We are waiting to find out the gender of this baby until he or she is born, so I wanted to make some gender-neutral baby booties. unique iphone 7 plus case I used a tutorial I found from Hello my name is Heather. gel case iphone 7 She has a pattern and instructions you can print off and it’s a really easy pattern – even for the sewing-impared (like myself). proporta iphone 6 case I started with a piece of teal felt. spigen iphone 8 case I used white thread in my sewing machine and two green buttons. iphone 7 phone case leather black The materials for these booties cost me around 35 CENTS TOTAL and it took me about an hour to do them. iphone 7 hard case red Here’s how the felt looked when I cut it out: Then I just followed the step-by-step simple instructions from Hello my name is Heather. I’m not a huge fan of “recreating the wheel” so if you access the instructions via that link, she has it all broken down into steps. iphone 7 plus floral phone cases It was all really easy to do! For the details, I added a faux strap with a zig-zag stitch and added a green button onto each shoe.
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