The slippers are delivered flat-packed and come with coloured laces that the user has to thread along the seam, which curls around the edge of the sole and over one side of the upper.
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Here is some more information from the designer:
These slippers are constructed from a single piece of natural wool felt, their 3D form being created by complex 2D geometry of the pattern.
The shapes are die-cut from sheets of 5mm thick felt with minimal, simple and affordable tooling - making this product very suitable for small-scale local production.
The slippers are delivered flat-packed for assembly by the user by "sewing" the seams with the standard laces supplied in a colour of their choice.
The act of self-assembling the slippers increases the sense of ownership and emotional connection with them and allows for personalisation through the choice of laces used.
House and Gardens Scholarship helped my to invest in the die-cutting tools in order to produce a range in ten standard sizes that I will be selling directly via a dedicated website opening next september.
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