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Slipper Gap Filler

By: Jackie Lloyd-Jones
Slipper Gap Filler
Slipper Gap Filler
This image courtesy of JackieLloyd-Jones

"Slipper Gap Filler This is for those night when your ankles are cold even with thick socks putting a lap blanket or shawl over the feet is not convenient if you have to be mobile. Try these gap fillers. Worn over the slippers to keep you sung and warm and able to move about without fear of trips and falls. Can be worked in an evening."


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn WeightOther

Finished SizeFit over slipper

Materials List

  • Hooked Zpagetti


  1.  Row 1 : 36ch, or enough to fit around the top of slipper join with sl

  2. Row 2 : 1dc into each starting chain mark start of row and 3 more, 1 for toe and 1 each side of toe 3st away from toe marker, these markers should be moved up as the rounds are worked

  3. Row 3: 1dc into each st to first maker around toe area, increase by working 2dc into marked stitch, 1dc into each st to next maker, increase marked st, 1dc into each st to last maker around toe area, increase, 1dc into each st to row marker. You will have 3 increase points from now on

  4. Row 4-6 as row 3 or as many rows wanted for length from ankle to 2cm above slipper solo. Finish with sl into next. Turn work around you will now be working from the ankle upward. Re-join yarn. Work in continues round decreasing once at heel (for 1 row) and twice at toe (for 2 rows). Decrease by hook into next st, yarn over hook pull through, hook into next st, yarn over pull through (3 loops on hook) yarn over pull through a loops I worked 6 rounds for the upper part with a row of sl st to finish off. Work in ends you want saw the ends if you used HOOOKED ZPAGETTI yarn. Slip your foot through the gap fill then into your slipper the gap filler allows you to move freely.

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Okay, Ill admit Im stumped. I understand the principle behind this project, but Im really not sure how necessary this is. Why not just wear longer socks, or work the slippers so the cuff is higher? These things are so small I foresee them easily getting separated, and Im not just talking about in the wash. Interesting idea, but I think Ill take a pass. I might add them to the top of some slippers though.


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