Monday, April 29, 2013

Fire protection potion slippers knitting pattern.

knit slippers with embroidered fire motifTo warm up after this cool winterish weekend (or should I rather be happy it hasn't snowed?) I wrote up the final issue pattern for those Fire protection potion slippers.

The pattern includes:

- written instructions for shaping.
- charted duplicate stitch pattern.
- a photo tutorial for optional sole.

You can also find a free tutorial to add a sole to your slippers in this post.

knitter sock with fire embroidery
As for all patterns in the Potions! series there's a 20% off launching offer. It works if you buy it from Ravelry with coupon code POTIONS3. Offer expires on May 15, 2013.

No Ravelry account? 
You can still get your copy directly for $3.50:  

knit slippers with felt and latex soles
Now the technical info...

close up on embroidered campfire on green knitted slippersDifficulty level: intermediate.

Skills used: knit/purl in the round, short row heel, grafting, duplicate stitch.

Gauge: 30 stitches x 34 rows = 4" in stockinette.

Size: Woman medium (8” around foot, length totally adjustable). 
To modify size, check gauge then go down (smaller) or up (larger) a needle size.

Yarn: 200-250 yards of your favorite fingering weight sock yarn. 
Small leftovers of brown, yellow, orange and red.

Tools needed: Size US 2 1/2 / 3 mm (or size to get gauge) set of 5 DPNs, 2 circular needles or 1 long circular needle for magic loop; tapestry needle; scissors; 1 stitch marker.

Optional materials (it you want to add a sole): shoe sole, sewing thread, sewing needle, pins.

Happy Knitting!