Graceful Slippers by Talena Winters

Graceful Slippers

Knitting
March 2019
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 10 - 6.0 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
103 - 146 yards (94 - 134 m)
Ladies Small (US 5-8), Ladies Large (US 8.5-12)
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Revised February 2019. Now includes worsted weight!

Make-them-today and a perfect fit!

These fast-finish slippers use basic stitches, short-row shaping, and a forgiving gauge. A drawstring bow causes the simple shape to hug the feet, creating a very flattering fit.

Knitting flat, cast on at the cuff, shape the heel and toe with short rows, and finish with an eyelet row for weaving a ribbon through to gather the excess fabric. Lots of design grace makes for a perfect fit!

Designed for Worsted or Bulky weights in two sizes.

SKILL LEVEL: Easy

FORMAT: Adobe PDF File

SIZES: Ladiesโ€™ Small (US shoe size 5 - 8) and Ladiesโ€™ Large (US shoe size 8.5 - 12)

GAUGE:
NOTE: Gauge for this pattern is flexible. This measurement is provided for reference only.

SWATCH SIZE: 10 cm/4 inches over Stockinette stitch

BULKY: 14-16 sts and 21-24 rws on larger needles
WORSTED: 20-22 stitches and 28-30 rows on smaller needles

TUTORIALS: Links to downloadable online tutorials provided. A full glossary is included.

SKILLS YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE THIS PATTERN: Knit, purl.

PATTERN REQUIREMENTS:
YARN:
BULKY: 2 x 100g/101 m (3.51 oz/110 yds) bulky weight yarn (See Note on Gauge. Iโ€™ve used Knit Picksโ€™ Biggo, Shetland Chunky, and Cascade Yarnsโ€™ Ecological Wool); 6.0 mm/US 10 straight needles (Opt. for I-cord finish, 2 dpns of same size)
Approximate yardage requirements: 103, 118 m/112, 128 yds

WORSTED: 1 x 100 g/198.0 m (3.51 oz/220 yds) balls worsted-weight yarn (See Note on Gauge. I used Knit Picks Wool of the Andes); 5.0 mm/US 8 straight needles (Opt. for I-cord finish, 2 dpns of same size)
Approximate yardage requirements: 114, 131 m/128, 146 yds

NOTIONS: yarn needle; scraps of yarn for markers; 1.3 m/4 ft ribbon or narrow fabric scrap (finished with hem, Fray Stop, or pinking shears) for ties

Printing Suggestion: If you choose to print this pattern, it will be easiest to follow if you print it double-sided and staple it down the left side in booklet form. Also, choose the โ€œPrint Actual Sizeโ€ option in your print dialogue box to make sure the sewing patterns are printed accurately.


Your file will be available for download as soon as you complete purchase. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns, or for pattern support.

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