This is the easiest and fastest way to knit a pair of slippers.
So, you’ve had your practice with knitting now and would like to try something different? (or perhaps you really want slippers).
These garter stitch slippers are super quick and easy to knit and they are perfect for everyone in the family: from the new baby to grandpa, who had pretty much everything.
Knit them ins a snap!
Easy Knitted Slippers
Gauge: 17 stitches = 4” Small (5/6), Medium (7/8), Large (9/10) Cast on Sm 29 stitches- Med 35 stitches- Lg 41 stitches. (here’s a video on how to calculate Gauge)
Repeat from * to *
Row 1.- Knit (29-35-41)
Row 2.- Knit (Small 9, Medium 11, Large 13) purl 1, Knit (Small 9, Medium 11, Large 13) purl 1 and Knit (Small 9, Medium 11, Large 13).
Repeat these 2 rows: (16-22-28 times or ridges (that means: Sm-32, Med-44, Lg.-56 rows)
Then start the tip of the slipper: 1.- k2, p1, *k1, p1* end with k2 2.- p2, k1, *p1, k1* end with p2
Repeat these 2 rows 6 times, that means 12 rows.
The same for all sizes.
Pass yarn needle through the remaining stitches and pull closed.
Make a secure knot on the inside and sew 2/3 of the way.
Sew back all the way down.
Make the space between knit stitches tighter.
Make knot an weave in ends.
Here’s the video tutorial for this project:
and a little video tutorial on how to sew together and weave-in ends:
and feel free to watch our other projects playlist on YouTube