When I was seven I relished any chance I could get to wear my black patent leather Mary Jane's. No event was too insignificant! Now I like to shuffle around my apartment in these knit slippers reminiscent of the classic style.  Some historical perspective: Mary Jane was sister to Buster Brown, star of the early 20th century comic, Buster Brown. The Brown Shoe Company licensed the names and characters of the strip and made Mary Jane Shoes what they are today. Cute and sassy! Enjoy! --Whi...

When I was seven I relished any chance I could get to wear my black patent leather Mary Jane's. No event was too insignificant! Now I like to shuffle around my apartment in these knit slippers reminiscent of the classic style. Some historical perspective: Mary Jane was sister to Buster Brown, star of the early 20th century comic, Buster Brown. The Brown Shoe Company licensed the names and characters of the strip and made Mary Jane Shoes what they are today. Cute and sassy! Enjoy! --Whi...


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Beginner SLIPPERS    Knitting Needle Size: 10 or 6 mm    Yarn Weight: (6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Slippers for Beginners

Beginner SLIPPERS Knitting Needle Size: 10 or 6 mm Yarn Weight: (6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Remember these??? Grandmother's Slippers: free knitting pattern. My great aunt used to make me a pair every year for Christmas.

Remember these??? Grandmother's Slippers: free knitting pattern. My great aunt used to make me a pair every year for Christmas.

When I was seven I relished any chance I could get to wear my black patent leather Mary Jane's. No event was too insignificant! Now I like to shuffle around my apartment in these knit slippers reminiscent of the classic style.  Some historical perspective: Mary Jane was sister to Buster Brown, star of the early 20th century comic, Buster Brown. The Brown Shoe Company licensed the names and characters of the strip and made Mary Jane Shoes what they are today. Cute and sassy! Enjoy! --Whitney

When I was seven I relished any chance I could get to wear my black patent leather Mary Jane's. No event was too insignificant! Now I like to shuffle around my apartment in these knit slippers reminiscent of the classic style. Some historical perspective: Mary Jane was sister to Buster Brown, star of the early 20th century comic, Buster Brown. The Brown Shoe Company licensed the names and characters of the strip and made Mary Jane Shoes what they are today. Cute and sassy! Enjoy! --Whitney

Walkabout - Knitted DROPS slippers in "Andes". - Free pattern by DROPS Design

Walkabout - Knitted DROPS slippers in "Andes". - Free pattern by DROPS Design

I've made over a dozen pairs of these knitted slippers with various types of yarn and making them in medium and large.  Very easy to knit and put together.

I've made over a dozen pairs of these knitted slippers with various types of yarn and making them in medium and large. Very easy to knit and put together.

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