Not only do these gorgeous crochet slippers can prevent cold feet, but they are super easy to crochet and are fashionable! They are as comfortable as socks; they feel light and cover the feet entirely.
HOW TO MAKE LUXURIOUS CROCHET SLIPPERS?
The sizes that will fit this model of the crochet slippers best are European shoe sizes 37 and 38. You also need to make a crochet sqaure that is 36 rows long and elegantly sow the square together to create these slippers. Use about 2/ 1.75 millimeters crochet. 100 grams of yarn should suffice for both the rose and the slipper. You’ll also need one needle for sewing and scissors.
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This free video tutorial will teach you how to craft these crochet slippers.
Next, let’s talk about yarn. The best yarn to crochet these slippers with is 100% acrylic yarn. The reason why this yarn works best is because it is machine wash and dry safe. When you begin to crochet, you must start at the top or toes of the foot and work your down to the heel. Finally, crochet a flower or add any other decorative accessory like a button at the intersection to give the allusion that the two lines can be unbuttoned.
Don’t hesitate to decorate your slippers with other colors! Instead of the sunshine yellow color used in the video tutorial, you can use two or more colors when making these slippers.
Better yet, use variegated yarn to give a colorful and jazzy vibe. Maybe even use yarn with glitter thread in the mix when making these slippers for a fun look!
The reason why these slippers are so wonderful to make is because they are easily maintained. These crochet slippers are perfectly comfortable for your house guests; they make the best feet warmers for any season, even the summer months when the air conditioner turns your toes into ice cubes.
Even when your slippers get dirty, you can simply throw them in the washer without a worry.
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Tutorial and photos of this stitch by: Handmade Diy.
Id love to have the pattern but cant download it