Upcycled Sweater Slippers - CROSSOVER - PDF Sewing Pattern
Upcycle your wool sweaters into some COZY, foot hugging slippers.
This slipper pattern was designed to wrap over the top of your foot and around your heel, giving your foot a SNUG, comfortable fit.
Make a pair for yourself, your children, or if you are industrious, whip some up to sell. Everyone loves a unique, one of a kind pair of slippers. Using sweaters with different textures and colors, the combination options are endless.
This pattern includes sizes: ● Youth 13, 1-3 ● Women 4-11 ● Men 3-13
Easy to follow instructions with descriptive photos will guide you through this project. Only basic sewing machine skills are required.
Save your pdf files and print out as many times as you want.
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- Illustrated sewing pattern
- Photo descriptions
- Us Measurements using inches.
- Basic sewing machine skills required
Materials you need at home:
- Sewing machine
- Felted wool sweaters or thick blended fiber sweaters
- Thick Polar Fleece works as well
- Fleece for lining. You can use old fleece jackets or other lightweight wool sweaters.
- Needle and thread.
- Lightweight leather or suede can also be used for the slipper sole.
Creating things that are simple, useful and unique is what I like to do. I love working with fabrics, papers, strings, plants; items that have texture, color and fragrance. What is even more enjoyable to me, is to be able to empower others with the knowledge and skills to create things for themselves.
As a wife, a mother of three wonderful children, and as a yoga instructor, I strive to find balance in life by incorporating the simple things around me. Taking time out from the busy world to create, ponder and share is a big part of that, when done in balance. My hope is to bring to you a variety of items and information that you can use and enjoy.