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  1. Bridgette Anne Berber

    Help reading pattern for slippers

    Hi all. I'm very much a beginner when it comes to crochet. I've only done practice things, like a few coasters and a cozy. I wanted to move onto something a little (only a little!) more complex, so I found a pattern on redheart.com for some some simple slippers. Here's the link: http://www.redheart.com/files/patterns/pdf/WR2031.pdf I was doing fine until row 14. I don't really understand how I'm supposed to end up with 21 stitches when I only chained 14 in the row before. I'm sure I'm missing something. Am I reading the instructions incorrectly? Any help is appreciated. Thanks! Bridgette
  2. MATERIALS: Yarns: Slipper: Worsted/Aran, dark and light green Daisies: Sport/Light DK, yellow and white Crochet Hooks: Slipper: 5mm (metric) / size H (US) / size 6 (UK / Canada) Daisies: 3mm (metric) / closest US size is C / size 11 (UK / Canada) Yarn Needle to weave in the ends Stitch Marker NOTES: I made this pattern to fit my feet. I’m a size 39 (EU) / 8.5 (US), the slippers are ca. 29cm/11.5″ long and 10cm/4″ wide. They have a bit of stretch, so they should fit 1-2 sizes bigger too. You can adapt them to your length by making more or fewer rounds were mentioned in the pattern below. To make the slippers nice and cosy, the pattern uses the Up and Down Stitch. So rather than double crocheting all the way around, you alternate double and single crochets (dc, sc, dc, sc, and so forth). In the next round, you want to make a sc in the top of each dc from the previous round and sc in the top of each BAREFOOT IN THE GRASS SLIPPER SOCKS CROCHET PATTERN THE SLIPPER: Make 8 double crochets into a magic circle (8). Join with a slip stitch. Chain 2, make 1 double crochet and 1 single crochet in each stitch (16). From here on you will be working in rounds, so always mark the first stitch in your round with a stitch marker so you can keep track. *1 single crochet, 1 double crochet, followed by 1 single crochet and 1 double crochet in the same stitch* all the way around. You should now have 24 stitches. Now that you’ve done all the necessary increasing, you’ll just keep doing the Up and Down stitch in rounds, making sure to make a SC in the top of every DC, and a DC in the top of every SC. Since you began the last round with a single crochet, you want to start with a double crochet. And off you go. Do 20 rounds of the Up and Down Stitch. If you’re making the slippers for yourself, you can check if they nicely fit you and that your sock goes all the way to your ankles. Add or subtract rows as necessary. Start your next round, but stop after 16 stitches. Chain 1 and turn. Go back 16 stitches, chain 1 and turn. Repeat 4 times to make 6 rows in total. Turn your slipper inside out. Single crochet the two sides of the heal together with a row of 8 single crochets. Fasten off. Turn it back the right side, and attach your light green yarn to the top of your heal with a slip stitch. Chain 2 and double crochet your way around the top. Join to the first double crochet with a slip stitch and fasten off. Weave in ends. THE DAISIES: Note: make sure to leave long ends on all sides to attach the daisies to the slippers with. Make 6 single crochets into a magic circle in yellow. Join to the first single crochet with a slip stitch, yarning over with the white yarn to change colour. *Chain 6, slip stitch into next stitch* repeat 6 times to make 6 flower petals. Fasten off. Make 8 daisies. Place 4 daisies on the side of each slipper, pulling the ends through with a crochet hook, the white ends on one side of a stitch, the yellow ones on the other side. Tie ends together with a double knot on the inside of the slipper and cut the yarn. Original Pattern with more images: http://theslippinstitch.com/index.php/2018/02/17/barefoot-in-the-grass-slipper-socks-crochet-pattern/
  3. NanaTo8

    Howdy from Texas

    I am anxiously waiting for retirement so all I have to do is crochet and do crafting. I am gathering patterns and organizing my craft room. I have eight grandchildren that are pitter-pattering into their teens and have less to do with Nana than before so I have even more time on my hands... !!! I look forward to access to great free patterns from this great group.
  4. froggyhoppy

