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Orange and Blue Crochet Slippers

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Make these Orange and Blue Crochet Slippers to help keep your feet nice and warm in the colder months.  Simple crochet slipper patterns like this are fun and easy to make, and make great gifts for the holidays.  Mix and match colors to create your own pair of fun slippers.  The pom poms on these slippers make them extra fun to wear around the house, and when made with green and red yarns, these slippers would be so fun to wear on Christmas morning.  Don't forget to make a pair for everyone in your family!

Orange and Blue Crochet Slippers

Materials:

  • 2 skeins of yarn in the colors of your choice
  • H crochet hook


Instructions:
These are for a size 9 women's shoeSee note at bottom to adjust size.

  1. Special Note: Beginning Ch 2 made in magic circle counts as a 1 hdc.
     
  2. Row 1: Make a magic circle. Ch 2, 5 hdc in magic circle. Draw magic circle tight. Slip st in 2nd st of beg chain. (6 hdc)
     
  3. Row 2: Ch 2. Work 2 hdc in each hdc around. Join with slip stitch to join in beg hdc. (12 hdc)
     
  4. Row 3: Ch 2. Work 2 hdc in each hdc around. Join with sl stitch to join in beg hdc. (24 hdc)
     
  5. Rows 4 -11: Ch 2. Work 1 hdc in each hdc around. Join each row with a slip st in beg hdc. (24 hdc each round)
     
  6. Row 12: Ch 2. Work 1 hdc in each hdc around. DO NOT JOIN. Ch 2 and turn.
     
  7. Row 13 - 21: Ch 2. Work 1 hdc in each hdc around. Do not fasten off.
     
  8. Fold ends of the row together to form closing heel. I used a slip stitch to close the seam or you can sew it closed. (If you choose to sew it closed, fasten off Row 21 leaving a long enough tail of yarn to sew with.)
     
  9. Attach with slip stitch either at the heel or at the center front and sc in each st around for a finished edge. Join with sl st and fasten off.
     
  10. Make pompom to match or contrast and tie at center front.
     
  11. Weave in loose ends.


Notes:

  • Adjust number of rows as needed to get the needed shoe size. I made the slipper 1/2 -1 inch smaller than the shoe size in inches because these stretch. Adjust by even number of rows to be able to close the heel from the outside of the slipper.
  • These will be very slippery when worn on bare floors, so take care.

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Can you please convert this pattern to a Knitted Pattern as I do not crochet but like the look of these slippers

Hi there, thanks for your comment. We actually have a ton of knit slipper patterns here on FaveCrafts. Simply click on the Knitting category on the right hand side of this page and then click on the Knit Socks and Slippers subcategory. Check out our pattern for Grandma's Knitted Slippers - they're a reader favorite! Thanks! - Julia from FaveCrafts

Does this slipper pattern use only a single strand of 4 ply yarn? Other slippers I've made call for a double strand.

Hi Sandrabcreech--Thanks for the comment. There was nothing to indicate that this patterns uses a double strand, but you can try it and see how the pattern works out. Keep in mind that if you do use a double strand, your slipper will be bigger than indicated. Thanks!--FaveCrafts Editor

how do you make a magic circle?

I made these as Christmas gifts. Work up really fast and they are warm. I used the non-slips strips for the bathtub on the bottom of these to prevent slipping. Worked well too!

Are these really made with hdc's? I am one the middle of making one and it seems really small. I am wondering if it should actually be double crochet.

use puffy paint on the bottoms to make them less likely to slip.

I did a pattern and had no clue what magic circle was. You aren't making a knot. I chained two and worked 5 hdc crochet in the chain (icircle) then I pulled the chain closed to tighten. Hard to explain you tube has the video

Hi Sbodine74, here's a tutorial on how to crochet the magic circle: www.allfreecrochet.com/Tutorials/How-to-Crochet-the-Magic-Circle

I can follow everything until this part: "Fold ends of the row together to form closing heel. I used a slip stitch to close the seam or you can sew it closed. (If you choose to sew it closed, fasten off Row 21 leaving a long enough tail of yarn to sew with.) Attach with slip stitch either at the heel or at the center front and sc in each st around for a finished edge. Join with sl st and fasten off". Since you start with a magic circle, it appears that you are crocheting in the round for this pattern. I am not certain where or how you fold ends in (what ends) or - in the next sentence - what you are attaching. this part confuses me. Can you explain further?

this does not explain what a magic circle is for a beginner it should be included

Hi @momlen, here's a tutorial on how to crochet the magic circle: www.allfreecrochet.com/Tutorials/How-to-Crochet-the-Magic-Circle

I made these and they are very easy and fast. I did not do the pom poms. I did a front and back post double crochet (of course there was not a front and back post in this pattern to do the stitch in, so I eyeballed it and picked a stitch to create the look of front and back post) around the top, then one row of single crochet. I made a chain rope and weaved that through the double crocheted front and back post stitch and tied it off in a bow . They came out very cute and all the my son's girlfriends and the girlfriends friends are asking for them. Unfortunately I don't have enough hands to make them all.

This pattern is very easy to do! I am hung up however and wondering if someone could help me. I'm stuck on row 12 and 13-21, row 12 at end says to ch2 and turn then 13 says to ch2 so is it 4chs? also do I turn every time so I'm not joining the ends? I hope someone can help me, I'm a beginner and just trying out new things. Thanks

@tweety2230, Please contact the original pattern designer to determine the exact type of yarn that was originally used for this pattern. --Editors of FaveCrafts

what type of yarn that you used

@tweety you can use any yarn you'd like! Just make sure it's comfortable to wear on your feet.

Hi all- Here is information on how to crochet the magic circle: http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Tutorials/How-to-Crochet-the-Magic-Circle/ Hope this helps! -The editors of FaveCrafts

I still don't understand what a magic circle is. I understand about the first loop, but it doesn't sound as if it is certain that this is what it is. Please let me know what a Magic Circle is. Strange they don't explain it, and I can't seem to find anything reference to it anywhere.

Hi @KayMarie, here's a tutorial on how to crochet the magic circle: www.allfreecrochet.com/Tutorials/How-to-Crochet-the-Magic-Circle

I think what they are calling a magic circle is when you make your first loop to crochet, but instead of tying it toward the ball of yarn, you tie it toward the end of hat you will be working and the loop will close tighter when you pull the thread. I need a picture to explain better. Sorry I can't be clearer, but I hope it helps.

I also would like to know about the magic circle

Here's a tutorial on how to crochet the magic circle: www.allfreecrochet.com/Tutorials/How-to-Crochet-the-Magic-Circle

What is a "magic circle"?

Hi Memere, here's a tutorial on how to crochet the magic circle: www.allfreecrochet.com/Tutorials/How-to-Crochet-the-Magic-Circle

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