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by: INGOR     2019-07-17
It would be nice to wear comfortable slippers when it's cold outside.Create your own pair from the old sweater and add comfort.These are designed for indoor use and will definitely keep your feet warm.
.90/14 medium-weight ball-Hand-Download the slippers pattern (shoe size) or create your own slippers pattern.Draw your own pattern and you can customize your slippers for children or adults.To make a bottom pattern, track your feet on a blank sheet of paper;Then draw a top pattern as long as your feet.
Cut your pattern with scissors.
If you make slippers with an old sweater, cut off the sleeves at the seams of your shoulders.If you are using a sweater fabric, fold it half vertically.Place the top pattern in the fabric design section where you come up with the top and sides of the slippers now.
Align the top pattern block to the folds of the sweater sleeve or sweater fabric and fix the pin in place.Cut around the pattern using sharp sewing scissors;add a 1/2-Except for the folding side, there is an inch seam allowance around the pattern.Remove the patterned piece and repeat the process on the other sweater sleeve (also fold the sweater fabric if you don't use the sweater sleeve ).
Remove the pattern piece and repeat the process on the wool-Fold the wool vertically, align the pattern on the fold, nail the pattern on the wool, and cut the pattern, leaving 1/2-In addition to the folding side, the inch seam allowance around the wool.Do this twice on the wool so you will have two pieces of wool.You now have four identical tops that look like pictures when you expand them.
There are two pieces of sweater fabric and two pieces of wool fabric.The sweater piece becomes the top of the slippers and the wool piece becomes the top lining of the slippers.Put these things aside for later use.Fold the wool fabric half way vertically and pin the bottom pattern to the fabric (instead of folding ).
Cut the bottom pattern with sharp sewing scissors, increase by 1/2All around are inch seam allowances.Unlock the pattern block and repeat it so you have four identical wool pieces when you finish cutting.Fold the heavy felt in half and pin the bottom pattern piece on the felt (instead of folding ).
Cut felt directly around the pattern.
No 1/2-The inch seam allowance around the felt piece.These felt will be the bottom of your slippers.When you finish cutting, you will have four bottom wool blocks and two heavy felt blocks at the bottom.
Put them out like photos so you don't have two left feet.Fix the two heavy felt bottom blocks to the center of the two wool bottom blocks.Make sure you have the right and left feet.
Put the remaining two pieces of bottom wool on one side for later use.Sew a heavy felt sheet on a wool sheet with a sewing machine, using 1/4-Seam allowance in inches.Take the pin off when sewingPut these things aside for later use.
Fold the top sweater in half with the right.Fix the original edges on the back together as shown.Use 1/2-stitch the original edges of the back togetherSeam allowance in inches.
When you sew, be sure to remove the pin.
Put the right side of the top and bottom together.The right side of the bottom part is the side with heavy felt.Pin around the bottom edge.The photo shows a top/bottom (right) fixed together and an unfixed top/bottom (left ).
Sew the top to the bottom with 1/2-Seam allowance in inches.Take the pin off when sewingCut a notch on the curve of the seam allowance, about every inch, through wool and sweater fabric.Be very careful not to clip in your stitching.
When you turn to the right, it will help the slippers to lie flat at the seams --side-By removing some large pieces in the seam.Turn the slippers to the right-side-Go out and press around the seam with an iron.Stay for later use.Fold the top part of the wool lining in half and fix the rear seam.
Sew back on two liners and leave a 1 1/2-Inch openings in the center of each seam.This is important;You turn your slippers right with your opening-side-out later.Nail the top wool liner to the bottom wool liner and always nail to the bottom edge.
The photo shows a top/bottom (right) fixed together and an unfixed top/bottom (left ).Use 1/2-stitch the top and bottom togetherSeam allowance in inches.Take the pin off when sewingCut a notch on the curve of the lining seam allowance, about every inch.
Be very careful not to clip in the stitching.Leave the lining inside-Keep the sweater outside-side-out.Insert the sweater outside into the liner so the right side is together.
Fix the original edge of the top of the slippers piece together.With 1/2-sew the top original edge of the slippers togetherSeam allowance in inches.Take the pin off when sewingTurn your slippers right-side-Go out and pull them out of the opening behind the liner.
After adjusting the slippers-side-out, hand-Sew the lining opening with a whipstitch.Put the lining of the slippers and tops inStitch at the top edge of the slippers.This will form a complete edge on the top of the slippers and prevent the lining from slipping out.
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