My mom gave me a pattern for baby shoes a long time ago, and I finally got around to trying them. As I was sewing them, I realized I missed a crucial step (the batting/machine quilting) considering they are a quilted baby shoe. Nothing in the directions told you to do this, so I skipped it all together. After telling my husband this, he say, “you don’t like to follow directions.” He’s partially right, and I did find that step in the “materials needed” section. My shoes ended up flimsy, so I added a little iron on to the bottom, and it helped a little. They were really easy, and I have big plans to try some more out. *nearly impossible to get a good shot when they are on your 9 month old.
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