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A Fabulous Pair of Crochet Slippers

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Here is a free crochet pattern from Bernat Yarns for cute and comfortable crochet slippers.  These slippers are quick and easy to make and are perfect for relaxing at home.

Sizes:

To fit adult shoe size 5/6 (7/8-9/10).
Finished foot length 9 (9 1/2-10 1/2)" 23 (24-26.5) cm.

Materials:

  • Bernat® Sox (100 g / 3.5 oz)
  • 1 ball of #42242 (Camouflage) or color of choice
  • Size 3.25 mm (U.S. D/3) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge

Gauge:

23 sc and 24 rows = 4" 10 cm.

Pattern:

The instructions are written for smallest size. If changes are necessary for larger sizes the instructions will be written thus ( ).

  1. Ch 2.
     
  2. 1st rnd: 8 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Join with sl st to first sc. 8 sc.
     
  3. 2nd rnd: Ch 1. 2 sc in each sc around. Join with sl st to first sc. 16 sc.
     
  4. 3rd rnd: Ch 1. *1 sc in next sc. 2 sc in next sc. Rep from * around. Join with sl st to first sc. 24 sc.
     
  5. 4th and alt rnds: Ch 1. 1 sc in each sc around. Join with sl st to first sc.
     
  6. 5th rnd: Ch 1. *1 sc in each of next 2 sc. 2 sc in next sc. Rep from * around. Join with sl st to first sc. 32 sc.
     
  7. 7th rnd: Ch 1. *1 sc in each of next 7 sc. 2 sc in next sc. Rep from * around. Join with sl st to first sc. 36 sc.
     
  8. Inc 4 sts evenly around following alt rnds, as before, to 56 sc. Place marker at end of rnd.
     
  9. Rep 4th rnd until work from marked rnd measures 2 (3-4)" [5 (7.5-10) cm].

Shape front opening

  1. 1st row: Ch 1. Draw up a loop in first 2 sts. Yoh and draw through all 3 loops on hook – sc2tog made. 1 sc in each of next 42 sc. Sc2tog over next 2 sc. Turn. Leave rem sts unworked. 44 sts.
     
  2. 2nd and 3rd rows: Ch 1. Sc2tog over first 2 sts. 1 sc in each sc to last 2 sts. Sc2tog over last 2 sts. Turn. 40 sts.
     
  3. Cont working in sc for 2 (3-4)" [5 (7.5-10) cm], ending with a WS row.

Shape heel

  1. Next 2 rows: Ch 1. 1 sc in each sc to last 15 sc. Turn. Leave rem sts unworked. 10 sc. Cont working in sc on these 10 sc for 2 ins [5 cm], ending with a WS row. Fasten off.
     
  2. Sew side seams of heel to body of slipper.

Edging

  1. 1st rnd: With RS of work facing, join yarn with sl st to any back heel seam. Ch 1. Work 72 sc around. Join with sl st to first sc.
     
  2. 2nd rnd: Ch 1. *1 sc in next sc. Miss next 2 sc. 6 dc in next sc. Miss next 2 sc. Rep from * around. Join with sl st to first sc. Fasten off.

 

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I'm loving the pattern and fit so far, but I'm confused about the shaping of the heel. It says to work to the last 15 sc. I thought this to mean to work a sc into everyone and leave the last 15 alone, but it says I'm only supposed to have 10 scs.. I also had to take it down to 36 stitches in the beginning since the actual instructions make a slipper that is WAY to big for my foot, but I've worked around that until now.

Love this pattern I uses 2 strands of wool and put 6 stitches on instead of 8 had to work it a few times and finally got a great looking slipper. I have made approximately 25 prs as Christmas gifts they are so Thanks and warm everyone loved them.

I am going to try this pattern. I once had a very easy slipper pattern but lost it.

I don't know what it means about the bigger sizes, can you help me please

Round 5 then round 7?? No 6?

If you go back to row 4 you will see that it says 'and alternating rows'. Every even numbered row you do as instructed in row 4 until told otherwise.

Help! I bought medium weight (4) yarn, and my slippers are turning out too huge.

Im confused after round 7 to increase to 56 sc do u repeat from row 4 thru 7 or do u increase using row 4 and increase 4 sc until u reach 56 sc. This pattern is not real clear and confusing and I have been crotcheting for years

did you figure this out?

love this pattern, it is so simple and keeps your feet warm. I slip them on over my sox at night while sleeping, and depending on the weight of the yarn, they can be worn inside of boots.

Is rnd 6 missing?

The best slippers I have ever gotten was from my Granny, they were made just from Granny squares measure the length of your foot, make the granny square that size attach 3 corners together and the last corner stitch up and leave enough room to insert your foot you can embellish the top with a button or whatever you want they are warm and comfy my Granny is gone and I wore mine out but she left me the memory of those wonderful slippers sorry don't have a pattern I just go by memory....if you have any questions just email me at joshybearsbaby@yahoo.com and put in the subject: Slippers I am going to make a pair this aftwernoon and will take photos if you would like to see what they look like :)

I would like to see what the Granny slippers look like. Sounds easy to do, with making a Granny square the length of one's foot, but I am having trouble visualizing how to fold and stitch to form the slipper. Thank you for posting a picture. Judyjude

where can I see a picture of the grannysquare slipper, sounds like what my nana used to make but having a hard time visulizing the way to gather 3 conors and stitch up 4th

i would like to see and if u can explain how to make i would love to try them

I got confused just reading the pattern. Are the slippers started from the toe, is the heel done seperatley, why is there a back heel seam when there are two side heel seems?

WS is Wrong Side... :)

I am confused on how to do the "shape for opening" section. Have done okay up to the "Cont working in sc for---, ending with WS row. What is WS? And, is the "working in sc" for--- to be done in sc or Sc2tog? Please help, I'm new to crochet. Thanks, MR

@new to you WS means "wrong side" or the back/inside of your piece. Working in SC means working in single crochets for the amount of time given. Hope that helps clear things up a bit!

Looks fairly easy...will try soon

I need a pair of slippers - am going to try this pattern!! Looks simple enough!!! Here I go!!

I found this easy to follow, the only thing I had problems with was keeping count of the stitches and rows. I think it was the continous circle pattern. I added a contrasting cuff on the top to dress them up a little. I like them.

It is a bit difficult to tell exactly how the slippers fit on the foot.

I made up my own pattern, which is easier to crochet and comes out looking alot better than these do. You can make the different sizes that you need, also! I think this pair is alot harder for people to follow and get it done right.

Seems easy enough. Im going to try it today.

Instructions are easy to follow

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