Mary Jane Parkers

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Mary Jane Parkers
by Denise Layman
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Decor Accents Inc. Small gauge Adult Sock loom
Knitting tool

Acrylic worsted weight or yarn to match gauge.

The sample is made with Mainstays Acrylic worsted weight
Colour #2182, Blue Ridge

Gauge: 3.5 stitch per inch, 5 rows per inch

Size: Small size 5 ½-6 ½ (Medium size 6 ½-7 1/2 ) Large Size 7 ½ – 8 ½

This slipper is knit starting at the heel and going down to the toe in one piece. You may need to measure your foot and adjust the row count to fit.


Cast on 20 stitches leaving a 4 inch tail to sew heel.

Knit in the flat piece method 17(22)22 rows.

Next row wrap all the pegs and knit off the pegs with two loops.

Knit in round 6 rows (all sizes)

Next row bind off pegs 21-28. Take the loop from peg 28 and place it onto peg 1 and knit off.
Knit pegs 1-20 in flat method, 4 rows.

*Increase next row by wrapping one extra peg on both ends and knit off.

Repeat from * 2 times.

Next row wrap all pegs to knit in the round.

Knit 14(19)24 rows, or until slipper is desired length to fit.

Cast off using gathering method leaving a 3 inch tail.

Gather toe and weave in the end.

Sew up the heel end using the tail left during cast on.

Crochet decorative edge on slipper openings if desired.

Make a matching slipper.

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About Denise

A stay at home mom of four, who homeschools, changes a lot of diapers.. minds the dog and in her spare time knits on her knitting boards and looms and occasionally picks up some knitting needles too..

10 thoughts on “Mary Jane Parkers

  1. I just love your Mary Jane Parkers. Thank you for the great pattern and for giving me a pattern for baby Parkers :).


  2. Thank you for sharing your pattern…this will be my next project.

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  4. I want to thank you for this pattern… I used this pattern on my KK blue loom and it works great! I have made about 8 pairs so far!!! My slipper exchange peron LOVED them! I was wondering if you have a pattern for the baby parkers? I would love that pattern!!!

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  6. I need more 3 skeins of that yarn to finsh a afagh and don’t no where to get it at, any ideals

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