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Pattern for Crocheted Converse slippers

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I saw this pattern but in the Finnish language. I wanted to make these. There are not many things to make for men/boys. I created an English pattern for others to use. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Double crochet stich single crochet stich GAUGE Note: Sizes may vary since this is a hand crocheted item and not a manufactured item! Yarns also vary even if they say they are the same weight. For LA sports color I just cut and added the color where needed. Usually about three rows then changed. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS This pattern will fit a (women US size 7 to 9 ) ( Mens US 7 to 9) Standard would be the size 7 to 9 little wide is Men's 7 to 9 Note: Sizes may vary since this is a hand crocheted item and not a manufactured item! Standard (Brown) little wide (Blue) Wide to very wide (Green) Note: if you need your slipper for a longer foot just continue to repeat and rotate row 18 and 19 until you reach the desired length. To make it shorter you can make less rows here too! Then continue on to row 20th PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lion Brand 3.5 oz COLORWAY 113 Scarlet

Recommended with this pattern

  • Materials needed Needle US G 10 4.25 mm Yarn Medium 4 worsted 3.5 oz For this pattern I used Scarlet 113 Vanna's choice by Lion Brand White by lion Brand for Toe area Shoe White shoe lace 63 inches Black thread and sewing needle One darning needle to sew up back of slipper and logo on side
  • Needle US G 4.25 mm
  • Medium 4 worsted 3.5 oz For this pattern I used Scarlet 113 Vanna's choice by Lion Brand White by lion Brand for Toe area

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