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These slippers are made from recycled woolen blanket, recycled fleece fabric and scraps of brightly coloured fabric from my stash! I have a pair with red polka dot ...
This pattern will be available for download once i have worked out different sizings. The pattern has a seam allowance included. As you can tell, this pair is ...
I will show you the steps for making one slipper, you will do the same for the second slipper but reversing everything, we don't want 2 left feet ...
Pin the soles together and baste around the edge.
Sew the top pieces together with a 1cm seam allowance then trim seam allowance and press open like you see in the photo.
Sew heel edges together with a 1cm seam allowance, trim the seam allowance and press open.
pin the slipper top to the slipper sole wrong sides together (so the fleece inner will be on the outside), using a 1cm seam allowance. Trim the seam ...
Turn the slipper right side out and press the seams. Trim the opening to your desired size, making sure you can fit your feet inside.
From your scrap of colourful fabric cut some strips on the bias. Mine are 3cm wide but you can make them wider if you like.
Fold your bias binding in half and press. Open up and fold one edge towards the centre, press again.
Pin the unfolded edge of the binding to the outside of the slipper. Sew around with a 5mm seam allowance. Trim the seam allowance.
Fold the binding to the inside of the slipper and pin. Slip stitch into place folding under the end of the binding to give a neat look. Now ...
The finished slippers. Now put them on and keep your feet toasty warm!
My slippers have red polka dot binding.
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