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Sheep Slippers by Emma Wright in Erika Knight Fur Wool - Digital Version
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Sheep Slippers by Emma Wright in Erika Knight Fur Wool - Digital Version

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To Fit UK shoes sizes 4-6 To celebrate Wool Week, Erika Knight has released this fabulous free British Sheep Slippers pattern, designed by the talented Emma Wright. Spun from British sheep and made entirely in Yorkshire, Erika Knight’s stunning yarn collection supports British hill farmers, British manufacturing and our Great British landscape. Don’t forget to share your #WoolWeek #BritishSheepSlippers with us on Facebook and Twitter!
  • Yarn weight: Super Chunky

  • Needle Size: 4.5mm , 10.0mm

  • Format: Digital Download

  • Garment: Other

  • Pattern For: Adults , Women

  • Pattern Count: 1

Sheep Slippers

  Measurements
Size Approx. UK shoe size 4-6 / US 6-8
  Number of balls required

Erika Knight Maxi Wool - Milk Chocolate / Brown

1 ball(s) £6.71 each

Erika Knight Maxi Wool - Canvas / Cream

1 ball(s) £6.71 each

Erika Knight Fur Wool - Milk Chocolate / Brown

1 ball(s) £9.71 each

Erika Knight British Blue Wool - Pretty / Pink

1 ball(s) £3.15 each

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MS
04/28/2017
MG S.
Canada

SHEEP SLIPPERS

Great pattern. Fun project!

AM
04/07/2017
Anne M.
United Kingdom

Sheep slippers

Really fun pattern, great for little gifts

SH
04/04/2017
Sue H.
United Kingdom

sheep feet

not started the project yet but will do during the summer ready for the winter

KP
03/01/2017
kathleen p.
United Kingdom

slipper payyern

havent used this pattern yet

TM
02/21/2017
teresa m.
United Kingdom

Excellent

Downloaded pattern easily. Couldn't wait to get wool to knit them. I have now knitted them and they are lovely and cosy. Only draw back is locating the yarn for this project at a reasonable price. I got it from a well known market place...sorry deramores. I will be making them again...for gifts.