Little Girls Ballet Slipper with Flower by Monique Rae
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Little Girls Ballet Slipper with Flower

Knitting
December 2012
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches
US 11 - 8.0 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
200 - 300 yards (183 - 274 m)
6 3/4" to 8 1/2"
This pattern is available for $4.95 USD buy it now

Just for little girls, this style of slippers have a low ride back and sides and are designed to just cover the toes.

The slippers are knitted in the round as well as straight knitting and uses 100% wool worsted weight yarn, basic knit stitches, 24” circular needles. Skill level, easy to moderate, short row knitting involved. Machine washing for felting technique.

Pattern includes a materials list, detailed instructions (in English) and some tips. You will be able to make 3 different sizes from this one pattern.

Sizes Small Medium and large: Little Girls size 10 to Big Girls size 5, foot measurements are included with pattern.Tip for Xsmall sizes too.

small size - 6 3/4” is about a little kids size 12-13
medium size 7 3/4” is about a big kids size 2-3
large size 8 3/4” is about a big kids size 4-5

if larger size need use womens summer pattern

** for smaller than 6 3/4” or about a little kids size 10 continue to wash until small size needed.

Great gift for loved ones! Endless decorating possibilities. Have fun designing your slippers! These slippers are designed to “hug” your foot with a comfortable arch.

It is a 4 page down load with the written instructions on the first two pages and photos on the 3rd and 4th pages for visual help if needed. (723 KB) Since this is a pdf download it is non refundable.

If you need help creating your slippers after looking over the pattern, please feel free to contact me. I will be happy to help.

Yes, you can sell your finished work, please state that it was created from a Monique Rae Design. Please respect the copyright and do not sell, copy, share or distribute the pattern itself. Thank you for your understanding. Monique Rae