Comfy Cozy House Slippers

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Comfy Cozy House Slippers Pattern

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Crocheting: Comfy Cozy House Slippers
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Men

Item:

Socks

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This crochet pattern is for the adventurous beginnner or intermediate crocheter. The pattern is written in standard U.S. Crochet terms and assumes basic stitch knowledge. This pattern uses a wide variety of stitches, color changes, shaping and has one seam.

Pattern Description:

Basic pattern that comes with tons of sizes for all the people in your life. The pattern uses a unique method for the heel and top to make sure that the slipper has a good snug fit and won't come off.
Here's what my testers said about this pattern:

"What an amazing pattern! Loved it -it worked up so quickly and the directions are so clear! I HIGHLY recommend this pattern!"

"LOVE this Slipper. Super Fast and awesome fit! I don't see these slipping off. The Pattern is a breeze to follow. I really think these can be worked up in a few short hours!!"

Gauge:

12 hdc and 8 rows is a 4 inch square.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Separate pattern instructions for 5 sizes:
  • Women's 6-8
  • Men's 6-8, Women's 8-10
  • Men's 8-10, Women's 10-12
  • Men's 10-12, Women's 12-14
  • Men's 12-14

Materials:

  • 300-450 yards of worsted weight cotton yarn (depending on size)
  • 5.5 mm, I hook
  • Darning needle

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Lion Cotton or Lily Sugar n' Cream work well

About Designer

About Designer

Sarah Lora on craftsy.com

I'm a mom of two kiddos just living the good life here in Portland, OR with a hook and some yarn. I found crochet relatively recently and am pretty much self taught. I've always had an eye for simple design and great colors, but never really created much until I learned to crochet. Now, my fingers cannot keep up with all the patterns I have in my head! Slowly but surely I'm getting them all ...

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