I’m making [COLOR=black]these[/COLOR] slippers, and I’m stuck with two questions.
The pattern requires you to make two identical sole pieces, then stitch them together. It states:
With wrong sides facing, stitch 2 soles tog for each slipper.
What do they mean by “wrong sides facing”? Wrong sides facing outwards? Wrong sides facing inwards? If it helps, the sole pieces that I crocheted kind of “bowl” a bit…my inclination is to stitch them together so they nestle inside of each other.
My other question has to do with stitching the soles together. I’m wondering if I stitch the soles together separately (like with a yarn needle), or consider the next part of the instructions as stitching them together:
[B]Sole Edging:[/B] With right side facing, join MC to center st at heel and working through both thicknesses of sole, sc in each st to end of rnd, sl st in first st - 52(74,92) sts.
Is that considered stitching the two soles together, or is this part of the directions referring to a step that creates something totally different (since this step is labeled “sole edging”?)?