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Thread: Quilted slippers

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    Quilted slippers

    Has anyone tried the quilted slippers pattern by Fig Trees?

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    no i haven't but i think i would try and make a pair of them i think they are cute. thanks for sharing
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    You're welcome....Southernfabrics.com has the pattern on sale now...I bought one and can't wait to get it.

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    Is the sole (bottom of slipper) also quilted fabric?

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    No I haven't. They are always so cheap the day after Xmas.
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    I don't know, I don't have the pattern yet. I want to use some novelty fabrics I have on hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenmoreGal2 View Post
    Is the sole (bottom of slipper) also quilted fabric?
    I don't have the pattern yet, that's a good question.

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    If the sole is quilted, I would add some puff paints, helps with traction.
    Better to do something imperfectly, than nothing perfectly.
    Done is better than perfect.

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    Fig Tree has the pattern and it's downloadable for 6.50. Southern Fabrics is 3.25 but shipping to me is 5.99. I just bought it from Fig Tree and downloaded it. Yes the bottom sole is quilted. I'm either going to use some rubbermaid shelf liner or dots of non-stick stuff. We have hardwood floors and they can be slippery.

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    I haven't made these quilted slippers either, but I've seen quite a few posted from another quilted pattern and thought they might be fun to try. http://www.coolcatcreations.net/

    Years ago I made some ladybug mule type slippers... cost me a fortune in the end....but were fun to wear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjwilder View Post
    Fig Tree has the pattern and it's downloadable for 6.50. Southern Fabrics is 3.25 but shipping to me is 5.99. I just bought it from Fig Tree and downloaded it. Yes the bottom sole is quilted. I'm either going to use some rubbermaid shelf liner or dots of non-stick stuff. We have hardwood floors and they can be slippery.
    Thanks for the information, I should get my pattern today...can't wait.

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    Here is a website I found that has lots of patterns for slippers.
    http://www.sewing-solutions.com/Quilted-slippers.html
    or go to Pinterest, they have quite a few patterns for them.

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