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This multi-page knitting pattern, complete with photographs, provides detailed instructions to create small size dorm boots for children. This pattern is a great way to use up scrap yarns. Pattern details how to integrate different colors with the main color to artfully accent the bottom, body and cuffs.

Skill Level: Beginner

These sturdy, long wearing, slippers or boots are so easy to knit you can work up a pair in just one day! They are soft, comfortable and warm.

The slippers are stretch-to-fit. In a relaxed state, the slippers measure 7 1/2" long. They will stretch up to another 1 1/2 to 2 inches to fit most young children. Machine wash and dry. Slippers will revert to original size..

Things you need to knit this pattern:

Two skeins of acrylic, machine washable worsted weight yarn.

Size 10 (6 mm) needles

Size 11 (8 mm)(for use in bind off)

Tapestry needle

One stitch marker

Published: Broomhandle Books on
ISBN: 9781476478302
List price: $2.99
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