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U-Turn Knit Slippers

By: Sybil Ra from knitting-and-so-on.blogspot.de
U-Turn Knit Slippers
U-Turn Knit Slippers
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"A pair of hand-knitted slippers warms your feet and can make you feel more comfortable at home. These slippers are knitted in a U-Turn shape around the tip of your foot - always knitted flat. They are constructed in one piece, i.e. there are only two ends to weave in per slipper and you don't have to there is no need to sew any seams. The pattern comes out best when using variegated yarn, e.g. colorful sock yarn."

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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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I like the way these slippers are constructed even though I don't think the photos do the slippers justice.The pattern is not for a beginner knitter as noted and I can see why. It is not that complicated, just a bit tricky. My feet are always cold, even in summer so I like how these slippers are constructed. Sock yarn is light enough so that the slippers are not too bulky. I can't wait to make them. Thank you.

I really like one-piece construction and no seams! This is a perfect pattern for summer slippers since the yarn is lightweight. This one's going on my list. -)

These are pretty slippers in a unique pattern. I think they must feel more like socks, though, since you use sock yarn and small needles, so they might be good for warmer seasons. I like that the designer gives clear instructions and also tells you how to adapt the pattern for different sizes.

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