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Made from a single piece of biodegradable wool felt, “Lasso” by Gaspard Tiné-Berés are warm, comfortable slippers that are stitched together with standard colored laces from the "Design For The Real World" by the Royal College of Art at the London Design Festival
Anglo-Scandinavian Staeppescoh or Slipper "Type 1" (10th-11th Centuries) The typology is based on that used by Carlisle, although any errors in the interpretation here are likely to be mine. This one-piece-shoe from Jorvik generally resembles to the Lembecksburg Fohr Slipper. This is a turnshoe. There is no upper binding stitch, except perhaps at the instep. Sewing is most generally done with a 1 mm, or so, "thread" of leather lacing.