I love those booties – I have been inspired to try making a pair.

  34. Ali says:

    I love these. Too cute!

  35. gatorgirl4325 says:

    That project could *not* be any cuter!!!

  36. Sheridan says:

    Oh I think I need to make some of these!

  37. Barbara York says:

    I love these little shoes and with a new grandbaby on the way I will have to make several. Love your blog and all your posts.

  38. Sarah Lee says:

    So cute!!!

  39. Carol says:

    I loooove this booties! so cute.

  40. Kate says:

    Wow those are absolutely adorable!

  41. Valerie says:

    Those are so sweet! Definitely want to attempt a pair!

  42. Karen says:

    I’ve used the stardust shoes pattern for many pairs of these. I love the orange with the alligators. Too cute!

    You can also size up the pattern but you have to use jiffy grip on the soles so the littles wont slip.

  43. Jessica says:

    I love the shoes! Thank you for inspiring me!

  44. Britney C. says:

    Those are adorable! They would be perfect for my 8 month old who doesn’t like to wear shoes. Thanks for the idea! So cute!

  45. Tammy :) says:

    These are too cute and are definitely going on my “things to make for a baby shower” list!

  46. Rachel says:

    I just love these and I’ve been looking for a baby bootie pattern/tutorial! Thank you so much for posting these!

  47. Janet says:

    Those booties are so cute! I can hardly wait to make some of them!

  48. Kristen says:

    I just love those little alligators!

  49. Shanna says:

    These are adorable! I love the fabric!!

  50. Liz says:

    oh, my. the cuteness is killer. and so easy!

  51. lynn whelan says:

    what a tease! i thought there would be a pattern and/or tutorial too. these are just too cute!

  52. wendy says:

    Those are adorable! I’m actually making a pair right now for a friend who’s due to give birth in the next few weeks :)

  53. RobinE says:

    Those shoes are just too cute. I love the wonderful orange crocodile fabric too. And what a great way to use a fat quarter. I never would have thought of that!

  54. jessica says:

    Love these shoes, and that fabric just tops it off! what a perfect gift for a baby!

  55. Christine says:

    Those are SOOO adorable!! I have so many friends who either just had a baby or are pregnant, these will make fantastic gifts!

  56. Liliana says:

    I think this is going to be my next project for my daughter!

  57. ashley says:

    i am new to sewing and all this fabric speak, but i love these booties and am dying to get good enough at stitching to create a replica for my baby’s little feet! i would love to be entered to win some fat quarters!

  58. Karen says:

    I have to try these!!! My best friend recently had a baby, and I know her little toes would love it!

  59. Autumnesf says:

    Love these! Where’s the pattern??

  60. Mary Ann M says:

    I’m going to have to get busy sewing some of these cute slippers!

  61. love the little booties, my next door neighbour is due in May and I MUST make a pair for her baby, boy or girl, orange will work fine.

    Margaret

  62. Sandy says:

    I’ve made a couple pairs of baby shoes using the first tutorial listed above, and I’m planning on making another pair soon for a co-worker who is expecting mid-March.

  63. Joy says:

    I love all of the ideas popping up on here for my fat quarters!

  64. ran says:

    I have GOT to make some of these booties…..and orange would look so good on my little red haired grandson!

  65. Stacy says:

    Those are so cute. I made shoes like those for my little ones when they were babies with leather on the soles so they could use them in place of shoes. So much cheaper than the popular brands of soft soled shoes and so much better for the little ones’ feet! Thanks for sharing! I can’t wait to see what else is in store for us!

  66. Sara says:

    These are adorable!

  67. Christine Bolin says:

    Cute shoes! But, living in Florida I would Love to find some alligator fabric.

  68. April says:

    Cute material! I recently made some baby shoes and found they were super easy to make for how small they are. I used flannel for both in the inside and outside, and recycled an old leather jacket of mine for the soles.

  69. Stéphanie says:

    Hi to all, talking here from France !!!
    I just love your blog… and love those cute booties. I have been wanting to make those but I can’t seem to find the time !!!!!!
    Keep going with the great job !!

  70. adrienne says:

    I just love these booties! Thanks, Jennifer and SMS ladies! Several of my friends are expecting and these will be great additions to their gift sets.
    =]

  71. Nikki W says:

    Can’t wait to make these and see the four 8-month-old-feet in my house (…. yes, I have twins!!!)… wearing these. Thanks for sharing ideas.

