These cute chunky crochets slippers are chunky and soft. The body requires only 4 rows, so they work up very fast! You found your new weekend project!
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Happy weekend friends! Today brings a pattern that I have been working on for a few weeks, which is crazy because they work up so quickly, only 4 rounds! To be fair, my original design idea was a slipper boot (which IS coming in a few weeks), but halfway through I thought they looked cute as low-top slippers. So today’s pattern is Women’s Quick and Cozy Crochet Slippers.
SUPER CHUNKY CROCHET SLIPPERS – CROCHET PATTERN (size 8 only)
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Gauge: 10 sc = 5″
Chunky Crochet Slippers Size 8
1. 1. sc 2 in 2nd ch from hook. Sc 6. hdc 2. Dc 3. Dc 7 in last ch.
Work across opposite side of the ch: Dc 3. Hdc 2. Sc 6. 2 sc in last ch(same as first 2 sts). Join with first sc. (33 sts)
2. Ch 1. 2 hdc in next 2 sts. Hdc 12. 2 hdc in next 5 sts. Hdc 12. 2 hdc in last st 2 sts. (42 sts)
3. Work in 3rd loop
Ch 2. Dc 4. Hdc. Sc 32. Hdc. Dc 4. Join with sl st. (42 sts)
4. Ch 2. Dc 2. Dc2tog. Hdc. Sc 32. Hdc. Dc2tog. Dc 2. Join with sl st. (40 sts)
1. Sc 2 in 2nd ch from hook. 2 sc in last ch. Turn. (4 sts)
2. Ch 1. Sc 2 in same st. Sc 2. Sc 2 in last st. Turn. (6 sts)
3. – 7. Ch 1. Sc in each st. Turn. (6 sts)
8. Ch 2. Dc in same st. Sc 4. Dc in last st. (6 sts)
Crochet Slipper Construction:
Before sewing on the tongue, I highly recommend sewing a fleece sole liner onto the bottom of the slippers. I realized this was needed after I completed mine and walked around in them for a while. This yarn is really soft, but the stitches are so large that it can be less than comfortable to walk in them on hard floors. You can make a pattern using the unfinished slipper. I simply laid the slipper onto the fleece and cut around it. It doesn’t need to be perfect, it just needs to fit inside. I used two layers for extra comfort!
Then, using medium weight yarn and sharp darning needle, sew a running stitch around it, tacking it in place.
Once the sole is in place, you can sew the tongue onto the shoe.
Line up the tongue and start on the left side. Pull a loop through.
Slip stitch around the toe, sewing the tongue in place. It can be helpful to pin the tongue in place as your slip stitching around so it doesn’t get sewn on lopsided. Keep in mind, you aren’t working through stitches on the tongue, you just need to find any loop or space and use that.
Once the tongue is place, continue slip stitching around the slipper until you reach where you started.
Weave in your ends and slide your feet into your new cozy crochet slippers!
You have FOUND your weekend project. Have a crocheting weekend!
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