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Adult and Child Slippers

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Looking for free slipper crochet patterns? This beginner pattern is great if you haven't been crocheting very long, or even if this is your first project! There are two sets of instructions for making adult sized or child sized slippers. Everyone in the family can now have a pair of cozy crocheted slippers to wear around the house. Slippers are a perfect way to keep your feet warm during the cold, winter months. Make a matching pair for yourself and your children.

Adult and Child Slippers
Adult and Child Slippers
This image courtesy of coatsandclark.com

Beginner

Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Adult Slippers:

MATERIALS

  • Moda Dea® “Sassy Stripes®” Art. R105, Net Wt. 50 g. 1.76 oz; 150m, 164 yds. 1 skein each:
    No. 6997, Lucky (size sm)
    No. 6946 Crush (size med)
    No. 6930 Stormy (size lg)

SIZE:
Finished Length: 8½ (9½, 10½)

Child Slippers:

MATERIALS:

  • Moda Dea® “Sassy Stripes®” Art. R105, Net Wt. 50g, 1.76 oz, 150m, 164 yds. 1 skein each:
    No. 6983 (sm)
    No. 6980 Rave (med)
    No. 6250 Crayon (lg)
  • Elastic Cord (optional)

SIZE:
Finished length: 5½ (6½, 7½)”

Gauge:
In pattern – 16 sts = 4”
5 sc rnds = 1 1/8”

Note: Moda Dea Sassy Stripes has been discontinued. DK weight yarn may be substituted.

 

SOLE (make 2):
Ch 23 (27, 31).
Rnd 1: 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 12 (14, 16) ch, hdc in next ch, dc in next 7 (9, 11) ch, 7 dc in last ch for toe; working along opposite side of ch, dc in next 7 (9, 11) sts, hdc in next st, sc in next 12 (14, 16) sts, 2 sc in last st; join with a sl st to first sc – 51 (59, 67) sts.
Rnd 2: Ch 1, sc first st, 2 sc in next st, sc in next 14 (16, 18) sts, hdc in next st, dc in next 7 (9, 11) sts, 2 dc in next st, 3 dc in next st, 2 dc in next st, dc in next
7 (9, 11) sts, hdc in next st, sc in next 14 (16, 18) sts, 2 sc in next st, sc in last st; join – 57(65, 73) sts.
Rnd 3: Ch 1, sc in first st, 2 sc in next st, sc in next 25 (29, 33) sts, 2 sc in next st, 3 sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, sc in next 25 (29, 33) sts. 2 sc in next st, sc in last st; join – 63 (71, 79) sts.
Rnd 4: Ch 1, sc in first st, [2 sc in next st] twice, sc in next 26 (30, 34) sts. 2 sc in next st, sc in next st, 3 sc in next st, sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, sc in next 26 (30, 34) sts, [2 sc in next st ] twice, sc in last st; join – 71 (79, 87) sts.
Rnd 5: Ch 1, sc in first st, 2 sc in next st, sc in next 31 (35, 39) sts, 2 sc in next st, sc in next st, 3 sc in next st, sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, sc in next 31 (35, 39) sts, 2 sc in next st, sc in last st – 77 (85, 93) sts,
Fasten off.

UPPER (make 2):
Ch 47 (51, 57): join with a sl st in first ch to form a ring, making sure that the ch is not twisted.
Rnd 1 (right side): Ch 1, sc in first 22 (24, 26) ch, [2 dc in next ch] 1 (1, 2) times, 3 dc in next ch, [2 dc in next ch] 1 (1, 2) times, sc in last 22 (24, 26) ch; join with a sl st to first sc; TURN – 51 (55, 63) sts.
Rnd 2: Ch 1, 2 sc in first st, sc in each st to last st, 2 sc in last st; join; TURN – 53 (57, 65) sts.
Rnd 3: Ch 1, sc in first 25 (26, 30) sts, [2 dc in next st] 1 (2, 2) times, 3 dc in next st, [2 dc in next st] 1 (2, 2) times, sc in last 25 (2 6, 30) sts; join; TURN – 57 (63, 71) sts.
Rnd 4: Ch 1, sc in each st around; join; TURN.
Rnd 5: ch 1, sc in first 27 (29, 33) sts, [2 dc in next st] 1 (2, 2) times, 3 dc in next st, [2 dc in next st] 1 (2, 2) times, sc in last 27 92 9, 33) sts; join; TURN – 61 (69, 77) sts.
Rnd 6: Rep Rnd 2 – 63 (71, 79) sts.
Rnd 7: Ch 1, sc in first 29 (33, 37) sts, [2 dc in next st] twice, 3 dc in next st, [2 dc in next st] twice, sc in last 29 (33, 37) sts; join; TURN – 69 (77, 85) sts.
Rnd 8: Rep Rnd 4.
Rnd 9: Ch 1, sc in first 32 (36, 40) sts, [2 dc in next st] twice, 3 dc in next st, [2 dc in next st] twice, sc in last 32 (36, 40) sts; join; TURN – 75 (83, 91) sts.
Rnd 10: Rep Rnd 2 – 77 (85, 93) sts.

JOIN UPPER TO SOLE:
Holding wrong sides together and matching st for st, work rnd sc through both layers of upper and sole; join. Fasten off.

Optional:
Work 1 rnd sc around top of slipper working over elastic cord; join. Fasten off. Draw up elastic cord slightly, knot ends together securely and weave ends in as for yarn

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there is absolutely NO link to free crochet patterns to get the child sized slippers. Not to mention I made these slippers and the size 8 1/2 that is listed is almost an 11 in actuality. I have opened this page looking for the pdf to the childs pattern on 2 different web browsers, a cell phone, a tablet and different laptops ALL of which have adobe reader. and still cannot find it.

