These beautiful crochet slippers use different stitches to create stunning color work. Mix and match colors and each pair will be complete unique. This post is a review of the Galilee Slippers pattern written by Mamachee and includes affiliate links, which means I earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for supporting Whistle and Ivy!
A new era is dawning in our home. It’s the age of Playing Together. The Boy and Sis are finally at a level where they can play together and I tell you, it’s glorious. I am working today in broad daylight. Not a single child is napping. Granted, there is intermittent screeching from Sis and occasional outbursts from The Boy, but they have been getting along for about an hour now. Praise the heavens. I found time to try these gorgeous Galilee Crochet Slippers, designed by Tara of Mamachee. Aren’t they beautiful?
I am so happy with how they turned out. They were very simple and fun to make. I love the different colored rows, making the colorwork possibilities endless. I love mixing and matching colors and I had fun picking out this color palette. I used Knit Picks Brava Worsted in Dove Heather, Cornflower, Seashell and Peacock. I am so happy with my color choice! They turned out beautiful.
I did make one teensy change, purely for my personal preference. I don’t know if my feet are weird shaped or my gait is awkward, but I prefer to have the heel of my slippers cup around the back of my foot. I worked a few decreases around the heel on the 2nd to the last row. They turned out absolutely perfect and fit beautifully.
Dying to give them a try? I don’t blame you! Get the crochet pattern here. The pattern includes directions for different color combinations as well as sizing for children(starting at size 8) and going up to women’s size 10. You can also get them for baby too.
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