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Knifty Knitter Slipper Patterns
Collection of Patterns for the Knifty Knitter Looms
This is a collection of my favorite slipper patterns for the looms. They are all knitted on the blue or red round Knifty Knitter looms. There are also 2 videos below explaining how to make slippers and how to customize the finished size of a slipper to fit perfectly. Finally, there are some unique patterns for those of you wanting something out of the ordinary, a pattern with a strap across the top of the foot and kimono slippers.
If you want to make slippers using the Boye brand looms, use the small (green) loom, or medium size (blue) loom. If you'd like to make slippers using the Readaeer looms, substitute the medium (blue) or small (purple) loom. They are the same size and number of pegs as the Knifty Knitter looms.
Loom Knit Slippers
Rate this slipper pattern with pom poms
Basic Slipper Pattern from Provo Craft
for the Red Round Loom
This basic pattern (shown in the photo above) is for the red round loom. These fit a woman with a size 8-9 shoe. The pattern can be adjusted to a different size. It is knitted as a flat panel and then sewn together to form a slipper. To increase or decrease the finished size, simply adjust the beginning size of the flat panel.
Round Looms Used for Slippers
All the slippers on this page utilize the round looms from the Knifty Knitter round loom set. (Seen below.) Both the small, blue loom and the red, medium loom are included. You'll also find in the set the green, round loom and the yellow, round loom. These extra looms are perfect for hats, blankets, shawls and sweaters. The set of all 4 looms is the best value, as opposed to buying each loom separately. You can find them on Amazon and eBay throughout the year.
The Round Loom Set Including Both the Blue and Red Round Looms
Knifty Knitter Video for Slippers - for the Blue Round Loom
This pattern is size 8-9 for women. It begins at the heel and works toward the toe. This video is very good about explaining how to adjust the size of the finished slipper by measuring your own foot. This pattern is much like the written instructions in the pattern just above, except the top of the slipper (where you insert your foot) isn't folded over like a cuff. The video intro photo shows the red round Knifty Knitter loom, but if you watch the video, you'll see that it's actually loomed on the blue round loom.
How to Make Slippers with a Round Loom
Slipper Pattern Video - by Simply Intertwined
This is a very simple pattern by Simply Intertwined for the blue, round loom. She uses only one strand of Bernat super bulky yarn. She begins at the toe of the slipper with a drawstring cast on. She knits using the e wrap toward to heel and ankle.
Round Loom Knitting Patterns
Unique Slipper Pattern - for the Blue Round Loom
I found this pattern while browsing around Pinterest. If you are looking for a slipper pattern that is a little different, check out Nadine's. She uses the blue round loom. They are knitted heel to toe holding 2 strands of yarn together as 1. The "strap" across the ankle makes them unique.
for the Red Round Loom
I made this pattern for the looms from a crochet pattern that I saw on Pinterest. I'm pleased with the results. If you are bored with old slipper patterns, this is something new to try. The kimono slippers are loomed as a flat piece of knit that resembles a capital letter T. The left and right side of the T top are brought to the bottom of the T and sewn in place, then the sides are sewn together. The red round loom is used to knit the flat panel before sewing. I used 2 strands of Red Heart Super Saver yarn held together as one strand.
Clog Slippers for Men and Women
Here is a good, old-fashioned clog slipper pattern that is perfect for men, but women can wear them too. Dayna Scoles has the pattern available for download on the Ralvery.com website. It's $3.99 (a little pricey) and uses the Bernat Softee Chunky yarn and the small, blue, round loom. The ewrap is and chunky braid (3 over 1) stitches are used.
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