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Could a woman have too many shoes? Maybe, but I(tm)m not close to that jet, so I design shoes.
This is more slipper indoor version of the shoe. But hey they are elegant and you could wear them in your office if you want. The most important thing is that they are comfortable and look chic and nice and yummy and you could make them more from your fabric stash, or you could treat yourself with a small gorgeous fabric just for this project.
You could recycle the fabric from other projects, but nobody would know that.
The sewing is simple similar then my Kindergarten children shoes with invisible seams, in more sizes, so you could make them for gifts for your girlfriends too. Maybe you could make them even for your weeding dress with the same fabric? Maybe it's an option for you to get a waterproof fabric for sole? You like lace look, ordinary look, or sparkly look, if you could found the fabric, you could make the shoes from it. If you paint, paint your fabric first...graphic patterns, printed photos, stripes, polka dots.... you will be your own designer with this simple pattern.
One more important think, for this pattern I did make instructions for three different shoes on my instructions. So you will be able to play with your fabric a lot.
So, if you love to have comfy shoes this is for you, enjoy the walk.
PS; pattern document is made for A4 printer settings and for Letter size printer settings.
ANNUAL PATTERN SUBSCRIPTION for 2014: this pattern is in this package of more patterns from 2014 year, so if you are interested to get more patterns from my shop this is a good option too.
Have a nice day, and enjoy in sewing.
This pattern is for personal use only. COMMERCIAL USE IS PROHIBITED. (c)Lidija Miklavcic 2014
As a kid I want to do everything by myself....and I still live like this, except, now I want to play also with others and I love to show and teach how to play with fabric, so I did start to work on sewing step by step tutorials with my own patterns.
Will you play with me? Come, the fun is starting...