  72. Lisa H says:

    As a newbie sewing fan I have always seen those beautiful stacks of fat quarters and not known what to do with them! I am really looking forward to the inspiration this month :)

  73. Bridget says:

    Those alligators are so cute! and gender neutral for when you don’t know the sex of the baby

  74. Caroline says:

    wow, those are so cute. I am definitely making those next time we have a babe of age to wear booties in the family.

  75. Baba says:

    Just adorable. Not that you need anymore comments! LOL. I do love the booties.

  76. Lisa says:

    I love fat quarters–pick me!!

  77. Clara says:

    I love these. I’m totally making them for my cousins first baby.

  78. Robin says:

    SO cute. I was going to be making a bunch of baby quilts (it seems everyone I know is preggo), but I might be making these instead.

  79. Serena says:

    So cute! I love orange for babies!

  80. Arizona says:

    These are great! And timely since today is my twins’ 2nd birthday!

  81. Lutra says:

    These booties are really cute, and just in time for the upcoming slew of babies soon to arrive.
    With just a fat quarter I’ll be able to make a half dozen for all the babies on my list!
    I bet that with the little bit of extra left overI could whip up a cute burpie to match… you can never have too many of those around with a little one!

  82. Rachel Kleinschmidt says:

    such cute booties!! love the color and print!

  83. Beth says:

    These booties are so cute! I love the orange alligator fabric. This month of fat quarter sewing will be fun… Thanks!

  84. v and co says:

    i love love love fat quarters. as a matter of fact that’s all i used to buy when i first started sewing and have gradually moved into buying more than just that!

  85. Annika says:

    What a perfect fabric choice!

  86. Hannah says:

    Sooo cute. Every baby needs atleast 10 pair :)

  87. Kimberly says:

    My daughter told me I should buy her those shoes. I tried explaining that they were baby shoes (she’s 5) but she said that I can just make them in her size…
    I love fat quarters, such a great way to get some fun prints without breaking the bank.

  88. valerie watt says:

    wow….love them …have 2 little ones that I would love to make them for….a new grandson , and a great niece…is there a tutorial or pattern…..thanks

  89. Anna says:

    OOO i love these! I don’t have any little ones yet, but I fully intend on making some of these when I have some kids of my own. What a super shower gift too!!! It would be fantastic to make a baby quilt with little booties to match.

  90. Julie says:

    Love the orange print.

  91. JaneR says:

    A good idea like this just gets the creativity flowing doesn’t it? Simple, versatile and home made. Yes!

  92. Mary says:

    I just made a pair of these a few weeks ago for a coworkers baby shower.

  93. Michelle says:

    Oh I love orange, and everything that rhymes with orange too.

  94. Marcia says:

    I was just making Star Dust baby shoes before I logged on tonight. It made me smile to find them the main attraction! They are a big hit with friends and family.

  95. Lynn says:

    I would love to try my hand at these! Too cute!

  96. Elizabeth says:

    I love baby booties. I have made shoes and a matching bib from two coordinating fat quarters. So cute.

  97. Jeannine says:

    I love these baby booties. I wish I had these tutorials (and knew how to sew) when my toddler was an infant.

  98. Libby says:

    Those baby shoes are so adorable. And I love orange.

  99. Clever Karen says:

    So tiny and so sweet!

  100. Cathy says:

    What fun! My grandson must have some new shoes.

  101. Robin in New Jersey says:

    I made two pairs of these for my first grandbaby. They came out much longer and narrower than pictured here. My daughter said they didn’t stay on the baby’s feet. Any tips?

  102. linda p says:

    i love these and was JUST telling my sister how i could make some for my nephew. perfect timing!

  103. Courtney Hipp says:

    Adorable booties! Love the alligator fabric, too.

  104. Ingrid says:

    I love the alligators! I’ve made one pair of those shoes already and they were a hit at a baby shower!

  105. Emily S says:

    Oh, i love them! I’ve got a baby on the way and definitely have to try these out!

  106. abby says:

    YAY! I’ve been waiting for Fat Quarter Month! I’ve got such a huge stash of these and I never know what to do with them…this is going to be a fun sewing month and I’ll be starting with the booties. Too cute!

  107. amy says:

    Cute! I should make some of these for my friend who just had a baby!

