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Magic Geranium Slippers

By: Sybil from
Magic Geranium Slippers
Magic Geranium Slippers
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These Magic Geranium Slippers come from such an interesting slipper knitting pattern. It marries the best of slippers and socks to create these knitted slippers which are snug like socks but soft and thick like slippers. This free knitting pattern combines round and flat knitting, so there's a lot of interesting stuff going on here. Using a magic cast on and knitted with multiple stitch patterns, this no-sew knitted slipper pattern is one you won't want to miss. It also offers instructions on how to customize the slippers to fit your feet, so you can make them just right.


Knitting Needle Size3 or 3.25 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

How to Knit in the Round

Learn an easy method for knitting in the round so that you're totally prepared to take on this adorable slipper pattern! 

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I really like the way these slippers are more like socks. They will stay on your feet and not bunch up like bulky slippers do sometimes. I have always had trouble knitting in the round when the project is this small. Thank you for including the video tutorial for the magic loop method.

This is a great design for slipper type socks. This pattern would be a great way to use up the odds and ends of sock yarn you have in your stash - make the slippers striped or multi colored, and they don't need to match unless you want them to!

I have a lot of sock yarn and I am really not good at making socks. This might be a good pattern for me to practice on and use some of my sock yarn up. The pattern is very clear about how to plan the sock so it will fit your foot.

Not only do I love the look of these slippers but it would also give me a chance to learn three or four new techniques, such as the magic cast-on and customization. Great pattern!

You can never have too many slippers. This pattern is easy to do and will keep your feet warm.


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