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Textured Ballet Style Slippers(pattern correction)

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Textured Ballet Style Slippers

 

* Note*

I made these to fit a woman’s size 8- 8 ½ foot. I have fairly narrow feet. If you have wider feet you can use an H hook or you can either increase the starting chain in increments of 2, or add an additional Increase row between rows 4 and 5 bringing the stitch count to 32 Sc’s,if you do make an additional increase round or add 2 to the starting chain, you will need to change the number of Sc’s in row 14 from 21 to 23, If you add more than 2 to the starting chain you will need to add that same amount to the number if Sc's on row 14. Other than that, work as normal. You can make this pattern to fit longer feet by simply repeating rows 14 and 15 a couple more times.

*You can simplify this pattern by leaving out the Fpdc's if you'd like and just doing Sc's throughout., It will still work out just fine.)

 

Abbreviations:

 

Ch. - Chain

St. – Stitch

Sl. St. – Slip Stitch

Sc. – Single Crochet

RSc – Reverse Single crochet {tutorial found here: http://www.crochetcabana.com/stitches/stitches-reverse_sc.htm }

Fpdc – Front post Double crochet

{There is a tutorial on how to make the fpdc here: http://www.crochetcabana.com/stitches/stitches-fpdc-bpdc.htm }

 

Materials needed

 

Small amount of worsted weight yarn

( 2 strands of baby weight yarn will also work)

G hook

Stitch marker (use in rounds 1 – 4 to mark the starting stitch of each round)

 

 

Starting chain: chain 7

 

Round 1: 2 Sc’s in the 2nd chain from hook, Sc in each of the next 4 chains, 4 Sc’s in the next chain, Sc in each of the next 4 free loops on the opposite side of the chain, 2 Sc’s in the last free loop (do not join)

 

Round 2: 2 Sc in the 1st stitch, sc in each of the next 6 stitches, 2 Sc’s in each of the next 2 stitches, sc in each of the next 6 stitches, 2 Sc in the last stitch. (Do not join)

 

Round 3: 2 Sc’s in 1st stitch, sc in each of the next 8 stitches, 2 Sc’s in each of the next 2 stitches, sc in each of the next 8 stitches, 2 sc in the last stitch. (Do not join)

 

Round 4: 2 Sc’s in the 1st stitch, sc in each of the next 10 stitches, 2 Sc’s in each of the next 2 stitches, sc in each of the next 10 stitches, 2 sc in the last stitch. Join with Sl. St. to the 1st stitch of round.( 28 Sc's)

 

Round 5: Ch 1, Sc in each stitch around, Join with Sl. St.

Round 6: Ch 1, Sc in each stitch around, Join with Sl. St.

 

 

Round 7: Ch 1 Sc in 1st stitch, *work 1 fpdc around the next stitch in the row UNDER the current row, skip the stitch directly behind the Fpdc you just made, sc in the next stitch, Repeat from * around ending with a fpdc. Join with Sl. St.

 

Rounds 8 – 13: repeat rounds 6 and 7 (3 times) end round 13 by joining with a Sl. St. and then Sl. St. in the next 2 stitches (next 4 stitches for the larger size). Ch 1 and turn.

 

Row 14: Sc in each of the next 21 stitches, Ch 1 and turn, leaving the remaining stitches unworked.

 

Row 15: Sc in the 1st stitch, * fpdc around the next stitch in the row UNDER the current row, skip the stitch directly behind the Fpdc you just made, sc in the next stitch, Repeat from * around ending with a sc. Ch1 and turn.

 

Rows 16 – 35: Repeat rows 14 -15 (10 times) Ch 1 and turn.

 

Row 36: work sc in each of the next 10 stitches, Ch 1.

 

Back seam:

With Right sides together, slip stitch together the unworked stitches to the Sc’s you just made on Row 36, Ch 1.

 

Edging rows:

 

With right sides facing, sc evenly around the foot opening for 2 rows and then work 1 row RSc, fasten off and weave in end.

 

You can make a long chain to weave into the sc edging rows to make a bow tie, a long piece of pretty ribbon would work as well.

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Thanks so much., I have been needing a new slipper pattern

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These are awesome! Thank you so much for sharing them with us! I can't wait to make them!

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As soon as I finish the stuffie for a swap I'm in I'm making these! They are so cute!

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I will be working on these very soon :hook

Thanks for sharing the pattern that was very kind of you :manyheart

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Thank you very much for these :) they look great They re in my to do list (which i never thought would be so long :lol )

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I just wanted to alert those who have already printed this pattern out, that there is a slight error that I have since corrected. You will find it has been corrected on the original post in this thread, in bold red text.

 

The main pattern is correct as written, the error was in my notes on how to make the slipper larger. I am currently designing a version for men using this pattern as a base and that's how I noticed it. Anyway, it has now been fixed.

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I've been working on this for a couple of days and I'm going to finish my slippers tonight! Thanks for such a great, easy-to-understand pattern Sonny.

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I've been working on this for a couple of days and I'm going to finish my slippers tonight! Thanks for such a great, easy-to-understand pattern Sonny.

 

 

Oh I'm excited to see them. One of my biggest fears when writing these patterns down is that I won't explain them well enough. I am relieved that it was easy to understand

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Thanks for sharing the correction...I haven't started them yet...they are at the top of my list !

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Those are nice. My great grandmother always had a pair made-up for herself and I always wanted my own. now I can have it. Thanks.

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How in the world did I miss this? Thank you for such a beautiful pattern.

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