The term mukluk is often used for any soft boot designed for cold weather. These sweater boots are where fashion meets comfort. They are so cozy looking and stylish you will want a pair for yourself! The PDF pattern features two sole options, in which you can choose to cut the soles by hand, die cut, or use pre-cut soles available in the Shape 1 Pixie Packs.
Looking for that cute poncho shown with the mukluks? Click here.
The KeLibu Mori Girl Winter ensemble is the perfect outfit to pair with your Mukluks.
Recommended Fabrics: Sweatshirt fleece, light-weight fleece, medium sweater knits, micro chenille (Minky) or heavier t-shirt knits. Choose fabrics with minimal to moderate stretch. Ribbing may be used for the cuffs. Flannel can be used for the leg and upper of the boot, but knit or ribbing is required for the cuff.Supplies Needed:
Skill Level: Confident Beginner
What You Get: One 26 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.
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I love this pattern. Instructions are clear and it seems easy. Can't wait to make.
These boots are a new go-to pattern for me. The instructions are very clear, with great pictures. The boots go together so quickly! And they look fabulous with a wide range of outfits. If you've never tried making doll boots before, this would be a great pattern to start with.
Super cute! Great fit! And easy to make! Thank you!
I have not made alot of shoes/boots yet but this pattern is wonderful. I had scraps of wool I had felted which I used for the first pair I made. Worked very well! Second and third pair were even easier but each type of sweater I used, acts differently but all have been successful. The instructions are very well done and easy to follow. I did use purchased soles and chipboard inserts. Great pattern to try as is the companion pattern for the poncho by QTpi