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Thread: help !!!! quilted slipper type shoes

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    help !!!! quilted slipper type shoes

    i need some help i saw a picture online i cant even remember where, it was a pair of quilted slipper type shoes they were made out of batiks in kind of a crazy quilt looking style. im sure there was probably a pattern for it. at the time i thought yea right not me but now im thinking hmmm they were really cute why not ?? yes you guessed it ive searched every place i can think of and gotten nowhere. can someone pls help me find it. i would be so grateful i was kinda thinking it might make a couple of nice xmas presents.
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    Oh, I saw some quilted slippers on Pinterest. A couple of different kinds. Try looking there.

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    I've seen quite a few pictures of these ones, and they look fun. https://www.coolcatcreations.net/

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    I have seen these on FB many times, but don't remember a crazy quilt type, although I guess you could make it that style. I would wonder about seams coming apart with stress from walking, etc. You have time to make a "test" pair to check for wear ability though. This is the designer I saw: https://www.pinterest.com/coolcatqui...ions-patterns/ and the website: https://www.coolcatcreations.net/

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    I don't see why you couldn't make your own crazy quilt fabric and then using a pattern, cut out a pair and make them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yngldy View Post
    I have seen these on FB many times, but don't remember a crazy quilt type, although I guess you could make it that style. I would wonder about seams coming apart with stress from walking, etc. You have time to make a "test" pair to check for wear ability though. This is the designer I saw: https://www.pinterest.com/coolcatqui...ions-patterns/ and the website: https://www.coolcatcreations.net/
    I have the snappy slipper pattern. It is fu and easy to make. You do need "Annies Soft and Stable" or something similar to maintain shape and the vinyl/ rubber dotty sole stuff
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    I think I saw them in an Annie's catalog.

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    I am sure the major pattern companies have a version of this too. I got a cute bootie style one from either butteric or mccall's a year or so ago.
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    I made this slipper pattern with the carry bag. I shortened my stitches and they turned out great.
    very serviceable!

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    ttps://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop/detail/27709/cool-cat-creations/-/snappy-slippers-travel-bag

    This is the pattern I have, I like it, but I found it makes up small for the stated size - just be aware that you might need to make a little larger. Very convenient for travel and unique. I put one of the fancy stitches of my machine down both sides of the bag just to add a little extra zip.
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