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Sixty Minute Slippers



Sixty Minute Slippers

These Sixty Minute Slippers are a quick pattern to work up in just an hour or less. Just start with a magic circle, and you have an accessory to keep your feet warm all winter long. Sizing instructions are available for multiple sizes so that it is easy to fit a variety of people. The bulky weight yarn also makes them so comfortable you will forget you're wearing them.


Crochet Hook: K/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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Mar 24, 2014

I am trying crochet for the first time and I cannot find out what 2 dc means. I know it is double crochet but the 2 is throwing me off. Does it mean a cluster stitch?


Dec 27, 2013

I love these. They are a bit longer than sixty minutes, but not by much. This was the first project with cables that I have been able to make because of the pictures. I would, however, suggest that this pattern be changed from easy to intermediate. The cables are a challenge to make and warrant an intermediate rating.


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Feb 18, 2013

I started to make these slippers 2 hours ago. I am stuck on Row 3. You you please give a better explaination of this row? I can't for the life of me figure it out, and I do not know how many stitches I should finish with...22 or25???


Feb 18, 2013

For this to be a easy pattern, there are stitches that I have never heard nor do I understand how to do these stitches.


Feb 17, 2013

These slippers are very nice. I also love the fact that you show step by step video on how to work with posting. I will be giving these a try as soon as I write the pattern out. I no longer have a working printer so I am stuck writing all of my patterns out right now. A big pain in the you know what lol but I have no other options. Good thing I can download and save my patterns. Thank you for the lovely pattern!


Feb 17, 2013

I like theses so much, and I will start doing them now for my mother -in-low, I hope that I could do them. Thanks.


Feb 14, 2013

tried several times to get the pattern, but could not. Very disappointed, wanted to give it a shot. :-(


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