Cluster crochet slippers Free Crochet Pattern


Cluster crochet slippers Free Crochet Pattern

Cluster crochet slippers Free Crochet Pattern
Cluster crochet slippers Free Crochet Pattern

"Try out this easy cluster crochet slippers to stay warm in this winter! Here are all the stitches used in the pattern, refer to this chart to determine which stitch is which. These slippers are very easy and adjustable for all foot sizes. To change the size of these slippers, increase or decrease the number of rows at the middle bottom of the work (the part that you should work back and forth). Also try it on as you work to make sure it fits you perfectly."


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge20 sts + 11 rows = 10x10 cm

Finished SizeAll sizes

Materials List

  • Crochet hook: 4 mm/G-6
  • 200-600 grams/ 2-6 scones cotton yarn (I used Nako Hosgeldin and Nako Calico yarn)
  • Tapestry Needle\ Sewing Needle
  • Stitch markers
  • Scissors

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I will have a difficult time keeping these so I know I will have to make a pair for my daughter first. I try to make things in colors she does not like when I don't want to share but she has gotten so over that. I keep trying to get her to learn the craft but I just can't get her to sit down long enough.

These slippers have got to be one of the most "fancy" looking pair of slippers I have stumbled upon on All Free Crochet. Meaning, the most intricate stitch pattern I have seen. Now, I almost want to put mini jingle bells on the pom pom and do these up in red and green. They have this quality about them that is playful at the same time.

Now don't these look cozy? I love the extra design element on the top of the slipper. The addition of the pom poms just makes it that much more special. For me and my family, walking around with pom poms on our feet would be dangerous because of the cat. Those of you with cats would understand perfectly.

These are so much cuter than the regular slipper. They have a much fancier look. And yet after reading the directions I can see they are very easy to make. There is a chart and also a video to help you along the way. I am going to be stuffing stockings with these.

Slippers are a frequently requested project, especially among my senior students. I usually stick with the simplest designs, but I am sorely tempted to work these up and off the pattern at our next meeting. They are just gorgeous and so dainty. While I appreciate the universal symbol charts, I wont be passing them out to my students. I will, however, find a way to stream that instructional video during class.


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