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Bev's Quick Slipp ers

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These quick and easy crochet slippers are an excellent example of our many free crochet slipper patterns. This pattern is great for beginners who want to make their first article of clothing. Enjoy these slippers or give them as a gift!

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Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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I've made these and they are VERY SLIPPERY when walking on hard floors.

is the picture of the green slipper the actual one that the pattern makes? really???

I used a G hook, ww Christmas green, and baby Mint for my two strands,and comes out fine for ladies 7/9. I also used the two colors to make poms for them. I use ver.(red gr. white) them for Holiday gifts...fast and easy. I made them using the 'back loop' only pattern because the soles last longer, just add 2 more rows to make up the difference in width(of rectangle) THANKS FOR AN EASY PATTERN !!

Hi barbaraevans47 6063258 - If you click where it says "Click here for crochet pattern," a new window with the instructions should open up. I hope this helps! -The editors of AllFreeCrochet

can't get the pattern why

"Rated on: Mar 27, 2011 by Gaile Dark Wind can some one tell me what a "magic circle is and how to make it? Thanks..MORE" Here is a video showing how to make and use the magic ring, also known as the magic circle. Does indeed make life easier! It takes place of the making a chain and then slip stitching to form a circle. Hope this helps! http://youtu.be/WLuSVyKvoUg Leslie :)

can some one tell me what a "magic circle is and how to make it? Thanks

ALWYZME: I think maybe it was how you pulled the toe together. Weave through the very tips of the edge, not down into the actual stitch. The only other thing I can think of is maybe your yarn and/or crochet hook were bigger than they should have been. I tried to make footies once, each time they came out almost double in size. Tried them four different times, finally just threw it all away!

It seems easy,.... but I've onyl been crocheting for 3 years. But I'm going to try it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I am a beginner and don't know if its just me or not, but mine did not come out right at all. when i went to gather the toe I just had a huge ruffled mess, not the smooth curve that shows in the picture. Can anyone tell me what they think I did wrong? I would really love to make these and have them come out. Thanks

Go in and out as close to the edge of the toe end as you can then pull tight and tie off. After you have seemed the toe, top (leave the opening for the foot) and heel, then don't forget to flip it right side out. (You're sewing it on the inside out side.) :)

Very easy to make, nice and warm. Can make one or two pair a day. I have made 2 pair, and will be making at least 9 more for Chrristmas. Anyone would love a pair.

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