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Pattern Reviews> Green Pepper> 527 (fleece socks)

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Posted on:1/12/08 5:00 PM
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Stephenie said... (1/14/08 10:24 AM) Reply
Brilliant! What and excellent way to use up fleece scraps. I've done hats with leftovers, but never thought of socks. Thank you!!
Speech girl said... (1/14/08 0:44 AM) Reply
They look very warm and toasty.
kkkkaty said... (1/13/08 10:07 AM) Reply
another reviewer comments that they fit closely; if you like your slippers a bit looser, go up a size. I had my husband stand on the pattern to decide what size to cut for him.
ryan's mom said... (1/13/08 6:55 AM) Reply
They look cozy and comfy! :)
KathleenS said... (1/13/08 2:55 AM) Reply
I've made another fleece slipper pattern, a Burda WOF one that is more like a boot. But I like the big size range on this one, and the speed of sewing. Either way fleece slipper are great in the winter!
Tiner W said... (1/12/08 9:29 PM) Reply
Cute! I think I have this pattern--and lots of fleece scraps. I'll have to give these a try!
Mary Stiefer said... (1/12/08 8:44 PM) Reply
Well - that must be a success if the hubby wants a pair too. Good job.
 
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