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Elf Slippers

By: Maya*Made

You're not going to see anything cuter than these Elf Slippers this holiday season. No matter what your age, the kid in just about all of us gets at least a little excited at the thought of prancing around in this fun holiday footwear. This easy DIY Christmas craft is both festive and practical. Additionally, they're easy to make, so you can whip up a pair for everyone in the family. Channel the Christmas spirit while keeping your toes toasty in these elf slippers. Use this simple sewing project for kids.

Elf Slippers
This image courtesy of mayamade.blogspot.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Either Hand or Machine

Intermediate

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Yes! Elf slippers! Made with repurposed felted wool sweater or blanket fabric too. I imagine if I sewed non-skid gripper fabric on the slipper bottoms that would make these slippers perfect for cold winter months. The tutorial indicates to draw your own pattern for a child or adult foot, however the pattern instructions are easy to follow. The assembly of these slippers is a little challenging but doable.

Looks fun I will make these soon.

i want to try to make for american girl doll. we'll see

My Jo Ann's sells anti-skid fabric by the yard.

For a smaller sz, take your pattern & have it coppied down to a smaller sz. These are really cute,& easy, & make a great gift....Thanks

I like this pattern very much but do You have bigger sizes and where can I buy the antiskid dots?

These are just fantastic, I will be making them for my girls(22 and 18) for Christmas.I love the understated colour also it makes them more grown up. xx

Too cute!! I'm definitely saving these for my holiday sewing this year! =)

I love this project. They are adorable. I would like to see a pattern for the 4-6 that you made if it's not too much trouble. Thanks so much for the inspiration, and just in time for Xmas.

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