Knitting pattern | New Biscotte's Slippers

Knitting pattern | New Biscotte's Slippers

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New Biscotte's Slippers for all the family

This knitting pattern, offered free of charge by Biscotte Yarns, is a new version of our very popular Non-felted slippers pattern now available in the following sizes: 6-12 month, 1-2 years old, 3-4 years old, 5-8 years old, 9-12 years old, woman (small, medium, large, x.large) and men (small, medium, large, x.large).

NEW: this version is worked from the ankle to the sole!

In addition to the pattern, you'll need the following material to knit this project :

Biscotte Yarns - Griffon : the exact quantity needed for each size is specified in the pattern and the colours used to knit the samples are identified on the picture attached here.

♥ DPN or circular knitting needles of 5.5 mm - US Size #9 (or size needed to obtain gauge).

♥ Stitch markers.

Pattern available in PDF format : a link will be sent by email after you place your order. If you need help to download our free patterns, you can find a tutorial on our blog right HERE.

2016-10-26 : A reference to a tutorial showing the increase technique used in this pattern has been added to the PDF. Click here for a direct link to the increase tutorial.

2016-10-31 : ERRATA Sole Round 2 : *k1, SSK (no yarn over!), k until there are 3 sts...

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Customer Reviews

Based on 248 reviews

It was difficult to undetstand the pattern



Biscotte's Slippers

Absolutely perfect pattern! Simple, warm and fun! Will be making these for the whole family. Thank you so much for the free pattern!

Lovely slipper pattern

Just what I needed to make Xmas slippers for family.

great pattern

I couldn't figure out the LS1/RS1 (one stitch short to complete the pattern as is) so I used M1L/M1R instead. I also knit two extra rows before starting the sole to make the heel a little deeper. FYI: size C = US women's 8