Knit Elf Slippers for Christmas! These little pointy toes curl up with the help of short rows. Want to knit some house slippers for your family? You may love the Knit Easiest Ballet Flat House Slippers from Square Free Knitting Pattern, some friends are asking if there is any written pattern available, and here it comes. If you have hardwood floors, you definitely know what I am talking about! Making Slipper Boots can be so easy to do and you could probably do a pair in an afternoon. Use any worsted weight yarn– gauge is not important. Liberate your inner pixie, sprite, jester, imp or Grinch! These puckish slippers are knit in the round and fulled to fit. They feature turn-down cuffs, short-row heels, and a curly elfin toe shaped with short rows and i-cord.With these Jingle Bell Knitted Elf Slippers, you’ll be holly jolliest Christmas elf around. This slipper knitting pattern is absolutely adorable because these knitted slippers look just like the elf shoes in all the classic Christmas movies. Jingle your way around the house as you leave out cookies and milk for Santa, and you’ll be so glad you tried this knitted slipper pattern.
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Click the link here for the free knitting pattern: Forest Elf by DROPS design
Click the link here for the free knitting pattern: Elf Shoes by pamela wynne
Click the link here for the paid knitting pattern: Elvish Baby Booties by Lorna Pearman
Click the link here for the free knitting pattern: Elf Slippers: Knit by Kj Hay
Click the link here for the free knitting pattern: Jingle Booties by Grace Little