Log Cabin Slippers

Welcome guests with these fun slippers!

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Welcome guests with these fun slippers! They make a great stash-busting project, so pick a range of hues from around the color wheel. Made with nonslip padded bottoms, the slippers in each pair can match each other or be made with contrasting colors.
Finished Size: All sizes are 5" (12.5 cm) wide. S (5–6: 9½" (24 cm) long. M (7–8): 10" (25.5 cm) long. L (9–10): 10¾" (27.5 cm) long. Slippers shown are size Large. 

Fabric Requirements:

— Assorted print cotton scraps at least 3" (7.5 cm) wide (see Notes) in two groups (A and B) for log cabin piecing

18 yd (11.5 cm) each of two 45" (114.5 cm) wide print cotton fabrics for binding (shown: navy blue and red pin dots)

— 2 fabric scraps, each at least 8" × 9" (20.5 × 23 cm), for upper linings

— 1/2 yd (46 cm) of 45" (114.5 cm) wide natural linen for insoles

— 1/2 yd (46 cm) of nonslip fabric (such as Jiffy Grip) for soles

See project for complete supply list and notions. 

Originally Published:
Stitch, Summer 2011 

SKU: EP4585

Author/Speaker/Editor: Ayumi Takahashi

Format: eProject

Customer Reviews

Fun to make Review by Beverly

I just finished making these as part of a log cabin sew along.
These slippers were so fun to make and the directions are great!
They are a great way to use a couple of blocks that you have tested or just have leftover!
You should give them a try!

(Posted on 1/28/14)