Despicable Me Minion Slippers – Knitting Pattern

It’s been a while since my last minion pattern, as other requests have taken prominence. But here are minion slippers!

All my “Despicable Me” patterns are available here for free


This pattern will make a child’s size 6-7. To adjust the size larger… Add on more stitches in the beginning, which will increase the overall width. And add more blue rows to make them longer. Approximately 4 additional rows will increase the shoe size by one size.

Clearly, you will need to make 2 of everything here….

You will need:
Dk yellow, blue, white, grey and black yarn.
Size 4mm needles
Crochet hook

Minion slippers

Cast on 30 in blu on 4mm needles
Knit 30 rows, slipping the last stitch on every row.

Cast off 6 stitches at the start of the row. Knit to end.
Cast off 6 stitches at the start of the row. Knit to end.

Change to yellow yarn.

Stst 14 rows in yellow
K1, k2 tog over whole row.
Purl
K2 tog over whole row.
Cut yarn, thread through remaking stitches and pull tight.

Crochet a circle in white with a one round of grey border. Alternatively use a goggle eye or white felt.


Stitch up the cast-on row by folding the knitting in half. This creates the back heel height.

Fold the side flaps over.

Pull the yellow tail tight, and stitch up the top of the slipper towards the blue section.

Attach the eye on top of the slipper and stitch on a smile.

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