One Hour Slipper


"Who doesn't love a quick crochet slipper pattern? These slippers can be made in an hour and will keep you warm and toasty. Add some puffy paint to the sole and make them non-slip. This could be your perfect one skein project. Make them for craft fairs to build up your inventory or gift them to loved ones. It comes in 3 sizes, small, medium, and large. It is made with worsted weight yarn and takes very little yarn."


Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

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

Finished SizeSmall (Fits US sizes 5& 6): Slipper is 9 inches long Medium (Fits US sizes 7 & 8): Slipper is 9 1/2 inches long Large(Fits US sizes 9 & 10): Slipper is 10 inches long

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Im not sure if the designer means that BOTH slippers can be worked in an hour or if she just means one. It took me a little more than an hour to work the first one, but then I kept having to refer back to the pattern because I was being interrupted by family demands. Im sure once youve been through the learning curve for these that theyll go a lot faster.

Oh my, I need this pattern! I have been looking for a easy crochet pattern for some great looking slippers, and this is it! The pattern is well written and easy to follow and there are a few different sizes given for this One Hour Slipper pattern. I have saved this one and will be making a few pair. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet slipper pattern.

This is not only very practical but very pretty. It's mot your usual plain ridges. And I like how the designer made them easier to keep on your feet. The last pair I made, I ran a piece of yarn chain around the last row and tied it , so it was tighter on my foot.

Eeeew! These slippers look soooo comfy! I love that the pattern is designated "beginner". I think there are several on my Christmas list that will be receiving these along with a crocheted hat in their stocking! I can even make them matching for my cold natured daughters and they can wear both in the house to stay warm! The border will be nice to keep them on our feet. I think handiwork slippers are ideal to be able to tailor them to your feet!

I need travel slippers and these would be perfect. They have a nice stitch definition that adds to the look of the slippers. I also like the detail around the ankle to hold the slippers on your feet. They should work up quickly. Thank you.

The next best thing to being barefoot would be to slip on a pair of these. Growing up in the country it was not unusual to be found without shoes even when outside. There is nothing like the feel of grass under foot. When the weather is a little nippy it is important to keep warm and my feet get cold first. So even if I am lounging around or doing chores a pair of these would be grand.

A beginner pattern that I can complete in just an hour. Well, sign me up. I have a host of relatives that I like to make gifts for special holidays like birthdays and Christmas. This pattern for one hour slippers could easily become a favorite to have available for such gifts. No matter the color, these will be attractive and because we live up north, I know during the colder months, these would get a lot of wear.

What a pretty slipper with the shells all around it. It would be a super Christmas gift for the family members who complain of being cold all the time, or for those whom you just don't know what to get for them! I like the idea of adding the puff paint dots along the bottom OR sew a piece of leather on there. It will make them a step above a regular old pair of crochet slippers.


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