Crochet Granny Slippers


In today’s tutorial, let’s
do a lady slipper together made up of 3 motifs. It’s a free pattern for
ladies as well as children. Let’s go through this
pattern right after this. [MUSIC PLAYING] Welcome back to The
Crochet Crowd as well as Yarnspirations.com. Today we have a lady slipper
here in tutorial format. The pattern is available
for child size, you just have to alter
the instructions in order to make it to a child size. I think that the lady size
will be more in demand, and so I’m going to film
the lady size today. In the pattern, it’s made
up of 3 different motifs. We have motif A, which is
the front section right here. And then B is both
sides of the heel. They’re identical to each
other, the only differences on how it’s turned in
order for it to sit flat. If you look at the
instructions, you’re going to notice that
you have your motif. So you have motif A,
and then there’s 2 B’s– so it’s the identical
side on both sides of the heel. So what’s going to happen
here is on motif B, we’re going to slightly change
the storyline on the side here to make it flat just so
that you can see it going flat across the sole of the shoe. And basically, we’ll need
some stitch markers for that. And you can have a lot of fun
with these colors and ideas. So we’re going to
be able to do this. So I have to tell you– all of this slipper is
made up of 3 motifs. So if you’re doing a set,
you’re going to need 6 motifs. Now, what is identical
to each one of these is round number 1, 2, and 3. So 1, 2, and 3. 1, 2, and 3. So you can do all 6 motifs
all the way to round number 3, and then come back
and finish it round number 4, because round number
4 is different from the front– on the front one here, and round
number 4 for the 2 B sections are different. So you can do all
6 motifs and get it to where you need to go and then
change it on the final round. So when you’re
going to do this, I would recommend that you
do all of the one section– so do all of round
1 first on all 6, and then come back and
do all round 2, do all 6, and do 3 and all 6, and
then just join us back with round number 4 and for
the different variations of A and B. That’s
what I’d recommend. So without further ado, let’s
grab our Bernat Super Value, a size H 5-millimeter
crochet hook today, and let’s begin working
on this pattern. Again, I’m doing the adult
size, the ladies version today. So let’s begin a size H
5-millimeter crochet hook. Let’s start out
with a slip knot. And we’re going to
start off in the center, and we’re going to do all
6 motifs at the same time, and we’re just
going to just keep jumping from one
to another in order to remember the
pattern a lot closer. So we’re going to start
off a chaining of 5. So 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. And insert your hook
into the beginning chain and yarn over and pull
through to create a center ring– this is the very
center of your hexagon. Let’s move up to round number 1. Now round number 1 is the
beautiful majestic medallion right in the front– or right in the middle
of your hexagon. We’re going to start
off by chaining 4– 1, 2, 3, 4. This is going to
count as 1 treble, and we have to treble 17 more
times into the center ring. To treble, we wrap the hook
twice and insert into the ring, pull through, pull through 2,
pull through 2, pull through 2. So we wrap twice
into the center. So if the first one
counted as 1 treble– the chain of 4
counts as 1 treble and we do 17 more
trebles, you’re going to have a total of
18 of these posts going all the way around. So I want you to watch for that,
so make sure you have your 18. So what I’m going to do is I’m
going to leave that to you, and I’ll be right back,
I’ll have this done, and then I’ll show
what to do next OK, so I have my 18 posts
going all the way around. Just pull it out if
you don’t see it. So 1, 2, 3, and I have
all the way to 18. When you get this
done, just join to the top of the
beginning of chain 4, and you are done this color. So I want you to fasten
off on this color. So what I want you
to do is that there are 6 motifs all together. I want you to do this same
motif section right now and do it another 5 more times. OK, so I want you to have total
of 5 of these medallions and– or 5 of these hexagon starts. And then when we come back,
I’m going to start you up on row number 2, and then
you’re going to do all of them, again, in row number 2
and then catch back up. So this allows you to be
able to follow the pattern and have it kind of done
as an assembly line. So get all your 5 done so
that you have a total of 6, and then meet me back here,
and then just carry on with the round number 2. OK, so keeping in the spirit
with monkey see, monkey do, so what I’ve done is that
I’m doing my whole slipper, and I have my 3 center
motifs for my 1 slipper. OK, so you’ll need a
total of 6 of these. Let’s move on to round number
2, describe our next color– mine’s going to be purple. And I’ll show you how
