Crochet Loafers - Moccasins

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Crochet Loafers - Moccasins Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Men, Girls, Boys

Item:

Other

Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic crochet skills + understanding og st-charts and instructions

Pattern Description:

This listing is a crochet pattern for the slippers only.
Part of HOW TO TURN CROCHET SLIPPERS INTO STREET SHOES!

Treat yourself with these classic, easy-to-wear in-door shoes.
Cool ice cream colors, perfect for chilly spring- and summer days!

This listing is for the crochet pattern basic slippers, no inner- or outer soles.
See last 2 images with in- and outsoles, and info below for cord-soles and 2 in 1-package.

Two-piece crochet slippers, which can be turned into shoes!
No need of soles if you like to wear the shoes as slippers only!
Let(tm)s start with the basic slipper crochet instruction.

Materials slippers:

Yarn: All sizes; Double-strand Light/Sport weight 2, OR Worsted weight 4.
100 g (3.5 oz) 100 % cotton or any suitable yarn
Crochet hook:
European metric 3.5 mm (US F/5) for all sizes,
or any hook size to obtain the gauge and size information in the instruction.

Sizes:
Small = US 12 - 4 / EU 30-36
Medium = US 5 - 6 / EU 37-38
Large = US 7 - 8/ EU 39-40
Extra Large = 9-10 / EU 41-42

Terminology: US - American Crochet Terms.

PDF- Pattern; 10 pages written instruction with stitch-charts, tutorials, and lots of step-by-step pictures!
Charts for terms and conversions in BE.
Suggestions for alternative color-combinations for the 2-colored slippers.

Photo-Tutorial for:

How to start and finish a sc-row to achieve even edges
How to decrease and increase on a sc-row
How to crochet a braided cord

ADDITIONAL FOR YOUR NEW SLIPPERS
See last 2 images on this page.

Protect your new home-shoes, and turn them into street-shoes! Apply tailored cord-soles and your slippers will last for years!
Inserting your own handmade insoles, will add extra comfort and softness to your slippers. It looks nice, and keeps the slippers in shape. Personalize the soles with pretty fabric and labels! A very good gift-idea!

Read more about the additional Rope-Sole-Tutorial for all above:
NEW Tailored CORD-Soles + Sole Treatment - Method for how to Turn home slippers into street shoes:
http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/accessory/new-tailored-cord-soles--sole-treatment/37128

NOTE: SAVE by purchasing the 2 in 1-package for Basic crochet slippers + Cord-Sole-Tutorial here:http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/clothing/package-for-loafers---moccasins-crochet-/48805

Happy crocheting!

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Thank you!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Sizes: Small = US 12 - 4 / EU 30-36 Medium = US 5 - 6 / EU 37-38 Large = US 7 - 8/ EU 39-40 Extra Large = 9-10 / EU 41-42

Materials:

  • worsted yarn and hook 3,5 mm

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