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Dwarf Slippers and Shoe Covers

Seven Dwarfs Costumes – Part Two

I finally finished our Seven Dwarfs costumes yesterday! Pictures to come. First, here are the slippers and shoe covers to go along with them. I took inspiration from here, although I didn’t follow her directions exactly. I used felt for the main part of the slippers and material from my snuggie that the pups tore apart for the inside layers, plus stuffing from an old torn apart dog bed (see, if it wasn’t for the pups destroying so many things, I wouldn’t have as many materials to work with) ;)

Seven Dwarf Slippers & Shoe Covers | Life by Ky Blog

Seven Dwarf Slippers | Life by Ky Blog

Here’s the making of:

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Not everyone wanted to wear slippers all day in the pharmacy… so I came up with some dwarf shoe covers too. I tried one out and it worked on me, but I’m hoping the rest fit ok… I was very approximate with my sizing :/ – we’ll see on Thursday!

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(SP11B)

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  1. Pingback: Seven Dwarf Costumes | FINZO 43P

    • No pattern… it was all very approximate. :/ I traced a shoe for the bottom portion and then cut a little larger or smaller for the different sizes. The side pieces were based on the shapes used in the linked tutorial above, making sure the length of the side pieces together added up to the circumference of the foot piece (plus a little for seam allowances)… and I added length to the top/ankle part so it could be folded over. (In other words, I was very lucky that everything fit) :)

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