to do round number 2 and then I want you to
do all of the motifs, again, for round number 2. And it’s identical
for each one of them. OK, we’re going to
start the very first one and we’re going to
grab our next yarn. Create a slipknot, it’ll
be nice and sturdy. And what I want you
to do is that we want to go into any of the trebles. OK, so this is
the adult version. The children’s one, this
would be double crochets. So just go into any one, it
doesn’t matter which one, and we’re going to start. And the very start, they’re
kind of like puff stitches, I think– what are they
calling these things? The clusters. So what we’re going to
be doing is that we’re going to create clusters. So let’s just join
it and then chain 2. So the beginning cluster
always starts off differently, and then the rest
are all identical. So what we want to
do is that we want to yarn over and go into
the same stitch twice. So going into the same
stitch, yarn over, pull through, and hold. And then yarn over and go into
that exact same stitch again, pull through, and hold. You have a total of
5 loops on your hook, just like you see right here. I want you to yarn over and
pulled through the first 4 only. And then yarn over and
pull through the final 2. And that’s the
beginning cluster, and the rest are all identical
to each other, so watch. We’re going to chain 1 first and
go into the very next treble, OK? Here on the child’s version
it’ll be double crochets. So yarn over, going
into the next stitch. See, I’m trapping this
one in position as well. And pulling over
and pulling through. Yarn over, going into the
same stitch, pulling through. And yarn over, going
into the same stitch– so you want to do that
a total of 3 times. So now you have a total of
6 loops here plus the final. So you want to yarn over, pull
through all 6 loops this time; and yarn over, pull through
the final two and chain 1. I’ll show that again. So we’re going to
yarn over, I’m going into the next treble, pulling
through; yarn over, same one, pull through; yarn over,
same one, pull through. Now you’ll have a total
of 7 loops on here, but you only want a yarn over
and pull through the first 6. And the easy way to
remember that is just don’t go through the
final one, and yarn over, pull through the final
two, and chain 1. So I want you to do
that all the way around. And I want you to do that
for all of your motifs, and when I come back, I’ll
show you how to finish off. So let me review again. So I’ve already chained one,
so I’m going in and in and in. So I want a yarn over–
so I did that 3 times. Yarn over, pull through
all the first 6. And don’t drop your
stitches like that. Pull it through
all 6, yarn over, pull through the final two,
chain 1, and then start again. Please do that all
the way around. So now coming up all
the way back around, and I got my last
cluster, I want to chain 1 first and then just join
it to the beginning– top of the beginning chain our
cluster that we started with. You should have a total of 18 of
these going all the way around. Don’t get confused by this
one right in the front, it always looks a
little bit unusual. But you want to do this
now with all of the motifs that you have. So do all 6 now just exactly
this– this is round number 2, and you’re just going to
do exactly the same thing and then meet me back here
after you get those done and we’ll carry on with
round number 3 together. So just– I’m
weaving in the ends, getting them out of
the way so then I can start off nice and clean
with each one of those as I go. So for this one, so
we’re going to go up from here to here for all 6. And do that next and I’ll see
you back here in just a moment. So I’m back, and now I have
finished up row number 2 going all the way around. And so if you’re doing
a pair of slippers, chances are you have
two feet, so you’ll do a total of 6 of these. So now I’m going to move
up to round number 3. We’re going to do, again, the
same thing for all of the 6, and then round number 4
we’re going to change it. So let’s join, and I’m going to
do some beige kind of coloring here to go with this. So let’s move up to
round number 3 next. In round number 3, we’re
going to be creating what appears– so right now it
looks like a complete circle because it is–
you see it there. So we’re now going to
complete the hexagonal shape that you see. So you’re going to see
5 double crochets here in the one corner,
and then we’re going to do two double crochets
into each one of these spaces, and then– so basically you do two,
and then the next one is another corner. So if you can see
the repeat pattern, so it’s a corner, and then
two, and then a corner. And we can do that
all the way around, so you’ll see that here
on the top as well. It’s kind of easier to see. So there you go– corner, the
two, and then corner, the two, corner. So let’s do that next. So let’s begin with the slipknot
using your same sized crochet hook. We’re going to go into
any one of the chain 1 spaces– so right in between
