Diane Soucy

for Knitting Pure and Simple   2010

107 Lots of Slippers (adults)

No cold feet for anyone this winter! These easy-to-knit slippers are knitted from bulky weight yarn, making them a very fast to knit gift, or knit a pile of them for guests to wear. Gauge is 16 sts to 4 inches, a tight gauge for bulky yarn that makes the slippers wear well. Men’s and women’s sizes. Yarns are A- Merisoft by Punta; B- Alpaca Chunky by Frog Tree; C (short top) Brown Sheep Lamb's Pride Bulky; and C (long top) - Royal Tweed by Lana Grossa.

Pattern Detail

  • no charts
  • no schematics
  • sewing required
  • all season
  • partly circular
  • women's shoe size 5 to 12, and men's shoe size 7 to 12.
  • digital PDF has 2 pages (letter size)
  • easy
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 5.0 mm
    • US 8
    • 16.0 st st
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Carol Ann

Sunday, January 30 2011, 09:21

Thank you for such a quick response. That makes sense. You know, I truly love your patterns and the support you offer. I've made 6 pairs of the children's bulky slipper pattern and now I am looking forward to the adult slippers. Thank you for your help with the pattern and with keeping our family warm during this awful winter in New England!

Diane Soucy

Sunday, January 30 2011, 00:04

On my PDF that I sent to Patternfish, those squares are 1/2 (as in one half inch). We will get that fixed!


Carol Ann

Saturday, January 29 2011, 23:54

The slipper pattern B has some interesting notations, namely a square that appears after some measurements. When it says work to so many inches, as in the heel band, a square appears after the number of inches. I am baffled by this. Does anyone know the reason?

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