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Botties non slip soles
Botties non slip soles
Botties non slip soles
Botties non slip soles

Botties non slip soles

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Type : DIY Slipper Soles
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Making your own shoes has never been so easy, so convenient and so stylish! With Botties soles for DIY shoes you create your own handmade footwear in no time. Our numerous instructions will help you to sew, crochet or knit slippers and summer street shoes. The process is simple with basic handicraft skills, a standard sewing machine or crochet hook. In a few hours you can create your shoes easily whether you are a beginner or advanced crafter! Flashy and fancy or plain and simple?

Just add your own yarn...Let your creativity run wild!

Yet another innovative addition to our product lineup are the easy-to-work-with soles for DIY shoes. They're catering to the discerning needs of crafters - an ingenious footwear solution that empowers them to fashion their own personalized footwear utilizing crochet, knitting, felting or sewing techniques.

Botties BASIC EDITION is currently offered in three most popular sizes - EU 37-38, 39-40, 41-42.


  • 1 pair of Botties® soles
  • 1 pair of felt insoles
  • 5 meters of waxed thread for stable connection to the upper shoe
  • 1 pair of Botties® labels
  • Basic Instructions

The soles are made of flexible plastic (TPU). It is non-toxic, skin-friendly and completely recyclable. In addition, it is so strong and durable that you can reuse your soles MANY TIMES. Create new individual footwear every season - for indoors or outdoors.

The perforated edge allows direct crocheting or sewing. Various freely available instructions for crocheting, sewing, felting and knitting accompany you on your first attempt to create your own shoes.

Additional guidance on how to use to make a Basic edition slipper can be found on the Botties manufacturer's website here.