Here goes, I'm going to try and do this but my computer keeps crashing, if there are any glaring errors I'll put them right asap. Here comes a poor quality photo again, I still haven't sussed out what's wrong with the scanner.
Enlarge to whatever size you wish, just measure the length of baby's ( or Mama's ) foot.
Cut 4 boot pieces and 2 sole pieces as shown. Now do the same for the lining.
The easiest way to do this is to lay your fabric right sides together, and then pin and cut out together.
Pin and stitch the sides of each boot ( right sides together)
And then stitch the boot to the sole as shown, don't forget to mark the front and back centre points on the soles - it makes it a lot easier to position correctly.
Now turn under and press a small hem at the top of each boot and it's lining.
Now slot the lining into it's boot with wrong sides together,
Finish off with a decorative stitch to close
and maybe some yo-yo's. There's a great tutorial at Heather's.
I suspect Mummy's have been making booties like these for their babes since time began, so I'm not taking any credit for the design. In fact I just changed the shape slightly from a pattern in a 1920's book, so have fun and do with them what you will.Love them, sell them, I shan't mind at all. : )
I'm planning on having the shop ready on Tuesday, there will be some small bears ( boys and girls ),a bunny, some purses, and some odds and sods.
See you then !
Have a sooper dooper weekend.