  108. mary says:

    My husband has a double baby shower for work to go to next weekend! Let’s see if I can get some of these made…. :-)

  109. Kate M. says:

    Trying to figure out which of my fat quarters would look cutest on my baby cousin’s feet right now.

  110. Pamela says:

    These shoes are beautiful

  111. Paula in NH says:

    Those shoes are adorable. I have a grandson arriving in April. I may have to make him a few pairs of booties.

  112. Angela C. says:

    Those baby shoes are so cute. I would love to win some fat quarters to work with.

    accoupons at gmail dot com

  113. Stacey says:

    A family friend just had a baby! I can’t wait to make these for her!

  114. Lisa says:

    i love ideas for making things with a FQ. Cute baby slippers are a project to remember.

  115. Sue Cahill says:

    Those booties are too cute, I wish my grandchildren were yonger so I could make them some.

  116. stefanie says:

    What a great way to use Japanese fabric. While i love the stuff I cant always afford large amounts of yardage of it!

  117. Deb says:

    definitely going to have to try that one, thank you!

  118. Deb says:

    Definitely going to have to try that one. Thanks so much.

  119. Mickie Meyers says:

    Thanks for the great Idea.

  120. BCQuilter says:

    Those booties are soooo cute! I’m sure they’d be adorable on little footsies!

    -Alice

  121. Cindy says:

    I love these little shoes–Very sweet–I am thinking “could I make them smaller and have little baby doll shoes? I’m sure I could!”

  122. Joy says:

    Those are absolutely the cutest things! I will have to add that to my list of things to sew. :)

  123. kandice says:

    LoVE lOvE LOve them!

  124. Lorene says:

    Those are so cute!

    These are my favorite soft-soled baby shoes, plus the owner of this shop is super sweet:
    http://www.myminimocs.etsy.com

    Plus, on her other website she does a drawing every 90 days for a free pair! http://www.myminimocs.com/

  125. Jaime says:

    I just bought some yummy FQ this weekend. I cannot see all the projects!! My to-do list is growing!

  126. Michelle says:

    These shoes are SO cute. I love giving these kinds of gifts to new moms, and I’ll add these to my list. I love the fabric choice, too!

  127. jessica m says:

    Woah nelly. I love the Stardust Shoes pattern. Those look like some comfy shufflin’ shoes for a weekend at home. They look…frighteningly easy…I’m sure I’d screw them up somehow, but I’m bookmarking the tutorial anyway. ;)

  128. Barbara Anderson says:

    Love these…how cute to use seasonal fabrics and make a whole year’s worth for a shower present!

  129. Sara says:

    Those are too cute!!!

  130. Jennifer says:

    i’ve been looking for different baby booty ideas – i’ve got a baby quilt started for my new niece/nephew, but wanted to include booties too. thanks!!

  131. SarahB says:

    Adorable little booties!

  132. kathy h. says:

    I’ve got a brand new grand-niece to sew these for. Is there any more of the alligators? Such a cute small print for the shoes!

  133. Hannah says:

    ooooh, I’ve got four little baby feet to fill these shoes!

  134. Sonicka says:

    I am so excited about this month! I have very little time to sew, so the size of these projects really appeals to me! These shoes will be made for sure!

  135. Jan Houck says:

    I have a new grandchild who is due in 4 days. Guess I better get busy. Thanks.

  136. Erin says:

    Those are super-cute! I love the bright color.

  137. Anya T. says:

    These are adorable. Thanks for the info.

  138. Suzi says:

    I have been wanting to make some little shoes. These look great! I like the idea of using flannel on the inside that will make them so soft and comfy for the little one.

  139. Virginia says:

    Can’t wait to make a pari for Henry’s little toes!

  140. Megan says:

    Love her shoes! They are great!

  141. Liz says:

    Those are too cute- thanks for sharing another great idea.

  142. MamaBee says:

    Ooh, the cuteness! I’ll definitely have to make these.

  143. CodeCrafter says:

    So very very cute!

  144. jackie says:

    i love the fabric and the booties. martha stewart has an awsome pattern too.

  145. Ghibe says:

    VERY CUTE! I wonder if I could make them in a toddler size…

  146. Kathy says:

    That orange is rockin! I’m really looking forward to this fat quarter month. Keep ‘em coming.

  147. kate says:

    I LOVE these! I have tried making similar booties a few times for my little 3-month old girlie and I love them. And I love that this month is fat quarter month. My husband is still a student so I have a pretty strict budget for crafty love… When I spy a new or fun fabric print I usually can’t afford to get a lot of it… so I settle for a fat quarter and use it in a few projects, love fat quarters, they’re my best friends!!

