Sixty Minute Crochet Slippers
These Sixty Minute Crochet Slippers are a quick pattern to work up in just an hour or less. Just start with a magic circle, and you have an accessory to keep your feet warm all winter long. Sizing instructions are available for multiple sizes so that it is easy to fit a variety of people. The bulky weight yarn also makes them so comfortable you will forget you're wearing them. These crochet slippers will work up fast so you'll be able to wear them in no time or you can give them as a last minute gift.
Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook
Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)
DID YOU KNOW?
There are many different types of crochet socks and crochet slippers from around the world. Each region seems to have a different concept of comfort.
Although clogs may not seem very comfortable, you shouldn't judge before you slip your foot into one. This footwear, commonly associated with Holland, is affordable as well as practical (and everyone needs a good budget-friendly pattern once in a while).
Espadrilles are from the Spanish region and are basically lightweight slippers that you can wear outside, especially when it's hot. They're mostly made of canvas and should have some kind of sturdy sole on the bottom.
You've probably seen a lot of moccasin slippers around. They really are very comfortable to wear out or just around the house. Native Americans are credited with the development of the moccasin. This kind wouldn't be too difficult to make into crochet slippers.
Delve into the Japanese culture with the geta. Getas are like platform flip flops made of wood, so they're not as soft as the crochet slippers that we're accustomed to seeing. They will, however, keep your feet from sinking in the mud!
Tsarouhi slippers are from Greece and are worn by a specific type of Greek guards as a part of their traditional uniform. These slippers have fuzzy tops, and they're sure to stand out in the crowd.
What's your favorite type of slipper?