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Cozy Slippers Tutorial

By: jojoebi Designs

Keep your feet warm and toasty with these cute handmade slippers. They're easy to sew using this Cozy Slippers Tutorial. After you make a pair for yourself, sew a couple more. They make great gifts for Christmas, birthdays, Valentine's Day, or any time of the year. No one can ever have too many pairs of comfy slippers, and this easy tutorial is a great way to customize the slippers you make for yourself and gift to others. Make the perfect pair of slippers for all of your loved ones with this tutorial.

Cozy Slippers Tutorial
This image courtesy of jojoebi.blogspot.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Machine

Easy

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Find more projects in our 15 House Slipper Sewing Patterns & Comfy Sewing Ideas collection.

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Great pattern and a lovely way to keep,feet warm or for gifting. An alternative bottom sole material is that nubby latex type that is commonly used on pajamas with feet! Remember those? A friend made me a similar pair of slippers using this and it does keep you from slipping. She used a fuzzy fleece for the inside and a satiny looking brocade on the outside! Really fancy!

These look like very comfy and cozy slippers. The pattern does seem a bit challenging to adjust to proper size, but I understand. I like that these slippers have a pointy turned up toe. It is also nice to find a pattern that is for a pair of slippers that can actually keep your feet warm. What a great idea to use the paint to make the slippers not slippery.

Thank you so much for the free patterns, I can hardly wait to try them. Diane Davis

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