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Knitted Moccasin Slippers


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Protect your feet from dust and dirt with these cute knit slippers. This knitting pattern can be worn with or without socks and are perfect for keeping your toes nice and warm during the cool fall and winter months.  Great to give as knit gifts to all your friends and family, these knit slippers can be worked up in any colored yarn you like and are sure to be appreciated by those who are prone to cold feet.  This knit slipper pattern will fit most feet, but directions are given for increasing or decreasing the size.

Knitted Moccasin Slippers
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Knitting Needle Size: 8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I wish it was done in English Adobe as well as French Unless someone could inquire this and email it to me printer not working

This is a very cute slipper pattern but too boxy to fit properly. I made 2 pair for 2 grand daughters after adjusting the pattern many times. I cut out about 1/2 of the rows for the sole and 3 rows cut from the top of the slipper. Even though the length of the slipper fit, the top was too tall and wide. After my adjustments I was able to make a second pair and the fit was good. Of course they both wanted pom poms and that added to the look of the slipper. Thanks for the great beginnings of the pattern.

how did you do that? where did you remove? I made this pattern before and it was boxy...loose...your solutions sounds good but how and where did you cut?


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