any of the clusters is good, doesn’t matter which one. So we’re going to
start off with, then we’re going to join it. So join the yarn. And it says to chain 3, and
that counts as a double crochet. And we’re going to
double crochet again into that same space. So we’re not starting
off in a corner if you’ve picked
that up already. So the next one we have is
according to the instructions is 5 double crochets in
the next chain 1 space. And then next chain 1
space right here, there’s going to be 5, so this
is our first corner. So 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. So now you satisfied that. The next chain 1 space, there’s
going to be two double crochets into it. You notice that I’m
not doing any chain 1’s after I get stuff
done on this one, it’s going to be
completely solid. So OK, once I get
that done, I just skip over to the
next chain 1 space and do another two
double crochets. Once you get that done,
here’s the next corner. So the corner has how many? If you said 5, give
yourself a cookie. So there’s 5 double crochets
that make up a corner. So what we’re thinking about
the corner is that if there’s 5, the middle one is the
center of the corner. Does that make sense? OK, so once you get that
done, the next chain 1 space is two double crochets. And I want you to do this same
configuration going all the way around. The next one is to
double crochets, so we have the two in there. And then the next one
is another corner. OK, and in the corner
it’s 5 double crochets. Complete this all
the way around, I’ll meet you back
here in just a moment, and then we’re going to
get all the other motifs that you have all caught
up to this point as well. So you can see that
the hexagonal shape is starting to take effect. So just a few seconds
ago I just left you, and now I’m coming up
to near to the end, you notice how we
started off with two and then it was a corner. So we had to make sure that
this one is a two and then this one’s a corner, and that
happens to work out anyway if you’re keeping
the right count. So I’m just coming up
all the way back around. So this one’s a 5 in this one. And then the final one is the
spaces, two double crochets. And we’re just
going to join this to the top of the
beginning chain 3. So if you’ve done
this right, you should be able to count 6 sides. So I got 6 corners, so I
got 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. So you’ve got to make sure you
have that or you’re in trouble. So– not by me. I’m not going to be handing
out any discipline today. So just continue to do that. So do all of your 6 once
again, get it up to this level, and then meet me
back here and then we’re going to start
round number 4 of motif A, and then we’ll do round
number 4 of Motif B. And that’s how it’s going
to go from this point. Dun dun duuh. OK, so here we go. So I have my 3 now
for the 1 slipper– you’ll need 6 of these. And we’re now going
to be going up to round number 4, which
is different from motif A and B. So on each slipper
motif A is 1 of each. So there’s going to be one
on the top of the foot area. So you’ll need to do two
motif A’s and then 4 motif B’s in order to make this pattern. So let’s move on to
round number 4, motif A, and we’re only going to make
two motif A’s, so let’s begin to do that next. Let’s move on to round number 4. So we’re going to take the
same color yarn and we’re going to go to round
number 4, motif A. You’ll need to
make two motif A’s. So where are we finished,
if you kind of notice that we finished in
between, and so we want to make sure
that we’re keeping in balance with each other. So we’re going to join the yarn
again right where we finished. So because we did
all 6 at one time, you will have this yarn cut
off and you need to restart. So let’s just join as it
were not changing any yarn. So what we need to
do then is that we’re going to chain 1
and single crochet into the same stitch
just like that. And let’s read the
instructions together. So it says, 1 single crochet in
the same space, which we just did, and 1 single
crochet in each of the next 3 double crochets. But can I give you a tip here? We’re going to do
motif A, so right where we have the corner–
so we have the 5, the middle one here is
going to still continue to be the corner. Every time we get
to the middle one, right where we’re
about to do, we want to put in 3 single
crochets into there. And we want to– so that it
allows you to turn the corner. So it’s just a really quite
easy pattern to follow. So let’s go into the next one. So 1 single crochet so. We follow exactly what it says,
you’ll end up on the corner. So you’re just doing 3
single crochets in a row. And look, we’re here on
the middle one of the 5. So the middle one
of the 5 is going to have 3 single
crochets just like that. So now, what you’re
just going to do is that you’re going
to single crochet all the way across until you get
to the middle one of the next 5 again, and then you
will do 3 there as well. See how easy that is? This is motif A.
