Customize These Cozy Slippers so They Fit Perfectly

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Are you tired of spending money on slippers that fit poorly or that look like you’re wearing flippers? This pattern is a great solution.

In a few simple steps you can create slippers with the perfect fit. Whether small, large, narrow, or wide these slippers can easily be customized to fit Ladies’ sizes small to extra large.

The Perfect Slipper Pattern

Plus, the soles can be cushy or not and even grippy if you so desire. They’re also great in any fabric style and color. Line them with minky or other plush fabric to make them extra cozy.

The Perfect Slipper Pattern

The Perfect Slipper Pattern

The Perfect Slipper Pattern

The Perfect Slipper Pattern

The designer, Jaime Ruckel from The Sewcial Bee, also provides videos and other helps so that your slippers are perfect. Whether you take advantage of those or not you’ll love that the pattern is easy enough for beginners.

Click here to purchase “The Perfect Slipper” pattern.

Jaime also has a pattern set available for the whole family. In addition to the “Perfect Slipper” for Ladies’ sizes, the set includes “The Daddy O Slipper” for Men and “The Honey Bunny Slipper” for Kids (boys & girls).

The Honey Bunny Slipper Pattern The Honey Bunny Slipper Pattern

The Daddy O Slipper Pattern

All three patterns can be customized to fit perfectly.

Click here to purchase the “Slipper Pattern for the Whole Family.”


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