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

Based on 15 reviews
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

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.

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.

Great slippers

Fun to make. A big hit with the kids!

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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