So we’ve got 1– so you can either count it. I think it says 8– yeah, it says 8. But I’m not going
to bother because I know that my counts
are right anyway, but you can count it if
you feel inclined to do so. But I’m just going to look
for that middle of the 5. On motif B, you are
going to want to count, so maybe you give yourself
a little bit of a rest. So here we go, the
middle one of the 5 is going to be 3
single crochets again. I want you to continue to
do this all the way around and then fasten
off, and I want you to do two motif A’s complete
for your set of slippers, and then we’re going
to move on to motif B. When you get all the way
back around on motif A, remember that we did one
and we joined it once, and then we did 3 single
crochets in a row– so that gives you 4. And we know according
to the pattern that there’s 8 single crochets
in between the corners. So when we finished the last
corner here and finish up, just keep in mind that you only
have 4 single crochets left– 2, 3. Your counts are so
important on this stuff. So once you get
your 4 in, just join into the top of the
beginning single crochet, and then that finishes
that one off just like so. Please do another motif
A– so do one more. And keep it aside,
and just make sure that you don’t get confused on
what is motif A and B. It might become very obvious,
but just keep it separate so that you
know which one is which. So do another motif
A, and then come back and join me and we’ll
do motif B together. Let’s begin motif B.
So you need total of 4 of these motifs for
a complete pair. So what we’re going
to start off with is that you can start off
in any one of these sections if you wish, because we
have them fastened off. Here’s my recommendation. So what I want you to do
is I want you to locate a center one of the 5. And now don’t include that
one, and just count back 5. So 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5,
and go to the next one, which is number 6. And put your hook in. It makes sense in just a moment. So I want you to
create a slipknot and fasten your yarn
onto that 6th one away. So now that you
have that– and it’s fairly close to this
first corner right here. So I want you to chain one,
and it says to single crochet into the same space. And then it says,
according to this, is that you’re going to do
one single crochet in each of the next 5. So here’s your 5. So 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. And guess what? The next stitch
is the center one that you needed in order
to do the 3 single crochets into the next one. So you’re maintaining that, so
it’s the easiest way to do it. So 1, 2, and 3. Now according to
the instructions, that we have to then do exactly
what we do with motif A, and we have to do this
for almost most of it, but then we have to change. So let’s continue to do
this pattern once again. So we’re going to do one single
crochet in each of the next 8. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. And guess what? It takes you to the
middle one of the next 5. That’s if your counts
are right, right? So you’re going to put
in 3 single crochets again into that one. And the instruction
said to do that twice, so we’re going to that again. So the next 8 will
be single crochets. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. And then the next one
is the next corner, so there’s 3 single crochets. This is where I want you to
just kind of stop at this moment and let’s quickly reflect
on what we’re doing. So we now have our
3 and we’ve got to repeat this pattern one more
time so that the next 8 will be on its own. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
7, and 8, and that I’ll take you then to the
middle one again. So put 3 single
crochets in there. And this is where we need
to stop at this point, because we need to place
them stitch markers. So how you’re looking
at the boots– so if you wearing it, you would
see that the line coming up from the back of your heel. This is the top
of the heel area, and then this is the front
leading to the foot area. So what I want you to do is
on the middle one of the 3 last single crochets
you put into, I want to put in
a stitch marker. And this marks
exactly where we need to start assembling things. So this is just bare yarn. If you want to use an official
marker, that’s up to you. So carrying on for
this pattern, it says that we have
to single crochet for the next 14 stitches. So we have to go 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14. OK, so we just went
that way all together. And now the very next one,
we are going to have 2– sorry, 3 single crochets. So 1, 2, and 3. And then in the
middle one, we want to put another stitch
marker in there. And that helps us to
know which is which. So this is the base area. And all you just need
to do at this point is just the remainder
stitches, you’re just going to put
in a single crochet. So 1, 2, 3, and 4– and
