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)
One stitch marker
|Publisher:||West Lake Books|
|Series:||Boot Slippers , #3|
|File size:||927 KB|
About the Author
Tracy Zhang began knitting at age four when her mother introduced her to a skilled knitting teacher, Mrs. Kay Wunderlich. Since then Tracy has knitted primarily for self, family, and friends. In 2008, after retirement, she began selling her original patterns.
Always inspired by traditional Aran patterns and designs, Tracy acknowledges that nearly all her creations contain Aran design elements. It is an indulgence to which she gives free rein.
If you have any questions about Tracy's patterns, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments, questions and suggestions for improvement are always welcome.