There is something very comforting about a warm pair of slippers. Here links to a few tutorials and patterns for fabric foot warmers that you can sew for gifts or for yourself. My toes are feeling toasty already.
Martha Stewart provides a template and tutorial to make these felt slippers trimmed with bells.
Shabby Raggy Roses designed these very elegant ballet slippers.
Creative Maven also has a ballerina style slipper tutorial.
Prudent Baby creates a rosette topped fabric slip-on slipper with their tutorial.
Another elegant slipper choice, these felt slippers created by Alisa Burke would be perfect for the glam girl.
Another glam option is this tutorial to make velvet and lace mule slippers on Craft.
If you are a fan of clogs, then you might love these cosy, fabric clogs created by A Bit of This and a Bit of That.
Backstich Baby shares a fabulous repurposing tutorial that uses jeans pockets to create some stylish slippers.
Nancy Minsky also shares a tutorial for re-purposing jeans to create a very feminine mule style slipper.
Upcycele old knitwear and make these felted slippers found on Instructables.
Another upcycled sweater into slippers tutorial on Instructables produces a very different looking slipper, complete with bird motif.
This tutorial is provided on Craftster for a pair of wrap over styles slippers.
Craft with Confidence shares this tutorial for making some rockin' slippers for boys (or girls). The foam on the sole would make these particularly squishy and comfy.
If Life Was Like a Cupcake shares this soft soled fabric slipper pattern.
Thrillingly Thrifty shares a tutorial to make recycled slippers for a baby from old knitwear.
If you want to find a non-slip fabric to use on the bottom of slippers, then Joggles stocks just the thing: !!Slipper Patterns Patterns - Jiffy Grip Non-Skid Fabric. Just click the link to find the perfect slippers from slip sliding all over the floor.
Mmmm...I feel warm and cosy just linking to these tutorials.