Stay Warm All Winter with These Cozy Slippers

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Make Any Size from Infant to Adult Women!

We fell in love with these darling baby booties because they’re so soft and cozy as well as being super cute. Then we discovered that patterns are available for older kids and women too. Nice!

They’re sure to keep both toes and ankles toasty. Plus, they can be styled in many ways. Add bows or not, roll them down or not, and choose from a variety of fabric types.

Baby, Kids and Womens Slipper Patterns

Select one fabric for the exterior and another for the lining. Quilting cotton, flannel and fleece work great for the outside. Minky, quilting cotton, fleece and flannel make nice interiors. Be sure to look at the patterns for recommendations, as they vary by size.

Choose a non-slip fabric, such as this one, for the soles.

Baby Booties Pattern

The pattern for the baby booties covers sizes 1 – 5.

Click here to purchase the “Baby Booties – Winter Boots” pattern.

Kids' Slippers Pattern

Sizes 6 – 13 are included in the kids’ pattern.

Click here to purchase the “Kid Slipper” pattern.

Youth and Womens' Slipper Pattern

Youth and Womens' Slipper Pattern

Youth and women sizes 1 – 13 are included in the largest sized pattern.

Click here to purchase the “Youth-Women’s Slipper” pattern.


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