5 Free Loom Knitting Slipper Patterns
These free loom knitting slipper patterns include patterns for men and women. These would be wonderful gifts for Christmas or winter birthdays! A person can never have too many pairs of slippers.
If you've never tried loom knitting a pair of slippers or maybe didn't even know it was possible, here is pattern central! These are the perfect projects to work on once you've gotten a little familiar with the art of loom knitting in general. Start with something simpler like a loom knit scarf, then work your way up to projects that take more shaping. Several of the patterns below are for adults, but you'll also find one that is completely customizable to the wearer, which is really wonderful. Make it a tradition to loom knit some slippers for people each year. You will be addicted before you know it!
Free Loom Knitting Slipper Patterns
Easy Chunky Knitted Footies
I just love the purl bumps on these knitted footies! Great texture and a pop of color, these knitted slippers are just beautiful for anyone on your list. Make a pair for yourself, too!
Made to Fit Double Knit Slippers
This pattern includes useful tips for planning and measuring out slippers for any size foot! You can make slippers for the whole family this way, a perfect gift for the holidays.
Cozy Cabin Slippers for Men
These masculine slippers are complete with a cozy cuff. They slip on easily and will be the perfect comfy pair to wear when it's particularly cold outside. Just imagine mornings with coffee and these slippers on the feet!
Simple Slipper Project
A tie gives these simple slippers just the amount of detail they need to really look complete. This is a good beginner friendly slipper project for those who are already familiar with loom knitting but perhaps don't have experience with something that requires shaping.
Warm Boot Slippers
The ankle detail on these loom knit slippers is both aesthetically pleasing and extra warm! This is a great pattern for intermediate loom knitting artists as it does involve ribbing and color changing.
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