Easily Loom Knit A Pair Of Simple Slippers

Here is another loom knitting project you can use as either a winter knitting project or a summer loom knitting project. Slippers can be used year round and this video uploaded under the name sophiaburns will as she says show you how to use a loom to knit the simplest slippers in a short amount of time. It is an easy and useful loom knitting project.

The video tutorial put together by Sophia Burns is well done. She take you through each step of the process of loom knitting your slippers beginning with making your slip knot and casting on using the e-wrap. She moves on through the knitting until she gets to casting off using the gathered method and then finishing up with sewing up the heel to complete the project. Each step of the way you are given good clear verbal instructions backed up by good clear close-ups of the knitting she is doing. The video is light-hearted and very instructive at the same time making it very easy to watch and learn from.

Take a look at the video and begin a fun and easy loom knitting project

17 Comments

  1. bridgette busby says:

    Thank you! This is the easiest pair of slippers that I have seen on loom knitting. You did a wonderful job on explaining everything. I look forward to learning more from you. I am a visual learner and this was great. Again Thank you.

  2. terri says:

    thank you so much I really enjoy all your videos

    • admin says:

      Thank you for your recoginition of the work that is done to find and bring to loom knitters the best of the many loom knitting videos on the web. The goal of Loom Knitting Videos is to find, review, and present easy to follow good quality loom knitting videos that offer good tips to loom knitters at all experience levels.

  3. Shaista says:

    Is there a table that tells you how many stitches to do for what shoe size? I made a pair, but they are too big.. I don’t know if I should reduce the amount of stitches on the part thats open, or the toe part, or both..

  4. Anne-Marie Zube says:

    Great, helpful tutorial! I have been loom knitting for the last 5 or 6 years and as you know, we are mostly self taught. This video is just perfect. I watched weds 12/18/2012 & have made 7 pr already!! I’ve been using 2 strands of Red Heart Super Saver yarns on the Knifty Knitter round blue loom. 17 rows of the heel & 17 rows of the toe is pretty large for ladies. I would say size 9 & up or for men. 15/15 is what fits most 7-9 ladies. 13/13 is smaller ladies sizes & what I’m doing for the kids. I can make one bootie in about 45 mins. Easy instant gratification!!!

    • Wanda Wiley says:

      One of the best videos for slippers I have found. Very easy to follower and understand. Will be looking for more tutorials for you. Appreciate the reply about the different size of slippers by Anne-Marie Zube. Was just what I was wondering about. Thanks so much to the both of you. Makes for better knitting for beginners like me. keep during what you do.

  5. Peggy Stanger says:

    I really like the simple slipper loom knitting video…thanks.

    • admin says:

      Thanks. We try to find the best of the best loom knitting videos to include in the site. The credit belongs to uploaders willing to share their talent and time.

  6. Peggy Stanger says:

    How many stitches can be knitted on a round loom

    • admin says:

      You can do most any stitch on the round loom as the long loom. We try to include good video examples using all stitches we can find.

  7. Peggy Stanger says:

    How many different stitches can be made on a round loom.

  8. katie says:

    LIKE YOUR VIDEOS JUST LEARNING

  9. Joyce Milner says:

    I really love those slippers they are so easy to make. Thanks for your help. Do you do any easy bags.

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