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Snappy Slippers
Snappy Slippers

"These slippers are lightening speed to make. Simple stitches and assembly techniques, combined with the warm, bulky yarn make this an under one hour project! I’ve provided a large range of sizing as well as three different widths. Make this warm, soft, comfortable slipper for yourself or someone you love! These are great last minute gifts too :) Women’s 5/6; 7/8; 9/10; 11/12 Men’s: 6/7; 8/9; 10/11; 12/13 Narrow, Regular and Wide Width too! Designed in bulky weight yarn."

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Finished Sizewomen's and men's sizing from 5 to 13, plus three widths!

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These are a sure fire winner. Easy, inexpensive and cute. I can make them in time time for every member of my family. Different colors for each will make them easy to identify. And if you are afraid of slipping while wearing, get a bottle of puffy paint and dot the bottoms. Make sure to redo it after about five washings.

If you make slippers and havent looked at this pattern yet, drop everything and click on the above link. This designer has gone out of her way to post the various slipper sizes and their shoe size equivalents. That is enormously helpful to me as I make slippers to donate to our local veterans home. It helps the nursing staff if they can identify sizes before passing them out.

Hippie Chick, What I do is get that tube of paint at walmart that has fine tip, make dime size dots on the bottom, That will make it where it will not slide around..

I usually use a puffy paint on the bottoms of mine. Which ever you use, just be sure it's specifically designed for fabrics!

Hippie Chick, What I do is get that tube of paint at walmart that has fine tip, make dime size dots on the bottom, That will make it where it will not slide around..

Hippie Chick, What I do is get that tube of paint at walmart that has fine tip, make dime size dots on the bottom, That will make it where it will not slide around..

Im not sure how snappy these are, but they sure luck comfy and warm. Be careful, unless you use some sort of non slip on the bottom, when wearing these on a hard floor especially if it is waxy. I have taken many tumbles wearing this type of sock across my kitchen floor. Ouchie!

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