DIY Knit Felted Slipper Clogs with Leather Soles Tutorial from inspiration & realisation here. Donatella used a pattern that cost $7.95 but she felt it was worth it because slippers fit well, came in 5 different sizes and included were useful knitting tips. For a free pattern you can check out this link Donatella sent me: pilgrimpurse.blogspot.it/2011/12/knit-felt-slippers-for-adults.html Her comments about the free pattern were that it involved making a boot and then cutting out the shape of a clog. The chances of of not cutting the 2 parts exactly the same was very high so Donatella chose the pay pattern.

For inspiration & realisation’s 18 Slippers’ Roundup go here and for more DIY slippers go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/slippers

DIY Knit Felted Slipper Clogs with Leather Soles Tutorial from inspiration & realisation here. Donatella used a pattern that cost $7.95 but she felt it was worth it because slippers fit well, came in 5 different sizes and included were useful knitting tips. For a free pattern you can check out this link Donatella sent me: pilgrimpurse.blogspot.it/2011/12/knit-felt-slippers-for-adults.html Her comments about the free pattern were that it involved making a boot and then cutting out the shape of a clog. The chances of of not cutting the 2 parts exactly the same was very high so Donatella chose the pay pattern.

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