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Knit Muk Luks Slippers

Updated February 26, 2018
Knit Muk Luks Slippers
Knit Muk Luks Slippers
This image courtesy of bergeredefrance.com

These Knit Muk Luks Slippers are the perfect foot companion when you're hanging around the house on a cold and windy winter day. This knit pattern is a slipper and boot hybrid, so your feet will feel nice and toasty. The unique stitch down the front of the slipper, as well as the cute pom pom tassels on top make this slipper knitting pattern really stand out from the crowd. These stylish knit slippers make a great gift for anyone in your life. Teenage girls will especially love lounging around with these beauties on their feet.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

Materials List

  • 5, 5 balls Magic + Yarn in Gunura (23250)
  • 5.0 mm knitting needles
  • 4.5 mm crochet hook
  • Soles for sewing (36/38 ref 30864) (39/41 ref 30867)
  • Pompom Maker (61274)

Stitches Used

STOCKING ST (ST ST), using 5.0 mm needles.
REVERSE STOCKING ST (REV ST ST), using 5.0 mm needles.
Tension/Gauge
To achieve a good result it is essential to make a tension square:
17 sts and 23 rows over St st using 5.0 mm needles = 10 cm (4 in) square.

1st & 2nd pieces (make 2 alike):

CO 26-30 sts.
Row 1: k 2-3, p2, k2, p2, k 10-12, p2, k2, p2, k 2-3.
Row 2: Work the sts as they appear. This sets the patt, cont until work measures 8.5 cm (3½ in) [20 rows] total.
Next row (dec): k 2-3 , p2, k2, p2, k 3-4 , sl1, k1, psso, k2tog, k 3-4, p2, k2, p2, k2-3.
Rep these decs in the same place as before on every 10th row 4 times, working 1 st less before the psso and 1 st less after the k2tog.
When work measures 30-34 c m ( 12-13½ i n) [ 72-82 rows] total, leave the rem 16-20 sts on a spare needle.

Heel

Pick up the 16-20 sts from each of the 2 pieces on the same needle. Leaving the 1st and last 7-9 sts unworked, cont on the central 18-22 sts as folls: Sl the 1st st, k 6-8, sl1, k1, psso, k2tog, k 7-9.
Cont in St st, leaving 1 st unworked at the beg of every row until there are 6 sts in the centre.
Cont in St st, working 1 extra st at the beg of every row until there are 16-20 sts on the needle.

Foot

Work across all 30-38 sts for 14-16 cm (5½-6¼ in) [30-36 rows ].

Toe

Next row (dec): k 2-3, p2, k2, p1, k2tog, sl1, k1, psso, k 8-14, k2tog, sl1, k1, psso, p1, k2, p2, k 2-3.
This row sets the pattern, rep these decs in the same place as before by working 1 st less at the start & end of the decs and 2 sts less at the centre decs on every alt row twice, then every row 1-2 times.
Close the end of the toe by grafting the rem 14-18 sts and working together the 1st and last 2 sts.

To Make Up

Using the 4.5 mm crochet hook make a chain approx 90 cm in length and lace the back of the sock as folls: pass the chain through the 1st purl st at each edge and cross every 8th row.
Crochet a second chain approx 110 cm in length and lace the top of the foot and front of sock in the same way as for the back.
Make 4 pompoms approx 3 cm diameter and fix each of them to a chain end.
Stitch on the soles using cross stitch.

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The picture is very nice, the color chosen is very nice. The pattern is not so nice. I tried to get it, really I did but my patience just ran out. This is a complicated mush mash of directions. It is not something I can figure out and I am just going to let it go.

The first problem I see is that the yarn is listed just about everywhere as being a #4 not a #5. I did try to make these a few years ago and as someone else mentioned the instructions are not well written and they do not look like the picture, I can well imagine that's why this is now the only website that has this pattern, anywhere else you could get the pattern has removed it, including the designer.

The photo looks great. The directions though are so confusing and I don't think they are well written. Where do you get the soles and how do you attach them? The pattern should be more detailed. I am disappointed.

Hi Tricia108, We're sorry to hear you're having trouble with this pattern. Here is the link to the original source of the pattern (including a downloadable PDF of the instructions): https://www.bergeredefrance.com/mag-04-19-slipper-socks-2.html. Hopefully this helps provide more clarification! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

I am trying to make these but the pattern is very confusing, especially when I got to the foot area and there is no cable down the front which was the part I really liked.

Hi nanbty, You can purchase the materials used in this pattern by visiting the designer's website: https://www.bergeredefrance.com/mag-04-19-slipper-socks-2.html. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Where do you get the soles?

Hi Iceni, You can purchase the materials used in this pattern by visiting the designer's website: https://www.bergeredefrance.com/mag-04-19-slipper-socks-2.html. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

This is an interesting pattern. As I understand it, you work it flat and create two long pieces that come down and join at the heel, then you work the foot up to the toe. Is that how others understand it? That's the only thing for me that explains why you lace up both the front and the back of the work.

Here is the link on the Berger de France website for the English version of the pattern ..... https//www.bergeredefrance.com/mag-04-19-slipper-s == ocks-2.html

These laced slippers are really nice I would enjoy knitting, for myself, friends, and family. In various colors of worsted weight yarn.

This pattern does not match the image. This is a great pattern, with a cable down the middle. If someone can translate it, it can' be found on the www.begerdefrance.com website. I was so disappointed this was not a correct pattern, as the image of these is so enticing.

Amazon sold out of this yarn till further notice...... (

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