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Working a sequence of front loop only and back loop only makes for a unique shaping. Yarn held double, large hook size and SC's throughout, this works up SUPER fast! These are soft and squooshy and would make a wonderful gift. Very easy, I would call this a easy-intermediate pattern.
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Materials/ToolsWorsted weight yarn (held double) 200-295 yds
Size J (6mm) Crochet hook
1 stitch marker (or paper clip if you're desperate!)
Gauge:3 sc per inch & 3.5 rows per inch in sc.
Sizes: Sm(M, L, XL)SM = 6/7.5, M = 8/9, L =9.5/10, XL =10.5/11
Abbreviations:sc = single crochet
sc2tog = single crochet 2 together
sctbl = single crochet through back loop
sctfl = single crochet through front loop
sc2togtbl = single crochet 2 together through back loop
ch1 = chain 1
slst = slip stitch
rep = repeat
References:Magic ring for crochet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLUaywX0-WE
Did you do a gauge swatch? If not, don't be mad if your slipper is too small/large....
Directions* You will use 2 strands of Yarn held together throughout
Using Magic ring, sc 7(,7,8,8) in ring, join with slst.
1. Ch1, 2 sc in join and 2 sc in each sc, join with slst in top of ch1 . 14(14,16,16) scs
2. SM/M/XL ONLY: Ch1, 2sc in join and 2 sc in each sc. 28(28,---,32) scs
LG ONLY: Ch1, 2 sc in join and 2 sc in each of next 6 scs, 1 sc, 2 sc in each of next 7 sc, 1 sc. (30) scs
*Now you will work in rounds, no need to join with slst just go right to next stitch in round.
3. 10(10,11,12) sctfl, 2 sctbl, 2 sctfl, 10(10,11,12) sctbl, 2 sctfl, 2 sctbl.
4. Rep step 3 for 12(13,14,14) more rounds. You should have 13(14,15,15) ridges on bottom of foot. (do not count the last row you worked, just the visible ridges in previous rows.
At this point you should try it on, the ridges are at the bottom of the foot. Your slipper foot should be of length to fit about like this (pictures below) and should be about 1" (ish) from the crook of your foot/ankle. *You can always add one more row or pull out one more row to get the right foot length, just make sure to count your ridges to make the second one the same way.
Now you will turn and work on the heel, on just 18(18,19,20) sts. (you are no longer working in the round). Normally you ch1 and turn but for these slippers you do NOT ch1 when you turn. Simply turn, making sure you do not skip the first sc.
5. 18(18,19,20) sc, turn.
6. Rep last row 6x(6x,6x,7x) more.
7. 6(6,7,7) sc, sc2tog, 2(2,1,2) sc, sc2tog, 6(6,7,7) sc. 16(16,17,18) sts
8. Size Sm & Med ONLY: 5(5,-,-) sc, sc2tog 3x, 5(5,-,-) scs.
Size Lg & XL ONLY: -(-, 6,6) sc, sc2tog, -(-,1,2) sc, sc2tog, -(-,6,6)
9. Pull up your last loop slightly, just so it doesn't come undone, pull out the hook, fold heel in half as shown in picture, insert hook from the opposite side of the last stitch worked. Grab loop and pull it through the opposite side, ch1. Please note that there will be a gap/hole created where the two sides of the heel come together - this is correct, you will stitch that closed later.
Now you will work in the round again making the cuff of the slipper.
10. 10(10,10,11) sc down the side of the slipper, 10(10,11,12) sc across the top (front) of slipper, 10(10,10,11) sc across the other side of slipper, use marker to mark the beginning sc, no need to join with a slst, just keep working in the round. 30(30,31,34) sts
11. 9(9,9,10) sctbl, sc2togtbl, 8(8,9,10) sctbl, sc2togtbl, 9(9,9,10) sctbl. Remove marker from row below and now place in first sc. 28(28,29,32) sts
12. 8(8,8,9) sctbl, sc2togtbl, 8(8,9,10) sctbl, sc2togtbl, 8(8,8,9) sctbl, join with a slst into top of first sc.
Cut yarn, fasten off.
Turn slipper inside out to stitch the open gap. Use a darning needle and a tail of yarn.
Also make sure you secure the tail from the original magic ring so that it does not come undone.
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