Thursday, February 18, 2016

Pink Seamless Slipper

I did this so adorable pinky pink slipper for my freind using the pattern I wrote few days back.

The pattern was available free on my blog for a limited period of time. It is available now on my Ravelry store Seamless Slipper



12 comments:

Bonnie Zink said...

I love pink! Thanks for sharing your process and the results for this slipper. I will be stitching more than one pair of these.

Dolly laishram said...

Thanks Bonnie Zink. This is my 2nd one is 2 days. So, I might also have many more in all the colors ;). All the best for your project XX

Unknown said...

Will you be selling the pattern?

Dolly laishram said...

this is a free pattern and it is available in my previous post

Betty said...

How do I find your previous post. Thanks

Dolly laishram said...

Betty, it is here http://dollylaishram.blogspot.de/2016/02/knitted-slipper-seamless-pattern.html

Anonymous said...

When I click on the link it says page you are looking for does not exist. Is there another link to the pattern?

bretay said...

i was also trying the link to the pattern for the pink seamless slippers and it says not available...would love the pattern

Unknown said...

The page for the pattern says it's not available. I had copied it the other day to make the slipper. I didn't understand the toe, heel part. When I got to the toe part, (This will turn your knit and make the foot bottom
- Knit 42, * (K7, k2tog, turn), repeat from * to create the foot bottom till you come to the heal) O knit 42, then knit 7 more and decreased and turned, and knit 7 decreased and turned, and repeated over and over until I had no stitches left, which basically brought me from the toe to the heel. Then leaving the 8 stitches still on the needle, with 2 other needles I picked up 20 stitches on each side of the 8 stitches, and worked those off, and binded off the last row. My slipper came out fine, but doesn't look like your bottom. yours looks like a lot more stitches than 8. So I came back to check if I misread or missed something, and now the patter is gone.

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Pam said...

I need to k ow if a size 4 American needle and are you using 4y fingering or 4play worsted or could I use sport thank you ahead of time

Unknown said...

I used a size 3 American needle and worsted weight, 4 ply yarn. Came out just right. Sport weight would be too thin.