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How to Knit High Slippers

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We are going to learn How to Knit High Slippers. Keep your toes warm with these knitted slipper patterns. You can make a pair for yourself and a friend.

We are going to learn How to Knit High Slippers. Keep your toes warm with these knitted slipper patterns. You can make a pair for yourself and a friend. It’s a free knitting pattern that everyone will love. Available in small, medium, and large, these knitting patterns are great to give to all the members of your family. These darling slippers are comfy and cozy, perfect for cold weather and padding around the house when your toes are chilly. 

Do you love walking around the house in your socks in cold weather but putting on slippers over your socks annoys you because it feels like you’re wearing shoes? At the same time, not all store bought socks are quite warm enough to really keep your feet warm. That’s why this pattern from Katerina Mushyn Central is the perfect happy medium!

Size: 35/37 – 38/40 – 41/43, my size 38
Foot length: 22-24-27 cm.
Materials: 3 skeins of Nako Superlambs Special yarn (49% wool, 51% acrylic, 100 g / 200 m.), 3.75 mm needles.
Knitting tension: 20 stitches = 10 cm wide.

Make these super cute slippers and lounge around the house in comfort and warmth. Grandma’s Knitted Slippers make for a great gift, too!

We are going to learn How to Knit High Slippers. Keep your toes warm with these knitted slipper patterns. You can make a pair for yourself and a friend.


Part I

Part II
Written Instruction

Before you begin, review this page entirely so you understand the full scope of the project.

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5. Homemade Slippers

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