Not only do these easy knitted slippers can prevent a cold that is caused by walking barefoot around the house, they also help maintain a fashionable-yet-comfy home look!
HOW TO MAKE THESE EASY KNITTED SLIPPERS?
First and foremost, let’s talk about yarn. The best yarn to knit these rectangular slippers with is 100% acrylic yarn by Mollet Wool in a pink color (if you want the exact number its 3027). You’ll need about 500 tex/ 200m/ 100g of yarn.
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This free video tutorial will teach you how to make these easy knitted slippers.
The reason why this yarn works best is because it is machine wash and dry safe. When you begin to knit, you must start at the bottom of the foot and work your way up. You’ll also need a 3.5mm knitting hook. The size of these easy knitted slippers is made for adult feet sizes 35 to 37.
Sizes and pattern of Easy Knitted Slippers
The exact video instructions for knitting these easy slippers are as follows (can also be accessed in the video description): For sizes 35 to 37: Start by placing 86 stitches on the needle (42 cm).Then, work the first row on the 1×1 bar (1 knit stitch and 1 stocking st).
Next, make 20 careers in the English bar. 1 row in stocking st; 1 career with 13 decreases; 1 row in stocking st; 1 row with 8 decreases; 2 rows in stocking st; Remember to remove all stitches from the needle and finish with the seam.
For size: Adult (37 to 39). Sequence of points: Start by placing 90 points on the needle (44 cm); Work the first row on the 1×1 bar (1 knit stitch and 1 stocking st) Make 22 or 24 rows in the English bar; 1 row in stocking st; 1 career with 15 decreases; 1 row in stocking st; 1 row with 10 decreases; 2 rows in stocking st; Remove all stitches from the needle and finish with the seam.
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Tutorial and photos of this slippers by: Knitting Art of Loving.
The patterns are so nice and l would love to make but some of the words you use can not be understood like carreers in knit bars, can you pliz explain. I love knitting and would like it in simple English we use Lin our knitting .