Keep Toes Toasty All Winter with Cozy Slippers

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There’s a Baby Version, Too!

Do your toes tend to get chilly during cold weather? Cozy Abella slippers are just the thing to keep them warm and toasty all season long.

Choose a fabric you love for the outside and a thick minky or sherpa fabric for the lining. Quilting cotton, ultrasuede, and other fabrics like sturdy light canvas can be used for the outsides.

Abella Slippers Pattern

The pattern, designed by I Think Sew Design, is for women’s sizes 5 – 11.

Abella Slippers Pattern

The same design is available for baby sizes 1 – 5. A cute novelty print will be darling for these.

Abella Baby Slippers Pattern

If your ankles get cold too, consider the 1210 Vina slipper boots. They’ll keep your feet and ankles extra cozy all winter. They’re also available for women’s sizes 5 – 11.

1210 Vina Slippers Pattern

A rubber gripper sole can be added to all versions of these easy slippers. They all make wonderful gifts, too, so don’t be surprised if you find yourself making more than one pair.

Click here to purchase the “Abella Women’s” slipper pattern.

Click here to purchase the “Abella Baby” slipper pattern.

Click here to purchase the “1210 Vina Women’s” slipper pattern.


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