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Aunt Maggie''s Slippers
- adaptations Copyright Bev Qualheim 1988 - 2010 - Thank you to
Bioengiknitter for the photo of the gorgeous slippers she made using
are for Child'' Size with changes for Women''s & Men''s in
9 (10.5 for men) knitting needles and 3 oz of worsted weight yarn.
strand Gauge: 4 sts= 1 inch 8 rows--4
2 strand gauge: 3.5 sts= 1 inch 7 rows= 1 inch
can be worked in single or double strand, but I prefer double for extra
on 27 (29-35) sts
1: - this will be the wrong side - K9 (9-11), p1, k7 (9-11), p1, k9, (9-11).
2: K all sts.
these 2 rows for 5 (6-8) ins., or 2 (2 1/2-2 1/2) ins. less than
finished length allowing the 2 (2 1/2-2 1/2) ins. for toe, end on wrong
1: P 1, *k1, p1; repeat from * to end.
2: K1, *p1, k1; repeat from * to end.
these 2 rows of ribbing for 1 1/2 (2-2) ins., end on wrong side.
DEC. ROW: Work ribbing for 7 (7-9) sts, * slip, k and psso,
tog. *, work 3 (5-7) sts ribbing, repeat between *''s once, finish row
ribbing; 23 (25-31) sts.
ROW: Work 7 (7-9) sts ribbing, p3, work 3 (5-7) sts ribbing,
DEC ROW: Work 6 (6-8) sts, * k2 tog., k1, slip, k and psso *,
1 (3-5) sts, repeat between *''s once, finish row; 19 (21-27) sts.
yarn leaving an end about 12" long. Thread yarn tail onto
needle, and remove the remaining sts (toe) from the knitting needle by weaving the yarn through them, pull
tightly to close. Repeat
through all sts twice.
-- Fold cast on edge in half (so slipper is inside out) and sew 3 (4, 5) ins. from toes leaving
just enough room for your foot ot go inside slipper. Back stitch for 4 sts and cut
yarn. Re-attach your yarn at heels then stitch
heel shut. Make another slipper. Add a pom pom if you wish!
make them non-slip for nursing homes or little ones, use a spray
non-skid coat like the one above, to spray on the bottoms of each
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