Sørine Slippers were my twentieth Slipper pattern. I made three pairs of these slippers, each with a different DK-weight yarn. The first pair, I made with the beautiful Selkirk Worsted by Fleece and Harmony. The second pair I made with Shelter by Brooklyn Tweed, and the third pair I made with Rauma Strikkegarn. All three slippers are lovely. I hope you love making these slippers for yourself or your loved ones.
Sizes Women’s medium size 6-8 Finished Measurements Unfelted slipper: 9 1/3” x 5½” / Felted slipper: 9¼” x 4½” Yarn Fleece and Harmony Selkirk Worsted 80 g/ 2.82 oz and 200 yards/ 183 meters Main Color: Natural | 1 skein Contrasting Color: Quartz | 1 skein OR Yarn: Brooklyn Tweed Shelter 50 g 140 yards/ 128 meters Main Color: Fossil | I skein Contrasting Color: Cast Iron | 1 skein OR Raumagarn 3 tr. Strikkegarn 50 g (1.75 oz) 105 meters Main Color: Off white 101 | 1 skein Contrasting Color: Grey 105 | 1 skein Note: A pair of slippers takes a total of 120- 140 yards. You will be able to knit 3 slippers from 2 skeins of Rauma Strikkegarn or Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (so if you have 2 skeins of each color, you can knit 3 pairs of slippers). You will be able to knit 2 pair with 1 skein of each color of Fleece and Harmony Selkirk. Needles Double-point needles 3.5mm/US 4 Notions Darning needle Gauge and Swatch Swatch in colorwork. Women’s Slipper 24 stitches/24 rows = 4 inches or 10 cm If you need a larger size, determine gauge, then move up a needle size for a roomier slipper. If you need a smaller size, go down a needle size (from gauge) or shrink them a bit by extra felting in hot water. Skills Used Long-tail cast on Garter stitch Knitting in colorwork Purling in colorworkl ssk k2tog Backward loop increase Backward loop cast on or 2-color long-tail cast on Colorwork in the round Tvinnarand Running backstitch (sewing) Binding off Picking up and knitting Stitches