RUDOLPH Felted Slippers


There’s nothing like a nice pair of cosy, felted slippers, to keep your feet nice and toasty on those winter days when even the floors indoors are cold. These are some of the most fun pairs of slippers to make, inspired by a song about the red nose reindeer. The antlers are made using i-cord and the nose is made by felting red pompoms.

This pattern includes the charts to make the Rudolph slipper as well as the basic pattern for the slippers.

Click here for the tutorial, where we show you how we start the project, how we knit the heel and give some tips and explanations about knitting with 2 threads.

Also, check out our tutorials for decorating the slippers and felting the slippers.

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Suggested Yarns: Worsted/Aran yarn; 100% wool; 91 yd/83 m / 50 g. If you want the slippers in kids size, knit according to the same pattern, but use a DK yarn that felts.

Gauge: 14-16 sts = 4 in / 10 cm

Needle Size: 16 in / 40 cm circular and set of 5 dpn, U.S. size 8-10 / 5-6 mm

Sizes Available: Adults sizes S, M and L. For children sizes, knit according to the same pattern, but use a DK yarn that felts.

Level of difficulty: Intermediate

Pattern Language: English

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