Flat Knit Slippers Knitting Pattern- this free knitting pattern is perfect for beginners & they make a great gift!
The weather finally cooled off here in NY, which means it’s time for chunky knits. Slippers are a cold-weather essential and it doesn’t get much cozier than these!
If you’re new to knitting, most slipper patterns might seem intimidating. Most patterns require double point needles and intricate toe and heel shaping. The shape is created by some simple decreases. This Flat Knit Slippers Knitting Pattern is ideal for beginner knitters or anyone looking for a fast & easy project. These slippers are knit flat on single point needles using chunky yarn and knit and purl stitches. There’s no heel shaping or anything fancy. You can adjust the size to your foot length as you knit.
These slipper socks are knit using super bulky yarn (Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick in Kale) and large needles which makes this pattern a quick knit!
(Note- I’ve had many requests for a men’s flat knit slipper pattern that’s suitable for beginners. Click here for the Men’s Flat Knit Slipper Knitting Pattern)
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Flat Knit Slippers Knitting Pattern
Needles: Size US 10 single point knitting needles
Cast on 60 sts.
Knit 15 rows.
Bind off 15 sts.
Work K1, P1 ribbing until last 15 sts, K 15
Bind off 15 sts.
Work the remaining 30 stitches in K1, P1 ribbing for 20 rows or length to end of foot (I wear a size 8 and my footbed measured 9 1/2 inches) Take the tail end of yarn and thread it through the stitches. Pull tightly to close. (see finishing instructions below)
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Finishing the slippers
Fold the piece over and sew the back seam closed using a yarn needle.
Sew the seam over the toes and up the leg. Turn right side out and cuff.
I love seeing your finished projects! If you enjoyed making this Flat Knit Slippers Knitting Pattern, I’d love to see yours on Instagram, just tag me @ginamicheleblog. Happy knitting!