Who doesn’t love a brisk stitch shoe design? These shoes can be made in a hour and will keep you warm and toasty. Add some puffy paint to the sole and make them non-slip. This could be your ideal one skein venture. Make them for art fairs to develop your stock or blessing them to friends and family. It comes in 3 sizes, little, medium, and vast. It is made with worsted weight yarn and takes almost no yarn.

Sew Hook4.5 mm snare

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 fastens to 4 inches)

Completed SizeSmall (Fits US sizes 5& 6): Slipper is 9 inches in length Medium (Fits US sizes 7 and 8): Slipper is 9 1/2 inches in length Large(Fits US sizes 9 and 10): Slipper is 10 inches in length

You can work from the free example given underneath or buy a without ad PDF for $2.50 here.

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Since the occasion gifting surge is over you can make these warm shoes for yourself. Some self esteem won’t hurt, will it? I trust they keep you warm and comfortable.

This is a simple shoe design that is worked in one piece. When you make one, I wager everybody in your family would need one as well.

Free Crochet Slipper Pattern

Materials

1. Worsted weight yarn. Caron United in shading Soft Gray Heather was utilized for the example.

2. Snare G (4.25mm)

Measure

Little (Fits US sizes 5& 6): Slipper is 9 inches in length

Medium (Fits US sizes 7 and 8): Slipper is 9 1/2 inches in length

Large(Fits US sizes 9 and 10): Slipper is 10 inches in length

Check

Working in hdc knit, 16 sts and 8 1/2 Rows= 4 inches

Line Abbreviations

Line Explanation

Shell: 5 dc worked into the equivalent st.

sc2tog ( single knit decline): This will join 2 sts into one. To work a sc2tog, [insert your guide into the following st and draw a loop]2 times, yarn over and pull through every one of the circles on your snare.

Example

Note: Sizes Small and Medium are assembled together and estimate Large is given independently.

Sizes Small and Medium

1. Work along the free circles of the establishment chain

Cycle 1: Ch 6, 1 sc in second ch from snare, 1 sc in next 3sts, 4 sc in last st, rotate your work to work along the opposite side of the establishment chain, 1 sc in next 3 free circles of the establishment ch, 2 sc in last free circle, sl st to first ch. Try not to turn.— — 14 sts

Remaining Time – 2:33

2. Cycle 2 finished

Note: The finish of the round join considers incorporate the chains well.

Cycle 2: Ch 3, 2 dc in same st as ch 3, ch 1, sk 1, 1 sc in next, *(ch 1, sk 1, 3 dc in next, ch 1, sk 1, 1 sc in next), rehash from * until the point when you end with a sc in the equivalent st as starting ch-3, ch 1, sl st to the highest point of starting ch-3. Try not to turn.— — – 24 sts

Note: You will skip dc sts to work into the sc.

Cycle 3: 1 sc in next dc, *(ch 1, 3 dc in next sc, ch 1, 1 sc in the center dc of the following 3dc gathering, ch 1, 4 dc in next sc, ch 1, 1 sc in the center dc of the following 3dc gathering), rehash from * and after you work 4dc in the last sc st, ch 1, sl st to first sc. Try not to turn.— — – 26sts

Cycle 4: Ch 3, 4 dc in same st as ch-3, ch 1, 1 sc in center dc of next 3dc gathering, ch 1, shell in next sc, ch 1, 1 sc in third dc of next 4 dc gathering, ch 1, shell in next sc, ch 1, 1 sc in center dc of next 3dc group,ch 1, shell in next sc, ch 1, 1 sc in third dc of next 4 dc gathering, ch 1, sl st to best of starting ch 3. Try not to turn.— — 32 sts (4 shells)

Cycle 5: Sl st into next dc, 1 sc in next, ch 1, shell in next sc, *(ch 1, 1 sc in center dc of next shell, ch 1, shell in next sc), rehash from * and after shell in the last sc, ch 1, sl st to first sc. Try not to turn— — 32 sts(4 shells)

Cycle 6: Ch 3, 4 dc in same st as ch-3, *(ch 1, 1 sc in center dc of next shell, ch 1, shell in next sc), rehash from * and after 1 sc in third dc of the last shell, ch 1, sl st to best of starting ch 3. Try not to turn.— — 32 sts (4 shells)

Cycle 7: Repeat Round 5.

Cycle 8: Repeat Round 6. Try not to turn and don’t secure off.


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