Last Minute Travel Slippers

  • Last Minute Travel Slippers foot and sole

Quick, small, and lightweight, these pretty slippers are the perfect thing to throw in your bag for a weekend away, and a great project for that skein of farm yarn that you just could not resist. The slippers are worked in one piece from the toe to the heel, with a bit of short row shaping to keep them on your feet. You then work around the edge, with the cable panel worked during the edging. Three stitches to graft, two ends to weave in, and you’re done! The toe is worked in the round; the rest of the slipper is worked flat, with the cable panel both written and charted. The pattern includes tips for selecting your yarn, plus illustrated tutorials for the toe-up cast on used in the sample and for working German Short Rows.

Pattern PDF download: $7.50 USD on Ravelry or Payhip.

Sizes: 6 (7, 8) in/15 (18, 20.5) cm circumference at the ball of the foot; length knit to fit

Yarn:

Harrisville Designs Highland (100% Pure Virgin Wool; 200 yds/183m per 3.5 oz/100g), Woodsmoke: 1 skein

OR approx. 100 (125, 156) yds/92 (114, 143) m of worsted weight

Gauge:

23 sts & 36 rnds = 4 in/10cm in stockinette stitch in the round. For a good fit, take time to check your gauge.

Photos by Gale Zucker.

One thought on “Last Minute Travel Slippers

  1. I was lucky to win a prize on Ravelry recently and chose the pattern Born at Sea. I checked your website and looked through your other patterns. They are all lovely – classic knits with beautiful but simple details. Thank you so much for the pattern and I will check back regularly for new additions to your design collection. Margaret Hamilton (MEHamilton on Ravelry)

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