I made these slippers in the smallest size specified and they fit me great! A little loose, but I am thinking of adding a lining to them so that is fine. I would love to make these for my kids, but where is the child's pattern?

You have to click this link in order for it to come free pattern instructions (pdf) click on thouse words that are on top then it should come up it is a PDF file.

I can't get into a pattern I would like to pring..any helpful advice...thanks.

I crochet a lot and this pattern doesn't come out right!! I took it apart and re-crochet it but it didn't come out again!

i cant find the freakin pattern anywhere! where the heck is it?!

To get the pattern, click on the link to the free crochet patterns. A new page should open up on the Coats and Clark website. There will be text in red that says "free pattern instructions (pdf)." Click on this text, and the PDF should open automatically if you have Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have it, you will need to download it in order to open PDF files. You can get a free download of Adobe Acrobat Reader here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/. Hope this helps!

i cant get this pattern to come up, can anyone help me get the pattern for these slippers

I made these (child slippers - smallest size) for my 18 month old daughter in worsted weight merino wool, and found that they were kind of loose around the top (They were a little loose all-over, but that's because I made them with a little growing room). I did work the one round around the top with elastic, but I didn't have very good elastic and it didn't seem to help. What I ended up doing with the last round was (over elastic), starting at back: 12 sc, 4 hdc, 12 sc, join. This tightened up the top a little, but still not quite enough. So, I made straps, Mary Jane style. It was really easy: Using regular hook (whatever you used before - G for me) ch 6. Remove hook, insert small hook (I used an E). Tighten loop, ch 6. Remove hook, switch back to regular hook. Skip 6 small chains, sc in next 6 ch. You should now have a little tab with a buttonhole at the end. Crochet this onto the slipper, about 2/3 forward on one side. Sew on a button at appropriate location (wherever you want it depending on how tight you want the straps to pull). This seemed to fix the problem of them falling off all the time, and I am very pleased with the outcome. My daughter loves her new slippers.

Can't find the instructions for the child's slippers

The child slippers are below the adult slipper instructions. Scroll all the way down on the PDF to Page 3 and you should see them.

Disappointed - cant print!

@ impett48 2358769, The website offers these notes on printing: "To view and print the free patterns and watch the videos on this site, you will need Adobe Reader and Adobe Flash player installed on your computer. Both programs are free to download from the links provided. If you have trouble downloading patterns, please check the security settings on your computer as they may be blocking your access." Hope that helps!

Hi, jandtsmom 3284800. I'm sorry to hear of your trouble. I have two options for you: 1. You can contact the pattern designer directly for help. The designer is specified in the byline. 2. I might also suggest that you try posting your question to our sites Facebook page. It is monitored by the editor and is a great resource for helpful tips and suggestions from our Facebook friends; perhaps they can offer some guidance! Here is the link: http://www.facebook.com/AllFreeCrochet Good luck! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

Is there anyone who can explain this part of the instructions to me? I have ripped it apart several times and, tried it over and over. I am obviously not understanding it. [2 dc in next ch] 1 (1, 2) times, 3 dc in next ch, [2 dc in next ch] 1 (1, 2) times

J and T's Mom, the instructions you wrote out are written in standard form. It would help you greatly to learn how these symbols are used. It took me a while to figure them out back in the dark ages before internet!!! :) Instructions written within brackets [] are to be repeated the number of times instructed following the brackets. I'm assuming the pattern is written for small, medium and large and will use these sizes to go forward. When a pattern is written for multiple sizes, you'll find the repeats for the larger sizes in the parenthesis (). Thus for small and medium, pretend the brackets don't exist as you only need to do the step one time. For Large, you need to do what is in the bracket twice. For Small and Medium: Do 2 double crochet (dc) in the next chain (ch) stitch. This means BOTH dc stitches are made in the same stitch. Next, you do 3 dc in the following (or next) ch stitch. And finally, you do 2 dc in the next ch stitch. This will give you 7 dc stitches, but you only used 3 chain stitches. For Large: You do 2 dc in the next ch, then you do 2 dc in the following ch (as the instructions say to do the step twice). Next you do 3 dc in the next chain, followed by the 2 dc in each of the next two chains. This will give you a total of eleven dc in five chain stitches. Hope it helped, Sheila

I want to see as make it

boot style would be nice

I like to make knitted and crochet slippers but the bottoms wear very quickly on wood floors...so I decided to put a piece of chamoise on the bottom. The trouble I'm having is that I don't know what stitch to use to attach the chamoise. I'm hoping someone could direct me...or give me an idea. Thank you Dulynranch@yahoo.com

Not entirely sure about chamoise, but I was planning on making a second pair of these for my daughter (she outgrew the ones I made her last year) and I was thinking I would get a piece of leather or synthetic leather from a craft store for the bottoms and use an awl to poke holes in the "sole" about one crochet-stitch apart. Then I will run some yarn through the holes in a basic straight stitch or a backstitch (not sure yet what will be best), making sure it is not too tight. That will give me an anchor point and I should just be able to crochet the top and yarn sole onto that in the same way that the top and bottom are attached in the basic slipper. It's an idea, anyway - I'll let you know how it works and/or if I come up with any other ideas in the process.

To print instructions which are a pdf file you need to have Adobe reader installed. I was able to view, download and print the instructions with no problem because I have Adobe reader and I am a subscriber.

when i printed..... no instructions... i checked settings still no instructions

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