Warm and Fuzzy Winter Booties

Warm and Fuzzy Winter Booties


Warm and Fuzzy Winter Booties

Free printable sewing patterns are a great option year-round, but these Warm and Fuzzy Winter Boots are a true seasonal delight. Cozy up by the fire, grab a mug of tea and slip your toes into these homemade booties. This free sewing pattern will keep you toasty and happy all season long. After a long, cold day, you'll love slipping them on. Best of all, they're homemade, so you know they'll fit and look great at the same time. Another reason to love these boots is that they are reversible, so once you get bored with one look, you can easily change it up.

Primary TechniqueSewing

Sewn byMachine


  • Leopard print fleece
  • Old wool sweater
  • Medium weight fusible interfacing or rubber sole



  1. Start by printing out this booty pattern. Cut out your pieces and since were making a pair, you should have 4 pieces per pattern. Two for the outer booty and two for the lining.

  2. Take the upper and the body pieces then pin them edge to edge right sides together. Meaning that the body square edge’s right side is facing the upper straight edge’s right side.

  3. Sew along the pin lines then you’ll have something looking like these…

  4. Fold right sides together then sew the body along the side. Technically it’s the back part of your booty. Do this on the outer and the lining.

  5. It should look like these once sewn…

  6. Now with right sides together, insert the outer booty into the lining…

  7. Pinning down the top edge like so…

  8. Then sew along the pin lines.

  9. Turn it inside out and you’ll see that your booty is taking its form…

  10. Let’s attach each sole on! All you do is pin down each sole on the booty’s right side then sew. Therefore you should have your booty turned inside out. Meaning the wrong side is facing you.
  11. Make sure to leave a little opening on your lining so you can pull and turn them inside out once done sewing.

  12. Now turn the booty on its right side then hand sew that little opening…

  13. Hand sew an invisible stitch…

  14. Stitch as invisible as you can.
  15. Tuck your lining in and you’re done with the first pair.

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Hi I was just wondering why would you post free pattern when there is really no pattern. There is people out here who really like these booties, but don't know how to make there own pattern. Maybe you could post one in a large. Thank you. Barb

Hi there! I'm including a photo here of where the pattern can be found in the instructions. It looks like you can scale it to different sizes---try printing the pattern at a larger percentage to see if that works. I hope this helps! -Dana, Editor of FaveCrafts

These couldn't look any cozier. Plus, the pattern is so fun. They would be perfect for lazy days at home when it's too cold to go barefoot and socks just aren't warm enough.

Leave a comment...slippers are absolutely fantastic.

How do I enlarge it. I could do the sole but not sure about the top of foot and cuff. Trying to make one to fit over a cast on my foot and leg Socks are nit large enough to fit over. Any other suggestions appreciated

Hi there, simply use your foot and leg as a guide. There aren't exact instructions for enlarging the pattern, so you'll just have to eyeball it. Thanks! - Julia from FaveCrafts

Where is the pattern and what are the sticky notes? I don't see them.

Hi there, I have updated the project to include the pattern and updated the instructions. I apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience. - Julia from FaveCrafts

Where is the pattern? What or where are the sticky notes?


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