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This pair of soft soled leather shoes is cream with black polka dot ribbons. They are lined with black patterned cotton fabric and have dark gray soles. They are size 18-24 month toddler girl's.

Size Chart
Size NB
Shoe size 1-2
3.5” length

Size 3-6 months
Shoe size 2.5- 3.5
4.25” length

Size 6-12 months
Shoe size 4- 4.5
4.75” length

Size 12-18 months
Shoe size 5- 5.5
5” length

Size 18-24 months
Shoe size 6- 6.5
5.25” length

Size 2T
Shoe size 7- 7.5
5.75” length

Size Tips
1. Buy big if you are unsure of size.
2. If your child is big for their age, get a size up in the age range.
3. Babies grow fast! If unsure of the size, buy a bigger pair for that baby you love to grow into.

I started sewing soft-soled leather baby shoes when my daughter started walking. I wanted something that would be protective and keep her from slipping, but would allow her to feel the floor with her toes to balance more easily. The shoes available to buy were either really expensive or low-quality, so I decided to make some myself. A local leather shop and furniture store samples are the sources of leather used to make the shoes. I hand make each pair myself, so they are all unique. Each pair is cloth- lined with an elastic ankle. Sizes are comparable to those of shoes bought at retail stores. Shoes can be cleaned with a wipe or damp cloth. Immersing in water is not recommended.

ON SALE cream and black baby girl leather shoes 18-24 months


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: up cycled leather, cotton fabric, thread, elastic
  • Ships worldwide from Wisconsin, United States
  • Feedback: 256 reviews
  • Favorited by: 15 people