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Rose Slippers

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Crochet a pair of comfortable slip-on mule slippers with pretty rose embellishment from Lily Sugar n' Cream. Quilt batting provides the cushioning in these easy crochet slippers.

Cozy Crochet Slippers

 


Materials: Sizes S (M, L)

  • Yarn: Lily® Sugar’n Cream (Solids: 70.9 g/2.5 oz)

Main color (MC) (Blue): 2 (2-2) balls
Contrast A (White): 1 (1-1) ball
Contrast C (Green): 1 (1-1) ball
Lily Sugar ’n Cream Ombres (56.7 g/2 oz)
Contrast B (Pink): 1 (1-1) ball

  • Crochet Hook: Size 3.75 mm (U.S. F or 5) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Small amount of ½ inch [1 cm] thick quilt batting

Sizes: Ladies’ shoe sizes S (5-6), M (7-8) and L (9-10).

Gauge: 15 dc and 7 rows = 4 ins [10 cm].

Instructions:

The instructions are written for smallest size. If changes are necessary for larger sizes the instructions will be written thus ( ).
Note: When changing colors, work to last 2 loops on hook of last st, then draw new color through rem 2 loops and proceed. When color is not in use, hold it across previous row and work over it.

SOLE (make 4)
With MC, ch 24 (26-28).
1st rnd: (RS). 1 dc in 4th ch from hook. 1 dc in each of next 19 (21-23) ch. 5 dc in last ch. Working into rem loop on opposite side of foundation ch, 1 dc in each of next 19 (21-23) ch. 3 dc in last ch. Join with sl st to top of ch 3.
2nd rnd: Ch 3. 1 dc in same sp as last sl st. 2 dc in next dc. 1 dc in each of next 19 (21-23) dc. 2 dc in each of next 5 dc. 1 dc in each of next 19 (21-23) dc. 2 dc in each of last 3 dc. Join with sl st to top of ch 3.
3rd rnd: Ch 3. 1 dc in same sp as last sl st. 2 dc in each of next 3 dc. 1 dc in each of next 4 dc. 1 hdc in each of next 4 dc. 1 sc in each of next 7 (9-11) dc. 1 hdc in each of next 4 dc. 2 hdc in each of next 10 dc. 1 hdc in each of next 4 dc. 1 sc in each of next 7 (9-11) dc. 1 hdc in each of next 4 dc. 1 dc in each of next 4 dc. 2 dc in each of next 6 dc. Join with sl st to top of ch 3. Fasten off (toe end).
Cut quilt batting in same shape as sole (approx ½ inch [1 cm] narrower all around). Place quilt batting on WS of 1 sole. With WS of 2 soles facing each other and quilt batting between, join MC with sl st through all thicknesses at any st. Ch 1. Work 1 rnd of sc around, working through all thicknesses. Join with sl st to first sc. Fasten off.

UPPER (make 2)
With MC, ch 23.
1st row: (RS). 1 dc in 4th ch from hook. 1 dc in next ch. *With A, 1 dc in each of next 3 ch. With MC, 1 dc in each of next 3 ch. Rep from * to end of ch, joining A in last dc. 21 dc. Turn.
3rd row: With MC, ch 3. Miss first dc. 1 dc in each of next 2 dc. *With A, 1 dc in each of next 3 dc. With MC, 1 dc in each of next 3 dc. Rep from * to end of row, joining A in last dc. Turn.
Last 2 rows form check pat.
Work 2 more rows in check pat. Fasten off.
Edging: With RS of work facing, join MC with sl st to top of turning ch of last row. Ch 1. 1 sc in same sp. 1 sc in each st to end of row. Fasten off.
With RS of work facing, join MC with sl st to first rem loop of foundation ch. Ch 1. 1 sc in same sp. 1 sc in each rem loop to end of row. Fasten off.
Sew sides of Upper in position to Sole as illustrated.

ROSE (make 2)
With B, ch 16.
1st row: (RS). 2 dc in 4th ch from hook. 3 dc in each ch to end of ch. Fasten off.
Coil rose to form rosebud and sew to Upper as shown in picture.

LEAF (make 2)
With C, ch 8.
1st row: (RS). 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook. 1 hdc in next ch. 1 dc in each of next 3 ch. 1 hdc in next ch. 1 sc in last ch. Fasten off.
Sew 1 Leaf to side of each Rose as shown in picture.

 

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Reviews More Reviews

Dec 1, 2013

This pattern is really messed up! Fix it!

 

Nov 30, 2013

I made one sole only to find it didn't fit the whole foot, made another one is the larger size, and it's still too small.

 

13 Ratings

Aug 1, 2011

This is a great pattern. The only problem was, I didn't have any batting and didn't want to invest in any because I'd have no use for the remaining batting. What I did was this; I bought Dr Scholls foam insoles and used them instead. The result was fabulous. I made a pair for my sister in pink & white, and a pair for my brother-in-law in black & white. I think the in-soles work even better than batting, and are easier to insert, and will last longer. Plus...when the slipper wears out, they have insoles to use in their shoes! Am I clever or what?

 

Jun 30, 2011

These instructions are very unclear. I'd crochet more if I could understand the instructions. Using abbreviations, jargon and leaving out steps MIGHT be excused back in the day of paper publishing and wanting to save money by not printing so many characters, but on the internet, this is a none-issue. I can't tell you the number of unfinished or weird looking mis-shapen projects I have laying around. I also have sleeves, jacket backs and parts of other articles that for the life of me I couldn't figure out. I'd invent my own system of construction and then realize that's what the instructions were trying to say, but in 10 or less words. Just venting. Raganthor

 

Jan 27, 2011

I love this site. I get all kinds of ideas for my kids and grandkids and they just love the things I make them. SKERN

 

Jun 7, 2010

I am confused about the assembly of the sole section. ''"Place quilt batting on WS of 1 sole. With WS of 2 soles facing each other and quilt batting between, join MC with sl st through all thicknesses at any st"... So at some point do you then turn it right side out? Or should it be RS instead of WS? I am new to crochet, so sorry if this is a stupid question. THANKS

 

Jun 6, 2010

This is a great pattern, however, I think it can get confusing with the construction steps. Therefore, there should be more pictures showing these details. Just a thought....

 

Feb 16, 2010

"working on the rem loop" when you start the foundation row you only work in one side of the chain or the V form, so now you sl st to the remaining loop of the foundation row. The other side of the foundation row or chain or V. How ever you name it. Hope this helps.

 

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