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Friday, February 4, 2011




This listing is for a KNITTING PATTERN only, not the finished item.
There is no shipping charge on this item as it is a PDF file.
The pattern will be e-mailed to you within 24 hours of purchase, to the e-mail address linked to you PayPal account.

Pattern accommodates U.S./Can. Women’s shoe sizes 6-9.

Finished length in inches: 9¼” (9½”, 9¾”, 10”)
Finished length in centimeters: 23.5 (24.1, 24.9, 25.4)

•MC: 121yd (110m) Worsted Weight 100% felt-able yarn for slipper bodies
•CC: 66yd (60m) Worsted Weight 100% felt-able yarn for soles
•U.S. size 7 (4.5mm) 24” circular knitting needles
•darning needle
•6 small buttons of choice

16 sts and 36 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch

Sample shown using:
Patons Classic Wool – MC: # 77208 (Jade Heather) and CC: # 00224 (Grey Mix)

This fun and gorgeous shoe PATTERN was inspired by a very bubbly friend of mine who told me she wanted to see a more feminine design in my shop. I love the ruffled detail and the 3 buttons. They would be great as house slippers, or put some durable soles on a pair and wear them outside as well. I love the idea of having a pair of shoes that you know nobody else will have! They would also make a very thoughtful gift.

Made from 100% felt-able yarn, these slippers are warm and stylish, the best of both worlds. Perfect for the knitting woman with a good sense of fashion and flare!

This pattern was written for the intermediate knitter, or the adventurous beginner. The whole shoe is knit in a simple garter stitch, and done seamlessly from the bottom-up. They are then felted to give them extra shape, strength and style. The more complicated techniques include knitting in the round, picking up stitches and short-rows. Very detailed instructions throughout, including many high definition photos to take you step by step throughout the knitting process. If you’ve never done any felting before, don’t be intimidated. The pattern will tell you all the details you’ll need to know, including instructions for top-loading and front-loading washing machines, as well as a hand-felting alternative, for whatever your circumstances.

Also available is a video tutorial for Short-Rows found under the "Help" tab above.

Errata for this pattern can be found here:

© 2011 ~Lise-Anne Michel ~ Pick n’ Knit Patterns
Please respect copyright laws. You cannot resell my patterns or any finished products you knit from them as they are copyrighted by me.

Enjoy and thank you for looking!

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