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Warm Boot Slippers

These fuzzy slippers from Authentic Knitting Board, knitted on a knitting board, are a great way to keep your feet and ankles warm.

Warm Knitted Boot Slippers

Size: (Small) Med-Lg
Stitches: Ribbing and Stockinette


  • Yarn: Any soft, bulky yarn, 200 yds of main color and 100 yds of accent color for cuffs
  • Knitting Board with 16 needles
  • Knit hook for lifting the loops
  • Large Sewing Needle for seams
  • Crochet Hook for finishing


  1. Slipper Bottom: (Knit 2)
  2. Cast On (10) 12 Stitches with main color, blue.
  3. Place Anchor Yarn (same yarn)
  4. Knit in Rib Stitch for (8) 10 rows
  5. Change to Accent (red) Color
  6. Knit in Rib Stitch for (4) 4 rows
  7. Change to main color by tying on main yarn and cutting the accent with 2-3” tail.
  8. Knit in Rib Stitch for (10) 16 rows
  9. Bind Off. Set piece aside.
  10. Slipper Side (Knit 4)
  11. Main Color, Cast on (8) stitches
  12. Place Anchor Yarn (same color)
  13. Knit in Rib stitch for (8) 10 rows
  14. Change to Accent Color
  15. Knit in Rib Stitch for (4) 4 rows
  16. Change to Main Color
  17. Knit in Rib for (10) 16 rows.
  18. Bind Off. Set pieces aside.
  19. Cuff (Knit 2) Accent Color
  20. Cast on (6) stitches
  21. Place Anchor Yarn (any yarn)
  22. Knit in Stockinette Stitch for (30) 36 rows
  23. Bind off. Bind off at anchor yarn and remove.
  24. Finishing:
  25. Lay (3) pieces with stripe, side by side, matching stripes. Bottom of slipper as center.
  26. Tie the anchor yarns together so there is one continuous strand.
  27. Sew the side edges to the bottom matching stripes.
  28. Sew the back edges together for heel (anchor yarn is toe)
  29. Sew the top edge from anchor yarn to beginning of stripe.
  30. Draw up anchor yarn and tie securely for toe.
  31. Sew short sides of cuff together to form circle.
  32. Place on top of slipper matching seams at front of stripe.
  33. Sew onto slipper with top stitch and cuff overlapping slipper.
  34. Reinforce the joint at front seam for durability.
  35. Drawstring: (Make 2)
  36. With Crochet hook, crochet chain of accent yarn or main yarn.
  37. Total length of each finished=34”
  38. Weave crochet hook thru the bottom of cuff. Pull the string thru the cuff.
  39. Tie loop knot at ends to form small balls. Tie in a bow.

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@jmiles13 5568841, We suggest you contact the original designer of this project for questions on adjusting the sizing. Here is a link to contact Authentic Knitting Board: --Editor of FaveCrafts

On the felted crochet slippers the size 6.5 is given. How do you make them bigger, like a size 8 or 9 or whatever. On the knitted slipper I don't see a size. What do you do then?

Which knitting board is used to make these? I know there are many different ones with different spacings between the needles or pegs...thanks.

I like tis pattern can you convert this to just knitting without the board for me?


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