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Warm slippers knitted with two needles
These are very easy to make with two needles. I found a pattern in an old craft book. I made a lot of them: the coloured one is made of wool that changes of colour very slowly, I love that! The second one I made for a friend called Jan. The tread is made of leather, I sewed it on with steel yarn.

The pattern is very easy, I found it in an old craftbook. I found a similar pattern online: http://www.aokcorral.com/projects/how2oct2005.htm

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Margot
Margot · Nederland, Colorado, US · 16 projects
Hi Nancy! I found it in a very old craftbook.. I searched for it on the internet, but I cannot find it anywhere Sad It is very easy though: you only need two needles and one slipper consists of only one piece. Knit back and forth with ~36 stitches on a needle of 5mm, for ~20 rows (adjust it to your own size). Then reduce the amount of stitches to about 24 stitches (not gradually but immediately, in one row, and on both sides at the same time) and continue for about 20 rows. Then you reduce the amount of stitches gradually, thereby forming a circle, untill there are no stitches left. I'm sorry that I do not remember the amount of stitches that I took, but this varies for every foot and every type of wool so you should just try it. Now you fold this piece accross the long side in two and stitch together the toe-part, the instep and the backside of the heel and that's it! I hope you can follow it... just experiment with it! Good luck Happy
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Nancy
Nancy · Los Angeles, California, US · 54 projects
Is there any way you can share that pattern?
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