Friday, February 4, 2011


I've got a lot of slippers in the works, production-line-style, for the many ladies in my life, but these are for me:

I'm getting a feel for the materials, and getting better at sewing around the picky curves.

The herringbone is from a thrifted skirt, and the lining -- possibly my favorite part -- is a Donna Wilder design from the fabric store.

This time I didn't even bother with the velcro, because I can slip them on and off without moving the flap, so I just sewed everything together. The top-stitching detail around the upper wasn't part of the original pattern, but I thought it'd look nice on these.

They're holding up nicely, and they are SUPER CUTE for wearing around the house. It must be that time of year: I'm itching to wear pretty, sleek flats but it is full-on boots weather . So. I can have my cake and eat it, too. Or something.



Jenny said...

Hobeen! Do you have a pattern for these lovely slippers? I love, love, love them and I love slippers in general. I am a slippers in the house kinda lady. I want to make them, sew them, wear them, love them. Just like I love you!

Virginia Wieringa said...

Your M-i-l was bragging about your slippers! These are very cute!