Today, I thought we’d have a look at some of the awesome Slipper Patterns available in the Indie Design Gift Along this year. I’ve picked designs from the Indie Design Gift Along 2018 that caught my eye, had interesting stitch patterns, techniques, were quick or just simply too cute that I had to include them.
I’m actually making these for myself, I’m using some Stylecraft Special Aran in silver grey and cloud blue for the sole/trim. They are super warm and I’m half way through the right slipper, having made the left one.
I’ve made an exception with this pair of adorable slippers to show you two photos, why? Well, the bottom image shows a tiny version made with 4ply/fingering weight yarn and it makes a perfect baby size bootie OR the most adorable Christmas Decoration!
I’ve made these, originally for myself but within hours of being finished, my Mum had tried them on, claimed they fit her better than me and disappeared into the sunset with my new slippers. They’re made with super bulky yarn and very quick, I think the smallest size took me around 45 mins a slipper.
Yeti Slipper Socks are a quick knit in super bulky yarn. The colour pattern is achieved with a simple slipped stitch technique so that only one colour is used at a time. Great for using up odds and ends of stash.
What girl doesn’t want a pair of Ruby Slippers? A quick and easy knit, great or using up small amounts of yarn or those variegated skeins you have kicking about. Carolyn is a Mod in the Indie Design Gift Along 2018 event.
I couldn’t resist adding this cute pair of knitted slippers, partly because I love the name Betty and also because the cable and garter pattern on these will be a) cozy and b) stylish. They’ll make an awesome gift. As with all the patterns, you can find them on Ravelry.com and in the Indie Design Gift Along Group.