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Easy Slipper Knitting Patterns

by | Oct 11, 2017 | Featured

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Free Knitting Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern Easy Ribby Slippers

Ribby Slippers

These slippers for the whole family feature ribbing on the slipper and and ribbed cuffs. Sizes toddler (child, small woman, large woman, man). Rated very easy and easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Cathy Carron. There are 3 ways to get the pattern: it’s in 2 free ebooks from Interweave –  7 Free Easy Knitting Patterns or 7 Free Knitted Accessories Patterns. Or it’s available as part of the for purchase ebook Lazy Weekend Slipper Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern for Easy Time-Off Slippers

Time-Off Slippers

These easy cuffed slipper socks are knit flat and seamed. 4 sizes – Men’s 10, 11, 12, 14. Rated easy by Red Heart. Designed by Christine Marie Chen

Free Knitting Pattern for Easy Slippers for Him

Slippers for Him

Designed by Red Heart, these unisex slippers come in sizes small, medium, large. Rated very easy by most Ravelrers and easy by the designer Nazanin S. Fard

Slippers for Her Free Knitting Pattern

Slippers for Her

Designed by Red Heart, this pattern for ballet style slippers with flowers comes in sizes small, medium, large. Rated very easy by most Ravelrers

Nola Slippers Free Knitting Pattern

Nola’s Slippers

Designed by Nola Miller for the Seamens Church Institute, these unisex slippers are knit with two strands of worsted together. Size: Men’s Medium. Rated very easy or easy by most Ravelrers.

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Free Knitting Pattern for Easy Pocketbook Slippers

Pocketbook Slippers

These very easy slippers are knit flat and seamed and get their name because they fold into a portable pocketbook shape. You just need to know how to knit, purl, increase, and decrease. Rated very easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Lisa Vienneau & Allison Barrett. Pictured project by Namma119

Free knitting pattern for Non-Felted Slippers and more slipper knitting patterns


Non-Felted Slippers

Designed by Yuko Nakamura, these seamed slippers knit up fast in super bulky yarn. Rated very easy or easy by most Ravelrers.

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 Knitting Pattern for Easy Square Slippers

Knitting Pattern for Easy Square Slippers

Easy Square Slippers

These comfy slippers begin with two squares joined along two sides to form the closed toe. Additional squares are added to this pouch to form the sides, sole, heel, and optional ankle. Rated easy by most Ravelrers. Designed by Vivian Høxbro. Pictured projects by Annika. Available in Knit To Be Square eBook or Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts, 2008

Knitting Pattern for Easy Peasy Slippers

Easy Peasy Slippers

These slippers are worked in a long strip that folds over the top of the foot. The cast-on makes the cuff edge, the back of the heel is seamed closed, and the stitches are joined at the center of the sole with a three-needle bind-off. Two sizes. Rated very easy or easy by most Ravelrers. Designed by Lisa Shroyer. Pictured project by CindyO

Knitting Pattern for 2 Hour Toe Up Slippers

Two Hour Toe Up Slippers

The slippers in this pattern are knit from the toe up using bulky weight yarn or worsted yarn held double. It takes approximately 2 hours to knit a pair. Rated easy or very easy by most Ravelrers.

Knitting Pattern Moonkoosa Boots

Moonkoosa Boots

Felted fringy kicks in mini, short, mid and tall styles. Adult and child sizes. Rated easy by a majority of Ravelrers

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Terry Matz

meTerry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!

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