  148. Aditi says:

    These are so freaking CUTE! And the fact that the fabric is adorable only makes them more desirable! Thanks for a month of FQ projects! I’m eager to see what is next!

  149. Alisa says:

    I’ve been looking for some baby shoes patterns! Thanks so much. I’m looking forward to more fat quarter projects.

  150. anja says:

    the shoe tutorials are very fun–thanks for the links.

  151. Amy says:

    I love these little shoes! The best thing about them is that they STAY ON! My daughter is two and she still wears “bigger” ones!

  152. Sally Mortenson says:

    Enjoy your blog every day. I made a pair of polka dot baby shoes- polka dots are, I believe, the happiest design.

    sally in st. paul

  153. Lindsay says:

    I love orange and I love all things baby crafts! I will definitely be trying to make these for my niece.

  154. Maria says:

    I’m looking forward to the fat quarter projects. I have some very nice ones in my stash just waiting for a purpose.

  155. Becky says:

    Those booties are so cute! I am always looking for cute baby gifts. I like that they have elastic- the booties I knit just don’t seem to stay on…

  156. Victoria says:

    I love these! They are so fun to make, too!

  157. molly says:

    Mom and baby need some of those!

  158. Beth says:

    The baby shoes are really cute if you make them from vintage linens and line them with flannel!

  159. barbara says:

    I’d love to win some fat quarters…the baby booties are adorable.
    Barbara

    almost empty nester blogspot.com

  160. jill m says:

    I’m loving this month! Fat quarters are a way for me to feed my fabric addiction yet keep my closet, budget and hubby happy. My second daughter LOVES the color orange…I’m sure I could really whip up something great for her with some orange quarters.

  161. Leslie says:

    I love these shoes and with a new nephew born over the weekend I think I’ll be making some little shoes soon!

  162. Annmarie says:

    those booties are cute! i love that y’all have a fat quarter section now.

  163. Margie says:

    Those little booties are so adorable. I know of a new little baby girl who would look sweet in a pair but probably in pink! Love the orange alligators though!!

  164. Melanie says:

    These are super cute, just like something I saw on Homemade by Jill’s blog. http://homemadebyjill.blogspot.com
    Is it the same tutorial??

  165. Amanda says:

    That alligator fabric is so cute! I’ve been meaning to try to make some baby shoes for a friend’s newborn. Perhaps this will motivate me…

  166. Rachel says:

    I love that print!! Those shoes are too cute!!

    TFS!
    Rachel

  167. Helena says:

    Love the booties. I used the star dust pattern, and have made my little girl three pair already and she is the talk of the nursery at church.

  168. Devon says:

    I have always loved fat quarters, but I have never bought them because I wasn’t sure what you could do with them, as I don’t quilt. I think next time I am at my fabric store I will buy a couple fq’s to make these baby booties for shower gifts.
    Thanks for sharing, this month will be fun.

  169. Jeannette says:

    I love making baby shoes for my little guy.

  170. becky says:

    Orange baby shoes are just the thing! i need to make some of these for my friend’s little one.

  171. Sam says:

    I love those alligator shoes. The inspiration and tutorials are great, so I must see have a go at these. I have a friend with a baby ;-)

  172. jodie says:

    Love that fabric!

  173. Joanna says:

    I love orange! great for spring projects. and goes really well in my kitchen…

  174. Amy says:

    Is there a tutorial for these booties?

  175. Pam says:

    I have a baby shower in two weeks and plan to whip a couple pair of these cute booties.

  176. Chassie says:

    Baby shoes are fun & easy to make! My little boy has a pair on right now!

  177. alisha says:

    I love baby shoes. And the fabric is so adorable!

  178. Amy says:

    I’m going to have to try these!

  179. Kelli says:

    Oh my, I need that Gator fabric. My son’s room is decorated with orange and blue for the University of Florida Gators! I am planning a Trip to Ireland quilt for his big boy bed and some orange fat quarters would be a big start! It’s like this post was written for me.
    Oh, and on a side note, one of my best friends from college is having a baby soon, and if I were to ship her those baby booties in gator fabric, she’d be ecstatic! I mean it’s like this post was so totally written for me! I’m downloading instructions as I type!
    Thanks for reading my mind without me even knowing I was thinking it! :-)

  180. Amy says:

    wow, those “crocs” are adorable!

