dogwood slippers
quick and bulky colourwork slippers

We are sorry for the hurt our pattern has caused. We are not part of the indigenous peoples from whom the word Mukluks originates nor are we part of the First Nations whose knitting traditions inspired the design.

We have changed the name to Dogwood Slippers. This pattern is part of a print book so we are not able to take it down but we will no longer financially benefit from it. All proceeds of this pattern will go to the Urban Native Youth Association.


Winters can be cold and damp in our corner of the world. These chunky booties are perfect for high-speed sliding on hardwood floors, and cuddling up in front of the fire on a dark and stormy evening.


Dogwood Slippers pattern $5 USD

dogwood slippers by Tin Can Knits

dogwood slippers by Tin Can Knits

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sizing baby (toddler, child S, M, L, adult S, M, L)
Ankle circumference: 6 (6.5, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 10.5, 11, 11.5) inches
While suggested lengths are included foot length is adjustable. Size can be adjusted by slightly fulling the finished slipper.
materials baby: 60 yds dk weight yarn in MC and CC
toddler, child S,M,L: 90 yds aran weight yarn in MC and CC
adult S,M,L: 160 yds super bulky yarn in MC and CC
(samples in Debbie Bliss Donegal Luxury Tweed Aran, MC: 360010 CC: 360016 and Rowan Big Wool in 'white hot' and 'smokey')
gauge baby: 24 sts / 4" in stockinette stitch
toddler, child S,M,L: 22 sts / 4" in stockinette stitch
adult S,M,L: 14 sts / 4" in stockinette stitch
suggested needles baby: US #3 / 3.25 or 3.0 mm
toddler, child S,M,L: US#5 / 3.75 mm
adult S,M,L: US #10 / 6.0 mm
(or as required to meet gauge); double pointed needles
notes The slipper foot is knit first, then sts are picked up from the ankle opening, and the leg is worked up to a ribbed cuff. The contrast colour sole can be knit flat and sewn on at the end.
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dogwood slippers by Tin Can Knits

dogwood slippers by Tin Can Knits

dogwood slippers by Tin Can Knits

dogwood slippers by Tin Can Knits

 

dogwood slippers by Tin Can Knits

Hunter is wearing the Campfire Sweater with her dogwood slippers