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Super Easy Crochet Toddler Slippers

By: irfanullah khan from crochetcrosiahome.blogspot.com
Super Easy Crochet Toddler Slippers
Super Easy Crochet Toddler Slippers

"Today I teach you how to make easy slipper for kids. These beautiful two colors combine and make a nice and perfect design for the small kids. All design made original to share in bloggers. Those booties I crocheted for my own daughter. It’s to fit for 4-6 years, but you can easy to change the size in other sizes, large or small. You should follow 2 of the colors for those little socks/slippers. This is an easy way to crocheting baby slippers, Hope you like and enjoy the beautiful idea."

Noteswritten pattern with video tutorial

Beginner

Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gaugechain 12 x 12 row square

Finished Sizetoddler/kids

Materials List

  • Color A. yellow Double knit weight acrylic 3ply
    Tapestry needle
    hook size. 3mm

Instructions

The instruction of the slippers is so quick and easy; it’s starting from the (chain 12 x 12 row square). If you need large size so make chins more and repeat more row to the same of the stitches. For the small size need less chains form this one. I write the easy instructions for those beginners who want to learn with the easy way to crochet things for the babies and toddler. I instruct about the size in my video (watch the video tutorial)

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These slippers are so unusual looking that Im glad the video is posted at the top of the designers page. It was a delight to watch the designer create this cute project. Because the slippers are constructed from two strips of worked fabric, you could use Tunisian crochet to create the same look. Even if you dont make the slippers, do watch the video. Its less than 20 minutes and available on YouTube as well.

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