Monday, August 23, 2010

Jack & Jill Loafer


Summer in New England came to an abrupt close at 1:00 in the afternoon this past Saturday. It seriously felt like someone flipped a switch and fall started marching in. My six month old, who has been barefoot for the past three and a half months, is going to have to start wearing shoes to keep these little piggies warm.


I bought the Jack & Jill Loafer pattern from Sweet Pea Patterns not too long ago, and I finally had a chance to try it out today. These shoes are pretty easy to make, and once you get the first shoe put together, the second is a breeze. The pattern instructions are very easy to follow and there are lots of photos included to help you out.

Jack & Jill Loafer pattern by Sweet Pea Patterns

My youngest is going to start crawling in the not too distant future, and she's going to have trouble getting around on our hardwood floors. With this in mind, I used a product called Jiffy Grip for the outer soles of the shoes. It is a fabric with a vinyl dot surface that provides a non-slip grip. It was really easy to work with and very inexpensive.


Now those little piggies will be nice and cozy as the weather starts to get cooler.

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6 comments:

Andi @ Jane of all crafts said...

I wish fall would come here..it's still so stinkin' hot! I love the fabric! And thanks for the tip about the jiffy grip. Gonna get me some of that stuff.

Kaysi said...

Adorable!!

Leslie said...

these are so adorable...i love the button detail

ourlifeinaclick.blogspot.com said...

Awww so cute! I'm a new follower from Fingerprints on the Fridge.

Anna said...

oh these are soo cute! I've been wanting to try out something like this!

Kat said...

These are adorable! My 2nd just turned 7 months and have been thinking of what she'll be wearing on her feet soon too. Sounds like both of our girls' (Oldest and Youngest) are around the same age.

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