just finish it like so. And then just join it to the
top of the beginning just like that. So now by the stitch
markers, we can see that it’s kind of flattened
off at the bottom that. We still have the
back of the heel, we have the top, and
then the forward. So I need you to do 4 of
these motifs altogether. So this is number 1. You can come back and join
me and get those done, and then we’ll start putting
some stuff together and then making some sense of
this pattern as well. OK, so we’re now ready
to go onto the next part, and you will have two motif
B’s for each of your slippers– so you’ll have 4 of them
completely if you’re doing a pair. And then you’re going
to have 1 motif A for the other pair of slippers. So we have marked with
our stitch markers where we’re going
to be doing it, and we’re going
to be using these as an idea of where to join. And what we just need to do is
then refer back to the pattern and show you where to join, and
that’s coming up right next. So back to the pattern. If we look at this diagram here,
it says the seam is the dash. So we can see motif A is
going to be joining here. OK, so if we look
at it here, motif A when we look at the slipper– so we look straight down. One side is coming to
one side of the hexagon, and the other one is coming to
the other side just like that. So what I would probably
recommend we do– so here’s motif A. And we’re
going to be able to do it. So I’m going to join
like this, and we’re going to do back-joining only. And I’ll show you
how to do that, and then the other
one is going to join to the other side of that. And what we need
to pay attention to is where these
stitch markers are. So I got to make sure that
it joins where we exactly can see it on this
pattern, so we’ve got to make it stays to
the outsides for when we’re doing the stitch markers. Let me show you how
to join it, then we’ll get more detailed
in [INAUDIBLE].. So what we’re going to do
now is we’re going to join. So this is motif A, and this
is motif B. Using these– stitch markers stay toward
the outside of the joint just like this. So taking both, just turn it
upside-down so you can see it. You’re just going to
turn it in a way that makes it easiest for me. So I’m going to just create
a slipknot on one side. And I’m going to put
a darning needle in– our yarn into my darning needle. And what I want to
do is that I want to go in the back
of the stitch first. So there’s always 2 stitches
when it comes to doing crochet. What I want you to do is come
into the first loop that’s closest to you. And so I want to come out
and I want to start off in the very first one– that is, the middle one of
the 3 that is in the corner. So just go into
that one loop only, and then grabbing the matching
one on the other side. Coming across. So pull through, and
just put your needle through the slipknot, and that
will lock that into position. And then when I go to
continue to do this, I want to keep that
straggler down on top. I want to work towards
me and just continue to go in the one loop on
one side of the motif, one loop on the other, and
making sure you go up over top of that straggler so
you can keep that in check. Continue to work
all the way down. When you get to this
point here, you’re going to want to fasten off. And then you want to repeat
it for the other side. So you got to just
remember which one is motif A and B,
and the easiest way to do that is that
B has been marked with these stitch
markers as well. So continue that,
and I’ll show you how to just quickly end this
once you get to the end. So I’m coming close to the
bottom of the seam line– there’s only one line across. And I want to match it
right to the stitch marker, and that’ll be on
the other side– it’s the middle one of the 3. So making sure I go
into the back loop only. There we go, got it. I’m trying not to grab
my stitch marker in there because it’s harder
to get out if you’re trap it into the fibers. So once I’m in,
what I’m going to do is that I’m just going to
make a quick little knot, and then I’m going to show
you how to weave them in. So to do that, I’m just going
to put it through the loop. And a yarn can never stretch
in 3 different directions at the same time, so
you’re going to go across, just gliding it into some
fibers in one direction. You’re going to go a second
time in the opposite direction. Again, in a different
group of fibers. That’s 2. And then go a third time. And you want to keep
going in different fibers when you do that
or it’ll fall out. So now you’ve completely
fastened that in, and then you can trim the
other one because you’ve been hiding that one, too. So basically you can
turn this back over– so this is the top
my foot for motif A. And then this here
will then be motif B, and we’re going to attach the
other one to the other side here and do the
exact same thing. Just working our way
