How to: Open Toe Crochet Sandals for any size « The C Side. I walk barefoot at home.
I would walk barefoot in the street if I could, but I can’t. My daughter is a little copy cat so she too walks barefoot, only problem is that the tiles sometimes get really cold and she jams her toes in the tables all the time (she takes after her mother). I had seen lots of crocheted baby sandals, booties, shoes but couldn’t find something that would fit a toddler and was not closed because her feet get hot and were simple and plain. So I designed my own. The hardest thing in this pattern is getting a two and a half year old to stand still for 30 seconds while you draw her feet. You will need: Worsted weight (thick worsted not light worsted, you don’t want a flimsy pair of sandals right?)
First you will need to draw out the feet on a piece of paper. This is a tutorial and I tried to explain it as clearly as possible, if you need any help leave a comment or send me an email jessyz [at] chocolatemintsinajar [dot] com and I’ll help you out. Related July 27, 2011. Crochet Slippers on Pinterest. Crochet DROPS Boots in Eskimo. DROPS ESKIMO UNI COLOUR (50g) 3.60 USD DROPS ESKIMO MIX (50g) 4.15 USD DROPS ESKIMO PRINT (50g) 4.50 USD DROPS ESKIMO TWEED (50g) 4.50 USD DROPS ESKIMO DEGRADÉ (50g) 4.50 USD DROPS ALPACA BOUCLÉ UNI COLOUR (50g) DROPS Alpaca Party!
/ 25% OFF! 4.95 USD 3.70 USD DROPS ALPACA BOUCLÉ MIX (50g) DROPS Alpaca Party! / 25% OFF! 4.95 USD 3.70 USD Yes, it's that time of the year again! And remember that the DROPS Alpaca Party is in full swing, and you get 25% OFF 8 wonderful alpaca yarns until the end of 2014! Need help with this pattern? NOTE: This pattern is written in American English. CROCHET 2 STS TOG: Crochet the first st but wait with last YO and pull through, crochet next st and at last pull trough now pull yarn through all 3 loops on hook. CUFF Worked sideways. SLIPPER: Worked top down, back and forth with the opening in the back of leg. Now work the foot as follows – insert a marker in the middle st on row: © 1982-2014 DROPS Design A/S. Starlight Women Slippers - Free Crochet Pattern. After the great feedback received for the Starlight Toddler Slippers, I'm happy to introduce you the Starlight Slippers in women size.
You and your toddler can now wear matching slippers. *Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. Unlike the Toddler Version, that is featuring an explosion of colors, for the women size, I decided to use just one single color for the main part and add just a splash of rainbow colors at the cuff. This way are less tails to weave in the ends. I also made a pair in plain pink and added a button as embellishment. Size: 23 cm length and 22 cm circumference around the foot (or 11 cm across the foot when lying flat). Materials: - 1 skein (100 g) of yarn in main color; yarn weight: worsted 10 ply (medium 4). For the description of the stitches, terms (US) abbreviations used, for picture tutorial, notes regarding color change and almost invisible join into round, please refer to the Toddler Size Pattern.
Ankle Socks Part 1. Ankle Socks Part 2. 5 crochet slippers to make. Crochet ballet slippers… restyle. Since I made these slippers for my niece, Maia has wanted a pair of crochet ballet slippers for her own… but with spring already here there seems little point- the weather is after all only going to get warmer.
So I pulled a quickie and added a couple of crochet chain ties to her slippers from earlier in the year. End result? Maia is very happy with her ‘new’ crochet ballet slippers! Because I didn’t give a pattern when I made these slippers, Ive added a few pointers below in lieu of a ‘how to’… in case you want to make these crochet slippers yourself: The ties are actually a great idea for crochet slippers, they hold them in place nicely (no slipping down over the heel) I just wove the ties through the back of the slipper :) Like this: Like Loading...
Related Baby ballet slippers My youngest niece Freya had her baptism this week, so I made her these gorgeous wee ballet slippers for the occasion.