I've been asked for the pattern for these knitted slippers............ so here goes:
You'll need a chunky wool, (I used Sirdar 'Click-chunky with wool'). 2 x 50g balls. 5.5mm,(no.5), needles.
Abbreviations: K=knit, p=purl, st.(s)=stitches(es), sl.-slip, tog=together, t.b.l=through back of loop.
Cast on 34 stitches.
1st row: sl.1, k10, p1, k10, p1, k11.
2nd row: sl.1, k33. Repeat row 1 & 2, 23 more times. (Mark the beginning of of the last row with a stitch marker).
49th row: sl.1, k2 tog., knit to last 3 sts., k2 tog. t.b.l., k1.
Knit 5 rows.
Repeat last 6 rows once more.
61st row: same as 49th row.
Knit 4 rows.
Next row: sl.1, (k2 tog.) to last st., k1.
Next row: sl.1, (k2 tog.) to end.
Next row: (k2 tog.) to end.
Break off yarn, thread through remaining stitches and fasten off. Join the seam from this end up to marker. Join back seam. Make the second slipper the same.
These slippers are for an adult foot, and they are stretchy, so aren't a determined size, though they fit me well and I'm a size 5/38 shoe. Just add a few more rows in to make them bigger, or take out rows to make them a little smaller.
Pompoms make a nice finishing touch............