When I try them on, they stop in the middle of my arch, and I wear size 8. Hey Jen, Good catch! Ch 1, [1 sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc] 5 times, sl st to first sc of round to join. Hello from Colorado, USA!
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If you agree, why not rep Jaimekyle? Got shoes and robe for wife. Are these Sherpa on the sole too or only on the sides? If you agree, why not rep Whisperwind? I even re-subscribed to make sure I had it right, even did the copy and paste. Perhaps when you copied and pasted, there was a space included at the end of the password? Feel free to send me an email if you need more help! Lisa is someone who comes to mind who you might be able to commission a pair from.
Thanks for the idea! I totally understand that. I would also LOVE a knit pattern if the option was still available!
I love the shape and style of them- your designs are always so modern! Thanks so much, Stephanie. You and Ryan really made some awesome handles for it. Going shopping tomorrow AM for the yarn! Thanks for a cute slipper pattern! Even then, they turned out a little large. Thanks for the feedback. As I mention in the notes section, the stitches are worked intentionally tight to make the slippers extra cosy.
The gauge I list in the pattern is what I achieved, but I was making a point of keeping the stitches tight. I had to use a J10 6. I am not a loose crocheter either.
It seems important for this pattern to make a gauge swatch. I am surprised to see the pattern calls for such a large hook even bigger than what the yarn calls for and Jess was able to make it so tight!
I will report back after I finish to see how the size fits! Thanks for the feedback, Vanessa. I might adjust the hook size in the pattern.
Well, as much as I really wanted these slippers to work, they were just too large, even with a 6. I got as far as the ankle cuff and kept trying them on, but they were too loose. I ripped them out and may use the yarn for a basket.
Yours look so dainty compared to what I ended up with! When I was making mine, I would keep my working yarn pretty tight as it would prevent the loops on my hook from getting too large. Does that make sense? By the time I got to 10 rounds on the toe it looked like they would fit a giant. Alternate yarn size 5 with a K hook works perfectly. I guess my question is why the recommended yarn and hook worked up so big?
Please please please make a video! Thanks for letting me know, Lauren! I am also a beginner. Going to a thrift store soon in search of leather. A video would seal the deal on this project for me. I was so excited to find these this morning, as there is one person I wanted to make a Christmas gift for but had no idea what to make. And I always seem to have a problem with crocheting too tight, so this is double perfect!
I have only been crocheting for a few months and everything I have crocheted so far had a video tutorial, but this pattern is so clear and easy to understand, that I think I could make these by following the pattern. Although I would love if you made a video tutorial! Having trouble with the cuff portion of the pattern. I would love a tutorial on it the buttonhole in particular.
These will make great Christmas gifts. Right slipper …row Am I actually chaining There are no comments regarding this so my brain must just be in a glitch. Could you please clarify for me.. I love this pattern thus far! So the chains are to build the little strap that goes across the top of your foot. I did figure it out after I put it down for a bit and came back to it. I was so excited, I was blocking my own progress.
I have now made 2 of your crochet slippers with flip flops, and on my second pair of this pattern. I am on to the UGG boots next. I love them all, thank you! I have made some modifications, with notes, as my foot size is more a size 3. Can I send you the notes for anyone who may be looking for a smaller version?
That would be fantastic! Feel free to email them to me at jess at makeanddocrew dot com. I am a complete beginner and am attempting this pattern, but am a bit confused: Is that where the stitch markers come in? The ankle section is worked around the heel section and then it connects to the last round of the toe section. Thank you for such a great pattern. I just finished my first pair and I know that I am going to love them.
I used the K hook and as long I crocheted very tightly they turned out correctly. Could you please explain further? That note about the leather simply means to be cautious not to poke your holes all the way up to the very top of that leather piece.
If you just poke holes sort of how the template shows, you can always add extra holes once you get the leather on your slipper and see where else you want to add stitches. Hope that makes sense! I have crocheted part of the slipper, to the point of joining the heel, but now I am struck. I am confused as to what to do next. It says on the right side and sc into each row. Without a picture, the only thing I can think of is to attach it from the inside on the left. I agree with several others here that a video would be helpful.
YOU should check this out. This woman stole your pattern. Thank you so much for letting me know, Rebecca. I actually came across this thanks to another reader as well. The woman who published removed it after I contacted her. I really appreciate you looking out for me and my patterns. Can you please confirm what size I need to use?
I crocheted tightly with an N to achieve the gauge listed above. Many readers where having trouble getting the gauge with that hook though so I started recommending a K. I hope to make a couple at least pairs for Christmas gifts. I have to make a run to pick up the yarn otherwise I would have started already.. I would also like to put in my vote for a tutorial. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with all of us!
Is there a way I can modify your patterns to fit me. Yes, these would be quite easy to modify, I think.
Lovely slippers though, I would like to make some as gifts this Christmas, with an 11 week only baby homemade gifts are the way to go this year! Do you remember, by chance, where you got your buttons? Haha, I can understand that pickiness.
Man, I wish I could remember. I am almost done with first pair for me. Next I will make a pair for my daughterand then my son. Thank you so much for sharing the pattern. What do I get for not making a gauge swatch, a super set of slippers for my daughter. Oh well, this is a great pattern, thanks for all your work!
I am loving this pattern! Just having a bit of trouble with the last part. Thanks for any help. I love the look of these slippers and am trying to make some as a gift for a friend who wears size 9. I made the gauge swatch and it came out perfectly. I have the toe section done for both, with all 16 rounds, and they seem a little short. When I try them on, they stop in the middle of my arch, and I wear size 8. Thanks in advance for your help! What a great gift! I actually wear a size 9 too, so I just tried on my slippers to check for you.
Thank you so very much! I appreciate the advice and the timely response! Have an awesome new year! I LOVE these slippers. So, I went down a hook size and made it as tight as I could hands hurt the next day.
Everything was great until I wore them a few hrs. They stretched so much. If I remake in the suggested yarn…will they stretch out as much? Do you think washing them might put some structure back into them? The yarn you used does not have a super different fiber content, but all I can think is that is has a bit less structure than the yarn I used? Thanks for your suggestion.
Everyone in my family is begging for a pair. How would you clean them if you have added the leather soles? I saw on another makers crochet slipper pattern to use hemp twine to sew the leather bottoms on to have better longevity against wear, so I thought I might suggest it.
Is it Row 1? If so, you would crochet all the way around the back of heel stitch counts will vary and then chain the appropriate of stitches. I started following you after finding your Suzette Stitch Bag. I have made 3 and given them waay as gifts. Love the pattern and look! Just wondering if you are still considering making a video? Yes, I have a video planned for the next couple of months.
Can I try to help you in the meantime? Adding my vote for a video tutorial pleeeease! Visuals are such a help! Hello from London, I absolutely love this slipper pattern and have just found the perfect leather jacket from a thrift store, yarn on order and ready to start this project.
I just wondered what your advice would be on how I should wash the finished slippers in the future considering they will have leather soles stitched on? The pattern here quotes a size K 6. Yes, I actually made these with an N. Many people reported that using an N made their gauge too loose though, so I changed the hook size here to a K although the gauge is still the same. Thanks for reminding me to change it in the PDF. In either case, the most impt part is just checking your gauge to make sure your slipper will turn out the right size in the end.
I would love to make them. You can get the template by entering your email address in the box above this comments area. I love the pattern and have already started on the first Toe. I am sort of a beginner and really really need A video tutorial. Do you know when one will be available? They are just too cute for me to get stumped and give up. Hello I like the pattern.
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