Feb 22, 2010
The pattern of slippers for kids
Two readers asked me about the slippers on previous post.
I made it with the pattern from a Japanese blog site.
I asked her if I can introduce her recipe on my blog and she allowed it.
Here is the link of the pattern and tutorial, but it's only in Japanese...
You can download the pattern in the step 1.
The pattern is for 6 inches long size. It fits my niece, 2 years old.
(Right now I got the news from my mother, my sister just gave berth to a baby boy!!!!)
Please seek the string "katagami_1.pdf" and "katagami_2.pdf" in the site.
The patterns include approx. 0.5 inches allowance. A and B are the same pattern(for upper) and you also need the same pattern of batting.
She used sock liners to put in the bottom. Instead of it, I put batting.
In step 3, she sewed the upper. the colored pattern of the pictures mean the right side of the fabric. The bottom white one of the picture is batting. After sewed them together, turn it out.
In step 4, you put the upper with the under(D) of the bottom. Every fabrics are right side up. and baste them together.
In step 5, put the C on the 4, facing right side inside and sewed them together leaving a space to turn it out at the heel.
In the step 6, turn it out and put a sock liner in it. In my case, I sewed the batting with C in step 5.
That's all. It seems a little complicated but it's not so difficult. Please use many pins to sew it in good shape.
Oh, I should tell you one more.
Please don't sell the item with the pattern. She mentioned about it in her post.
Some readers asked me if they could sell items with my patterns. It's OK. I don't mind how you use my patterns. One thing I want is you could enjoy them.
This afternoon, my niece called me to tell "thank you". I'm happy to hear her voice (* v *).
After my niece's call, I feel happy and made these little charms.
These are new petit gifts for my customers, mitten charms.
See you (* v *)!!!!