A knitting pattern to make a slipper that looks like a cow. The design is knit first, then felted in the washing machine; the felting shrinks the boot to the perfect size. The slippers are made of 100% wool yarn on the exterior and 100% alpaca yarn on the interior. The pattern includes instructions for adult feet ranging from US women's size 6 through Men's size 12. For advanced beginning knitters.
Yarn Requirements: For the largest size, the boot exteriors require a total of 350 yards of CREAM 100% wool, worsted weight (3.5 ounces / 220 yards) 75 yards in CHOCOLATE and 50 yards in SAND. The boot interiors require a total of 400 yards of 100% alpaca with an approximate weight of 1.75 ounces / 110 yards. We used Pick Up Sticks wool and alpaca for the boots shown.
Tool Requirements: One set of size 10 straight needles; split-ring stitch markers; a stitch holder; a yarn needle, small crochet hook to make the tail. Four 3" x 3" square swatches of a thin suede material to be sewn on the sole to create a non-slip surface. (Template included). Eight snaps for closures.