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Grandma's Knitted Slippers

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Make these super cute slippers and lounge around the house in comfort and warmth. Grandma's Knitted Slippers make for a great gift, too!  It's a free knitting pattern from Mary Gaines that everyone will love. Available in small, medium, and large, these knitting patterns are great to give to all the members of your family. Mix and match colors and embellish with fun pom poms and buttons for slippers that anyone would be proud to wear and show off.
 

Grandma's Knitted Slippers

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Materials:

  • Two skeins of yarn, colors of your choice
  • US 10 or 6mm size knitting needles
  • Large plastic needle
  • Regular sewing needle and thread
  • Two decorative buttons

Gauge:  4 sts = 1 inch and 6 rows (3 garter stitch ridges) = 1 inch
 


14 Cozy Crochet and Knit Slipper Patterns

 

If you love free knitting patterns for slipper, be sure to check out 14 Cozy Crochet and Knit Slipper Patterns. This collection features easy knitting patterns that will kep your feet warm and toasty all winter long. Whethe you want to make a gift for a friend or want to indulge in something for yourself, the knitting patterns, free tutorials and handy ideas will keep you coming back for more. Once you start working on these knitting patterns for beginners you may not be able to stop. Best of all, there are knitting patterns that every member of your family can enjoy. Why wait until the holidays to get creative? Work on these easy knitting patterns today and save them for a special birthday or holiday gifts.

 

 

 


 

Instructions:
Instructions are given in small size (medium size and large size) are in parenthesis.

Cast on 29 (35-41) sts using 2 strands of yarn.

Row 1: Knit across.

Row 2: K9 (11-13), *P1,K9(11-13), repeat from *once more.

Repeat rows 1 and 2 until there are 15 (17-19) ridges on right side, ending with Row 2

 

Shape Toe

Row 1: P1, *K1,P1, repeat from *across row

Row 2: K1 *P1,K1, repeat from *across row

Repeat these 2 rows until you have 12 rows (14-16) then work row 1 once more, cut off yarn leaving an 8” end.

 

Finishing

Draw 8” end through remaining sts and pull up tightly, then sew with large plastic needle from beginning of ribbing to form toe. Fold cast on edge in half and sew inside seam for center back.

Make 2 pom-poms and tie to each front side tightly and knot to inside of slipper. You will notice that the pom-poms on the brown pair of slippers were not cut but just folded and tied in the center. The pom-poms on the pink pair were cut and laid down in a half circle and then the heart button was sewn on. Get creative with the buttons and pom-poms and make each more unique.

 


11 Free Knitted Slipper Patterns + 2 Knit Slippers for Christmas


If you're still not satisfied with these free knitted slipper patterns, then you'll love these 11 Free Knitted Slipper Patterns + 2 Knit Slippers for Christmas. Free knit patterns like these don't come along very often, so be sure to save this collection for a rainy day. Even if it isn't cold outside, you can still appreciate the easy knitting patterns featured in this roundup. After all, who wouldn't want to cozy up with a hot cup of tea and a warm pair of slippers? Sure, you could buy a generic pair of slippers, but why splurge when you have these great free knitting patterns at your disposal. No one will believe you made them yourself, so see if you can fool your friends. When they find out your slippers started as one of the easy knitting patterns in this collection, they might lose their mind.

 


 

BONUS! More free knitted slipper patterns:


Cozy Knitted Slipper Patterns

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Knit Ballet Slippers

Easy Knit Slippers

Made to Fit Double Knit Slippers

Simple Slippers

Warm Boot Slippers

Knit Mary Jane Slippers

Easy Chunky Knitted Footies

 

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Ratings & Comments (65)

Jan 11, 2015

Row 4 states to repeat rows 1 2 for 19 ridges formed, which would be incorrect. I believe it's intended to repeat rows 2 3.

 

Jan 11, 2015

These are almost identical to the slippers my grandmother used to make, and one of two projects she used to teach me to knit. I'm very happy to find the pattern, so I can make them again.

 

65 Ratings

Dec 17, 2014

Hello again, I have just finished the slippers and sew the back.When the sewing is finished it looked like the one in the picture. I guess I should have finished it all the way before I complain. It makes sense now. Thanks

 

Dec 17, 2014

Hi... I have made this slippers but I don't get how the back should come together. In the picture backs look round. How do you get a rounded back from three parts we knitted? Thanks

 

Sep 20, 2014

Hi... I am thinking of making a pair of these but am wondering about the sizing, I haven't seen much about it.. What size would a large fit? I'm wanting to make a pair for my boyfriend, and he's a size 12.5-13.. would the large fit him?

 

Aug 3, 2014

Hi I was wondering if these are for kids or not Thanks

 

Jun 22, 2014

Can you confirm if this pattern is US, metric or English 10. It's a bit confusing. Thanks

 

Jun 22, 2014

Has anyone got back to you about this yet

 

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