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TrueFelt

Safe and Sustainable 100% woolen oekotex certified felt

We believe it’s always best to make things yourself as much as possible. This way you know what goes in the project and thus what your child gets into contact with. These baby slippers can be made from our safe and sustainable 100 % wool TrueFelt. All materials for the slippers, TrueFelt and BioFelt in addition to Venus yarn are Oeko-Tex 100, product class 1 certified. So if your baby decides to treat the slippers as nibbling target , no worries in this case she or he puts something safe in his or her cute mouth! Due to the certifications, one can be sure the slippers are made from non toxic materials and thus safe for the baby!

Tags: Baby, Felt, Sewing, Easy, Safe

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Needed for Cute Baby Slippers

Material package:

We have about 80 colors of our felt TrueFelt to choose from for your own design of the slippers. Would you like to make slippers in the color of mint, soft pastel pink or beige? Then you can also buy a felt baby slipper material package with materials and the description here.

Choose your own:

For the colored part of the slipper and for the bunny you should use VLAP size 20 x30 cm of Truefelt, 100% wool, 1 mm, This material is Ökotex certified, REACH, EN71:1,2,3

The bottom of the baby slipper is done from 3 mm felt, CertiFelt, 100% wool, 3 mm, this is the white color VLAP801

For yarn to sew we use Venus splitting silk, that is also Ökotex certified. This is the white color V2012 used in the pattern.

Convenient:

Clover air erasable marker

Making these slippers is easy, download the free pattern below and follow the steps.

Pattern

Pro tip: remember to make two different mirrored slipper bases (A and Z in the pattern) , one for right and one for left feet! Otherwise you migh end up with two slippers for the right feet.

The letters correspond to the different parts of the pattern!

Cut out the pattern for the size of slipper you have chosen.

Then pin all the parts of the pattern on the felt and cut-out the felt.

Place the pieces close to each other to maximise the amount of slippers you can make.

Trace the pattern with the erasable marker and remove the patterns from the fabric.

Split the yarn into two times three threads.

Draw the face according to the pattern.

Embroider the facial features on the Bunny face.

Sew the bunny face to part B of the felt.

For the next steps use a “Feston Stitch”.

Sew part C to part A&Z.

Now attach part B to part A&Z.

Done!