A fairly fast knit—in the round with double-pointed needles and single piece construction, Peder Slippers are perfect for chilly nights or frosty mornings. They feature 2-color stranded knitting, double-point knitting in the round, back and forth knit and purl work, and a crocheted edge. Knit with Raumagarn. Super happy for fall or winter nights by the fire with a cozy mug.
The eleventh pair of slippers in a series of twelve in the Norseknits eBook.
Sizes Men’s large 10-12 Yarn Rauma 3 tråds Strikkegarn, DK weight (or equivalent) 165-175 yards (151-160m) Needles US 4 (3.5 mm) DPNs or FlexiFlips (or gauge-sized needles) Additional Materials 4mm crochet hook and darning needle Gauge and Swatch 24 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches or 10 cm (Lightly felted to 28 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches or 10 cm) NOTE: Please pay attention to your gauge and use whatever size needle you need to knit 24 stitches and 24 rows for 4 inches. While teaching a class on these slippers, I have seen knitters use needles as small as a US 2 and as large as a US 5. Skills Used Long-tail cast on Knitting and purling in colorwork ssk k2tog Backward loop Knitting in the round Hand sewing Single crochet (double crochet UK)