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Women's Crochet Loafers Pattern

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If you're looking for a brand new Women's Crochet Loafers Pattern then these are sure to grab your attention. Three crochet stitches are worked in rounds to get this crochet design. Cozy up at home and keep your feet warm with your new slipper pattern.

Womens Crochet Loafers Pattern
Women's Crochet Loafers Pattern
This image courtesy of whistleandivy.com

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Crochet Hook: E/4 or 3.5 mm hook

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

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Click the link to the pattern and post your questions directly to Bethany at the Whistle and Ivy website. It's her pattern. Hope this helps.

Pattern is very confusing. I have redone this several times and stitch count does not work out right. Love the style though. Wish I could get it right.

Click the link to the pattern and post your questions directly to Bethany at the Whistle and Ivy website. It's her pattern. Hope this helps. Read more at http//www.allfreecrochet.com/Socks-and-Slippers/Wo == mens-Crochet-Loafers-PatternA1BBXGstpcLzgbbT.99

Also on the first page before you click on the pattern link, it's says size E hook, on the pattern download it says F???

Click the link to the pattern and post your questions directly to Bethany at the Whistle and Ivy website. It's her pattern. Hope this helps. Read more at http//www.allfreecrochet.com/Socks-and-Slippers/Wo == mens-Crochet-Loafers-PatternA1BBXGstpcLzgbbT.99

I agree with fayekent.... I've redone this so many times I just don't get it! arrrrrggg..

I love this pattern and found the link to the pattern. I wear a size 8 1/2 shoe so decided to make a size 8. I used a size F (3.75mm) hook so it would be even smaller and give it plenty of room to stretch. The sole turn out to be more like a size 9 1/2. I decided to continue to see how it turned out. I get to row three of the body and the pattern started getting complicated. Then continued on to row 4 and it got worse. I've been crocheting for many years and know how to read a pattern but this one just isn't written right 3. Ch1. Sc in same st. sc3. Sc2tog twice. {Sc2. 1 sc2tog} 4 times . Sc 2. sc2tog twice. Sc 16. Hdc 4.dc 4. Dc2tog. Dc 8. Dc2tog. Dc 4. Hdc 4, sc 13. (Sc2. 1 sc2tog) <---- it says, sc in next 2 sts, 1 sc2tog in next sts ... this is how I read it but what is the "1" in there for? It says to sc2, and then do you do another sc?? If so why not say "sc3"? ---------------------------------------------- 4. Ch 1. Sc in same st. Sc 27. Sc2tog 5 times. Sc 1. Hdc 4. Dc 4. Dctog 5 times. Dc 4. Hdc 4. Sc 1. Sctog 5. Sc 2. On this row, it says, "Dctog 5 times" I just couldn't figure out how many dc's it wants together. Then things just don't line up on row 4. It's decreasing around the heel and the sides and just doesn't look right. Guess your not suppose to dec around the toe. I have pulled the body out 4 times and have worked on this one shoe all day! Pretty frustrated!! I really would love to make these slippers but don't want the stress it's causing me.

Click the link to the pattern and post your questions directly to Bethany at the Whistle and Ivy website. It's her pattern. Hope this helps. Read more at http//www.allfreecrochet.com/Socks-and-Slippers/Wo == mens-Crochet-Loafers-PatternA1BBXGstpcLzgbbT.99

These are so cute. I can't wait to make them! Thanks!

These are so cute! I can't wait to make them. Thanks!

I tried downloading the pattern from both sites and the first one just gave me symbols, no words. The second one is asking that I become a paying member! Ugh! I wanted to make these!

Please email me, and I can get a .pdf to you: whistleandivy at gmail dot com There is also a copy and paste option on the blog post.

Anyone having trouble downloading this pattern can email me directly and i will send it to you. whistleandivy at gmail dot com

Can't seem to access pattern. Would love to have it. Thank you.

I can email it to you. whistleandivy at gmail dot com

I spent 1/2 day trying to get pattern, to no avail. Could you please send it to me?

Send me an email and I can get it to you. whistleandivy at gmail dot com

What do you think?I love this pattern, but I'm new to crocheting and on size 7 row 5 I don't understand what to do, am I increasing? please explain. Thank you, Linda

Yes, you are increasing to make the toe end bigger and rounder. I don't check this often, if you have more question, please email me or comment directly on my blog post so I can assist you :)

cannot get patterns

If you email me, I can sent it to you. whistleandivy at gmail dot com

would love to make these...but can't get to the pattern...any ideas?

You can download it from the blog post. http://www.whistleandivy.com/2013/02/women-loafer-slippers-crochet-pattern.html

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