Posted by: Sylvia | May 8, 2011

Slippers Made On A Knifty Knitter Loom

Slippers Made On A Knifty Knitter Loom

This pattern is for my “No Short Rowing Slippers”. The knitting starts at the heel and works on down to the toe of the slipper. These are quick and easy and make great last-minute gifts. This pattern is for an adult, but you can easily adjust the size by adding or subtracting rows. There is no short rowing to keep track of when doing the heel, which adds to the ease of this pattern. I hope you enjoy these slippers as much as my family does.

Adult Slippers

Materials needed:

Blue Knifty Knitter 24-peg round loom

3 strands of sports weight yarn/6 strand chunky

E-wrap 24 pegs (do not connect)

1. Reverse direction and e-wrap the pegs again.

2. Knit across.

3 – 19 Repeat rows 1 and 2.

Now you will knit around in a tube (do not reverse anymore).

20 – 33 Knit around.

With a large eyed needle, string off toes end. Pull tight and tie off.

Sew up heel end of slipper with a slipstitch.

Chain 75 and weave thru ankle part of slippers. Make pom-poms for decoration if you wish (my husband doesn’t want pom-poms).

I do most of my knitting in the evening watching TV, and this is one of those projects we can complete in one evening without a lot of concentration.

This pattern is also ideal for those last-minute gifts.

The pattern is worked from heel to toe so you can add rows to make it larger or subtract rows to make it smaller. That is the great thing about this pattern; it is simple to adjust but also a nice finished project. Just go by the foot length.

Copyright 2006 LCS

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