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Mountain Chalet Boot Slippers

Mountain Chalet Boot Slippers
Mountain Chalet Boot Slippers
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"You can make these beautiful and practical boot slipper socks with this super easy pattern! They are knit flat and seamed making them a great project for new knitters. There isn't any complicated shaping or stitching. Follow the pattern as well as the picture tutorial to help you along. There's also a picture tutorial included for how to add some non-slip soles to the bottom of your slippers. Enjoy these cozy creations all winter long!"


Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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I like the look of these slippers, but they seem a bit holey to be really comfortable. Maybe adjusting the pattern to use smaller needles or thicker yarn would help. I noticed the black pair doesnt seem to be as holey. Maybe it is just a sizing issue for the wearer?

Slipping on a warm pair of chunky, woolen slippers after a day of cold winter weather, is there anything better? This is an easy knitting pattern and the slippers work up quickly. The slippers are knit flat and are perfect for beginners. Make sure to add the non-slip bottoms.

I love making slippers, but I feel like there aren't enough patterns for adult ones that are actually cute. That is why I love these boots so much. They are easy to make also, and because they are boots they are also warm. I really love the non-slip sole, and these would make a perfect quick gift.

These look like fun and cozy slipper boots to make. The pattern is actually simple to follow, and it is knit flat, so just some seaming to do when you're finished. I like making slippers because you can use them for stash busting, make them striped or patchwork colors and they still look great.

Those look really warm and cozy. I am always looking for different slipper or house shoe or boot patterns, since I wear them all day long when I am at home and get tired of the same ones. I don't think I would make these in white, though, not for my house! Mud brown would make more sense, but I think cherry red will do it.

I LOVE cozy slippers like this. The non-slip bottoms are perfect, too since knit items can be quite slippery.

Having the no-slip sole is one great idea! I've shied away from wearing knitted slippers on my wood floor because I was afraid of falling, but with this pattern I don't have to worry about that anymore.


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