How to Knit Slippers?


To knit slippers you will need a pattern that you like. You can often get free patterns if you visit a yarn or craft store. Yarn makers often provide free patterns. Find the one that you like. Look for the type of yard and size needles you need so you can get those at the same time.
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How to Knit Slippers
This original pattern is for a child's size pair of slippers, but can be altered to fit any size foot. This project is fairly simple but does require minimal knitting knowledge. Follow the steps in this article to learn how to knit a pair of slippers.... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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Knitting things to wear around the house can be a fun way to hone ones knitting skills and also a great idea for gifts around the holidays. To knit slippers one needs a good pattern
Learning how to knit slippers is a great choice if you want to make hand-knit gifts that are easy and enjoyable to knit, and won't require you to invest large sums of money. In addition
1. Take measurements or estimate size based on age and body frame. Size options for knit mittens and slippers to include infant, toddler, child and adult sizes. Look for sizing options
1. Start at the back of the heel (A, of illustration) and make the first two rows three inches high, then gradually shorten the next three rows, and keep each row this height until's-Slipp...
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A person can easily knit slippers by following a simple pattern. Slippers make a great gift, especially during the colder months. Slippers can be made by using ...
1. Cast on 86 stitches using the cast-on method of your choice. Knit 14 rows in the garter stitch. 2. Knit 40 stitches, knit two stitches together. Purl two stitches ...
1. Holding one strand of each yarn together, cast on 30 stitches. 2. Knit back and forth in garter stitch until the work is 6 inches long from the beginning. 3 ...
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