Over at the Lisette blog today I’m making shoelaces as stocking stuffers. Here is a pair I made using the Gingko Toss print from Cape Ann.
And speaking of Cape Ann, last week the Jolly Jabber (which is the Fat Quarter Shop blog) has a little interview with me about Cape Ann and a tiny preview of our next collection. Take a peek!
Update: I’m happy to report that this project is now available as one of my Creativebug workshops. Come join me there to make a pair together!
Hey, that’s a great idea! Thanks for the tutorial. I will now be on the hunt for a good “boy” fabric.
Custom shoelaces! Brilliant! Gotta make those! Thanks for solving a piece of the stocking stuffer/neighbor kids gift mystery!!
Wow! shoelaces. Who would think. I have to make some of those! Thanks.
I was looking at these today and thinking to myself…who knew you could make your own shoelaces?!? Then I thought, I wish Oliver + S would make some dress-up patterns…they’d be awesome at it, I’m sure! 🙂
Thank you so much for the free popover dress pattern I made my girls a dress each and they were so happy.
Few years ago I was looking for interesting shoe laces and never found… never thought about sewing them.
Thank you for great idea.
Wonder if i can use some plastic for ends instead that I can melt with lighter or something