I like Tammy's Shoe and Tell format, so I'll copy it for mine.
Pattern Description: The Olivia Women's Shoes are women's room shoes of a rather elegant and pretty design. These room shoes are best made with brighter or lighter colored fabrics, as the pleated design will not show as well on darker fabrics. In combination with the curved sole in its design, the pleats in these shoes give the shoes an overall feminine feel, great for pairing with a light summer dress indoors.
Pattern Sizing: ladies US 5-11 (I cut the 9)
Did it look like the designer's picture when you were done with it?: Yup.
Were the instructions easy to follow?: Yes, but I have to add that I didn't really analyze the steps/pictures when I knew what the next step would be.
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?: I like that each size of slipper is on its own page in the PDF file. This makes it easy to cut out my size.
The sizing wasn't quite right for my feet. Usually I wear a 9.5 shoe, but these were too big at a size 9. It may not have been an actual foot measurement problem, but more because the slippers were so wide and limp. I shortened them so that my toes touch the ends, but still they feel big.
Fabric Used: Heather Ross Ukulele fabric in green, and unbleached muslin inside. I also used the muslin for the sole, since I suspected these would be test slippers.
Pattern alterations/design changes made: I shortened them, and pinched in the heels a bit after completing them.
Would you sew it again/recommend it to others?: It might work well if you have wide feet, but not for long, skinny feet like mine! It is a cute design, and not hard to put together.
I'm not sure if I will use this pattern again or try a different one next time.
Conclusion: Since making the shlippers, I discovered this:
It's called "Double-sided fusible ultra firm stabilizer", so basically it's extra heavy interfacing. I'm considering modifying the slipper pattern to make it narrower, and also adding in the stabilizer. Or I'll just try a new pattern with stabilizer. I'm not sure which direction to go at this point.
The already-made shlippers are really too floppy to stay on my feet well, so I don't think they'll end up getting much wear.
Still, I'm not giving up on my dream of making my own shoes, and at least I am now encouraged because the actual sewing of the slippers was so easy!