How to Make Slippers' Pattern
Instructions to Make the Slippers
Pattern is made using a graph or chart - I have included instructions on how to do this.
Excerpt from pattern: One day Mrs. Jackson got an idea. If she couldn't buy the type of slippers for which they were searching, why couldn't she make them?
The outer soles were made of a strong, long wearing duck material, and the inner soles were made of quilted, unbleached muslin. The remainder of the house slippers was made of blue quilted material.
The house slippers have several advantages. They can be tossed in the washing machine and laundered with the rest of the clothing and when it comes to packing your things for traveling, the slippers can be folded flat and packed in a suitcase.
Note: By adjusting the graph you can make any size.
Notice: There are no pattern pieces included in this pattern.
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You will receive a copy of this pattern, not the original pattern.
You will receive this pattern by Digital Download - pdf format
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This pattern is reproduced from my collection of antique books and magazines from the 1800s to the mid 1900s and are in the Public Domain, because their Copyright has expired.
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