Tegenn has been desperate to make some slippers for quite some time, so she was quick to jump on the Super Happy Slippers project from Let’s Sew Together by Rubyellen Bratcher. They’re on the cover – she spotted them immediately!
Whilst she has her own sewing machine, it wasn’t out and set up so she got to use mine (note to self : make a permanent spot for her sewing machine during summer). Whilst she experimented with different stitches for quilting the slipper tops, I actually constructed the rest of the slippers for her. It wasn’t tricky (for me) but it was a bit beyond her level and anyway, we really enjoyed making these together. She actually adores her slippers and has been wearing them non-stop around the house since we made them.Now that you’ve read an author interview and seen some projects I have made from the book, how about winning your very own copy of the book Let’s Sew Together, to keep you and the kids entertained and crafting all summer long?! Simply comment on this post and tell me what you liked making when you were a child. I’ll pick one winner to receive a copy of this book.
Contest open to residents of USA and Canada only (excluding Quebec). Winner will be picked at random from among all eligible entries. Comment on this blog post and tell us what you liked making as a child. Comment by 11.59 PST July 6 2014. Winner to be announced on or around July 7 2014. Winner will be contacted by email and will receive one book $20 value. One entry per person.