    Tank Slippers

    These are slippers that I made for my mom's best friend's son. The slippers are mens size 10. They are a gift for his 40th birthday. He served in the armed forces in the desert, but I'm not sure which one. These were quite the challenge to make. It took about 50 hours to complete these. The pattern was not the best, especially for a fairly expensive paid pattern. I think having it tested before being released would have really helped with all of the bugs it had. I don't want to completely diss the pattern because the concept is actually amazing. It just needed a bunch of extra eyes before being released. I had to rewrite a bunch of the instructions to get them to come out right. I would not recommend these at all for a beginner. You need to be able to work from the photos a lot and just be able to improvise quite a bit. My son now wants some, but I told him NO WAY! These are one of a kind. The sewing alone of all the little pieces about killed me. I can hand sew quite well actually but LOATHE doing it.
  5. Let me start by admitting that I have made these before, but can't for the life of me remember how I did this one part. The pattern is called "Ribbed Cuff Comfies" Designed by Ruth Shepherd and can be found on freepatterns.com. My problem is transitioning from row 7 of the Vamp to row 1 of the Side (and finishing row 1). The last line in the Vamp instructions says “At end of last row, do not fasten off.” First round in Sides section is ch 32. Is that ch 32 to be worked from the end of the vamp that I didn’t fasten off? Or do I start with a new piece of yarn? Neither way seems correct. If I am chaining from the end of the vamp, then how do I "sl st in last st of row 7 on Vamp"? That would make a loop starting and ending it the same place, I'm sure that's not correct. If I start with a new piece of yarn, I can easily ch 32 then "sl st in last st of row 7 on Vamp", except there will still be the fact that I didn't fasten off yet. But then I "sc in each ch across" which I am assuming means back up the chain, then I'm supposed to "sc in each st across row 7" which I can't do because I'm now 32 stitches away from the Vamp. Oh good grief! I sure hope someone can help because this it driving me crazy...LOL Thank you!!!
  6. thelavenderchair

    Cloud 9 Slipper Pattern

    This Cloud 9 Slipper Pattern by The Lavender Chair is so warm and Squishy. Made with an N9.00mm hook and Bernat blanket yarn.. http://www.thelavenderchair.com/2015/04/20/cloud-9-slipper-pattern/
  7. Does anyone have a cute poem to go with handmade slippers as gifts? I am making some as gifts but would like to include a nice little saying. Thank you, MaNewmana
  8. Debi Russell

    Amigurumi

    Hi my name is Debi and have just joined you all at crochet isle, and hope I can pick up some great new tips, I live in swansea, South Wales United kingdom.
  9. Jayashiangel

    EZ Slippers

    Ez slippers patten for me to make and have them match. I have a hard time making 2 things be the same size (gloves/slippers) however this pattern worked for me & I also changed how the cuff was done... so I can use up scraps as well to do the cuffs part as well....They are so not fancy but will work great to keep the toesy warm in the winter or if your ac is too chilly.. This is a men's size 12 shoe and it fits.. I am addicted to these and will be making lots of donation to Hospice already
  10. Here is my latest recycled plastic bag pattern. It's a new and improved pattern for crocheting sandals or slippers using plastic bags. I previously had crocheted some plarn sandals and wanted to revisit the pattern to make it easier to follow and simpler to crochet. Here is the link to the free crocheted pink and grey plarn sandal pattern.
  11. To view this video on youtube, click on the "youtube" icon on the bar below the video, (on the far right). You will find many free patterns for crochet items on my Hectanooga1 channel. Link to PINK LACE UP SUMMER SHOES:
  12. lois106

    Adult crocodile booties

    I have seen crocodile booties on face book for months. Then a friend sends the picture to me and says "I like blue". I took it as a challenge. I have made many baby booties and learned the crocodile stitch on YouTube. My big mistake is I didn't know how big to make them. My girlfriends booties are a little too big but they are cute
  13. Just released a new pattern this week! Come check out my new Newborn Ladybug Slippers that were made to match the Newborn Ladybug Hat I released a few weeks ago! The have been tested and you can get it here on Etsy! I will have it up on Ravelry soon as well! Also as a gift for the new pattern to you guys, I'm hosting a giveaway these week to win not only this new pattern, but the matching Newborn Ladybug Hat pattern as well! Just enter over here on Facebook or if you don't have Facebook, over at my blog here!
  14. ashlei

