Comfy Slippers and Travel Bag Are Easy to Make |
Make a Pair for Yourself and a Pair to Give!
These darling and comfortable slippers are easy to make and a delight to wear. Simple patchwork gives them plenty of charm. We can imagine making several pairs in various fabrics for wearing throughout the year.
The slippers also make wonderful gifts. Give them for Christmas, Mother’s Day and any time you need a special gift that will make the recipient feel pampered.
The pattern is easy enough for beginning quilters and comes with instructions for a matching travel bag. Charm squares are perfect for this project, or dig into your stash and pull out some of your favorite fabrics.
The slipper bottoms have non-grip surfaces (Slipper Grippers – view a selection here). They also have removable insoles. A foam based non-fusible interfacing, such as ByAnnies Soft & Stable, is used to give the slippers structure.
Full sized templates are included for women’s sizes 5 – 11.
There’s also a version for men (shown above) available for sizes for sizes 7 – 14.
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