Added Oct 12, 2010
I’ve been told, among women it’s quite wide spread, that they tend to have cold feet at night.
As my buddy’s wife just has this problem with the beginning of the colder seasons, I decided to do something against it.
I used some leftovers of the very fluffy fleece I used for a jacket
To get a fitting pattern I used a method I read about in a German forum. I simply wrapped one foot with cellophane, marked where the pattern pieces should go and cut it off the foot. After that I only sewed and neatened the pieces with an serger stitch.
Et voilá – something for the cold feet in those cold nights, where even a hot guy beside you can’t get the feet warm.
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some cozy material preferably elastic, we used a double sided high tuft fleece
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