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Make yourself a pair of cozy socks from polarfleece in less time than it takes to read this. I used a fleece blanket I found on the street. An airline...
Fleece stretches a lot more in one direction than the other. This particular blanket stretches most in the direction of the stripes. So I'll make my s...
Here's what my patterns look like. There's a sole, a back, and a "vamp" which is the long part that covers the instep of the foot. The size of the cl...
These patterns nest together nicely to waste minimum cloth. Use a sharpie marker or anything else. Permanent is okay, the lines won't be visible on t...
I'm cutting two layers of blanket here. The fleece sticks together nicely, so if you're confident you can cut out two or more layers at once.
Lay the sole on the back piece(or vice versa). Set your sewing machine on the widest zigzag stitch it makes. Thread tension can be low, stitch length ...
Lay the piece you just made on the vamp piece(or vice versa). Sew them together the same way you did the heel seam. You don't need to hem the top of ...
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