Baby booties are one of the best sewing projects. They’re quick and easy to make—good thing, too, considering how fast those little tootsies grow!—but the end result is so super cute, people will think you spent days on them. They make great handmade gifts, and with these 7 DIY tutorials for the cutest baby booties ever, you’ll want to make them all!
DIY Baby Moccasins via A Beautiful Mess
These are so stylish, so comfy, so amazing I want to make them for every baby I know. You can do them up in felt too.
DIY Felt Baby Shoes via Martha Stewart
With touches like rickrack, buttons, elastic straps, and vibrant colors, these booties manage to look classic and modern at the same time. Love them!
DIY Circus Elephant Baby Shoes via Connect the Dots
Babies will love playing with their feet in these circus-inspired slip-ons. They’re so east to make, why not do them up in two or three of your favorite fabrics?
Bitty Booties via Hello My Name Is Heather
Bright, cheery, and fun is pretty much what I’m all about, so these Bitty Booties hit the mark. Plus felt makes for easy sewing and these little booties prove it can be fashionable and fun!
Side Flap Bootie via Homemade Toast
For the oh-so-fashionable baby, there’s these side-flap booties that make good use of two complementary fabrics. They look super comfy too!
Little Man Shoes via Shwin & Shwin
How handsome are these? I love Shwin & Shwin’s idea to make them in seersucker with buttons. Paired with a bow-tie onesie (yes, they exist) and little trousers, you’re little man will be a little man about town.
Baby Ballet Slippers via the Sewing Rabbit
And for the girlie alternative, the Sewing Rabbit offers up these plush little ballet slippers. Baby spends a lot of time on her toes anyway, so why not dress accordingly!
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