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These slippers are worked from toe-up in the round so you don’t have to make a separate swatch.
This pattern is written for the magic loop method (it is assumed that the stitches are divided evenly over two needles) but you can easily adjust it for the double pointed needles as well.
You can buy the yarn and pattern together on Lovecrafts.com.
Shoe size approximately US 7 and 9 (women) (EU 37/38 and EU 39/40).
You can adjust the sizes by using thicker or thinner yarn or adjusting needle size. For instance, you get size US 11 (EU 42) if you use bigger chart and adjust gauge to 24 sts & 24 rows / 4″ (10 cm).
The measurements are given for the finished slippers.
[23 (25) cm]
[22 (24) cm]
Gauge, notions, needles
26 sts & 26 rows per 4″ (10 cm) in stranded colorwork after blocking
US6 30″ (4mm 80cm) circular needle and for the ribbing US2.5 30″ (3mm 80cm) circular needle.
Adjust needle size to obtain the correct gauge.
Scrap yarn, tapestry needle
Yarn used in the sample
Shoe size US 7 (women) / EU 38
You can replace it with any Aran weight wool and nylon blend yarn. Also, rough wool that has no nylon should be durable enough.
1 skein of both MC and CC or 218 yds (200 m) Aran weight yarn of both colors.
Please note that the yardage may vary if your gauge differs.
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