Friday, May 15, 2020

Loungewear Patterns for Kids: Trailblazing Socks & Fireside Slippers

Now let's not leave our kids feet out in the cold during Loungewear Week!  It's Day 4 of Loungewear Week!

Today only: buy the Abby's Trailblazing Socks get the Fireside Slippers for 50% off!  Use the code socksslippers at checkout. 
Offer expires at midnight tonight...hurry!

Today's featured loungewear patterns are all about feet:


Abby's Trailblazing Socks are probably the only sock pattern you'll ever need!  A fun socks pattern for infants through big kids from Mini Crew to Overknee with lots of fabric options.
Soft anklets with lace trimming, peppy knee highs to liven up the school uniform, so many options and styles! This PDF sewing pattern is sure to be an instant stash favorite. It has quick sewing time and fabric requirements as little as scraps with the most beautiful and unique results. Make airy lace socks, warm winter socks from sweaters, add boutique worthy details with trim, accents and buttons.  The socks are easy and quick to make. The pattern can be made from print to sew in well under half an hour! This pattern is beginner friendly and offers skills to learn such as French seams and creating trim accents.


The Fireside Slippers are perfect for slow days and for saving those socks from getting holes in the bottom!  Or is that only my kids socks?  The Fireside slippers are boot style slippers.  There are so many options, and this pattern is definitely worth the effort it takes to make them!  A new favorite.  Medium weight woven fabrics are best. Great choices include wool blends, tweed, corduroy, velvet, soft denim. Heavier, stable knit fabrics can also be used. 


And now for today's giveaway.  One random winner will receive one of these patterns for themselves and the other for a friend!

Leave a comment about if you've ever sewn socks or slippers.  Then head over to Instagram for another chance to enter this giveaway.

2 comments :

  1. I'm looking at sewing some slippers for my Grandies, nine of them, and haven't made a slipper yet lol! The Fireside Slipper looks like a simple pattern for a newbie

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  2. Nope, never made socks or slippers but they those fox socks look adorable!

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