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Kris Basta

for Kriskrafter   2012

ss113 Kwiki Slippers

While riding in the car one day, I had a set of #10 DPNs and some bulky yarn…“hmm” said to self, “what can I make in the 2 hour drive to Billings….”

Seamless, fast, and easy. These slippers knit up in a matter of a few hours. Using the Emily Ocker cast on method you will knit these from the toe up. Reference is included for the cast on (it’s very very easy).

If you need a gift for someone in a hurry, this is the project for you. Super comfy and looks great!

Pattern has instructions for Womens sizes SM(6-7), Med(8- 8.5). LG(9-10), XL(10.5-11).

You will need bulky weight yarn 67(70,76,81) yds, or if you can get the correct gauge you can use 2 strands of worsted held together.

This pattern has been fully tested by a group of wonderful testers.

As with all my patterns, feel free to make and sell as many slippers as you like. :)

Pattern Detail

  • no charts
  • no schematics
  • sewing required
  • all season
  • partly circular
  • women's: sm(6/7), med(8/8.5), lg(9/10), xl(10.5/11)
  • digital PDF has 3 pages (letter size)
  • easy
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 6.0 mm
    • US 10
    • 12.0 st st
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