down the line and then right down to the stitch
marker just like so. So please do that one on
your own, and I’ll be back and I’ll show you
how to continue. So now I have my 2 sections
then done together. And remember, this is
going to fold in a way that it’s going to
look like a slipper, but it’s not quite ready
yet, so what we want to do is that we want to attach to
the back area part together. So if you look at the
diagram once again, is that we’re going to be
attaching– see the other seam line right here and here? Those are going to
attach together. So really, what you
need is that you’re going to have to empty spots
where your foot is going to slide into the
slipper right here, but the back seam
here should be closed. So make sure you turn it
inside-out before you do that. So you’re looking at the
wrong side once again, and just sew up the
back line right there. So we want to keep it so that’s
easy to remember, and just make sure that you are
getting the right seam when you go to do that,
so it’s right there. Right there. So this will be the whole
open area for the sole, and then we’ll be
covering that next. So I want you to sew those
sections together and just follow the stitch work up using
the stitch markers and all the way to the top
section right here. Once you get that back
seam done, just like so, you’re going to turn
it inside-out again. Sorry, inside-right–
or it was inside-out. So here’s what it
looks like so far. So so far, your leg and
foot will go down into here, but we have no sole to
work with at this time. So now we’re going
to do the sole. So these stitch markers
that you did have in there, you can take those out. We’re no longer going to
be watching for those. But we need to put in a
stitch marker in the center. So what I’ve done here,
on TheCrochetCrowd.com, I’m going to put a copy
of my working notes here. And this is the heel area
here, and I’ve shown you how stitches can come together. And we’re going to
be covering this, there’s 7 rotations around. And then this here
is the toe area. You’re going to
notice in the toe area that it wraps more
around, it sweeps with more single
crochets together than it does in the heel. So what I have done here is if
for any chance or any reason you are messed up on the sizing
at any way, as long as you always know what the
center point is– so the center point will always
have a single crochet coming down the middle, and you
can see the two together are on both sides of
that center line– same with the back here– this is easy to count. So you can count
back to 11 stitches, and that’s where you’re
going to start this one. Round number 2 is just– so round number 3 is all
just single crochet around; round number 4 we
start doing that again, and that’s 11 stitches
from the center. And it’s the same on
the other side as well. And you can keep going
around and around and making it very
easy to remember. So what I want you to make
this a lot easier for you, I want you at the center point– so right where there’s 3 single
crochets right in the center point, I want you to
place a stitch marker, and that will be the
center point for what you can work on that diagram with. And it’s just a lot
easier if you know that. So just put in a
stitch marker that you know is not going
to follow too much, and we’re going to
be working around– all the way around in this
bottom area just like so. So when I have the other
one, you can kind of see, it lifts up here
as the two join. And then you can see,
it comes together. So we’re going to just
work on the outside and get ourselves more
narrow, and then just join it with the middle just like that. So let’s begin round
number 1 of the sole. So do you notice how you got
these lines that come straight down, they look like
they’re like shoe marks? It’s kind of a neat effect. This is because we’re
on the back loops only for the entire
first revolution. So when we go to
start that, we have to be very conscientious
of that so that we can keep one of the lines up. So if you see it here,
there’s two strands we want to play with in this
one here and not the first one, so we get that beautiful line
that is coming up all the way around. So let’s begin, and I’m
going to use a darker sole. It just make sense in my house– I got cats. So what we have
here is that I want to go to the back middle
strand just right here. Just go right into
the middle one. And that one I want to
get on the back loop only. So once we get that
first one, we’re always going to
mark it as our back. So we’re going to
chain up one first, and for the first
entire revolution, we’re going to single crochet
in the back loop only. We’re just going to
go into the back loop of each one of the single
crochets all the way around. When you get to
that stitch marker– when I get there, I’m going to
move the stitch marker up one so I’d never lose my
center point of my foot. So you’re going to be riding up
