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Bev's Grown-Ups Easy 'Booties'
Copyright Beverly A. Qualheim 2003, 2013 - All Rights Reserved - Photo on right by "Tracy"

Size J Hook
2 strands of Simply Soft yarn, 2 oz of each - held together
Special sts: fpdc = Front post double crochet.  bpdc = back post double crochet
(Photo below shows how it looks)

I have changed this pattern so it is done with sc and is warmer.

Ch 50 (women's size 8-10 slipper) (Ch 60 - will make size 10-12 mens slipper)
ROW 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each st across, ch 1 and turn
ROW 2 - 12: Sc in each sc across, ch 1, turn.
On the end of Row 12, do not ch 1, just turn.
ROW 13: sl st into 1st (13) (17 sts). Ch 1 (counts as a sc) then sc in the next 23 sts (26 sts) - leaving 13 sts (17) unworked. Ch 2 and turn .
ROW 14-15:  Dc in the middle stitches, ch 2 and turn   (You can do more rows here for fatter feet) =)
LAST ROW: Alternate 1 fpdc, then 1 bpdc across.  End off leaving a long tail of yarn to sew seam.

FINISHING:  Fold slipper in half, lengthwise.  Stitch down the cuff, across the top of the slipper, down the toe, and across the bottom.

These slippers can be adjusted to fit all sizes and they are really warm! 

In fact they are modeled after my Very Easy Baby Booties.


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