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RI

THEY LOOK TO BE VERY COMFY
PAD~A~BOUT'S...
I HAVE NOT MADE "POM POMS" FOR AGES,
I LOVE HOW YOU CUT THE CARD THROUGH AND THEN TRIM THE LONG BITS...
A SIMPLE DELIGHT...
THANKS FOR SHARING {:>)

Lindsey

YIPEE! THANK YOU FOR THE PATTERN!!

hazeljoy

yeah, that looks just like gibberish to me. can't read knitting, or music for that matter! sweet slippers though (that sounds like something batman would say to robin, don't you think?) xx

Pippa

Hi, can u tell me what womens size the slippers are b4 I start?

They look cute!

pippa ...x

Petit Filoux

Loved those slippers the moment I saw them - made a pair for my Boyfriend's birthday, they're so cute! Thanks for the pattern, I've put my project on Ravelry (and my blog) and linked it back to your website x

Diane

These look nice and easy to make. Im going to make a pair for my friends birthday, thank you for the pattern

Term Paper

Your blog is really excellent. It inspires the readers who has that great desire to lead a better and happier life. Thanks for sharing this information and hope to read more from you.

debi peterson

ditto on Pippa's question-what is the basic size with this cast on?

Thanks--this is what my friend wants for her birthday--slippers like her mom used to make her!

woolythyme

My students at the free knitting clinic here in London wanted a slipper pattern. These are absolutely perfect!!! thanks so much for the free pattern.

Morag

Thanks for the pattern. In northern Maine, everybody used to call these "me-me" slippers, pronounced may-may and from "memere" french for grandmother, because that's who gave them to us every Christmas hot off the needles.

SUSAN MOONEY

When I was a kid I learned to knit and crochet in high school(tells you how OLD I am!) anyhow, we live in Michigan and my dad and grandfather went ice fishing in the winter. This is the first thing I learned to knit and everyone loved them. My dad used to wear his slippers inside of his boots. He said that they kept his feet warmer than any of his big thick socks. I was very proud of those slippers and the fact that my dad loved them was even better.Good memories.

Ali

Hi Vanessa
I have been knitting these, but they seem very short. Have used same yarn etc as you, how long should they measure from cast on to stitch marker. I'm a size 7 so will have to do a few extra rows, but even so they seem childsized. Be grateful if you could let me know...
thanks

Angela

Very cute! I am taking a knitting class and need a project to work on and this is perfect, thank you! :)

Val Pattenden

I am knitting lots of these for Childrens shoe boxes that go to other Countries. They are very easy and can be knitted up so quickly.

Kitmitchellcom

Great pattern! Brings back memories of slippers made by my Nana.

Ann

I have look for this pattern for a very long time. My Granny & Mom made tons of these for gifts. So now I can carry on the FAMILY Tradition! Thank you for shareing.

Leigh Pickard

I made a pair of these for my boss. I stuffed them with a bright face cloth to keep their shape. She absolutely loved them. Thank you for such a great pattern.

Charlotte

Such a great idea!! I shall be trying out a pair of these very soon. Thanks for the pattern :)

Pips

hiya, how do yours look at the back? mine are a little odd. They are so simple :)

donna

I made these; loved em; very easy. Thanks for the free pattern.

Melaine

I was curious if you ever considered changing the layout of yohr blog? Itts very well written; I love what youve got to say. Buut maybe you could a little more in the way of content so people could connect with it better. Youve got an awful lot of text for only having 1 or twoo pictures. Maybe you could space it oout better?

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  • Hello, my name is Vanessa Cabban, and I'm so pleased you've dropped by! I'm an artist and illustrator, working from home. I have two Miniature wire-haired Dachshunds, Ellie and Douglas. I love being part of the blogosphere, reading your comments, and feeling like I'm part of a community. I hope you enjoy reading about my small world.

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