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My name is Luz Mendoza and I am originally from Spain, from the beautiful Island of Tenerife, I moved to the UK over 17 years ago and live in London with my better half a wonderful english man and my ...

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Crochet slippers pattern pearl 130

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Crochet slippers pattern pearl 130
Crochet slippers pattern pearl 130
Crochet slippers pattern pearl 130
Crochet slippers pattern pearl 130

Pattern Description:

Crochet patterns, women's slippers with pearl (130)

I make presents, lots of them, this one was born to be giving to the most important woman in my life, my mum!, now that I am a mother I realised what I put her through! Sorry mum here you are a little something to start making it up to you!.

Please note this pattern is written in american standard terms. Skill Level: Beginner
Materials and notions:
150 gr of Aran or worsted weight yarn
Size hook 7 or (4.5mm) I normally would have used the H hook (5mm)
but I like for this slippers to have a strong look on the textured fabric.
Tapestry needle
A few pearls in different sizes, I used about 15 pearls for each button, in
two different sizes.

In this pattern I explained sizes US 6 and in the parenthesis (7,8,9), but I give all the information as to how to adapt the pattern for any size.

Please note all my patterns are written in standard american terms.

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8st by 6 rounds = 2 inches

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