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    Knitting Traditional Fair Isle Slippers

    Knitting Traditional Fair Isle Slippers

    A good combine of knit slippers is exhausting to seek out, however these traditional fair island Slippers are a no brainer. A cute knitting pattern on body of the slipper makes these slippers excellent for any member of the family. This versatile pattern provides sizes starting from a child’s to a men’s slipper, so you’ll simply outfit anyone or everyone in your family. Restful on a chilly night together with your feet snug in these slippers are the proper payoff for all of your labor.

    Sizes

    To fit sizes: four (6/8-S-M-L).

    Finished foot length

    7 ( 8 – 9 – 10 – 11 ) inches [ 18 ( 20.5 – 23 – 25.5 – 28 ) cedi meters ].

    Materials

    • Set {of four|of four} size 4 millimeter (U.S. 6) knitting needles
    • Size four millimeter (U.S. 6) double-pointed knitting needles or size required to get gauge.

    Knitting Traditional Fair Isle Slippers
    Knitting Traditional Fair Isle Slippers

    CHILD’S KNITTING VERSION

    Bernat® Super value (197 g / seven oz)

    Sizes: four (6/8)

    Main Color (MC) (53014 blue Heather) one (1) ball

    Contrast A (53010 Oatmeal) one (1) ball

    Contrast B (53243 Forest Green) one (1) ball

    LADY’S KNITTING VERSION

    Sizes: S (M-L)

    Main Color (MC) (53203 Teal Heather) one (1-2) ball(s)

    Contrast A (07421 Black) one (1-1) ball

    Contrast B (53243 Forest Green) one (1-1) ball

    MAN’S KNITTING VERSION

    Main Color (MC) (53015 Taupe Heather) one (1-2) ball(s)

    Contrast A (53010 Oatmeal) one (1-1) ball

    Contrast B (53044 True Grey) one (1-1) ball

    Gauge

    20 sts and twenty six rows = 4” [10 cm] in stocking st.

    Instructions

    The directions are written for the smallest size. If changes are necessary for large sizes the directions are written therefore ( ). when only one number is given, it applies to all sizes. For ease in operating, circle all the numbers pertaining to your size.

    Begin at toe finish with B and set of four double-pointed needles, sew together ten sts, exploit an extended finish. Divide sts equally on three needles (4, 3, 3). join in rnd inserting a marker on 1st st.

    1st rnd: Knit.

    2nd rnd: Knit 1 . Make 1 . Place marker. Knit 2 . Make 1 . Knit 3 . Make 1 . Place marker. Knit 2. Make 1. Knit 2. 14 stitches.

    3rd round: Knit.

    4th round: ( Knit next marker. Make 1 . Knit 2 . Make 1 ) twice.

    Repeat last two rounds once more. 22 stitches. Break B.

    Change to mc and rep last two rnds four (5-6-6-7) times additional. thirty eight (42-46-46-50) sts.

    Sizes 4, S and M only:

    Next rnd: (With A, K1. With MC, K1) four (5-5) times. With A, K2. With MC, K1. With A, K1. Work first row of Chart II (IV-IV) across next thirteen (17-17) sts. With A, K1. With MC, K1. With A, K2. (With MC, K1. With A, K1) four (5-5) times. With Main Color, Knit 1.

    Next round: (With main color, Knit 1. With A, Knit 1) four (5-5) times. With A, K3. With MC, K1. Work 2nd row of Chart II (IVIV) across next thirteen (17-17) sts. With MC, K1. With A, K4. (With MC, K1. With A, K1) four (5-5) times. See Charts II and IV.

    Sizes 6/8 and Large only:

    Next round: ( With main color, Knit 1 . With A, Knit 1 ) ( 4 – 5 ) times. With Main Color, Knit 1. With A, Knit 2. With Main Color, Knit 1. With A, Knit 1.

    Work 1st row of Chart (III-V) across next (15-19) stitches. With A, Knit 1. With Main Color, Knit 1 . With A, Knit 2 . ( With Main Color, Knit 1. With A, Knit 1 ) ( 5-6 ) times.

    Next round: ( With A , Knit 1 . With Main Color , Knit 1 ) ( 4-5 ) times. With A , Knit 4 . With Main Color , Knit 1 . Work 2nd row of Chart (III-V) across next ( 15-19 ) stitches. With Main Color, Knit 1 . With A , Knit 4 . ( With Main Color , Knit 1 . With A , Knit 1 ) ( 4-5 ) times. With Main Color , Knit 1 . See Charts III and V.

