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Posted on:1/30/11 10:39 PM
Last Updated:1/30/11 10:50 PM

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cerulean said...
Thanks, Lynne!
5/12/11 8:54 AM
LynneMR said...
Those slippers look too cute and especially with the matching jacket. Well done!
5/11/11 4:03 AM
cerulean said...
Hi Rhonda, I just sewed the pajama foot fabric in the normal way. I really isn't that thick and didn't bother the sewing stitches in anyway.
3/18/11 9:20 AM
Renren said...
Oh, wow, I love them and I'm intrigued by the idea of making slippers. My sister's feet are very hard to fit and it would be good to make a pair of custom slippers for her! Love the fabric!
3/17/11 12:57 PM
PatCSM said...
What a great idea!
2/1/11 4:57 AM
cerulean said...
The bottoms are non-skid pajama feet fabric. I pressed the seams to one side and seamed everything as usual. I finished the seams with a zig zag.
1/31/11 10:15 AM
treefrog said...
Looks great! Bet they will keep your feet warm. I'm curious as to what you used for the sole
1/31/11 0:28 AM
Rhonda in Montreal said...
Hi! HOW did you attach the bumpy bottom bits?? Thanks!! ;)
1/30/11 11:17 PM
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