BEV'S WINTER SLIPPERS
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Size H (5 mm) hook for teens and adults, use a G hook for kids
2 oz WW yarn
I used a single strand of Red Heart worsted weight yarn, but you could
make them warmer with a 2nd strand of sock yarn or fingering yarn. You
could also make these a few rows longer for men. They stretch really
nicely too. These fit women size 7-10
RND 1: Ch 2 then
make 12 dc in the 2nd chain from the hook. Join
with a sl st to the top of the original ch 2. (12 sts)
RND 2: Ch 2, make
another dc in
same st as ch 2, 2 dc in each dc around. Join with sl st in top of ch 2
of previous rnd. (24 sts)
RND 3: Ch 2, make
another dc in
same st as ch 2, *dc in next 5 dc, 2 dc in next dc, repeat from * 2
more times. (for wider feet, increase by 1 or 2 more dcs as you go
around. Join. (27)
RND 4 - 10: Ch 2,
dc in same st, dc
in each dc around including the very last one. Join. (27 dc
Row 11: (back of
foot and heel)
2, dc in same st, then dc in next 20 dcs (leaving 7 dc unworked) .
You are now going back and forth on the 20 dcs.
Row 12-17: Ch 2, dc
in 2nd stitch
from hook and in each dc across, including the very last dc
stitch the heel closed, matching stitch for stitch. Cut yarn with
4" tail and weave back inside the slipper.
a contrasting color (you could even use Fun Fur with your strand of
worsted weight, for women's slippers).
Rnd 1: Ch 2, and dc
26 evenly around foot opening. Join.
Rnd 2: Ch 2, dc in
each dc around. Join.
Rnd 3: Ch 2 then
alternate front post stitch and back post stitch
yarn with 4" tail, weave back and forth inside slipper.
you can make a few pairs for loved ones, and maybe for your local
nursing homes, or patients in hospitals might LOVE these in bright, fun
colors! Check with your hospital first, and see if they need
to be non-slip.
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