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Cuffed Knitted Slippers Pattern

By: Kris Basta from
Cuffed Knitted Slippers Pattern
Cuffed Knitted Slippers Pattern
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This Cuffed Knitted Slippers Pattern unapologetically embraces the pairing of cozy comfort and visual flair. It's a free knitting pattern that is the very definition of "challenge accepted." With a large fold-down cuff, these lacy knitted slippers are intricate and nifty. They're the ultimate slippers to celebrate the pursuit of craftiness, and you'll live like royalty when you curl up with these deluxe slippers.  Once you've completed this free knitted slippers pattern, you'll never accept another substitute ever again. Your feet will want fold-down laces or bust.


Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge14 sts = 4” in Stockinette using the size 9 needles

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I am going to make these the next time I make slippers because I like the way they look. I wear them in the house all the time so I go through two or three pairs every year.

These slippers are really pretty. I like the folded-down cuff, that's a detail you don't usually see on knitted slippers. I also like the way these slippers seem to be form-fitted to the foot. Great pattern to give as a gift.

These slippers are Rad! Following the detailed outline of the pattern, they're easy to knit. I have kniited slippers, but I plan to make these. Once you knit a project, you are able to create your own design.

These look so cozy! I would wear these around the house all the time.


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