The most popular and popular of the existing types of shoes, you can call home slippers, which are connected on spokes. After all, having come home, you first of all change street to home shoes. Wearing your favorite, soft, warm slippers, we immerse ourselves in pleasant feelings of peace and comfort. Nowadays in the market you can buy any model of home slippers. But for real, no model bought sneakers,It will not give you a feeling of coziness, which is passed by the slippers, which are connected on their own. Today we will tell you how to tie slippers with a braid pattern on knitting needles. It's a fascinating process that you do not havebored, because to create a sneaker will take quite a bit of time and effort. In just a few hours you can create an original pair of indoor shoes. So, we proceed. Knit slippers in circular rows. On knitting needles No. 4,5 we collect forty two loops and we sew two rows with the face loops. The next five rows are tied with a rubber band for three to three. From the seventh circular series we begin to insert a patternbraids, according to the scheme 1. We loop the loops as follows: eighteen loops knit with an elastic band three by three, six - facial loops, fifteen loops - a pattern, three - facial loops. In the same way, we continue to knit four centimeters. Next, we leave the heels of the heel on the knitting needles, and the remaining twenty-one loops are removed onto the extra spoke, this will be the upper part. We continue to knit an elastic band on the hinges for the heel,direct and reverse rows. Having connected five centimeters, we do less loops. When there are nineteen loops left on the spokes, we make markings. After loosening the loops, to form the heel, raise the nine loops on each side, connecting them with the loops that were left on the auxiliary spoke. On the top of the leg, place a marker with twosides, on three loops from a pattern under the scheme 1. We continue to knit slippers face-to-face with an alternation of a pattern, carrying out necessary depressions of loops. Having measured eighteen centimeters from the marker on the heel, having performed the complete rapport of the pattern, we mark on both sides, separating the top seventeen loops from the bottom nineteen. Then we reduce the buttonholes. In the upper part, we perform the reduction according to scheme 2. We cut off the thread, stretch it through the remaining three purl loops and, tightening the loops, fix the thread. The second slipper is the same.