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Easy Family Slippers


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Make yourself, and the family, a pair of cozy slippers that they'll enjoy for years to come! Do you prefer knitting with double pointed needles? Or are straight needles your favorite tool to work with? Thankfully no matter how you answered, you'll enjoy making this knit slipper pattern because it features two different versions: one for DPNs, and one for straight needles! This pattern offers two adult sizes and a children's size.

Easy Family Slippers
Easy Family Slippers
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Knitting Needle Size: 10 or 6 mm

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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bulky wool what ply would that be.

Hi amfm1128 6492154, Bulky yarn is 12 ply. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Can't find the knitting pattern for these slippers. When I click the link for it, it gets me to some weird site, but not the pattern site. Help anybody ????

Hi BullitsMom, Thanks for notifying us. The pattern link has been updated. -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Does anyone know of a product that I can use on the bottom of these slippers. They are extremely slippery on wood floors. I would appreciate HELP. Thank you

I used a product that used to be called "puffy paint." Michaels sells "Dimensional paint" which is similar. Just make a design on the bottom of the slipper, e.g., zig-zag or lines.

Both Mary Maxim and Herschners sell a kit to put a rubber type strip on the bottom of slippers and socks-its inexpensive and very effective.

I am confused about the rest of the sipper. All I saw was how to do the toe.

Have recently acquired some bulky wool - you have just solved my problem of what to do with them - it is coming onto Winter here (l am in Australia) and l thank you for your great suggestion!

These are the most comfortable slippers. Lovely to sleep in too. Not tight and stopping the blood. Fantastic.

Those slippers look like bombs.


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