Easy Foldover Slippers Knitting Pattern

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Free Beginner Womens Slipper Knitting Pattern by Gina Michele


I've received many requests for an adult version of my Easiest Baby Booties knitting pattern and today I'm happy to share it with you! I did these in 2 sizes: women's S/M and M/L. Happy knitting!

Yarn: Size 10 1/2 needles:
 Free Knitting Pattern:
[Make 2]
Cast on 46 (50 for M/L) stitches. Work in Garter Stitch for 12 rows. Bind off 18 (20) stitches at the beginning of the next row. Finish row. Bind off 18 (20) stitches at the beginning of the next row- this leaves you with 10 stitches in the middle. Garter Stitch remaining stitches for 8 3/4 (9 1/4) inches. Bind off.

How to finish the slippers:
Free Beginner Womens Slipper Knitting Pattern by Gina Michele
Here is the finished piece. It looks like the letter "T". The upper part will become the back and side of the bootie. The thinner, bottom part will be the footbed

Free Beginner Womens Slipper Knitting Pattern by Gina Michele
Take one side of the upper part of the "T" and place it on top of the footbed

Free Beginner Womens Slipper Knitting Pattern by Gina Michele
Take the other side of the "T" and place it on top of the 2 layers

Free Beginner Womens Slipper Knitting Pattern by Gina Michele
Using a yarn needle, sew the bootie together at the toe. Sew through all 3 layers

Free Beginner Womens Slipper Knitting Pattern by Gina Michele
Sew the seam at each side. Turn inside out when finished


Free Beginner Womens Slipper Knitting Pattern by Gina Michele
Free Beginner Womens Slipper Knitting Pattern by Gina Michele
Click here for the baby version of these slippers (seen in the pic)







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17 comments

  1. Hi Gina, love these and am going to make your baby version. Could you give me an idea of what sizes the women's are equivalent for the s/m and m/l? thanks.

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  2. Hi Gina, not sure if you received my last message-sorry, I forgot to click on "notify me". Could you give me approximate women's sizes for the s/m and m/l? thanks (I'm about to start on the baby booties also)

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    1. Hi! The s/m fits a 6/7 and the m/l is a 8/9

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  3. Hi! Can you please tell me which wool-ease you used for the adult booties? Was it the original medium worsted, chunky, or thick and quick? The yarn in your pictures looks thicker than the medium worsted I used for the baby version. Thanks for your time!

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    1. Hi- I used this yarn: http://www.michaels.com/wool-ease-thick-and-quick-yarn/M10111093.html

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  4. Is the yarn woolease thick and quick?

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  5. I'm a bit confused. In the baby pattern, as you go up in size, the amount of rows goes up. But for the adult size, as the cast on amount goes up, the rows you knit does not. Is this correct?

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  6. Is there a toddler size pattern? Size 3/4?

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    1. Yes, here it is: http://www.gina-michele.com/2016/11/easiest-toddler-slippers-ever-knitting.html

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  7. I don't know if I misread but what size needles do you use for the baby booties.

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  8. Hi. Could you tell me the size of needles and yarn for this pattern for a ladies size as Amazon has an ad on top of the needle size and yarn size and I can't seem to remove it thank you

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    1. Sorry about that! I fixed it. Size 10 1/2 straight needles

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  9. Sorry about that! I fixed it. Size 10 1/2 straight needles

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  10. Hi, Kraftygranni here. I want to enlarge the toddler size foldover slippers to have. a 5.5" foot bed. I tried adding stitches but obviously didn't use the right combinations. Could you help me please?
    The child wears a toddler size seven shoe. Thanks for your help....love your patterns!

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    1. My guy wears a toddler size 7 shoes too. I'm working on the updated pattern right now. I'll have a pattern posted (with the larger sizes) by the end of next week. Thanks for reading =)

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♥ Gina