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How To Make Simple Crochet Slippers

How To Make Simple Crochet Slippers
IMPORTANT NOTE: This pattern uses US crochet terminology. You can find the SLIPPER SIZE, YARN and HOOK specifications at the end of this article !!! (To see more of my patterns, please visit my ONLINE SHOP!) I am an addict. An addict for crochet slippers. It all began when I saw slippers similar to these somewhere on the internet. I loved them so much I couldn’t get their tempting image out of my head. All I needed was a pattern. But because I am terribly, terribly impatient, I found creating my own pattern quicker than looking for an official one on the web. And since I’m no crochet guru, the pattern turned out to be really simple. Actually, these slippers might be the simplest slippers in the universe. Or not. But they might. This is what I did… Round 1: 5 ch (chain stitch); join into ring with sl st (slip stitch) Round 2: 3 ch; 7 dc (double crochet stitch) into the center of the ring; join with sl st Round 3: 3 ch; 1 dc into first stitch; 2 dc into each next stitch; join with sl st Row 14: turn (!)

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Easy anklet slipper sock I have recently renewed my passion for crocheting, I have not crocheted since I was a kid and I was not very into it then how ever I find now that as an adult I quiet enjoy it. I have created my own pattern for a pair of anklet slipper socks that can easily be modified to fit any size and even turned into more of a boot/calf style bootie. materials: 1 Skein of yarn ( your choice) I used Red heart super saver in black Hook: H/8-5.00mm yarn needle for weaving in tail of yarn 2-3 stich markers and about an hour of crochet time.

Free Crochet Pattern – Easy iPhone Sleeve « Roses n Lilies Here is a sample of some of the iPhone sleeves I have made, to give you a little inspiration. They were all made using my free pattern. The pattern is very easy, and you can use any yarn you choose. An experienced crocheter will whip this up in a very short time. 15 Free Granny Square Patterns To Crochet Crocheted granny squares are a hit with crafters since there are so many different items you can make with them: blankets or afghans, scarves, potholders, wraps, totes…the ideas are endless! Here are several different designs to check out, use a single pattern for a project or mix them up as you like. I also added a helpful tutorial at the bottom showing you how to join them all together and another for how to make a flat border (for blankets). You may want to bookmark this page for future reference since I’ll be adding new goodies here as I find them, enjoy!

Crochet Pattern: Rainbow Striped Slippers Make a cozy pair of crocheted slippers with this quick and easy rainbow striped slipper tutorial! In the photo above, the finished rainbow slippers were each completed using one skein of self-striping Da Vinci yarn from Lion Brand Yarn. If you use this yarn, you will not need to make color changes as you crochet. DROPS Pattern Library: Lace patterns DROPS pattern library contains patterns, and it keeps growing every day! The DROPS designers want you to see how these different techniques will look when applied to a knitting or crochet project. This is a very useful tool when you are looking for inspiration for own designs.

Brown Slippers « Crochet (Update: To see more of my patterns, please visit my ONLINE SHOP!) I’ve just finished making these slippers. Making crocheted slippers is my addiction. Huge addiction. One of the best things in life. Crochet A Frilly Flower "Just living is not enough" said the butterfly, "one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower". Hans Christian Anderson Since I posted my simple bunting tutorial, I've been asked several times how to crochet the flower I pictured. I daresay very similar flowers have been made up and down the Land Of Blog but, since I didn't follow a pattern for it, I am happy to share my little Frilly Flower (using UK terminology) with you ...

Slipper Pattern Slipper Pattern Moved here ♥ at 10:23 AM MaryM's Original Daisy Bullion Edging, tatting with crochet hook, crochet tatting, cro-tat, Cro-Tat, cro tat, edging, trim, tutorial If you like the project you can donate bitcoins to: 1E8rQq9cmv95CrdrLmqaoD6TErUFKok3bF MaryM's Original Daisy Bullion Edging©2001 - tatting with crochet hook, crochet tatting, cro-tat, tutorial, how to - Copyrighted. Please copy, reproduce, collect or redistribute with permission only. Finding little to not-much on the internet for tatting with crochet hook, I dreamed up this little design. (Of course, Crochet Tatting is quite an old art, recently come into vogue again - It is described and pictured in "The Godey's Lady's Book" in the 1850's!)

Crochet Rain Boots Spring is only 4 days away! And here in the Pacific Northwest, Spring usually brings a lot of rain showers. So get your rain boots on, we are going puddle jumping! Ok, we won’t be jumping in any puddles with these crocheted rain boots, but they are a cute accessory for your pre-walker. I’ve been working hard all week on this pattern and although I have edited and fine-tuned it numerous times, it may still have some kinks.

Little Black Owl Here’s a little black owl to haunt your trees for Halloween. Too bad he’s much cuter than scary! This project is a pretty easy one if you can knit in the round on double pointed needles and know how to do basic increases and decreases. Project: Crochet Heart Scarf By Alice Merlino This romantic little scarf is the perfect accessory to tuck around your neck and keep the chill off while you wait for spring to arrive. Made with cuddly soft cotton-blend yarn, it’s comfortable enough to wear all day. And if you are not one for squish sentimentality, you’ll be happy to know they make this yarn in black, too.

Harlequin Modern Muks Slippers: Knitting Slipper Pattern from Boye® at Skill Level: IntermediateYarn Size: #4 beg - beginning; BO - bind off; CC - contrasting color; cont - continue; ch - chain; CO - cast on; dpn(s) - double pointed needle(s); est - establish(ed); inc - increase(ing); k - knit; k2tog-knit two together; N1 (2,3) - Needle 1 (2,3); p - purl; pu - pick up; rem - remain(s)(ing); rep - repeat; RH - right hand; rnd(s) - round(s); RS - right side; sl - slip; st(s) - stitch(es); sc - single crochet; st st - stockinette stitch; tog - together; tr - treble crochet; WS - wrong side; m1 - make 1 st by inserting left needle from front to back into strand running between needles, knit into the back of this strand ssk - slip 2 sts 1 at a time knitwise, slip these 2 sts back to left needle and k2tog through back loops SMALL (9") fits women’s sizes 6-7 1/2 MEDIUM (9 1/2") fits women’s sizes 8-8 1/2 LARGE (10") fits women’s sizes 9-10 or men’s 7-8 Yarn

How to make Paper Clay I fell in love with sculpting with paper mache during my first project five years ago. However, I never really found a recipe that was worth the time and effort and mess that it took to get what I wanted. As a result, I used Celluclay for most projects. However, I recently stumbled upon an incredible blog called, Ultimate Paper Mache where Jonni (the artist and blogger) shares all sorts of tips, tutorials and recipes to help anyone on their way to successfully paper mache-ing. I am blown away by what Jonni can create, but I was especially grateful for the recipe she shared on how to make your own paper mache clay.

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