First pair of crochet slippers fresh off the hook!

Editor's Choice - Jan 10, 2017

I know the lighting is awful … I apolgize, I need to get rid of the bulbs in my dressing room closet and redo the lighting when I get back on my feet from my career change.

Anyhoo, I’m extremely pleased with how these came out. I made the large size, as I tend to wear thicker socks with slippers, and I have a wide foot. They’re for myself, so I’m not bothering to wet block. I used Caron Cakes in Lilac Frosting, as I am a crazy color slipper kind of gal. For the most part, the light grey and some lilac make up the side and instep. I decided to replace the bottom sole with plain black worsted from my yarn stash, as I just couldn’t see walking on Caron Cakes.

The pattern was a free one from the archives of the show Knit and Crochet Now. Only single crochet, chain and slip stitch were used. I will definitely be making these again, this has quickly found it’s way in to my ’ go – to ’ pattern file. The only thing I may do is actually work up two sole pieces per slipper and stack them for added thickness. Haven’t really decided on that yet.

Yarns: caron cakes in lilac frosting redheart supersaver in black

Stitches: chain single crochet slip stitch


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Debbie Pribele ...

well done!!
I love seeing “firsts”.

Mary Pauline M ...

Thanks! Celebrating my Editor’s Choice accomplishment! Can’t believe I never tried slippers before, but this pattern was really easy; especially since I wanted to swap in less expensive for the sole.

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First pair of crochet slippers fresh off the hook!