I've been asked by a number of people to convert my knitted adult slipper pattern to child sizes and as promised, here it is! I've made the pattern fit children's feet from a small size 5 up to a teen size 5. That means you can make a slipper to fit feet that measure 5 1/4" to 9" long. Anything larger than that can be made with my other free pattern entitled How to Knit a Pair of Slippers.
And just like that pattern, I've included links to all the knitting stitches you need to make the slippers. By clicking the links you'll go to my YouTube channel and I will show you how to do the required stitch or technique.
If you want the adult sizes for these slippers, it's available from this website. You can download it here: Knit Adult Slippers.
Don't want to download the pattern? You can also read the pattern on my blog at Kweenbee and Me: How to Knit Children's Slippers.
Need a little help with knitting these slippers? This video will show you every step you need from casting on to sewing up the seams.