SLANTING LINE SLIPPERS/ESPADRILLES Light cotton slippers for chilly summer days, inspired by the simple shape of Espadrilles. Worked in one piece, from toe/up. The slanting line across toe-piece is created by a little sc-shell, displaced to the right, or left, in every round. Full stitch diagram for all sizes. OPTIONAL: Make your own Espadrilles, turn the slippers into shoes for street wear, join outsoles to the bottoms! See photos on this page. More sole-info below. Skill level: Intermediate Terminology: American Crochet Terms. PDF-Pattern 17 pages. Written instructions, step-by-step photos and tutorials. Full stitch-diagram included for the toe-piece, all sizes. Yarn: Worsted/4, or any suitable yarn obtaining the gauge-info in instruction. My yarn: Cotton twine, purchased in the local supermarket. Crochet hook: EU 4 mm (US G/6). Sizes: Small = US 2 - 4 / EU 34-36 Medium = US 5 - 6 / EU 37-38 Large= US 7 - 8/ EU 39-40 Extra Large = US 9-10 / EU 41-42 OUTSOLES - ADDITIONAL FOR YOUR NEW SLIPPERS Joining outsoles to the slipper bottoms, will extend the lifetime of your slippers, protect them against wear and tear and make them more comfy, warm and sturdy. And not least, it turns your slippers into shoes for street wear! Inserting handmade insoles will add extra comfort and softness and keep the slippers in shape. E-BOOK with Slanting Line Slippers and Cord Soles. Note: this link will take you to my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/listing/183444159/2in1-pattern-pack-for-slanting-line?ref=shop_home_active_2 COLLECTION OUTSOLES - 4 different methods for outsoles. Note: this link will take you to my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PdfPatternDesign?section_id=11504740 CUSTOMER SUPPORT I offer pattern-assistance and welcome any question you might have. PERMISSION TO SELL You are welcome to sell the finished product made from this pattern! COPYRIGHT All my patterns are copyrighted. By purchasing an item from my shop, you agree not to copy, distribute, give away or resell the design, in print, or as a digital file. Thank you, and happy crocheting!!