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Thank you, Susan I just found this and your project is such a great idea.. How do you expand size . I will have to look around for a Senior Citizens home in area and enlist friends to help.
So fun. We have an Outreach in town called One Heart, among the ladies they serve, are those in the Stripper Clubs. I would love for our Church Sewing Ministry to craft these slippers for the ladies. The goal is for them to hang up those crazy tall shoes. Irresistable slipppers can't hurt!
I love the slipper
These are really cute, grand-daughters b/day coming!! nice gift.
This looks sooooo, cute. I want to make some.
I appreciate a slipper pattern that does not start out, "Draw around both of your feet." First reason, it isn't easy especially with very poor balance and shaky hands Second reason, what if this is for an unknown person? (That is what the Pink Slipper Project was, after all.) With your pattern, I have at least a starting point. Cordially, Nehmah
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