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Japanese take the shoes off in the personal house to keep out soil dust. In the winter, we need the warm and clean slippers. We call them "room shoes". Fleece shoe lined with furry fabric. Pattern and cutting Print pattern 2 times. From the left to the right, Inner sole, sole, instep (outer shoe), instep, sole (lining), leather sole. How to make Sew lining shoe. Attach ribbons, trimming fur, and so on.

Des pantoufles pour les hommes Je vous ai déjà montré les pantoufles pour enfants que j'ai préparées pour cet hiver.Suite à cet article, France, une de mes lectrices, m'a demandé combien il faut de mailles pour faire des pantoufles pour un homme.Du coup, pour ne pas lui dire n'importe quoi, j'ai réalisé des pantoufles pour mon Cricri ! Je les ai réalisées avec une grosse laine et des aiguilles n° 5.Ces pantoufles conviennent pour les pointures 41 à 43. Monter 51 mailles Faire 8 motifs, ce sont les mêmes motifs que ceux des pantoufles enfants. Vous trouverez les explications sur le blog " 3 petites mailles ", c'est ICI. (8 motifs = 64 rangs) Rangs 76, 77 et 78 : tout à l'endroit

shoe makeover I love the simple, carefree style of laceless tennis shoes, especially in the summer. They're the best shoes to slip on before running errands, shopping, being outside, or really anything. I've been drooling over these Keds for a while now... However $50 for one pair of shoes really isn't in my budget. So when I saw plain white Keds knock offs at Walmart for only $5 , I knew exactly what I wanted to do. Materials Needed: Plain White or Off White Tennis Shoes (Walmart has them for $5 and Target has them for $9)RIT or other brand Fabric Dye1.5 " wide ElasticStrong Needle and Thread (in coordinating color) Although I love the muted colors that Keds sells. First take out the laces In a large pot Boil your water. Rinse your shoes off in the sink with hot water When your water is boiling, turn it down to more of a simmer and add your dye. Let them sit, stirring them around every once in a while, for about 10 minutes or until they reach your desired shade. Here's how mine looked once dry: Shoes- $5

Fabric Envelopes I was provided product for this post, but all opinions are my own. I love quick and simple sewing projects. And I have one for you today - Fabric Envelopes! This would be a fun beginner-sewing project and a fun way to showcase cute fabric: Alright, here we go! You'll need two pieces of fabric, one for the outside and one for the lining. If you don't have an envelope die, you can hand-cut the shape as seen above. I was experimenting to see if I could cut fabric with the die. You'll need to cut one out of each fabric: Now for the sewing - - put the two pieces together, with the right sides facing each other and sew all the way around the edge, except you'll want to leave about 2 inches on one side un-sewn. Next you're going to turn the project right-side out by pulling it through the opening. Now just fold it into envelope shape and iron it down. That's it! If you're looking for a simple sewing project, this is one you can do!

1001 pantoufles à crocheter Voici des liens vers des modèles de pantoufles au crochet que j’aime ! La liste s’allonge de jour en jour, au fil de mes découvertes… Merci à tous ceux qui partagent leurs modèles ! N’hésitez pas à m’écrire si vous avez des modèles, je les ajouterai avec plaisir ! Je vous invite aussi à visiter ma page Mes patrons de pantoufles, vous y trouverez mes modèles ! Dernière date de mise à jour : 2 mars 2014. — ENFANTS (2 ans et plus) Angora Slippers, Karens Variety. Babouches, Tête en laine.Bev’s Easy Men’s Slippers, Bev’s Country Cottage.Bev’s Quick Slippers, Bev’s Country Cottage. Des chaussons pour mon homme, De fil en aiguille. Mule Slippers, Yarnspirations. Quickie Slippers, Yarnspirations. Rainbow Striped Slippers, The Zen of Making. Simple Chunky Cable Slippers, Moogly.Slipper Boots, Elsie M. Like this: J'aime chargement…

