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Lacy Crochet Slippers (Free Pattern)

Crafts April 14, 2017

Lacy Crochet Slippers (Free Pattern)

Searching for that perfect combination of cute and comfortable? If you’re looking for a new pair of slippers and have despaired at finding just the right fit and feel, look no further! The Lacey Wool Crochet Slipper pattern is just the thing. It uses chunky yarn and a big hook, which means less time crocheting and more time enjoying the warmth and softness on your feet. And with the lacey look, you don’t have to be embarrassed about answering the door in your slippers!

These slippers are crocheted all in one piece from the bottom up, and you can also add soles if you like, either with flip-flop bottoms, felt, or by crocheting a sturdy sole from leftover yarn scraps, like the author of the Lacey Wool pattern did.

The pattern can be purchased for €5, and comes complete with written instructions, a photo tutorial and additional instructions for making and adding your own crocheted soles to the slippers once they’re finished. There are four sizes of slippers so that you can be sure of the perfect fit, and they’re also made a tad roomy in case you want to wear them with your favorite pair of socks.

These slippers would also be adorable in a variety of colors, stripes, ombre, and other patterns, or adorned with buttons, lace, ribbon, pom poms, or whatever your heart desires. Spruce them up however you please and make them unique. If the hankering strikes again, of course, you can always make yourself another pair or send them off with friends and family.

If you want to try out a similar, free pattern before purchasing the Lacey Wool Crochet Slippers pattern, we found the Lily Sugar ‘N Cream pattern here. And when you’re ready, you can buy the Lacey Wool PDF from Sophie & Me on Ravelry.

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