Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Washcloth House Slippers



















Today on CBS in Tulsa on the Six in the Morning show, I did the fun, fluffy, ruffled washcloth house slippers. These are the most comfy things to wear and fabulous to give! Every time I make these, people go nuts! My mom and I used to make these years ago when my Daddy was a pastor in Ada, Oklahoma. We made them for the seniors at the nursing homes, and those folks were so appreciative. My parents really taught me that it is more blessed to give than to receive. The project instructions and a printable diagram for making them is on my PattieWack Website, along with dozens more projects that I've done on TV shows and videos. I have to tell you that I was so excited when I spied these washcloths at Target, because they already had the rick rack sewn around the edges. It just really adds to the cute factor, I think! You know, I'm thinking maybe I need to make these for all the girls in my family for Christmas morning......

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love the slippers. Work in an assisted living community and would love to make these with residents. How do I get patterns or instructions for your crafts?
Thanks

Anonymous said...

I am an activities coordinator and would love to make slippers with seniors. Where do I get patterns and instructions for your crafts>
Thanks

Pattie Donham Wilkinson said...

You're in luck. There is a video on my homepage right now, demonstrating the washcloth house slippers!
http://www.pattiewack.com/