Flip-Flop Refashion: Part 3 (Ruffled T-Strap) Are you tired of flip flips yet? Hang in there…….because I’m not. :) I keep finding new colors of $2 flip-flops, cutting them apart, and making new straps and styles with fabric scraps and doo-dads that I have at home. I just can’t get enough of these simple little jewels. If you missed out on the other ideas… can find them here and here. So today, I made some frilly little T-strap sandals. They would look great in any color. And they just happened to fit perfectly on my little 15 year old niece. (Such a perk to have family nearby. The breathable cotton makes these super comfy and light for the warmer weather. Great with jeans. Thanks for letting me use your feet Camille. Ready to make your own? Before you begin, check out the post here, to see how to take apart an old pair of flip flops. **Also, The fabric I used for these T-straps, was a really sturdy cotton. For this t-strap style, you’ll need 2 long strips of fabric and some circles. Now, for the ruffle. And that’s it.

Second Sewing Month Project: Upcycle Sheets into PJs - A Dose of the Delightful Okay, so it's not National Sewing Month anymore - not even close! But I'm determined to finish my original list of projects: Creating throw & lumbar pillows with piping & invisible zippersFinishing a set of pajamas I'm making out of old sheets (how Sound of Music of me!) Now I've done 2 out of 4! A few years ago, my mom was doing some spring cleaning and preparing several bags of goods for donation. I made the top using this easy Simplicity pajama pattern, and wanted to try out this free Colette Madeleine mini bloomers pattern for the bottoms. I have to admit, I was pretty daunted - I'd never done anything like making my own elastic casings or even making a buttonhole! I do, actually, have two arms! A couple of notes on some adjustments I made: I thought having the ties in the front of the legs was a bit too baby-doll for my taste, so I moved them to the sides of each leg.

Pantoufles 2/2 Voici un modèle qui combine les points de base au tricot : la maille endroit et la maille à l’envers. Le résultat, des pantoufles gaufrées et super confortables ! Je les ai tricotées avec 2 fils en même temps. Le motif est complètement réversible, donc beau sur les deux côtés. Version imprimable Fournitures : Phentex pour artisanat et chaussons (85 g)Laine acrylique (100 gr)Aiguilles : 5.5 mm Tailles : Enfant (4 à 8 ans), Femme, Homme Les indications pour la taille Enfant et Homme sont indiquées entre parenthèses. Instructions : Le nombre de mailles doit être un multiple de 4 + 2 mailles. Monter (22) 30 (38) mailles. Rang 1 : 2 end., *2 env., 2 end.*, rép. de * à * jusqu’à la fin du rang.Rang 2 : 2 env., *2 end., 2 env.*, rép. de * à * jusqu’à la fin du rang.Rang 3 : 2 env., *2 end., 2 env.*, rép. de * à * jusqu’à la fin du rang.Rang 4 : 2 end., *2 env., 2 end.*, rép. de * à * jusqu’à la fin du rang. Répéter les 4 rangs jusqu’à obtenir une longueur de (6) 8 (9) po — (15) 20 (23) cm. J'aime :

Mod Podge Shoes My husband jokes every time I get the bottle of Mod Podge out that I’m going to Mod Podge fabric to our computer keys or Mod Podge our kids clothing to their bodies. Hey, don’t tempt me. I know, I may go a little overboard with this stuff…….but I just had to try it on some shoes. Originally, I saw the idea on a site my sister showed me. And using some of my favorite fabric. How fun would these be if you matched them to a cute skirt you’ve made? Anyway, this is my first time applying fabric to shoes with Mod Podge and I am in no way claiming that this will last on here forever. Edited To Add: Emilee left a comment and mentioned outdoor Mod Podge… Sure enough, I found some online here. Do you want to try it out yourself? Grab a pair of your old flats or buy a nice inexpensive/clearance pair to try it out on. (I cut the bows off.) Just lay a piece of fabric over the shoe, big enough to cover the entire thing. Trim around the edges, just so there’s not tons hanging over the edge.