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This is a free handy laced slippers crochet pattern made from a rectangle with simple basic crochet stitches. This is a great beginner pattern with a video tutorial.
As it’s cold outside during the wintertime, it’s best to keep warm with additional accessories, like socks and slippers. But to make sure you can make a set for the entire family or and friends group it’s important to make sure the pattern is easy. Well, this pattern is easy for sure. These slippers are made from 2 rectangles and then sewn together with shoe laces added at the end. This pattern is the 10th free crochet pattern of the Advent Calendar Mystery Crochet Along.
This handy gift pattern is the 10th pattern (December 10th) of the 24 patterns. It features an easy construction for any shoe size and some fun yarn shoe laces.
This pattern as all the patterns in this Advent Calendar Mystery Crochet Along comes with a video tutorial to guide you through the pattern. This pattern’s yarn is Vanna’s choice and was provided by Lion Brand Yarns.
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Table of contents
- All Advent Calendar Mystery CAL Patterns
- Get the PDF of the Slippers with Shoe Laces Pattern
- How to Crochet the Easy Slippers with Shoe Laces Made from a Rectangle
- Video Tutorial of the Laced Slippers Made from a Rectangle
- Free Written Pattern for the Slippers with Laces
All Advent Calendar Mystery CAL Patterns
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So, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to crochet this cute pattern.
How to Crochet the Easy Slippers with Shoe Laces Made from a Rectangle
Materials you will need
- 4.5 mm hook -> I used a Furls Crochet Metal Streamline Hook – use NICKI15 for 15% off
- tapestry needle
- Extra yarn or equivalent for shoe laces
7 sts x 3 rounds = 2 square inches
Toddler through Men size 14
Stitches used in the pattern
Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE
- st/sts = stitch/stitches
- ch = chain
- sl st = slip stitch
- ldc = linked double crochet
- mattress stitch
- invisible join
Video Tutorial of the Laced Slippers Made from a Rectangle
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Free Written Pattern for the Slippers with Laces
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First, you’ll start by crocheting a rectangle and then you’ll sew them together in 3 parts: front, front center, and back. Then add optionally laces.
Instructions for the Slippers
See the reference table below to figure out the starting chain count per shoe size.
|Shoe Size||Rectangle Width In Inches||Rectangle With In Chains||Rectangle Length in Inches|
R1: using the 2nd and 3rd ch from the hook, start crocheting 1 ldc per ch, turn
R2: ch 2, 1 ldc per st, turn
Repeat until you have the length needed according to the reference table on the next page.
Cut a longer yarn end (about 2 feet). Weave yarn through the last row in and out and then connect to the 1st stitch of the row, pull and close the hole, make a knot, now sew the edges (2nd img below) about halfway of the length of the rectangle using the mattress or whip stitch. Make a knot, weave your yarn to the corner of the 1st row made, and make another knot.
Now fold the first row made in half and sew those edges together using the mattress or whip stitch.
Add shoe laces, fasten off and weave in your ends.
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