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The Knitted Slipper Book
Slippers and House Shoes for the Entire Family
The Knitted Slipper Book
Authors: By Katie Startzman, photographs by Mika Nakanishi
Imprint: STC Craft
ISBN: 1-61769-058-9
EAN: 9781617690587
Availability: In Stock
Publishing Date: 10/8/2013
Trim Size: 7 3/4 x 9 1/4
Page Count: 160
Cover: Paperback with flaps
Illustrations: 150 color photos
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$24.95
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About the book
 
Knitted slippers and house shoes: These are the new frontier for the legions of knitters passionate about sock knitting. And The Knitted Slipper Book is an everything-you-need-to-know guide to making this exciting variation on the sock. Whatever your preference—moccasins, mukluks, clogs, ballet flats, boots, booties, or Mary Janes—you’ll find all of the instruction you need. This eclectic collection of 30 designs is meant to satisfy the slipper styles of everyone in the family, young and old, male and female. In addition to the knitting instructions, techniques covered include felting; shaping; sizing; attaching soles, linings, and insoles; and finishing with tassels, pom-poms, and other trims. Step-by-step photos assure beautiful, hard-wearing, and well-fitting results.

Praise for The Knitted Slipper Book:

“It’s impossible to flip through without smiling. The color, the photography, the projects are imbued with joy.” —Knitty.com

“I really like the range of sizes . . . I love, love, love the Genie Folk Slippers!” —Knit Knit Café Blog

“Fireside booties are genius shoes because they warm the feet and the ankles. The sleepy friends slippers are super adorable. The photos of each slipper are fantastic.” —Sweetly Made

"This book is a lot of fun, offering options both whimsical and practical. But beware: looking at it might inspire you to want to knit slippers for everyone in your family. Or everyone on your Christmas list. Or to institute a no shoes in the house rule and knit a basket of slippers to leave by the door for guests.” —About.com

“We’re super psyched to offer you a free knitting pattern . . . (You’ll definitely want to check out the trailer for the book. It’s unbelievably adorable!) Katie suggests whipping up several of these clogs for house guests—but of course, a couple of pairs for yourself would be nice, too.” —Craftsy.com

“I love this book! You will too. And so will Mom, and Grandma! A perfect gift for every knitter on your Holiday gift list.” —Gingerbread Snowflakes

“You can have all your gift knitting done from one book! Such a smart, fun yet functional collection of knits.”  —Petite Purls

The Knitted Slipper Book provides magic, along with a hefty dose of practicality.” —Shelf Awareness

“It’s a wonderful, multi-faceted book—and once I’ve finished knitting my way through it, I’ll be looking for the sequel!” —Kangath Knits

“We’re in the time of year when crafters seek out patterns and ideas for handmade holiday gifts. There’s a winner on each page of The Knitted Slipper Book.” —Cleveland Plain Dealer

“Patterns range from baby to large adults sizes, making this book of 30 designs especially appealing to those who have plans to make handmade holiday gifts this year.” —Grand Rapids Press

“Everything you need to know about how to make these warm and cozy beauties is all in one book, hooray for that!” —Smashed Peas and Carrots

“Because everyone needs cute house shoes, right?” —DallasNews.com

About the author
Katie Startzman writes about knitting and other crafts (including making her own leather sandals and building a chicken coop in her backyard) on her blog, DuoFiberworks.com, which she shares with her sister. She sells individual knitting patterns from her blog and on Ravelry.com. She lives in Berea, Kentucky.


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