Living in an old house and a cold clime like Vermont, I like to keep a well-stocked slipper bin for guests. Supply was running a little low and I wanted to test out some felted slippers, so I whipped up a super fast pair of lovely little knitted and felted wool slippers. They took just a few short hours to knit (Mindie Designs’ Duffers pattern is only 19 rows long and cost a mere one GBP, that’s $1.71 to us Yanks) and I fancied them up with some simple needle felting. These were made knitting two strands simultaneously of Lion Brand Fisherman’s wool. Happily, they are a bit too small for me, which means I will have to save them for my guests.
Here they are pre-felting.