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Tutorial: making slippers from a sweater sleeve

I fell in love with this sweater when I saw it. I knew that it was saying “slippers for Annabelle”. So, I wanted to created something unique for her. So, I got an idea. What if I could somehow transform the sleeve into a bootie?

At this point, stretch the sock form over the sole to see how it looks. You may need to make a bigger seam on the curved section or cut a little more away at the heel section. (This is not a very exact science)

Once you get it the right size, pin the top portion to the bottom portion, right sides together.

My bottom section is a mock suede, and my the part the foot touches in a soft fleece.


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