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Chunky Adult Slippers

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Learn how to crochet an adorable pair of Chunky Adult Slippers with this easy to follow tutorial. Single crochet is worked to the finishing touch. Add a button, a flower or even a pom pom to add a fun embellishment to your cute new slipper.

Chunky Adult Slippers
Chunky Adult Slippers

Easy

Crochet Hook: M/13 or 9 mm hook

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

Materials:

  • Worsted weight yarn, approx. 50 grams.
  • Crochet Hook, size 9mm (US M)
  • Yarn needle
  • Optional: buttons, flower, pom-pom

 

Instructions: Gauge 2 sc = 1 inch

Working with 2 strands of worsted weight yarn, and a size 9mm crochet hook: chain 2, make 9 double crochet in the 2nd stitch from the hook, slip stitch to join.
Chain 1 and turn, make 2 single crochet in each stitch around, slip stitch to join. (18 stitches)
Chain1 and turn, single crochet in each stitch around, slip stitch to join. (18 stitches)
Repeat step 3 until the slipper fits approximately 1/3 across your foot.
Begin the sides:
Chain 1 and turn, single crochet in each stitch across. Do not slip stitch to join.
Repeat step 5 until the work is long enough to reach to the back of the heel.
Fold the work in half, and slip stitch the heel end of the slipper closed.
Fasten off.
Weave all yarn ends into the finished work.
Note: The yarn end in the front of the slipper can be used to close up the hole.

OPTIONAL:
Sew a button, flower, or pom-pom on the slipper.

 

 


 

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Is there one more chain and turn before you slip stitch the slipper closed at the back?

don't know how many stitches across in starting the sides??

The printer instructions say 9 double crochet and the video says 9 single crochets which is right?

I made myself a pair in less than 2 hrs I used some leftover yarn from a baby blanket it was verigated and a chunky yarn so I didn't double the yarn these are so soft and warm I just crocheted a tiny length of yarn & tied a bow on the front of my slippers I took a pic i'll put up later. If you need some slippers make these for yourself they are easy & cute!

Super easy and fun; sending to the mom's to be with crochet baby items.

Why can't I print this pattern?

Hello, Simply click the "Print" button at the top of the page. It's right under the title. Hope that helps!

nice n easy to make, perfect gift for my daughters

In the typed version she has nine double crochet, but in the video she states single. I do believe it is single. I just kept going around and not doing as she has directed. Worked out great. I made a pair in an hour. I did use an N hook. I have a size 7 foot and this pattern worked for me. I made one for my husband but in the beginning i made 10 single crochets which came out to 20 for the tube part. His shoe size is 10. Turned out great!!

These are the best, they fit really well, they are nice and thick and best of all so easy to crochet

Have made several pairs (Christmas presents)! What a nice pattern! THANK YOU

I have been crocheting for almost 60 years. This is the first time I have ever heard of an M hook. Had to pay through the nose for it. Otherwise this seems to be a really simple pattern, only the written instructions do not say to use the chain one as a stitch.

an N hook is 9mm. I think there might me a typo. I have never heard of an M ???

This is so awesome. thank you thank you for sharing! Making this today!!!

I love the videos they help tremendously. Thank you so much.

I noticed written pattern says to start with 9 double crochet and she just starts with single crochet so I'm thinking that's just a misprint? I was trying to count and kept adding a stitch, I'm not sure why. I understand how to make them longer, but how to make the for a wider foot?

I have been crocheting for 30 plus years, and this woman was great! Three cheers to her! i hope to see more on her!

How would it work with on strand of yarn?

I have made similar slippers like these and I tried to make them once with only one strand of yarn....it doesn't work, the size comes out way off from what they should be. If I remember correctly, they were way smaller and couldn't be used so I ripped them out.

Enjoyed watching the video, it made it easier for me to make the slippers. This is the pattern my grandmother used when she made all the grandkids slippers every year. We all miss her slippers. I was looking for it. Thank you.

How do I increase to mak slipper larger

The Pattern says "Size 9 (US M). My size 9 is an 'N' US Boye. Is that the right size hook? Thank You for the Pattern and Video!

This video is great! She explains and demonstrates crocheting slippers very well. Easy to understand (which is good for me, being a beginner), without over-explaining or under-explaining. I'm definately going to try this pattern. Thanks so much! :o)

This video is great

This will be a great project for Christmas presents.

I really like this pattern. I would suggest you start with a magic circle and when the slipper is done, single crochet around the top---looks much neater. Thanks, Sug.

This was great. I am confident that I can make slippers now. (smiles) Thank you !!

Video was great. I love making slippers. Great job.

how do you adjust the size for a lady's size 8?

just keep adding rows until it is long enough then close up the back

I am sure going to try my hand with the slippers

How do you adjust to make different sizes?

these slippers look very easy ... but I just don't understand why she would turn the project on the toe area.. having been a crocheter since I was 6, I just don't understand the need to turn... in fact I think I will just work in the round until it comes to the part that you have to turn in the back.

That makes more sense to me, also. There was also a comment about beginning with the magic circle instead of the 2ch, which I like--I can close up the toes better. But the video is great, and I love the easy pattern!

Super cute Im trying:)

Super easy! Super fast! Super fun to do! The you tube video helps so much...I just sat in front of the computer and did my first pair...have made many already for family. A good way to use up that extra yarn. Thanks I love it!

nice easy pattern and well explained thanks

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