14 June, 2016

Bunny slippers, I'm in love!

I have to share my latest finished project with you, these adorable bunny slippers!

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Aren't they just the cutest things ever!  

I recycled the fabric from this outfit that Laney has outgrown, check it out .. from a bunny rabbit costume to bunny rabbit slippers!  I have heaps of fabric left, so I might be making a few more pairs of these slippers.
The slippers are for a friend who just had a baby, it certainly beats knitting or crocheting baby booties (& way cuter too).
I used some super fab slipper grip fabric, I didn't really need to use them on this size of slipper but I wanted to try the grip fabric out to see how it works and yes, it works out really well!

The pattern?  Well, it's a super cute bunny slipper pattern from here but if you really like lots of patterns to inspire you, then I got mine through this e-mag.

It was my first time recycling or should I say upcycling clothing to make something else and I have to admit that it is rather fun cutting up clothing!  Have you ever done this sort of thing before, used old clothing to make new?

8 comments:

  1. They are so cute! Loving these maybe in a womens size 9 hee hee

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    1. Aren't they the cutest... I'm thinking of printing the pattern on a scale of 150% to try to make some for Laney!

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  2. These are super cute! But Im not sure if I can pull off something cute as that! :D

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    nhengswonderland.net

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    1. Lol, close up they are wonky and the stitching is terrible but the fluffiness hides all of that!

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  3. They are the cutest! ! Good job. I think you need to blow up the pattern for adult size :)
    I love to upcycle jeans and make kids aprons. So easy x

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    1. I've got heaps of jeans sitting in the cupboard waiting to be upcycled.

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  4. Totally gorgeous, and in my letterbox! Thank you so much Marie, I will be sending you a glamour portrait when baby Florence is wearing them (along with her pullover!) Much love to you, dear friend!

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    1. Ahh, you got them -- so glad you love them & I hope they fit ok.. my stitching was a bit wonky!

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