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Easy Beginner Slippers
Free Knitting Pattern
by KarensVariety.com

Size: Bulky yarn
No. 10 knitting needles
 sc  single crochet
 ch  chain
 K  knit
 P  purl
 YO  yarn over
 st(s)  stitch(es)
Tension: 7 sts = 2 inches
11 rows = 2 inches

This is an easy pattern to knit a pair of slippers for beginners and experienced knitters.

These are very warm and comfortable slippers. Since the sides are knit in ridges, they will stretch. To determine the length, pull the slipper ridges; they should stretch to the ball of your foot.

Cast on 29 sts.

Row 1: Knit.
Row 2: K 9, * P 1, K 9, repeat from * once more.

Repeat these 2 rows until there are 14 ridges on right side, ending with Row 2.

Shape Toe:

Row 1: P 1, * K 1, P 1, repeat from * across row.
Row 2: K 1, * P 1, K 1, repest from * across row.

Repeat these 2 rows 4 times more. Then work Row 1.

Break off yarn, leaving an 8 inch end.
Pull yarn through all sts on needle and draw up tightly.
Sew to start of ribbing to form toe.
Fold cast on edge in half and seam for centre back.
You will not want an uncomfortable ridge on the bottom of your foot where you join the slipper; weave the two edges together evenly.

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