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Double crochet is used in front posts and back posts to work up the Coziest Slippers Ever. With some worsted weight yarn you can get a fabulously textured design that will appear bulky in weight. These crocheted slippers are sure to keep your feet warm all winter long. This is an easy crochet pattern to work up that would look great in both solids and variegated yarns. Give these slippers as gifts or keep them for yourself.

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Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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I like the different texture to these slippers. Sometimes slipper patterns all look alike. Not these. I prefer to make my slippers instead of buying them. They fit better and are easier to wash. I also like the fact you can print this pattern without any problems. Thank you.

I've never tried making slippers before! Don't know why, but I haven't! These look like they just might be a good pair to try first. I have to confess that I've been nervous about trying them because I've been told they're slippery and they might be, but I just looked up how to add a non-slip sole to them and the info is out there sooooo wish me luck cause I'm going to make these up, give them a non-slip sole and give it a go!

This is just the best idea yet. You can make them for the entire family. I can't use these here in Florida but my many friends and relatives in the Nirth sure can. I love to make things for them and even better, the shipping is very inexpensive and I don't have to worry about it breaking. Thank you so much.

I like this slipper pattern to make a bunch for the local senior centers and nursing homes. For this usage, I would go to the craft or fabric store and buy a leather or textured leather type material that you can then cut to fit the form of the bottom of the slipper. Sew it on wit a heavy duty needle and a special extra thick thread. Wouldn't want the seniors to slip and fall. I know they make a material for this usage. I just cannot remember the name of it.

This looks like a nice warm pair of slippers. I like how the designer didn't limit sizing, but instead instructs to continue on until you reach your desired length. It makes it a nice pattern that you can use to make slippers for the entire family, rather than having to find several different patterns. For the smaller (child) sizes, you can go down a yarn weight and hook size (or two).

How do you know what the sizing is on these slippers

Can you use Phentex slipper yard? Would you use one or two strands if using Phentex?

Site is temporarily down, you can access the pattern here: http://loveyarn1984.blogspot.com/2013/07/rib == bed-slipper-pattern.html

Just a note of advice - crochet slippers are VERY slippery . . . so be careful on hard surface floors and stairs. :)

These slippers look so nice. I've got my crochet hook out. Thanks for sharing. On the pattern page that you provided, there was no video on how to do the front & back dc on the slippers. I also tried to get to the YOUTUBE site that others had included. No luck so far. Margie from Kauai.

Margie, You need to click on the word "here" in the first line of directions above the photo - it brings you right to the you-tube video. Good luck!

Not too cute, but they sure Do look comfortable. I would pair these with my 'Ultimate Sick Blanket' (just a plain ol' double crocheted blanket made from 30% wool / 70% acrylic chunky yarn).

they look comfy.

Looks good, I will give it a go.

Great slipper pattern. Can't wait to make it.

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