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I learned to crochet on a whim by reading crochet books and watching hours of tutorials online. Within my first few months of crocheting, I was creating my own patterns. I love to design fun, ...

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Two Tone Ballet Slippers

from Tampa Bay Crochet
(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Two Tone Ballet Slippers
Two Tone Ballet Slippers
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amhbear1431322    March 20, 2016
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These are the nicest slippers I've seen. Thanks for posting them free. My feet swell at night and they feel great.

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Smoshie    January 27, 2014
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i have a question, when you chain 4 in the first row does it count as a stitch? Or what am I supossed to do with it + with every additional ch3 in the new row. It seems difficult to me to understand that what am I supossed to do with them, keaving it there makes holes, counting it as a stitch makes hole + increases the st made .-. Please can you clear it for me? I wasn't able to even find photo or video demonstration to this pattern ... I would love to make theese , but I just don't understand the chain thing in rows

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deianebre3219596  February 26, 2014
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same happens to me. i dont understand.

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tjpluff908470  November 7, 2014
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I completely understand, I had the same issue. I think the designer forgot to mention that you should slip stitch after completing a round. Then do a chain. The chain 4 does not count as a stitch. Also, I slip stitched into the actual stitch at the end of every round instead of the chain. I found this keeps you from having a space there, although I did have to work a stitch into the sl st at the end of the round to have the proper amount of stitches. So, you are probably supposed to sl st into the top of the chain. Hope this makes sense.
Other than those issues, these really do turn out nicely and are quick and worth the time taken to try to figure them out! :-)