Sustenance Slippers by Andrea Mowry

Sustenance Slippers

October 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Reverse Stockinette in the round and blocked
US 5 - 3.75 mm
400 - 480 yards (366 - 439 m)
Small (Medium, Large)
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I love A Verb for Keeping Warm Horizon yarn, and when they came out with a marled version I knew I had to knit up some new slippers! The wool for this yarn is raised on Sally Fox’s bio-dynamic farm - Viriditas. The sheep help to fertilize the land bringing everything full circle on this farm. Horizon is named for Sally’s progressive and innovative farming practices!

These slippers are a fast and enjoyable knit. Perfect while sipping on the hot bevi of your choice as soon as the crisp autumn winds blow in and the first few leaves fall to the ground.

Sizes: Adult Woman’s Small (Medium, Large)
Finished Measurements:
Calf Circumference - 9 (10, 11.25)”/23 (25.5, 28.5) cm
Foot Circumference - 7.5 (8.25, 9)”/19 (21, 23) cm
Yarn: A Verb for Keeping Warm - Marled Horizon (160 yds/50 g) 3 skeins Nest
Suggested Needles: US 5/3.75 mm – DPNs or 32”/80 cm or 40”/100 cm circular needle for magic loop
Notions: Stitch markers (4), tapestry needle, scissors, smooth waste yarn, and floss for a lifeline (recommended)
Gauge (worked over Reverse Stockinette stitch in the round & blocked): 22 sts & 30 rows = 4”/10 cm
Techniques to Indulge In: Knitting, purling, decreases, and afterthought heel, to name a few!

Video Tutorial for Afterthought Heel with Lifelines!