Thrummed Slippers - $40

Saturdays, September 23rd & 30th, 12-2p

There is nothing as cozy as a pair of thrummed slippers! Thrumming is a technique used to add little bits of unspun wool to your stitches so that the inside of your slipper is super soft and warm. In this class, you'll not only learn how to work thrums into your knitting, but you'll learn several other skills as we work this pattern together. The pattern includes sizes for the whole family and these make great gifts!

Prerequisites: Advanced-beginning knitting skills; students should have experience with double-pointed needles


  • "Cadeautje" pattern by Ysolda Teague (download here or purchase in-store)
  • Aran/Bulky-weight yarn (check your pattern size for yardage); we used Rauma Vamesgarn
  • 2-4 oz of non-superwash unspun wool roving; we used South African Merino Fleece from Nerd Girl Yarns
  • US #7 double-pointed needles or size needed to obtain gauge
  • If working adult sizes: US #7 16-inch circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Locking stitch markers

Skills Learned:

  • Thrums
  • Picking up stitches
  • Short row toe-cap