Soft Snuggly Slippers
I’ve been wanting to make myself a pair of slippers for some time now. I made the soles for these months ago but wasn’t sure how I wanted to work the body of them. I originally started out with a cotton body but gave up on it because it wasn’t soft nor warm enough.
Soft Snuggly Slippers Pattern Notes..
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UPDATE: **Pattern has been updated to include instructions on how to upgrade size, currently at this time this pattern has not been tested. Please let me know if you have worked through it.**
- hdc-dec = yarn over, insert hook into next st, yarn over, draw up a loop, yarn over, insert hook into next st, yarn over, draw up a loop, yarn over, draw a loop up through all loops on hook.
- invisible join
For the outside sole I use Phentex Slipper & Craft Yarn (1 – 3oz ball). I use this specific yarn because it’s made of Olefin which is known for it’s strength, and it’s resistance to staining and mildew.
For the inside sole I used two strand of Bernat Handicrafter Cotton Yarn 340g/400g (2 – 1.75oz balls)). **If I ever make these again I would use one strand of Bernat handicrafter cotton and one strand of Bernat Pipsqueak as I found the cotton wasn’t all that soft on the feet. If you choose to use cotton with the pipsqueak you will need 1 – 1.75oz ball of Bernat Handicrafter Cotton and a 3.5oz ball of Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn**
Soft Snuggly Slippers Pattern..
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