I thought I will give to all my subscribers their Christmas gift early this year. That’s why today I upload the Slippers Free Sewing Pattern to our Facebook Group, My Golden Thimble Sewing Club.
I’ve tried in the past to find a good set of Slippers Sewing Patterns out there, but I just never did.
Either they are too vague or to complex to do. And what do I do when I can’t find any pattern out there for me to sew??
I make my own!! Yes, yes my beautiful friends, I draft one easy Slippers FREE Sewing Pattern for all of us!!
This pattern is exclusive for the members of My Golden Thimble Sewing Club group on Facebook. You will have to join in order to download this Free Sewing Pattern.
Remember in this Sewing Club you can ask other members any question that you have for MGT’s projects, sewing techniques and share amazing content.
For this project you will need:
In this project, I used fleece and 3/8″ deep foam. With about 1/2 yard of each, I was able to make about 3 to 4 pairs of slippers. (It will depend on the sizes you used)
How to Sew the Slippers Free Sewing Pattern
Draw the silhouette of the pattern mirrored on the foam so it doesn’t lose its shape if you pin the pattern. Then do the same with the fleece fabric.
Take the top pieces of the slipper and pin them right sides of the fabric facing together. Then sew the bottom (1/2″). Cut little notches of the curve and turn the piece wrong sides facing together.
Make an edge stitch to the top part so the fleece and the foam don’t move apart when you make the next step.
Make a layer of the sole fleece fabric facing right side up, the top of the slipper facing right side up and the foam sole with the wrong side facing up.
Pin and sew around the sole (1/2″) leaving about 2″ of the top open. Then cut triangle notches at the bottom of the sole and also 2 cuts at the end of the open space like in the picture below:
Lift the layer of the fleece sole and turn it inside out from there.
Sew the extra open space (1/2″) to finish up the slipper, cut the extra fabric and then turn it inside out.
And that’s it!!
How it went?? I want to hear everything, tell me which fabric and colors would you use and why.
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