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Thread: Don't burn your fingers..........

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    Super Member mjsylvstr's Avatar
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    ..when drinking a cup of hot java.

    Use these "sipper slippers".......

    Really easy to make and are so cute and useful !!!!!!

    All one needs are small scraps for inserts, 1/8 yd. for background and 1/8 yd. insul-bright batting and a little time.

    Those 1/8 yds. will probably do more than one slipper........

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    those are so adorable. thanks for sharing the idea and instructions. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    LOVE IT! Thx for sharing!

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    Those are so cute. Would make great Christmas gifts. Thank you.

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    I was already planning to make some of these for stocking stuffers!

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    Nice

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    Adorable!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeannieT
    I was already planning to make some of these for stocking stuffers!
    This is a great idea for these!! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeannieT
    I was already planning to make some of these for stocking stuffers!
    Thanks for the idea I needed some extra stocking stuffers

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    What length/width did you use? I've been planning some of these. The measurements I figured were something like 9.5 on bottom and 10.5 on top and perhaps 3" wide. I measured a coffee cup, but was curious what you used. Yours are lovely by the way. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxflower
    What length/width did you use? I've been planning some of these. The measurements I figured were something like 9.5 on bottom and 10.5 on top and perhaps 3" wide. I measured a coffee cup, but was curious what you used. Yours are lovely by the way. thanks
    I like the way she put a mini quilt block in them and not just plain.

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    very nice

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    nice.... good job

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    These are cute! Would love to see a tutorial on it.

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    Thanks but I can't take any glory for the design. It is a
    "Pieceful Designs" pattern and called Sipper Slippers.
    They are reusable hot protector.

    Foxflower, you just about hit it right on target.

    The curved pattern is a finished 10" on the top and a finished 9" bottom and the width is 3"

    The site for the pattern is www.piecefuldesigns.com

    ...and they are quite easy.

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    Cite! Is there velcro on them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Painiacs
    Cite! Is there velcro on them?
    No once sewn, one side inserts into the other and I handstitched them in the back.

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    Thank you! I was a little concerned it wouldn't fit right, but havent had a chance to make one to see. I'll check out the website.

    Quote Originally Posted by mjsylvstr
    Thanks but I can't take any glory for the design. It is a
    "Pieceful Designs" pattern and called Sipper Slippers.
    They are reusable hot protector.

    Foxflower, you just about hit it right on target.

    The curved pattern is a finished 10" on the top and a finished 9" bottom and the width is 3"

    The site for the pattern is www.piecefuldesigns.com

    ...and they are quite easy.

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