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Thread: Washcloth Slippers for Nursing Homes

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    Super Member twinkie's Avatar
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    I have been making an item for the Nursing Homes to give to their residents at Christmas or their Birthday. They are real easy and inexpensive. If you would like, I can let everyone know how to make them. Anyway, I just wanted to share. Thanks
    Donna

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    Cool idea!

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    Neat idea! I know the residents will appreciate having them!

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    ok, those are cute! now put one on and show us what it looks like! :)

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    very nice! I would love the directions!

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    Do a TUTE, Do a tute!

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    I agree - do a tute. Great idea for the holidays

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    cool slippers, okay now we want a tutorial and please model them on your feet

    please please

    okay I did a search and these are similiar to hers

    http://patternsthatfityou.com/FrSlipperCl.htm

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    I would love to know how these are made.

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    Put PUFF PAINT on the bottom so they will not slip when standing.

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