    All sizes: Last two rounds kind aspect and sole pat. Chart is currently in position. Keeping cont of patter, cont even till Chart is complete.

    Place chart

    Chart II ( page 28 )

    Knitting Traditional Fair Isle Slippers Chart 2
    Knitting Traditional Fair Isle Slippers Chart 2

    Chart III ( page 29 )

    Knitting Traditional Fair Isle Slippers Chart 3
    Knitting Traditional Fair Isle Slippers Chart 3

    Chart IV ( page 29 )

    Knitting Traditional Fair Isle Slippers Chart 4
    Knitting Traditional Fair Isle Slippers Chart 4

    Chart V ( page 30 )

    Knitting Traditional Fair Isle Slippers Chart 5
    Knitting Traditional Fair Isle Slippers Chart 5

    1st and 2nd rounds: With mc, add pat across thirteen (15-17-17-19) sts wherever chart was placed and stranding A across WS of labor.

    3rd rnd: Pat across fourteen (16-17-17-19) sts. With one strand every of mc and A fit out, P9 (11-11-11-11). Pat to finish of rnd.

    4th rnd: Pat across fourteen (16-17-17-19) sts. With one strand every of mc and A fit out, K9 (11-11-11-11). Pat to finish of rnd.

    Shape opening:

    5th rnd: Pat across fourteen (16-17-17-19) sts. With one strand every of mc and A tog, cast off next nine (11-11-1111) sts purlwise. Pat to finish of rnd. Break yarn. twenty nine (31-35-35-39) sts rem.

    Note: Continue in rows for rem of Slipper, operating back and forth across set of four double-pointed needles, changing to pair of needles when gap is large enough to accommodate.

    Sizes 4, Small and Medium only:

    1st row: ( Right Side ) . With one strand every of A and B tog, Knit 6 ( 7 – 7 ) . With B , Knit 1. *With A , Knit 1 . With B , Knit 1 . Repeat from * to last six ( 7 – 7 ) stitches. With one strand every of A and B together , Knit 6 ( 7 – 7 ).

    2nd row: With one strand every of A and B tog, Knit 6 ( 7 – 7 ). With A , Purl 1. *With B , Purl 1. With A , Purl 1 . Repeat from * to last six ( 7 – 7 ) stitches. With one strand every of A and B tog, Knit 6 ( 7 – 7 ).

    Sizes 6/8 and L only:

    1st row: (RS). With one strand every of A and B together, Knit ( 6-7 ). With A , Knit 1 . *With B , Knit 1. With A , Knit 1 . Repeat from * to last ( 6-7 ) stitches. With one strand every of A and B together, Knit ( 6-7 ).

    2nd row: With one strand every of A and B tog, K(6-7). With B, P1. *With A, P1. With B, P1. Rep from * to last (6-7) sts. With one strand every of A and B tog, K(6-7).

    Rep last two rows till work from toe finish measures 6¼  ( 7¼-8-8½-9¼ ) inches [ 16 ( 18.5-20.5-21.5-23.5 ) cedi meter ], end with a second row.

    All sizes:

    Shape heel:

    1st row: ( Right Side ). With one strand every of A and B tog, K6 (6-7-7-7). *With A (B-A-A-B), K2tog. Pat to last eight (89-9-9) sts. With A (B-A-A-B), Sl1. K1. psso. With one strand every of A and B tog, K6 (6-7- 7-7).

    2nd row: With one strand every of A and B tog, Knit 6  ( 6-7 – 7-7). *With A ( B – Α – Α – B ), Purl 2 together tbl. Pattern to last eight (8-99-9) sts. With A (B-A-A-B), P2tog. With one strand every of A and B tog, K6 (6-7-7-7).

    Rep last two rows two (3-3-3-4) times additional, then first row one (0-1-1-1) time. fifteen (15-17-17-17) sts rem.

    Next row: With one strand every of A and B tog K6 (6-7- 7-7). K3tog. K6 (6-7-7-7). thirteen (13-15-15-15) sts.

    Cast off. Fold sides of take out edge tog and sew center back heel seam. Draw yarn finish tightly through toe sts and fasten firmly.

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