Crochet Slippers Free Pattern


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Looking for mindless and quick crochet pattern that you can whip up in a matter of a couple of hours? I love crochet slippers pattern because it’s easy enough to crochet while watching your favorite movie and interesting enough not to fall asleep on the row 5. This pattern is perfect for beginners. And it’s a great project if you want to get familiar with t-shirt yarn. Oh-so-cozy crochet slippers with faux fur yarn on top will keep your feet warm and toes toasty ! Using t-shirt yarn for a sole will make your crochet shoes durable and will keep its shape even after easy wash. So how to crochet slippers ? Here you’ll find free crochet slipper pattern.

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Skill level: Easy

Shoe Women’s Sizes: 6 ( 7-8, 9-10, 11 ) or 8.9 ( 9.25 -9.5, 9.9 – 10.2, 10.5) “

What you will need:

T-shirt yarn ( weight 6 /super bulky weight, 100 m (109 yards ) /330 g ( 11.5oz ) – 88 ( 96, 104, 109 yards ) / 80 ( 88, 96,100 m ). I used t-shirt yarn from my shop KNITZNPURLZ;

Go For Faux™ Yarn Lion Brand less than 1 ball or another 6 super bulky fur yarn ( 64 yards/ 100 g ) ;

Crochet hook – 6.5-7 mm, K 10.5;

Crochet hook – 9 mm, N 13;

Tapestry needle;

Abbreviations, Stitch knowledge:

Ch – chain;

Dc – double crochet;

Hdc – half double crochet;

Sc- single crochet;

St – stitch;

Sl St – slip stitch.

Gauge: 2 st=1” and 1 row=1” in dc

Let’s get crocheting!

Note: Instructions for sizes 7-8, 9-10, 11 listed in parentheses. The model is made for size 7-8. Yardage is listed in parentheses whereas 88 yards of t-shirt yarn is for size 6, 96 yards is for size 7-8 and so on. Right and left slippers are worked identical and include 4 soles. 2 soles are sewn together for thicker and sturdier structure.



Sole:

Make 4.

With 7 mm crochet hook ch 16 ( 17, 18, 19 )

Round 1. Sc in 2nd ch from hook and next 6 ( 7, 8, 9 ) st, 1 hdc, 1 dc in next 6 st, 5 dc in last st. Work across the opposite side of the foundation ch, 1 dc in next 6 st, 1 hdc, sc in next 6 ( 7,8,9 ) st, 2 sc in last st. Join with a sl st to the first sc. 35 ( 36, 38, 40 ) st.

Round 2. Ch 2 ( counts as a st ), 2 dc in next st, dc in next 13 ( 14,15,16 ) st, 2 dc in next 2 st, 3 dc in next st, 2 dc in next 2 st, dc in next 14 ( 15,16,17 ) st, 2 dc in next st, dc in last st. Join with sl st to the first dc. 44 ( 46, 48, 50 ) st. Leave a length of yarn on 2 soles for sewing pieces together.

Block all 4 pieces.


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Join 2 pieces with wrong sides facing each other with sl st.


crochet slippers free pattern


crochet slippers free pattern



Top stripe:

Row 1. With 9 mm hook join fur yarn to the 11 th st of the sole, sc in next 9 st toward toe. Ch 1, turn.


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Row 2-6. Sc to the end of the row. Ch 1, turn.

Note: Add rows as necessary to cover your foot.

Join with sl st to corresponding st on the other side of the sole.

Repeat row 1-6 for the second slipper.

Finish off and weave ends.

Happy crocheting,

Irina.


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  • Grab downloadable PDF add-free pattern with even more instructions and photo illustrations in one format.

  • Find all the gorgeous colors of t-shirt yarn of equal thickness and knot-free throughout its length here

  • You can find dust rose color t-shirt yarn that I used by clicking the link

  • Don’t have time now, Pin it for later.

  • Get it on Ravelry.

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  • Ro
    Posted at 21:17h, 20 November Reply

    By coincidence, I minutes ago thought "I should design a slipper with the faux fur yarn I just bought." Then, I checked an email from Desamour Designs and here was your pattern! Thanks! They are cute!

    • Irina Sheina
      Posted at 20:52h, 10 December Reply

      Thank you very much, happy making!

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