I’m always excited when I have another free pattern to offer but I’m really proud of this one… maybe because when I first started making this it was the first time I had ever attempted a slipper or maybe it is because I had so many starts trying to perfect this cre8tion. I believe I have done it… I hope you agree. This pattern is probably best for someone who has not just started out since there are quite a few increases and decreases and it is very detailed, but if you follow close attention and learn the necessary stitches then I’m sure anyone could make it. As always feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or need help. I created this pattern because after following a slipper pattern I recently came across, I just wasn’t happy with the way it was turning out. A quick slipper pattern search proved to be more of the same. I wanted a slipper with a defined heel. Some other benefits to my pattern are that the toe and heel are more reinforced, it has an actual sole and sides, and the slipper holds its shape. I know that when I sell my items or give them away as gifts that I want them to look like their intended use. I just didn’t like the way the other slippers looked when they were not on my feet. My slipper is also made in one piece and does not require a fasten off except for at the end. And as an added bonus they can be easily adjusted to make different slipper sizes. This pattern was designed for womens size 7-8 but can be easily adapted to fit any size foot… see note at end of pattern for size changes and decoration ideas.