Tie Back Boots - Women's + Men's

Size Chart + Materials List

Sew yourself some cosy slipper boots to keep feet snug and warm this winter.  These simple-to-sew yet impressive boots are bound to delight!

Sizes:  Women's 5-12 and Men's 8.5-15

 

PDF Pattern Features
  • Fully lined with no scratchy exposed seams
  • Leather/suede can be used for soles
  • External or Internal elastic
  • BONUS pattern piece for a longer boot which you can also turn over into a cuff 

An adventurous beginner sewer will be able to complete these with ease.

 

Tie Back Boots - Women's + Men's

 

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Make old things new again! Twig & Tale patterns pair wonderfully with recycled fabrics. Look to accidentally shrunken sweaters, woolen skirts or trousers and gently-used leather/corduroy garments for inspiration. 

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Customer Reviews

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L
L.G.
Easy o easy boots

This pattern is quiet simple and comes together rather quickly. Love this pattern and have made several pairs with scraps fabric

R
R.S.
Perfect house boots.

Again a visually stunning pattern with some super handy hacks that make these boots the most comfortable pair iv ever made. Iv literally made 6 pairs since my first, all unique an all fun. Err not, these are asily adaptable for cankles or thoes of us with thick calves.

N
N.R.
Tie back boots

Another great pattern! It gets a little bit fiddled trying to attach the soles, but worth the effort for the comfort that it provides to the wear.

c
c.r.
Great slippers

Fun to make. A big hit with the kids!

J
J.M.
Fantastic boots

Awesome as usual ***

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Tie Back Boots Women's + Men's Material List
Suggested Fabrics

Exterior: Wool fabric, wool blends, denim, cord or other fabric with reasonable structure. If you use a softer fabric such as fleece, it will create a more slouchy boot.  You can also use woolen blankets and felted sweaters for the exterior of your boots.
Lining: You can use pretty much any cosy fabric.  Cotton, flannel, and fleece are all suitable. You can also use fluffy fabrics such as sherpa or shearling; however, you may need to go up a size.
Insoles: Soft comfortable fabric, such as wool from blankets or felted woolen sweaters.
Soles: I like to use leather or suede - I use an old skirt or jacket from the thrift store. You could also use denim or warmer, thicker fabrics and apply paint-on latex or another similar application to reduce slip.

 

Fabric Requirements

You will need about a 1/2 yard (50 metre) of fabric for the exterior Heel + Toe
You will need about a 1/2 yard (50cm) of fabric for the  lining Heel + Toe
You will need about a 1/2 yard (50cm) of fabric for the insole and outer sole combined.
If making the taller height boots- add an additional 8” (20cm) to your Heel + Toe amounts.

 

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