Thursday, November 11, 2010

DIY Fleece Slipper Boots

I found this amazing gift idea at Black and White. She does have a pattern for sale to make these boots, but I decided I woul just try and wing it. My trial boots came out pretty good, but I know what to fix with the next boots! There are going to be SEVERAL family members and friends getting these for christmas! Each boot with the lining and outer takes about 1 yard of fabric. If you want the lining to be a different color like mine, use a half yard of one color and a half yard of another. Then you can dress them up however you want.


If you look closely mine are a bit uneven. Oh well. If you want to buy the pattern for these so yours can be PERFECT. Go to Black and White and buy her pattern!
cross my hooks blog link

12 comments:

  1. These are adorable! They look so comfy and warm : )

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  2. They look GREAT! The pattern isn't mine, but that Etsy store has some great patterns to choose from!
    I tailored mine to fit snugly... Before sewing the lining & the exterior together (and before attaching the sole), I tried them on inside out & pinned them to fit my leg. Then I sewed along that line & trimmed the excess. Be careful not to make them too small! I did that the first time and couldn't get my foot in! haha!

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  3. Awesome! I just posted ( http://maemaedaily.com/2010/11/toddler-bootie/ ) about a toddler bootie. They turn out so cute but when I tried to modify it for my 5 year old it looked horrible :) I'll have to try something like yours. Good job!

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  4. They look great! I want to try little boots like this but I'll have to wait a few months now as we're just into summer here!
    Thanks for linking to A Round Tuit!
    Have a fantastic week!

    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  5. That is awesome! I would love for you to come link up at our Strut Your Stuff Party!

    http://danajeanward.blogspot.com/2010/11/strut-your-stuff-link-party-and.html

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  6. This is adorable! I'm your newest follower, I found you at Tip Junkie! You can find me at Sassy Sites- xoxo!!

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  7. They look so warm and cozy!

    Thanks for plant your creative seeds at Plant a Punkin Seed Party!

    Kristi
    Punkin Seeed Productions

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  8. Love these, my slippers are falling apart. Thanks for linking this project up too!

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  9. I'm your 100th follower!!! Yay!! I love these slippers, they are so, so, so cute! Thanks for sharing this. Can't wait to see more projects.
    lifeofperks.blogspot.com

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  10. I LOVE IT!!!

    I FEATURED YOU ON MY TALENT TUESDAY! CHECK IT OUT!!!! YOU are BRILLIANT!!

    I would love if you would link this up at my little talent tuesday party at

    http://vintagewannabee.blogspot.com/

    mucho love!
    nichelle

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  11. Michelle, I have been a little late on commenting on all my link ups. I wanted to say how much I loved these little slippers of yours. I FEATURED you today. Come grab yourself a button girl, and display it proudly!!

    Thanks again for linking to **Amaze me August**
    I def look forward to seeing more from you girl.

    Bella :)

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