Monday, September 12, 2011

Little Girl Shoes {complete tutorial}

I'm super excited about todays guest tutorial!
How cute are those adorable shoes?
Who's the master mind behind these little shoes my little gal would love to
slip her feet into?
Rebecca, my 'real' life friend and an a m a z i n g photographer! If you live near her you definitely need to set up a family shoot a.s.a.p.
If you don't live nearby
you at least need to go to her site and check out pics and get ideas for your photographer {yup, she's that good}! On to the cute shoes!
Totally Tutorials Tuesday
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16 comments:

  1. Thanks for such a wonderful tutorial!

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  2. Wow! I wish I had the know-how and skill to make those little shoes. My girls would LOVE them! Great tutorial by the way. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. That is amazing! I was just thinking yesterday about how I'd like to be able to make my girl's shoes because the cost for cute shoes is so high! Thank-you so muc for posting this tutorial, I will be trying this very soon.

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  4. I like it. I could make those for my niece. Perfect Christmas gift :) Thank you for your tutorial.

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  5. Cute shoes! Do you have any measurements?

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  6. i love the shoes, they're so cute! and i love how detailed the tutorial is.

    i would love for you to come link up this or any other amazing project at my creativity party going on right now!

    letbirdzfly.blogspot.com

    thanks so much for sharing!

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  7. Wow that is so cool! I loved reading this post :)

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  8. These are really quite beautiful. I have done some soft ones like this for babies, but not for my older girls. What, exactly, did you use for the soles? It looks thin, so they would work for slippers, but not outside shoes. I still want to make them :)

    Which pattern did you use? I've seen quite a few, and this is nicer than most. I have 4 little girls and I handmake most all of their birthday and Christmas gifts, and they would love these, so please fill us in on the details.

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  9. I believe I made a size 8 for this tutorial! and The soles are waterproof and skid resistant and have almost a rubber type feel to them. My little girl wears them outside all the time. They are light on her feet and she loves how flexible they are:)

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  10. I'd really like to make these and I'd still like to know what kind of material you bought (and where) for the soles, and what pattern you used.

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  11. Yes I would also def like to know where you got all your materials and measurements please! ;)

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  12. I really like these and the tutorial is so detailed and easy to follow. Thanks for linking up to Totally Tutorials Tuesday!!

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  13. Holy shoes Batman! You totally posses a talent that I will NEVER have! Lucky!

    Thanks for linking up to Totally Tutorial Tuesdays.

    Jessica
    http://myworldmadebyhand.blogspot.com

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  14. Where might I find a pdf pattern for this and measurements for feet size to coordinate. LOVE the pattern!

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  15. Love this tutorial but would help to have the pattern in pdf. Size chart of some kind as well. Thanks!

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