    Pattern Giveaway

    I'm having another giveaway between Facebook and Blog (for those who don't use facebook ) this week. Have a chance at getting to win my newly released Newborn Ladybug Slippers pattern along with the matching Hat I released a few weeks ago. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=386579114779091&set=a.247015388735465.36186.173618902741781&type=1&theater Blog: http://skylaydesigns.blogspot.com/2013/10/new-pattern-another-giveaway.html
  15. Marysll

    Lion booties

    New booties for my baby: http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/08/05/lion-booties-patucos-de-leon/
  16. These are the cutest boots ever! Have you seen this pattern anywhere? I saw them on a post to facebook and clicked on their link to look at the price and it went someplace else. Thanks for your help, Sheila
  17. Marysll

    Chick booties

    I would like to show you my chick baby booties. I made them for my baby, who will be born next month. http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/07/14/chick-booties-patucos-de-pollito/
  18. I know it's summer right now, but these slippers are fun to make and wear even in A/C and especially in the winter months!! You can make some for yourself, some for holiday gifts and even to sell in Craft Shows! https://www.etsy.com/listing/80561064/womens-crocheted-ribbed-slipper-pattern You are going to love making these! Bev
  19. breezy90

    Be an Angel!

    Aubrey’s Angels is non profit, charitable ministry, in San Antonio built of love, to help meet the very special needs of precious sick babies and parents who are in need of a smile. We want each family to know, without a doubt, that there are people who love their tiny angels, are praying for them, and want to help by crocheting, sewing, knitting, and quilting hats, booties, afghans, mitts, angel layettes (burial layettes), diaper shirts, etc. working from home. We also make afghans, lap blankets, and chemo caps for chemo and dialysis patients in San Antonio. You dont have to live close to participate! We also make parent bags for moms and dads who spend an enormous amount of time in the hospital waiting room. Thank you and God Bless you for helping me continue this ministry! The group is named after my precious grandaughter, Aubrey, who left us to be with Jesus on March 18, 2011 at the age of 9 months. If you would like to join us or just drop by to see what we are doing and look around, please visit us at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/192813870824207/ New Angels are always welcome!!!
  20. Newborn to 12 months Mary Jane Slippers. Get them at the sale price of $2.49 until Saturday, June 15/13 at midnight. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sweet-baby-mary-janes http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/accessory/sale---sweet-baby-mary-janes/51538
  21. I'm still looking for a few people to test my Mary Jane slippers pattern. I need testing for sizes other than newborn. This is a written pattern that is worked with 2 strands of Red Heart Soft Touch held together, but I would be interested in seeing how this yarn compares to Caron Simply Soft. Skill level is Easy. Requires a 5.5mm crochet hook. Turnaround by June 4th if possible. All feedback is welcomed. Would love to see pictures of finished items. Compensation is a copy of the finished pattern. ~ Janaya
  22. My new Lil Baby Loafers pattern is half off until midnight on June 2. [] http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/accessory/sale---lil-baby-loafers/56607 http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lil-baby-loafers
  23. iCrochetEweCan2

    CLOSED: Lil Loafers For Baby

    I'm looking for at least three people to test my loafer pattern for boys and girls. This is a written pattern that is worked with 2 strands of RH Soft Touch held together but you can use whatever yarn you like for testing. Skill level is Easy. Requires 5.5mm or 6mm crochet hook, depending on which size is made and 5/8" buttons for the straps. Turn around time of one week is preferred. I would like the three larger sizes tested and feedback on the overall shape and symmetry of the finished shoe, but all feedback is welcomed. Would also love to see pictures of finished items. Compensation is a free copy of final pattern.
  24. This is another one of my favorite patterns to make. They just turn out so warm and cute! I made a pair for myself in red, and I wear them all the time as my feet are always cold. Great to fold up and carry in your purse too or for traveling. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/bevs-ribby-slippers HUGS! Bev
  25. New Pattern and Tutorial : Simple Crochet Booties Right Handed Verison Left Handed Verison Link to Written Pattern can be found in the description box of video
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