In Japan, you frequently have to take your shoes off when you go inside offices or community centers or other places. There will be slippers for you to wear, but I feel better about wearing my own slippers rather than some that a hundred other people have worn. I made myself a slipper bag to carry my slippers some time ago and it can be seen here. I felt kind of bad when I saw Ted’s slippers in a plastic bag when we went somewhere recently, so I decided to make a bag for him. The outside is made from a kimono I bought at the second hand store, the inside is a bali print I brought from the US. The hexagon squirrels cover the seam. It has a square bottom, a drawstring top, and no exposed seams.