Child Slippers by Lise-Anne Michel
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Child Slippers

Knitting
DK (11 wpi) ?
4.5 stitches and 9 rows = 1 inch
in garter stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
146 - 151 yards (134 - 138 m)
Child's U.S. size 11-2
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This pattern results in child slippers that will be extra warm and cozy for your special little guy/girl. They’re so fun to make and have a fun Granddad loafer look to them. Made of 100% felt-able yarn, they are amazing little slippers, and comfy cozy.

Sizing:
Pattern accommodates U.S./Can. Child shoe sizes 11-2.
Finished length in inches: 7” (7¼”, 7½”, 7¾”, 8”)
Finished length in centimeters: 17.8 (18.4, 19.1, 19.7, 20.3)

Materials:
•MC: 69 yd (63 m) 100% wool DK weight felting yarn for slipper bodies
•CC: 82 yd (75 m) 100% wool DK weight felting yarn for soles & flaps
•8” - size 7 (4.5mm) Double Pointed Needles
•darning needle
•4 – small buttons of choice

Gauge: 16 sts and 34 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch

Sample Shown Using:

Cream & Brown Slippers:
MC: Peer Gynt by Sandnes Garn in shade 2523 (off white)
CC: Naturelle by Naturally in shade 2543 (brown)

Blue on Blue Slippers:
MC: Tove by Sandnes Garn in shade 5846 (dark blue)
CC: Tove by Sandnes Garn in shade 5930 (light blue)

Pink & Brown Slippers:
MC: Tove by Sandnes Garn in shade 4517 (pink)
CC: Naturelle by Naturally in shade 2543 (brown)

Description:
These fun little Toddler Loafers are the perfect gift to keep the special little feet in your life cozy and warm.
This pattern includes several high definition photos, written instructions in easy to understand terms, as well as detailed felting and finishing instructions.
If you’ve never felted before, this is a perfect beginner project! It’s felted in the washing machine, in an easy peasy process, and there are detailed instructions to guide you along the way. Instructions are given for Top Loading and Front Loading washing machines, as well as a Hand Felting alternative, for whatever your circumstances may be.
This pattern is intended for the Intermediate level Knitter, or the Adventurous Beginner. The entire pattern is done in garter stitch and techniques within the pattern include picking up stitches, knitting in the round, short-rows, cable cast-on, and buttonholes.
If you are one of the many visual learners out there in the world, you will be pleased to note that I have video tutorials to help with the more complicated parts of this pattern. These videos can be found under the “Knitting Help” tab at the top of my webpage:

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© 2011 ~Lise-Anne Michel ~ Pick n’ Knit Patterns
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Enjoy and thank you for looking!