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Easy Knitted Slippers

By: Sybil Ra from knitting-and-so-on.blogspot.ch
Easy Knitted Slippers
Easy Knitted Slippers

"A cozy pair of slippers to warm your feet on a lazy afternoon at home. Theys are knitted from the toe up and without a seam. The sole is all in stockinette stitch while the upper part switches to garter stitch."

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Knitting Needle Size3 or 3.25 mm

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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These are going on my to do list. I really like the look and the directions are simple and easy to follow. I have all kinds of yarn to use and I will add done puffy paint on the bottoms so they won't be slipping and sliding all over the place.

Those would be nice for warmer weather slippers but don't look heavy enough for cold weather or cold floors, anyway. I do like them and am going to add them to my list of slippers to try. Since I wear them nearly all the time, I like to try different patterns. This could be an easy way to learn toe-up sock knitting.

These socks are knit seamlessly from the toe up. They are much like the Magic Geranium Socks on this site, which are also by the same designer. A great way to use up sock yarn odds and ends. Or maybe that skein you bought and forgot about could become some new socks!

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