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Green with lambs wool mary janes

Added Nov 8, 2009

by kquade

Kansas City, Mis...






Another pair of house shoes made from thick upholstery fabric and synthetic fleecy lambs wool type stuff. They are very snuggley! I used a lot of fleece to pad the soles. Also I sewed these ball-like buttons on top of regular buttons, just because.

Material Notes

thick green upholstery fabric, synthetic lambs wool, fleece sole interfacing, velcro, vintage buttons




Garment Type


sewingwithme1's no 179 Mary Jane Shoe PDF pattern

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    Nov 10, 2009, 03.07 AMby sewneenee

    these look so comfy and cute!! i like your design choices too!

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    Nov 9, 2009, 05.50 AMby bubbley74

    Opps just read your post again and saw the listing number.I think i must still be half asleep.

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    Nov 9, 2009, 05.49 AMby bubbley74

    Wow! what a web site thank you so much for passing the address on This is the first time i have seen this ,the only trouble is now what pattern do i choose ,ha ha .there is so much choice.can you let me know the number of the pattern i really want this shoe thanks once again Bubbley.

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    Nov 8, 2009, 05.29 PMby harmony758

    These look so cozy!

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    Nov 8, 2009, 07.37 AMby bubbley74

    Hi these are just what my mum needs please say you will put the pattern on line.They are so nice.Bubbley

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      Nov 8, 2009, 06.39 PMby kquade

      Hi Bubbley, if the pattern were my own creation I would love to share it, but I actually purchased it from a seller on etsy.com. I definitely would recommend the pattern, tho, it is for sure worth the price. However, if your mom has larger than size 9-10 (US) feet, you might have some trouble because while the pattern goes up to size 11 (US), I think the scaling is a bit off. The cord pair I made first didn’t fit me, so I had to make the size ten, (I wear a 9-9.5) and they still could stand to be just a tiny bit longer. I’m not sure how easy it would be to enlarge a shoe pattern. If you’re making them for small feet, however, go for it and just make the shoes 1-2 sizes bigger!! here’s a link to the pattern: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=vt_related_2&listing_id=33976908

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