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Free Slipper Sewing Pattern

Our basement was freezing.  Not just because it was a basement, but more so because the windows were garbage and all the cold air just kept seeping in.

It was bad enough that after moving in we hung up sheets on every window just to keep our kids from freezing.  I'm surprised we didn't loose any body parts to frostbite.

free slipper sewing pattern

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However, when my 6 year old said she couldn't feel her toes, I started working on a slipper pattern to help keep everyone warm until we could get new windows and better window coverings.

Here we are 3 years later with a much more energy efficient basement and no one has lost any toes thanks to these comfy fleece slippers.


Slipper pattern



I'll admit, I've been sitting on this pattern for 3 years.  Maybe even four.  I've made at least a dozen pairs of these slippers in all the sizes and my kids really do love them.


They keep their little toes warm and each of them can request a different design for their many pairs of slippers.


slipper sewing pattern


Another great thing about this slipper pattern is that it is quick and easy.  Sewing with fleece makes this the perfect beginner sewing projects.  And the smaller sizes can be easily made with just some scrap fabrics.

These slippers would be great with a matching braided fleece blanket or any leftover fleece you have you can use to make a pair of matching fleece mittens with.

Keep those toes cozy this winter with this free slipper pattern perfect for fleece slippers.





Free Slipper Sewing Pattern

Materials Needed




Slipper pattern
Step 1
With Right Sides Together (RST), stitch down the long side of the slipper and along the opposite side that rounds over the two.  Leave the top and bottom of the slipper open.






slipper sewing pattern
Step 2
With RST, pin the sole of the slipper to the bottom of the slipper.  Stitch in place.








free slipper sewing pattern
Step 3
Repeat Step 1 and 2, on the other slipper and the two linings.  Leave a 2-3" opening in each of the lining pieces along the longest side.






fleece slipper pattern
Step 4
Turn the lining slipper inside out.  Slide the main slipper into the lining slipper.  They should be right sides together.  

Stitch the two layers together around the top of the slippers in a circle.

Pull the slippers right side out through the 2-3" opening you made in step 3.







slipper sewing pattern
Step 5
Stitch closed the opening in the lining piece of the slippers.





Slipper pattern
Step 6
Push the lining into the main slipper.  Use your fingers to push the toes and heels into place.





free slipper sewing pattern

slipper sewing pattern
Step 7
Finger press all the seams of the slippers.  Fold down the top of the slippers to make a fluffy cuff.

Repeat all the steps for the second slipper.




fleece slipper pattern

See how easy that was!!  I love to sew with fleece.  It is really forgiving and everything always comes out looking so comfy.

I hope those little toes at your house don't freeze off this winter thanks to this simple slipper pattern.



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Keep those toes cozy this winter with this free slipper pattern perfect for fleece slippers.






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