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Rest your feet in a pair of these cozy Red Rose Slippers. This is a beginner slipper pattern to work up using a single skein of Red Heart Super Saver yarn. Crochet your other projects in style while relaxing and wearing a pair of these cozy slippers. Your feet are sure to stay warm and cozy as you catch up on some much-needed rest. There are a few different sizes available to choose from. Crocheted roses add a delicate, feminine touch.

Beginner

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

MATERIALS:

  • RED HEART® “Super Saver®”: 1 skein 319 Cherry Red
  • Crochet Hook: 5.5mm [US I-9]
  • Yarn needle

SIZE: Directions are for size Small. Changes for sizes Medium and Large are in parentheses.

GAUGE: 9 dc = 4”; and 6 rows = 4”. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge given.

ABBREVIATIONS: ch = chain; dc = double crochet ;mm = millimeters; rep = repeat; sc = single crochet; st(s) = stitch(es); [ ] = work directions in brackets the number of times specified; * or ** = repeat whatever follows the * or ** as indicated.

NOTE: Leave long tails at the beginning and end of each piece to use for finishing.


INSTRUCTIONS:

First Side and Sole:

  1. Row 1: Ch 23 (25, 27) dc in 4th ch from hook and in each ch across, turn—21 (23, 25) sts.
  2. Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc here and throughout), dc across, turn—21 (23, 25) sts.
  3. Rows 3-8: Rep Row 2.

Instep:

  1. Row 9-12: Ch 3, dc in next 8 (10, 12) sts, turn— 9 (11, 13) sts
  2. Row 13: Ch 3, dc across in each dc across, ch 14, turn.

Second Side and Sole:

  1. Row 14: Dc in 4th ch from hook and in each st across, turn—21 (23, 25) sts.
  2. Row 15-21: Repeat Row 2. Fasten off at the end of Row 21.

Finishing:

  1. Place instep on top of foot and wrap sides around foot, overlapping sole layers.
  2. Pin layers together. Sew each side of sole to sides of slipper.
  3. Gather stitches at toe. Sew heel seam.
  4. With RS facing, join yarn at top of heel seam, sc in each st around opening, working 2 sc into the ends of the rows across instep, join with slip st in to first sc.
  5. Make loop: Ch 10, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. Fasten off.
  6. Sew end of loop to top of heel seam and weave in ends.

Flower (make 2):

  1. Ch 18, [dc, ch 3, slip st, (ch 3, dc, ch 3, slip st) 2 times] in 4th ch from hook, [slip st, ch 3, dc, ch 3, slip st] in each remaining ch—17 petals.
  2. Starting with the first 3 petals, spiral the petals around in 3 layers. Tack the layers together and sew to instep of slipper.

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Wouldn't these Red Rose Slippers be perfect added to a robe under the Christmas tree for your special little one child, niece or grandchild? I'm glad that it's designated as an "easy" pattern so they should make up fairly quickly! I think I will do some research and add a slip proof bottom. I know I've seen suggestions and tutorials online for several ideas in that area. Thanks for the free pattern!

Slippers are great projects for Beginners, but like many of the projects that originate in other places, this post needs photos! If not that, then a link to the original. These are actually listed as the Double Sole Slippers on the Red Heart site and can be found here http//www.redheart.com/free-patterns/double-sole-s == lippers This 5 star pattern can be downloaded from there so no excuses on this one!

This pattern is so confusing. When I read through the pattern I was wondering what size is the small, medium, and large. I have a hard time understanding written patterns, and this one is high on my do not understand list. Are there any EASY to understand patterns ouf there??

Hi Sharon! The pattern is written for size small - any updates for M/L are written in the parenthesis you see throughout. For instance, take the first row: Row 1: Ch 23 (25, 27) dc in 4th ch from hook and in each ch across, turn21 (23, 25) sts. ---- For small, you chain 23 to start. For M, you chain 25 to start and for L you chain 27. :)

What a lovely color for a pair of slippers. These Red Rose Slippers are fit to use on carpeted floors. It is the most appropriate footwear to use indoors when you don't want to get your rugs or floors soiled with dirt and grime that has stuck on your shoes from outside. You can also make several pairs of these slippers for use by your female guests. You will not worry that germs and bacteria from outside will contaminate your house.

I believe the soles go over the top of each other to make a double sole. Pattern is for a child. Did anyone make the largest and how big is it? (what size comparison)? What about medium? What size comparison? I do like the pattern it seems easy enough for I am a beginner and this is my first try at reading patterns. Any Help would be greatly appreciated. I don't know the symbols of patterns, if someone could e-mail me info for that. Thanks. to meekasmom1@comcast.net

e money buying slippers wow

horrible pattern, will never use it again

Have you tried this craft? What did you think?

When the pattern says to overlap the sole part, how many rows do you overlap? I have made the first one am ready to put it together

I work in a hospital gift shop and our slippers don't sell because we haven't put anti-skid material on the soles of them. Can you add instructions for such?

how do you put them together help please. rose377@comcast.net

Going by the way the slipper looks in the photo and the number of stitches, it looks to me like these may have been crocheted with a double strand of yarn and a bigger hook. That would make the finished slipper come out larger and more true-to-size. I'm going to try it that way.

I just made the size large, with some stretching they fit me, asize 9 in women's. they fit pretty snug and the double stitches are spaced out and doesn't provide much warmth. I can't imagine the small would fit anyone over 8years old.

Size is very wrong but a beautiful quick and easy idea

I have made these..the size printed is a doll size small..I swear..it is easy and quick BUT sizing is all wrong..my goddaughter 4 yrs old couldn't even get them on... I adjusted all for bigger sizes..and for adult lg got a 4yr old small..

Please tell me how to put them together.

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