Knitted Women's Slippers

Knitted women's slippers are not just cozy footwear; they are like a warm hug for your feet! These comfy companions come in a variety of colors and patterns, making them perfect for anyone looking to add a touch of style to their loungewear. Whether you prefer classic cable knit designs or playful pom-poms, there is a knitted slipper out there waiting to become your new favorite at-home essential. Slip into these soft and snuggly slippers, and you'll instantly feel a sense of relaxation and comfort wash over you. So, treat your feet to some knitted goodness and elevate your lounging experience with a pair of adorable and oh-so-comfortable women's slippers!

FINISHED SIZES

Adjustable, size 5-8

MATERIALS

Yarn

DMC Myboshi

1 x 50g ball in Ocean Blue (shade 153)

1 x 50g ball in Raspberry (shade 139)

Needles

1 pair 6mm (UK 4, US 10) needles

Accessories

Stitch markers

Tapestry needle

1m of thin ribbon

YARN DETAIL

DMC Myboshi

Chunky weight

70% acrylic, 30% wool

50g/55m (60yds)

Machine wash cold

TENSION

12 sts and 26 rows over garter stitch using 6mm needles to make a 10cm or 4in square

(Make 2)

Note: break yarn when changing colour and weave in ends as you go.

Using Ocean Blue, cast on 29 sts leaving a long tail and knit one row.

Row 1 (RS): K1, m1, knit to last st, m1, k1. 31 sts

Row 2 (WS): Knit

Row 3: K1, m1, knit to last st, m1, k1. 33 sts

Row 4: Knit.

Row 5: K1, m1, k14, k3tog, k14, m1, k1.

Row 6: Knit.

Repeat rows 5 and 6 twice more. Change to Raspberry.

Row 11 (RS): K1, m1, k14, k3tog, k14, m1, k1.

Row 12 (WS): Knit.

Repeat rows 11 and 12 four times more. Change to Ocean Blue. Repeat rows 11 and 12 five times. Change to Raspberry. Repeat rows 11 and 12fourtimes. Repeat row 11 once more. Cast off knitwise on the WS, leaving a long tail.

MAKING UP

1 With right sides together and using the long tail from the cast on and cast off edges, sew together the two 'Vs' of the piece, using the image below as a guide.

2 Thread thin ribbon around the edge of the slipper, pull tight to desired size, then knot and finish with a bow.

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