Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Project Run and Play Pattern Review | Natty Janes by Delia Creates|

Hey there! I’m Teronia and today I am crossing something off my bucket list by reviewing the Natty Janes Shoe Pattern by Delia Creates. The pattern comes with two strap options and two fastener options: you can make ankle strap or classic style and use velcro or snaps. I went with ankle straps and used snaps to secure them. Leather, vinyl or suede are the recommended materials for this along with wool lining. I got all of my at my local Joann Fabrics. You can find the pattern in the Project Run & Play pattern store.


I recently had another sweet baby girl and I am “trying” to enjoy sewing for an itty bitty baby while I have one. She sure makes me work for it because actually sewing with her around is next to impossible. This time around I tried my hand at making some super cute little baby shoes.


The pattern instructions are very straightforward and the pattern itself is pretty simple. What you need most for this is the patience to sew slowly since the strap pieces are so small. They shoes come together pretty quickly, though.


I felt like a little elf cobbler making such a tiny pair of shoes. Now, I won’t be quitting my day job anytime soon, but I was pleased with how they came out. As you can see my machine took some creative license with the toe caps, but i kind of like that they are “unique”.



I’m no Joyfolie, but mama will definitely be making more of these. I’d call these wearable muslins. I would love to try interfaced fabric for the tops in my next few attempts. I did by a blue suede to use as well.



Thanks for joining us during accessories week. Be sure to tag @projectrunandplay & @sewhauteblog on Instagram if you happen to make a pair. We’d love to see!
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