These felted slippers are made with the yarn SNOW by Drops (previously named Eskimo). This free pattern was published in 2009 and have been updated in 2021 with minor modifications.
These slippers are knitted from the ankle to the toe. The beginning is worked in back and forth rows and the end is knitted in rounds. This pattern is easy to make and can be suitable for beginners.
YARN : DROPS SNOW or ESKIMO [100% feltable wool, 55 m per 50 g balls) - 3 balls. If you want to make a two color slipper, you will need 2 balls of color A and 1 balls of color B.
GAUGE (in stockinette stitch)
- Before felting: 12 stitches and 16 rows = 10 cm
- After felting: 14 stitches and 22 rows = 10 cm
Knits up fast!
Easy to follow written pattern. I enjoyed knitting this pattern.
Currently my temperature here is 14 degrees F. It is so-o-o nice having these warm felted slippers for times like this!!
I have not started them yet...
Just what I need as my present slippers are just about dead!