satin boudoir slippers by Erika Knight

satin boudoir slippers

1/2- inch wide double sided satin ribbon
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 19 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 9 - 5.5 mm
US 9 - 5.5 mm
95 - 110 yards (87 - 101 m)
Small (womens 4.5-5.5: length of 8.25 inches) Medium (women 6.5-7.6 with lenght of 9 inches) or Large (Women 8.5-9.5 length 9.75 inches)

From the pattern description: Ribbon is a beautiful and readily available material for knitting. There is a huge variety currently on the market, from satins, velvets, and organzas to ginghams and brocades. These simple slippers are worked in two stockinette-stitch pieces in a double-sided satin ribbon that creates a luxurious yet firm fabric. Lined with an insole covered in silk dupion and decoratively adorned with ribbon ties, they are both pretty and practical.

Additional Notions:
large sewing needle, a pair of insoles, approximately 1/4 yard 27-inch-wide silk dupion and fabric glue.