Slouch Boots - Toddler & Youth

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Slouch Boots - Toddler & Youth Pattern

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Crocheting: Slouch Boots - Toddler  & Youth
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Girls

Item:

Socks

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Stitches used include - ch, sl st, hdc, bphdc

Pattern Description:

The popular slouch boots pattern is now available in toddler and youth sizes! Now you can make slouch boots for the kids too!

They're great to wear to bed on a cold night or for around the house on a chilly morning.

Crocheted using bulky weight yarn (or 2 strands of DK weight yarn held together) and crochet hook size H (5.0 mm) - these work up super quick and are wonderfully warm!

Pattern includes sizes:

Toddler -
4.5 - (4.5" long - shoe size 4)
5 - (5" long - shoe size 5)
5.5 - (5.5" long - shoe size 7)
6 - (6" long - shoe size 8)

Youth -
6.5 (6.5" X 3") - size 10 -11
7 (7" X 3") - size 11.5 - 12.5
7.5 (7.5" X 3") - size 13 -1
8 (8" X 3.5") - size 1.5 - 2.5
8.5 (8.5"X 3.5") - size 3 - 4

Pattern is written in standard American terms.

Gauge:

7 stitches & 5 rows = 1"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Toddler & Youth Sizes

Materials:

  • Crocheted using bulky weight yarn (or 2 strands of DK weight yarn held together) and crochet hook size H (5.0 mm)

Suggested yarn:

100 yards of Bulky weight

About Designer

About Designer

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I first held a crochet hook at age 3. My mom and elder sister tried to teach my 5 year old sister how to crochet, but told me I was too little. I told them I COULD do it! And I did. :) The rest is history. I've been crocheting now for about 30 years.
I'm originally from Wisconsin, but now live with my husband and 3 little girls (Holland, Madison & Adelaide) near Auckland, New Zealand. My little ...

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