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Bunny Hop Slippers

By: Nikol Lohr

Free knitting patterns like this one are not only nice for keeping toes toasty, but they're adorable. Make a pair of Bunny Hop Slippers for everyone on your list!


Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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I am looking for this Bunny Hop slipper in little children's sizes. Could you give me the directions for this? It's a darling slipper but I don't want it for adults, so I'll wait to see if you can help me. Thank you, Beth McConn

I LOVE these! I have a few people that I intend on making these for! I didn't even know what a Thrum was before your helpful instructions! Now I can't wait to get my hands on the mats to play with them, and, who knows? Maybe come up with my own pattern for a different animal! Thank you for taking so much time to bless us with your instructions!

love these !!

After you click on to the pattern instructions, it will then offer the pdf file. Down to the lower, right hand corner, you should see a list of symbols for options, how to save, where, print, etc. If you want to save it, just click the symbol that looks like a floppy disk, and it should brink up your files to save it to. Hope this helps!

I'm sorry, I meant to put it in this order: 1- Click on download pattern. 2- Click on download pdf file - this is when the symbols should appear on the lower right hand of the screen. Then just save to your preferred file. I had to play around with this myself when I first discovered AllFreeKnitting, so don't feel bad. ;-)

there is no pattern to copy. how come?

these are the cutest slippers ever!


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