The pattern of warm slipper-boots is not complicated. It can be easily built by every skilled worker who wants to sew warm and beautiful home shoes on her own. In this article you will find pictures and a description of the construction of a pattern that you can easily use in your work. House slippers-boots with their appearance can resemble the long-known ugi. They are very soft and cozy. With them your feet will always be warm. These slippers have many advantages. If you have faced sewing before, namely, with sewing bags, various covers, mittens, then for you their sewing should not be difficult. Sewing such shoes-boots can from anything,from any improvised materials. Surely each of us has an old sheepskin coat, boots, sweaters, jeans. These things will serve as the basis of the future product. In this case, it will cost you a mere penny. Now it's time to tell you about what you can make sneakers. For sewing such an unusual home shoes use a lot of different materials. As a sole, you can take shoe leather or leatherette. For insoles, spilk, suede, or cloth can be used most often. In the area where the insole and soles of the boot are located, there is a cushion layer. It can be cut from plain plain cardboard. This is the material that is, perhaps, all. Also, as a gasket may be a sintepon or foam rubber. In order for you to get strong sneakers that will faithfully serve you more than one year, you should always use only high-quality materials, in particular, threads. Suitable for any cotton, cotton or lavsan. Well, in order to sew individual elements of the top of the home boots, you can use ordinary nylon thread. All edging slices, of course, if you havesuch an opportunity should be performed with a sewing machine. Well, already try to stitch the top by hand. I recommend that you buy an awl at a specialized store. It, in turn, will help you with sewing slippers, no matter how hard the material was. Using this tool, you can easily flash all the details. For those needlewomen who prefer notopen slippers, and warmer, will be a little more difficult. I think everyone knows that the pattern of the soles is absolutely not difficult. It's enough just to draw a leg around and add a few centimeters for the allowances on the seams. Well, in order to make the top of this kind of slippers, you need more complex mathematical calculations. Therefore, it is much easier to use the simplest method of wrapping. An example for patterning the top pieces can be any boots or shoes at low speed. Take into account that home shoes should not be "back-to-back", on the contrary, it should be free and comfortable, so that in no case does it bring discomfort when wearing. First you need to crumple the paper. After this procedure, it will be easier to lie on the surface of the shoe. In the event that you want the future homemade boots to fully fit, then use the model leg as a template. When you wrap, you can lay wrinkles, fixing them with ordinary scotch tape or pins. The middle line and the line that connects to the sole, sketch on the front side of the boot and on the heel. Try to remove the paper so that the pins do not split. The further action when creating a pattern is to make notches or notches on paper and divide the resulting pattern into several parts, so that it's easier to transfer the pattern to the fabric from which these slippers will be made directly. You can use the patterns that you see below. Your slippers will turn out to be warm and comfortable. Now it's time to tell you thatit is better to use for making domestic sneakers. You can cut out details of boots made of materials such as leather, leatherette, suede, felt, felt, etc. Do not forget about the allowances that are necessary for seams. They should be no less than 5 millimeters. Using the patterns, cut out the lining. Previously mentioned which materials are best used. All parts must be sewn separately. The edges, if desired, can be processed using a braid or edging band. Fasten the upper part of the sneaker to the sole. The line should be laid along the line from the toe to the heel, on both sides of the boot-slipper. In the event that the upper part of the product has turned out to be larger than the sole, the remnants can be applied to the heel suture.