Fiber Trends Felted Clogs – Slippers Anyone?

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Over Thanksgiving weekend I set out to knit three pairs of Fiber Trends Felted Clogs… I managed to finish two out of three. Now that one of the two gifting pairs has been gifted, I can finally talk about them here.

Fiber Trends Felted Clogs

Both pairs were made out of Cascade 220 (blue) and Patons Merino Wool using size 13 needles. The first pair was knit in 6 hours on Thanksgiving. The second took a little bit longer as I didn’t have as much time to sit and knit them straight through.

Pair 1 has not been given yet. It is for a birthday in January. Pair two was gifted as a semi-late Christmas present tonight.

Fiber Trends Felted Clogs

Unfortunately the third pair remains un-knit. I got slightly distracted and will come back to them after the new year. No worries though, they are going to be knit to replace my current pair I keep at work. They’ve seen better days.

I will stand by the fact that the Fiber Trends Felted Clogs is my favorite knitting pattern ever written. I’ve knit a number of pairs over the last 4 years and would recommend them to anyone looking for a slipper pattern. They aren’t too hard of a knit and can be knit in a weekend if you have the time. I think they make for great gifts and are always needed (especially in this cold midwest weather) throughout the winter months.

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  1. YES!!!!! I love them… they are wonderful to keep around the house.

    If you have wood floors i recommend putting dots of puff paint on the bottom of them and letting them dry as they can get a little slippery… Otherwise you can knit the ones with the suede soles… i prefer just to do the puff paint because the soles get expensive once you start to make more than 1 or 2 pairs… just a few dots at the ball and heel of the foot help prevent you from sliding

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