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How to Knit Slippers for Kids

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We are going to learn How to Knit Slippers for Kids. Keep your feet cozy and warm when you work up one of these slipper patterns.

We are going to learn How to Knit Slippers for Kids. Keep your feet cozy and warm when you work up one of these slipper patterns. No matter the season, sliding on a pair of soft slippers keeps your feet comfortable around the house. This pattern would be best for an intermediate or advanced knitter, as it uses a few more advanced techniques. You can knit a pair in a few evenings and then keep them near your door for your Kids.

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. 

Size Chart of Children’s Knitted Shoes:

Age 1-2 2-3 4-5 6-8 9+
Shoe Size 18-20 23-25 26-28 29-31 32-34
Foot Length 10-12 14-15.5 16-17.5 18-19.5 20-21.5
Foot Width 5 6 6 6 7

This is a great project for using up your stash of leftovers (if you knit them using two colors, you’ll need less than 100 gr each).

We are going to learn How to Knit Slippers for Kids. Keep your feet cozy and warm when you work up one of these slipper patterns.

Written Instruction

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

You may also like the following free pattern tutorials :
1. How to Knit Slippers to any size
2. How To Crochet Easy Beginner Slippers
3. 1.5 Hour Crochet Slippers
4. Harlequin Crochet Slippers
5. Homemade Slippers

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