  181. Alissa says:

    Oh those are the cutest shoes EVER!!!

  182. Trina says:

    Absolutely adorable!

  183. Stephanie says:

    Those are GREAT!! I happen to have some little baby toes here at home that need warming. Perfect!

  184. Jackie says:

    Super Cute!

  185. Shawna says:

    I love these, and I LOVE the pattern! Too cut!
    ~Shawna

  186. Sabra says:

    These are too adorable. I will definitely be trying these for my grandkids.

  187. Jodie says:

    Love these! I am so adding this to my list to-do. That is, as soon as I can decide what color! : )

  188. Jane E. says:

    What fun! I hope to try making booties as cute as these. :-)

  189. Lisa says:

    I LOVE these! I just need a friend who has a baby who is under 6 months!!!

  190. Jennifer says:

    Ok these are sew cute!!

  191. Marilyn says:

    How adorable! Can use these for many babies on the way!

  192. Jessi says:

    Love them! I have been wanting to make some little baby shoes, also the gator fabric is adorable.

  193. Erynn says:

    I would love to win.

  194. amanda says:

    Too cute. I can’t wait to try some of these patterns for the newest baby in my life.

  195. shelley says:

    i LOVE these shoes. I cannot wait to attempt making them. And don’t even get me started on the beautiful pattern…orange and alligators…it doesn’t get any better than that.

  196. Thanks for your kind comments everyone! I use my own pattern for those booties and I haven’t made a tutorial for them, yet. It’s on my ever-growing “to-do” list for when my daughter gets a bit older and I get some more time back to myself (will that ever happen?!?). For now, i just sell the finished product in my shop.
    The other links we posted have some nice tutorials, though. Be sure to check those out!

  197. Katie says:

    Cute! I love the idea of lining them with flannel.

  198. AndreaLea says:

    I love these shoes! And how sweet in orange.

  199. Lovely!
    Here is a free pattern for making reversible baby shoes (tried and adopted!) : http://www.maked.ca/tutorials.html

    And Ithinsewdotcom sells amazingly cute shoe patterns in her Etsy shop : http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=6220650&ga_search_query=ithinksew&ga_search_type=seller_usernames

  200. Christina says:

    I need these. They are so cute! I wish I could buy them, but my little guy has huge feet and wont fit them. Guess i’ll have to make some of my own!

  201. Suzanne says:

    I love these!

  202. Shauna says:

    I can’t wait to make some. Too cute.

  203. These are the CUTEST booties! I need to make some for our Logan-bear. Poor baby is running outside barefoot.

  204. Julie says:

    The only thing cuter than these booties are the toes that fit inside. Must make. MUST make.

  205. dana says:

    is there a tutorial for these cute shoes? I like this version better than the other links you posted. We’d love it if Jennifer created a tutorial!

  206. Tara T. says:

    Preshi.

  207. bec says:

    i love the orange alligator fabric

  208. whitney says:

    Thanks for the links! I love the flicker set, some cute boots for boys. It’s usually all about the girls you know!

  209. Katherine says:

    I want to start quilting- fat quarters are perfect! I wondered why they were “fat” thanks!

  210. Mary says:

    those booties are the cutest and I have a nephew whose feet would fit perfectly in them! Thanks for the tut!

  211. Sara Hemmeke says:

    I will definitely make a pair of these before my littlest guy outgrows the pattern! Thanks so much for sharing – you ladies do a great job on this blog.

  212. Trina says:

    yeah, is there a link to instructions or a pattern? I wanna make these!

  213. Lesley Stenning says:

    oh, i’m so into orange right now. I love these little shoes! I think I’ know what I’ll be doing during nap time today ;)

  214. Melanie O says:

    Incredibly adorable! I love that they’re orange and I love the Japanese fabric!

  215. monica says:

    these are adorable!! i love the fabric choice.

  216. Shellyfish says:

    That fabric is adorable!

  217. Jodieth says:

    This shoe pattern and the material you picked out are adorable!
    I have been planning to make this shoe pattern for my 5 week old grand baby.
    Thanks for the inspiration.

  218. Jessy Roos says:

    These are adorable! And I’ve got some great fabric I’m going to try these with. Thanks!

