Felted Ballet Flats For Women, Dark Navy Wool Slippers, Felted Wool Indoor Shoes, Charcoal Glitter Slippers For Her - Online

Felted ballet flats for women decorated with charcoal glitter. Slippers are made of Austrian mountain sheep wool. It is durable and comfortable to wear. Women felt slippers are made using wet felting method with help of natural olive soap and hot water. It takes hours to create premium quality wool slippers of a wool fiber.Wool slippers are comfortable almost in all seasons of a year. Different as popular synthetic house shoes, wool slippers controls temperature of feet and lets feel cozy. Slipper bottom and front covered by transparent durable rubber.All my felted Items are made using wet felting method. Handmade to order OOAK about in two weeks until dispatch.Sizing:--- Please pay attention on insole length given below. It is accurate.EU - METRIC - UK - US women--------------------------------------------------------EU 36 - 23,4 cm - UK 3 - US 6EU 36.5 - 23,8 cm - UK 3.5 - US 6.5EU 37 - 24,2 cm - UK 4 - US 7EU 38 - 24,6 cm - UK 4.5 - US 7.5EU 38.5 - 25 cm - UK 5 - US 8EU 39- 25,4 cm - UK 5.5 - US 8.5EU 39.5 - 25,8 cm - UK 6 - US 9EU 40 - 26,2 cm - UK 6.5 - US 9EU 40.5 - 26,6 cm - UK 7 - US 9.5EU 41 - 27 cm - UK 7,.5 - US 10* Only gently hand-wash at 30C (86F) if needed using mild detergents or simply soap, shampoo, etc. Normally wool has unique ability to clean it self.* This is 100% handmade product * A color can be a bit different than in reality sometimes* Might be slippy on wet floor

Have a ‘Moraga Night Out’ neighborhood event Aug. 4. Moraga residents are invited to participate in this year’s Moraga Night Out by hosting or otherwise helping put on a gathering to promote neighborhood camaraderie. It’s the local manifestation of the National Night Out program, designed to foster police-community partnerships, involvement in crime prevention activities, and emergency preparedness. Residents hosting a block party, pool party, backyard event, potluck, barbecue or ice cream social are encouraged to contact nightout@moraga.ca.us to register and request visits from representatives from the Moraga Police Department and the Moraga Orinda Fire District, as well as town officials.

‘One City, One felted ballet flats for women, dark navy wool slippers, felted wool indoor shoes, charcoal glitter slippers for her Book’ events coming up, The Walnut Creek Library Foundation is sponsoring free “One City, One Book” family events in September and October to encourage families to read, Reservations are limited so register quickly for the following events after Aug, 1 at www.wclibrary.org/one-city-one-book, “Good Grief Cooking” will be held at 6:30 p.m, Thursday, Sept, 10, at the Walnut Creek Library, Oak View Room, 1644 N, Broadway in Walnut Creek, Local author Lisa Rubino will discuss comfort food for tough times through healthy good cooking..

“Community, Culture & Cuisine” will feature a panel of local chefs who will discuss how their personal journeys and cultures have inspired their signature cuisines at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 21, Walnut Creek Library, Oak View Room. “Letters to Your Future: Surefire Tips & Techniques for Writing Your Memoirs” will be presented by Shirley Good and Neal Rosenau, who will share their expertise on creating a verbal picture of people and places from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26 in the Walnut Creek Library’s Oak View Room.

“Where’s the Tri-Tip?” Butcher Gary LaPerle explains it all at 7 p.m, Wednesday, Sept, 30 in the Oak View Room, “Yes, felted ballet flats for women, dark navy wool slippers, felted wool indoor shoes, charcoal glitter slippers for her Chef” Feast on a book discussion with a dessert and savories potluck, where you, the readers, bring along your favorite homemade dessert or savory to share at 6:30 p.m, Wednesday, Oct, 7 at the Ygnacio Valley Library, 2661 Oak Grove in Walnut Creek, This session will be moderated by Walnut Creek Community Libraries Manager Sierra Campagna, Walnut Creek Downtown History Tour Aug, 8..

The next Walnut Creek Historical Society downtown history tour is Saturday, Aug. 8, departing at 9:30 a.m. from the fountain at Liberty Bell Plaza at the corner of Broadway and Mt. Diablo Boulevard. These monthly tours, every second Saturday, offer an easy, 90-minute guided walking tour of the downtown area highlighting points of historical interest. This walk into history on city sidewalks brings to life the early times of downtown Walnut Creek. It is free, and registration in advance is not required. For more details, call 925-935-7871 or visit the www.wchistory.com and click on “Walnut Creek Downtown Tours.”.

Japanese-American Summer Festival Aug, 8-9, The Diablo JA Club Summer Festival, the annual fundraiser for the Japanese American Religious & Cultural Center in Concord, takes place Saturday and Sunday, Aug, 8-9, at the club building, 3165 Treat Blvd, in Concord, There are cultural performances (including Taiko, Judo, felted ballet flats for women, dark navy wool slippers, felted wool indoor shoes, charcoal glitter slippers for her Kendo, and Obon and classical Japanese dance), exhibits and demonstrations, plus many kinds of food (sushi, cookies, pies, manju, chicken teriyaki dinners, tempura, udon, barbecued beef teriyaki skewers, gyoza, hot dogs and all manner of beverages), plus games for the kids, ikebana flower arranging, bonsai (miniature trees) and more..

Admission is free. Free parking is also available at nearby Ygnacio Valley High School, and there will be free shuttle service to and from the school. For more information, go to www.diablojaclub.com/summer-festival. Free home composting workshop Aug. 8. A free home composting workshop is scheduled for 3 p.m. Aug. 8 at the Lafayette Community Garden, 3932 Mt. Diablo Boulevard. Instructor Marian Woodard will cover topics including hot and cold composting basics; mulching, grasscycling and composting with worms. A question-and-answer session and troubleshooting are also on tap.

Register online at www.recyclesmart.org/workshops, For information, call 925-906-1801, Broadway Plaza concerts will have you ‘cover-ed’, Broadway Plaza’s free Thursday concerts in August, all from 7 to 8:30 p.m., will feature familiar sounds, On Aug, 6, it’s Petty felted ballet flats for women, dark navy wool slippers, felted wool indoor shoes, charcoal glitter slippers for her Theft and their versions of Tom Petty classics, The Unauthorized Rolling Stones are set to play Aug, 13, and Journey Revisted plays Aug, 20, All concerts will be held in the Stanford’s Parking Lot, located next to Broadway Plaza’s five-level Main Street parking garage..

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