How to Make Monogrammed Fleece Slipperscomments (12) January 22nd, 2014
Whenever I use a multisized pattern, I always trace the size that I will be cutting out; that way, I can make another size later.
You need to cut out a bunch of stuff to make these slippers (two of each): fleece for the foot bed, Warm and Natural for the padding under the foot bed, and some sort of nonslip material for the soles. Also cut out fleece and lining for the front and back pieces. I am using a microfleece for the lining-that eliminates the need for the Warm and Natural batting. (If you are using flannel for the lining pieces, you may want to cut out interlining pieces out of the batting to make them warmer and more stable.)
Get the soles ready-layer the fleece (right side up) on top of the Warm and Natural. The nonstick material is on the bottom of the stack, nonstick facing down.
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