Felted Slipper Clogs

Felted Slipper Clogs – average adult size


Bulky KM

3 or light 4 ply WOOL yarn

Tension 7

  • E-wrap cast on 27 sts
  • Cuff: knit 6 R
  • Heel: short row* down to 11 sts then back out till all stitches in work
    • *Short Row: Set carraige to hold position. Pull 1st needle on carriage side to E (Brother hold position). Knit 1 row. Move weights as you knit. Repeat until # of needles required are left in work. To work way back out – push 1st Needle on side opposite carriage into working position and wrap 1st needle on carriage side that is next to needles in work. K 1 row. Repeat till all needles are in work again
  • Weight evenly across work
  • Bottom of foot: knit 40 R
  • Toe: short row* down to 11 and back out
  • Top of foot: knit 40 R
  • Cuff: knit 5 or 6 R – ending carriage on left
  • Tension 10
  • K 1 R to right
  • Loop through a loop bind off
  • Seam right sides together on sewing machine with 1/8″ seam; pin first, then sew with the help of a stiletto to lay the stitches flat as you sew
  • Felt in washing machine for 15 minutes with hot water and some soap; try wet slippers on; If right size, air dry. If too big, they might need more time in the machine or machine dry
  • Right off the machineKONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA
  • Ready to felt                KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA
  • You may copy, print and use any of the info on my blog. Please do not copy and repost anywhere on the internet without contacting me to get my permission. Thank you, Ann
  • Ann Huppert (GrammaAnn)

6 thoughts on “Felted Slipper Clogs

  1. Hi Ann, What machine did you make these on ?? I have a Singer sk155 Bulky,.. Should I use less needles if on the Bulky, ?? Thanks for your time,..
    Sandra.. 🙂


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