Saturday, July 17, 2010

Glee Slippers Free Crochet Pattern



Do you need a cute and quick pair of slippers? Well, these are the ones for you! By using the basic stitches, these are created from the sole up. Mix and match colors to fit the style you want and crochet from there! I love these because they are 1) basic enough to try even if you're a beginner and 2) cute enough to make over and over for gifts! Enjoy this pattern and have fun watching your little ones wear them.

Usage:
- You may use the finished items for personal and commercial use.
- You must use your own photos as a representation of your work.
- You may not use the photo(s) shown.
- Do not resell, share or redistribute the pattern.

How to Read this Pattern:
1. When a number is before the command, such as 3hdc, you will
work in the SAME stitch.
2. When a number is AFTER the command, such as hdc3, you will
work that command in the number of FOLLOWING stitches.
3. The number in parenthesis () at the end of the round is the
TOTAL number of stitches for that round.

Materials:
Vanna’s Choice, worsted weight
#5, 100% acrylic (170yd/156m;
3.5oz/100g per skein)
1 skein #860-153 Black
1 skein#860-100 White
Hook: E/4-3.50mm hook or size
to obtain gauge
1 stitch marker
2 medium buttons
Sewing thread and needle

Legend:
Chain (ch)
Stitch (st)
Skip (sk)
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Single Crochet (sc)
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Double Crochet (dc)

Gauge:
16 sts x 16 rows = 4” square in sc

1. The sole is worked from the center in joined rounds. Mark the first
stitch of the round with a stitch marker (optional).
2. The side panel and top are made directly onto the sole.
3. When joining the rounds for the sole, the sl st will not count as a
stitch
4. To change colors, push hook through the next stitch, pull yarn back
through, yarn over with the NEXT color, and pull through. Color change
is complete.
5. When you change colors, you will carry the old yarn, not fasten if off.
That will allow you to simply pick the yarn up later with no ends to
weave in.
6. Measurement:
Size 6-9 months (adjust gauge accordingly to fit larger/smaller sizes)

Directions:
Using Color A, ch14.
Round 1: Turn, sc in first chain from hook,
sc6, dc5, 6dc in last chain, continue working
on opposite side of chain, dc5, sc7, sl st to
first stitch of round to join (30 sts).

Round 2: Ch1, 2sc in same stitch as chain,
sc5, hdc6, 2hdc in next 6 stitches, hdc6, sc5,
2sc in last stitch, sl st to first stitch of round to
join (38 sts).

Round 3: Ch1, sc in same stitch as chain, 2sc
in next stitch, hdc11, * hdc, 2hdc, repeat
from * 5 more times, hdc11, 2sc in next
stitch, sc in last stitch, sl st to first stitch of
round to join (46 sts).

Round 4: Join Color B, drop Color A (see
Notes), turn, working in opposite direction,
ch1, sc in each stitch, sl st to first stitch of
round to join (46 sts).

Round 5: Pick up Color A, drop Color B, ch1,
sc16, sc dec (see Notes) 2 times, sc6, sc dec
2 times, sc17, sl st to fist stitch to join (42
sts).

Round 6: Pick up Color B, drop Color A, ch1,
sc18, sc dec 3 times, sc18, sl st to first stitch
to join (39 sts).

Round 7: Pick up Color A, drop Color B, ch1,
sc16, dc dec (see Notes) 4 times, sc 16, sl st
to first stitch of round to join (35 sts).

Round 8: Pick up Color b, drop Color A, ch1,
sc15, sc dec 3 times, sc14, sl st to first stitch
of round to join. Fasten off.

Round 9: Join Color A 8 stitches to the right of
back join, ch1, sc16. Fasten off.

Round 10: Join Color B in first stitch of Round
9, ch1, sc 16. Fasten off.

Round 11: Join Color A in first stitch of Round
10, ch1, sc 16. Fasten off.

Round 12:
LEFT SHOE: Using Color B, Ch5, sl st to first ch
to create a button hole ring, ch12, sc in first
stitch of Round 11, sc 15.

Fasten off. Weave in ends.

RIGHT SHOE: Join Color B in first stitch of
Round 11, ch1, sc 16, ch13, holding a finger
on chain 13, ch4, sl st into ch13.

Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Finishing
Using sewing thread and needle, sew a button

on to opposite side of ankle

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