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Pattern Reviews> Green Pepper> 527 (Polar Slippers)

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Posted on:1/29/09 10:20 PM


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One Off said... (1/31/09 2:29 PM) Reply
Great idea Mary, I will definitely try this.
mary in FL said... (1/30/09 11:03 PM) Reply
If there is no fabric softener residue on the socks, you can paint the soles with fabric paint. You don't need to actually cover the whole soles. Paint letters, squiggles, or a design on one sole, press the soles together, separate them, and let them dry a day or two. This will give them an anti-skid surface.
frame said... (1/30/09 6:41 PM) Reply
very cute
Mufffet said... (1/30/09 3:23 PM) Reply
WARM!! Look really cute too!
SewLil said... (1/30/09 1:39 PM) Reply
These came out cute. I've been tempted to buy this pattern.
BJ1400 said... (1/30/09 11:54 AM) Reply
I made some of these for gifts & like this pattern too. I found some "grippy" fabric at Joann's & used on the bottoms.
Dixielynn said... (1/29/09 10:38 PM) Reply
I made a bunch of slippers for this year's Christmas. I love the ease....cut out multiples and the sewing went speedy.
 
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