Simple Chunky Cable Crochet Slippers

Jan 18, 2013
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Author

Tamara Kelly

Introduction

Here’s an easy free pattern to warm up all those chilly feet. You can make a pair of Simple Chunky Cable Crochet Slippers in just one hour if you hurry, a little more if your fingers are frozen.

These super warm slippers come right up to the ankle, to keep you extra warm and toasty – and to make sure they stay on! If you wish to make them non-slip, there are a variety of options available, which are linked within the pattern.

If you haven't tried crochet cabling, never fear! This pattern includes video tutorials for the stitches and step by step photos. It's a great first cabling project, and should be easy peasy if you are already familiar.  If you prefer the slippers without the cables, just replace those sts with dcs.

Materials List

  • US – K, 6.5mm hook
  • 150 yds Bulky weight yarn (Lion Brand Wool Ease Chunky in Mulberry shown)

Finished Size

Women’s shoe size 6-8, and Women’s shoe size 9-11. Average and Wide width available for both. Directions are give for Average(Wide) in the instructions, with instructions for shoe size (length) on Row 14. The larger size with wider width fit up to a Men's size 10.  These slippers do have a lot of stretch, so you may wish to try them on as you go and before cutting your yarn to make sure they are the right size.

Gauge

6 rows x 10 sts = 4″ in dc

Notes

Special Stitches Used: magic circle, fptrc, fptrc2tog, seamless join


The Pattern

Please visit moogly's Simple Chunky Cable Crochet Slippers  for the full pattern and tutorials! Thank you!

 


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