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Project

Jingle-Bell Slippers

Introduction

Add the silvery peal of tiny bells -- as well as scalloped or hole-punched edges, bows, and embroidery -- to a darling pair of homespun slippers.

Jingle-Bell Slippers How-To
Use our template. Trace onto 2 pieces of wool felt, and cut out. Decorate the instep: Use scalloped scissors to cut out inner curve on U-shaped upper, hold-punch a pattern around the upper, or sew a swag design using embroidery floss . Sew upper soled along side at a time, starting from the center of the toe and going to the center of the heel (the felt will simply overlap at the heel seam). Trim overlap. Sew on tiny jingle bells and small bows, if desired.

Source
Martha Stewart Living

Reviews (7)

  • 8 Jan, 2013

    Are there other templates for the little toddler shoes in the picture? I would love to have them if they are available. Thank you.

  • 1 Apr, 2009

    I'm so excited to find your site and get instructions to make all these cute things!

  • 21 Jun, 2008

    I love these, I They look easy to make and will be teasured for alwasys

  • 3 Dec, 2007

    There are links below for the other two types of slippers.

  • 30 Nov, 2007

    The maryjane style looks awfully similar to the felt baby shoes pattern. I'm thinking it might be the same.

  • 30 Nov, 2007

    Yes, you are right. How do we get the other two especially the little Maryjane Style?

  • 29 Nov, 2007

    Am I mistaken or does the photo show 3 different styles of slippers but the template only shows one?