This is a fairly simple, but warm pattern for slippers. It uses two strands of yarn OR 1 strand of bulky yarn. I used an N hook for this and I hope I've adjusted the pattern this time to take into account the guage I crochet. These should fit an adult foot. They're warm and comfy too, I made myself a pair!
Toe and foot
With both strands of yarn held together or one strand of bulky chain 4 and join
Rd 1 Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc) 15 dc in ring and join for 16 dc
Rd 2 ch 3, dc in each stitch
Repeat row 2 -4 times for small -5 times med and -6 times lg
Rd 1 Ch3, dc in 12 stitches leaving 3 stitches
Rd 2 Ch 3 and turn, dc in each stitch
Rd 3 repeat rd 2
Turning the slipper inside out use a slip stitch to join the back of the heel. Slip stitch back up to top.
Rd 1 Ch 3 work 6 dc evenly along one side, dc in each of 3 stitches left open when making heel, 6 dc evenly spaced along other side and join (16 stitches)
Rd 2 Ch 3 and dc in each stitch
Rd 3 Ch 1 and turn sc in same space as chain 1 *make bobble [ yo hook twice and insert in stitch yo and pull through yo and pull through 2 loops on hook twice (this should leave 2 loops still on hook) yo twice insert hook into same stitch yo and pull through yo pull through 2 loops twice yo and pull through all 3 loops on hook], sc repeat from * around
Rd 4 Ch 3 and turn dc in each stitch
Please let me know if you try this and how it comes out.
This is really great, I'm going to have to try to make some of these.
I made these and they came out great. I used an N hook and really fluffy yarn and they came out large enough for a family member. Very easy pattern...Thanks a bunch
Whipped this up in no time. Made some alterations though ... used a J hook instead, used one strand lily sugar & cream with one strand boucle yarn. Did chain 5, join. Rd. 1-ch 3, 8 dc, join (8). Rd.2-2 dc in each, join (16). Rd.3-1dc in next , 2dc in next, around, join. Then I continued pattern as stated from
Rd.2. For heel I did 20 dc's leaving 4 unworked. Great pattern! I have small feet, so I had to improvise. No seriously, LOL, my feet are like a teen's 3/4. Smh.
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