Making slippers?

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#1 Chaletica on 4 years ago

So I'm cosplaying Aoba from New Game and wondering... how to make her slippers.

[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/9R8Pyy4.png[/IMG]

I got some soles I can use already, but what would be best to build the slippers out of? I'm thinking some kind of "base" and some fabric outside of that...

#2 Penlowe on 4 years ago

Your picture isn't working.

That said, there are tons of easy slipper patterns out there, commercial and otherwise to sew, knit, crochet, or even do in leather. Start on Pinterest.

#3 IcyMoffatt on 4 years ago

Your picture isn't working. But, I did search Aoba in Google. Her slippers are very simple and easy to make. You have two options:

1- Buy slippers and add the details with paint or fabrics. You can change the slippers' color with dye if you can't find them with the correct color. At this time of the year, you can find slippers everywhere.

2- Make them using McCalls pattern #4320.

#4 Chaletica on 4 years ago

[QUOTE=IcyMoffatt;5046105]Your picture isn't working. But, I did search Aoba in Google. Her slippers are very simple and easy to make. You have two options:

1- Buy slippers and add the details with paint or fabrics. You can change the slippers' color with dye if you can't find them with the correct color. At this time of the year, you can find slippers everywhere.

2- Make them using McCalls pattern #4320.[/QUOTE]

That pattern looks like what I need (wanna try making them from scratch), thanks! Not sure if any shops here stock that brand but that's what we have the internet for x3
(Also replaced picture with working one)

#5 DlGlT on 4 years ago

This is a similar style tutorial that just uses some custom quilting (a step you dont need)
[url]http://lavidamismajojojo.blogspot.com.ar/2014/01/tutorial-pantuflas-patchwork-patchwork.html[/url]

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