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Thread: baby slippers with left over fabric tutorial

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    Super Member carolaug's Avatar
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    baby slippers with left over fabric tutorial


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    Those are too cute!

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    I've made those, and they are very cute. Not sure how well they actually stay on a baby's feet, but then that's true of any baby shoes. I made them for a craft fair, and I figured they were cute enough for decoration even if they don't prove to be functional. Which they might, I never gave them a test run!

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    Really cute...will have to try these
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    Very cute! Thanks for the link.

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    Way to cute...thanks for sharing

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    For Baby? I'm wondering if I could make them for me! I am always looking for slippers to wear around the house.

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    Fabulous idea for fetes and market stalls. Many thanks.

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    Too cool! Love them!

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    THOSE are adorable !!! Thanks so much for sharing them. We will be having numbers 14 and 15 great grandkids (one boy and one girl.....different mothers) over the next 4 months. YEA. These would be so cute to make up for them.

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