Tuesday, November 15, 2011

New T-Strap Pattern


As you may already know, we have offered a baby bootie pattern for a long time on our site.  I think it's a great pattern because it is very approachable--even if you don't own a sewing machine or know how to sew, you could still hand make the booties with a high level of success.  However, we get regular requests for patterns for larger sizes. 

So, just in time for Christmas, I put together a brand new pattern.  This pattern is a T-strap which fits infant to approximately 2 years old {size 2-size 6} and can be made for a boy or a girl.  Not only does this pattern fit a broader range of sizes, I also tried to add in as many extra goodies as I could think of, like:

*lots of step by step photos
*a page of troubleshooting tips and techniques
*a trick how to print your own labels at home using household materials
*and a FREE little bag pattern, to package them for gifts

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In addition, all pattern purchases from now through Friday will be entered in a raffle for a free pair of our manufactured shoes!  For more information and to purchase our new T-strap pattern, click HERE.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am so excited to make these, I hope they will be at least half as cute as yours are, thankyou so much for adding this pattern....

Anonymous said...

Can I ask a question regarding the pattern? Does it address fraying at the edges and also would the bottom be felt like the previous pattern? I'm asking because my daughter is a little more than 2 but luckily is still a size 6! Thanks in advance!!

Nora

Jessica said...

Nora, the pattern includes some tips to make your shoes more durable. The shoes do have raw edges, but if you use a thicker faux leather like shown, they will hold up for a walking baby. Fabric shoes are what they are, though, and anything sewn in a machine will not have the durability of a firm-soled shoe. LEt me know if that answers your question :)

Anonymous said...

I love love love this.. Thank you sooo much!!! Is there any possible way to make this pattern a little bigger? My daughter wears a size 8 and i really want to make her some of these :)

<3 Yasmina

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for your reply! I just bought the pattern, would u be adding any more sizes soon? Would love to see the women's too.. can't wait!!

Nora

The Alvords said...

I'll be making these tonight. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Have you decided on who the winner of the raffle is?

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