Thursday, August 26, 2010

Birthday Slippers?


One of the things I did on my birthday was to pledge to make 3 pairs of slippers for The Pink Slipper Project Here are the 3 pairs that I made! I love this pattern. It works up so quick and it's really easy too. And they feel so good on your feet! Doesn't take that much yarn - so if you have some extra yarn laying around, why not make a pair or two for this wonderful charity! The pattern is called Bev's Winter Slippers. Just scroll down alittle bit for the pattern.

10 comments:

Sandy said...

Adorable, must check out the pattern. I'm always in agreement with your assessment of a pattern. You have an eye for them. It's a nice project too.
Hugs
Sandy

Molly said...

I went right over there and printed it out. I love the look of how yours turned out and I need some little something to work on when I take a break from the big projects. I am already a Follower but you can bet I will be back soon. Take cae

Sandy said...

Me again, hope you have a great wkend.
Sandy

Faith said...

so pretty Beth..like you.. hope you are going on the the ol ripple ghan....smiles and hugs to you, as you give so many to others...:)

Sandy said...

Me again, stopping in to leave you a hug
Sandy

Annemarie's Breiblog said...

These are lovely! I have so much yarn, I definitely have to make me one of these. Thanks for posting about it!
Bye!
Annemarie

Faith said...

Thank you for stopping by my place Beth..My ripple ghan is coming along....I got to do about 10 rows today..hope yours is coming along
well. I think after this I will go back and make something small with thread a hot pad maybe, trying to stock up for the craft fair next year, Idon't have anything ready to go for this year..have a good night...:)

Sandy said...

Me agaIN, earlier today I saw a neat slipper pattern but forgot to book mark it. Dahhhhhhh, hate it when I do things like that. That charity seems to be going gang busters, am seeing it listed every where. Wonder how theydo that?
The pattern I forgot to bookmark is knitted and made flat then stitched...in case you come across it...please sing out. Think it would be a nice addition to some of the other smaller charities too.
Thanks

Sandy said...

Me popping back in, trying to visit all my Bridge members today. Hope all is well with you, miss your visits.

Marie Anne said...

Love these! I have bad luck with slipper patterns, but I think I'll give these a try.

New follower, and I added you to my blog roll.