  219. Oh I just love making these little shoes!
    I made the cutest pair of pooh and piglet shoes last week.
    http://family-centered.com/needleworks/pooh-and-piglet-shoes/
    I have a pattern and tutorial on my blog for these as well:
    http://www.family-centered.com/needleworks/babyshoetutorial.pdf

  220. Kristen D. says:

    I think it’s love. Makes me want another baby, just so I can have those shoes!

  221. Liz says:

    Those little shoes are adorable!!!

  222. Emily says:

    These are lovely! And I love the orange. I think I’m inspired to give them a try. I’ve got a ton of baby showers coming up…

  223. Pip says:

    New baby in the family – these are getting made tonight to send off to new baby Griffon!

  224. daniela says:

    i have an infant in my lap and she will soon crawl around, those crocs are coming in handy… what a sweet little project

  225. Robyn says:

    Oh my gosh!! These are so cute!! I might just have to try some today!!

  226. Those booties are so cute! The orange fabric is just perfect for them.

  227. Jean says:

    SO wonderful! These are the sweetest – I will have to make some for our baby due in April! I have been hoping for a tutorial for this style!

  228. Michelle Jadaa says:

    What a great gift idea,you can never have too many of these!

  229. Debra says:

    What an adorable project.
    Look great with embroidery too!
    Debra

  230. Jen V says:

    Aha! I know five women who are due in the next two months. Looks like they are all getting baby booties! It’s perfect short, quick project (I hope). Thanks again for the inspiration.

  231. Shannon says:

    How fun!!! I have a niece to try these for!! I’m a newbie to fat quarters & am loving all this!!

  232. Karen H says:

    Those are adorable.
    I’m loving all the orange fabrics, which has never beem one of my favorite colors for some reason until now! :)

  233. Harley says:

    These are the cutest, I love that alligator fabric!

  234. Yetta says:

    I love orange and I love baby booties. Feet are the cutest parts on a baby. Reading all about fat quarters is making me want to start a quilt. The last quilt I made must have been 5 or 6 years ago. I would love to start one for a preschool fundraiser. Is there a book out there all about sewing with fat quarters?

  235. Meg says:

    Sew cute!!!! I want to make some for every baby I see!

  236. Linda says:

    I love the booties. Your link took me to Jennifer’s Etsy shop where I was hoping to buy a pattern but there is not one available. Is there a pattern or tutorial somewhere?

  237. Charli says:

    I’m so excited about all te upcoming fat quarter projects- I am moving and have GOT to get rid of some of my fat quarters! What a way to put a dent in your stash!

  238. Heidi says:

    These shoes are amazing. I can’t wait to try to make them!

  239. Chris says:

    Those booties are so unbearably cute!

  240. carolyn Weil says:

    so…is there a link to a tutorial or pattern for these orange alligator shoes? They are cute and I think my new grand child needs a pair.

  241. Tammy says:

    Those are so cute!

  242. Samantha says:

    Oh, I love those, and I’ve been looking for a good baby shoe pattern!

  243. Perhaps I’m dense and missed it – but, where’s the tutorial/pattern for the lovely alligator shoes? The links are for other adorable patterns, but I quite love the pattern Jennifer Ladd used for the bright orange kicks.

  244. Great inspiration for grandma’s that are getting ready to have grandbabies!

  245. Barb says:

    Wow, those are SOOOOOO cute! I can’t wait to make some (It seems everyone I know is having babies). These would be perfect baby gifts! And I love the fabric too!

  246. Ana says:

    Those are adorable. It’s cute baby projects like that that make me want to have a baby too!

  247. Bethany says:

    I have been intrigued by homemade baby booties, but have yet to try my hand at them. You have inspired me! It looks like I know what I will doing during the kids nap today.

  248. Brandi says:

    I’m looking forward to seeing all the fat quarter projects!!!!

  249. Alison N says:

    I love these little shoes!! This would be a great project to use up extra pieces of fabric from other projects also. Thanks for the links!

  250. Audrey says:

    These are adorable! I love the orange fabric-so cute!

  251. Toby says:

    So cute! Oh boy, I have a feeling my list of to-do’s is going to drasticly grow this month. But I’m looking forward to it!

  252. Ashley says:

    Very cute! I just love those alligators!

  253. Shannon says:

    I love that orange alligator fabric.

  254. jess says:

    I love orange!
    let it be said that I also love Sew Mama Sew!

  255. christine says:

    LOVE THEM! what tiny toes would not look adorable in those? thanks for another great post.

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