and down throughout the hexagon shapes. Just stick with it, it
will balance itself out. And you’re getting
this beautiful line that we talked about. Let me just fast
forward and get you to the center point of the foot. We’re coming up not to
the center foot yet, but we just want to make
sure that we’re just capturing every stitch. So just making
sure you’re getting everything along the way. You don’t want to
be adding any extra. And if you are
adding extra, just be consistent that
you’re adding extra. So you see how I jumped
in between there? I’m just looking
for the back loops and it gives me a great
indication of doing so. So I’m coming up close to the
toe or the front of the shoe or slipper. I have a tendency when I
use slippers that I never do the same size twice. [LAUGHS] Especially for babies. You’re off by one stitch and
it makes a huge difference. So what I want to
do is I want to make sure I’m trying to be as
successful as possible and not adding any
extra than I need to. So I’m coming up close
to the stitch marker here, which is
the next one here. So I’m just going to move
it out of the way just get the back loop of that one. And before I continue, I
want to take the tail of that and pull it through. And then that represents the
new center point as they go up. So I’m going to continue
to single crochet all the way around
in the back loop, and I’ll meet you back
there in just a minute. And this is rule
number 1 of the heel. Coming up all the way
to the back of the heel, and I’m just going
to slip-stitch to the beginning,
single crochet, and that completes
off round number 1. Let’s get ourselves set up. I’m going to create some more
stitch markers for myself, and I want to show what I
can do with those in order to make it a lot easier. So we have to keep getting
smaller and smaller toward the inside, and so we
have to refer to my diagram that I’ve done for you, or just
follow the written instructions to be able to get that, but
I’ll show you a trick for that. So I’m coming to my diagram
here, and for round number 2, I noticed that I have to
go 11 stitches before I get to the center point. So I don’t include
that center point when I’m going to count 11,
and it does a single together crochet first thing– or
single crochet together, it does that 4
times in a row, then it hits the center point
and then another 4 times on the other side. So what I want to
do is that I want to now count back from the
center point of my thing. So I’m going to come around,
and here’s the center point. So I’m going to
count back to 11. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
7, 8, 9, 10, and 11. And then the 11th one, I want
to put another single stitch marker there so I know exactly
where it is when I get there. So I don’t have to
worry about counting, and then I can
follow that along. Now when I get back to the
other side, on the other side I determined that it’s 8
stitches before you finish. So I’m going to
count back to the 8. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and
8, and I want to count there. So it’s easy to start it
off the repeat pattern once you get it
done, but it is just a matter of just marking
your stitches there so you can see it a lot better. So let’s carry on
with round number 2. So let’s begin round number 2. So I’ve already
got the first part marked, where we’re going to
start doing the– together decrease over here. And once I start
here, I know what I need to do to go
all the way around, and then I have the other
one started over here for when we go to finish off. So let’s begin round number
2, and round number 2 is– we chain up one first, and
it’s one single crochet into the first one. So the next one is
1 single crochet. Sorry, 1 single
crochet, 2 together. So it’s going to be 2
together, so we just wrap going into the next one. So you have 3
loops in your hook, and then we come around and pull
through both just like that. And we’re going to do that
a total of 3 times in a row. So the next one is going
to be 1 single crochet. So the next one is
2 together again. And that’s for number 2. And then the next
one’s single crochet, and then the final one
is 2 together again– so it’s your third time. So now we’re going to
just single crochet until we get to the
first stitch marker that we’ve already
previously marked. So what that is
doing is starting to pull it underneath the heel. And that’s the whole concept. So this is going to
get faster and faster as we decrease stitches as
we’re working on this process. So you don’t hear me
counting because I’ve already marked my stitches and
where I want to go. So there’s the first
stitch marker coming up, and that’s the first one
that’s going to be 2 together. So the next two are 2 together. And I want to leave that
stitch marker in because I might need it later. So going– so 2 together
for the next one, and then a single crochet. We’ve got to do that
for a total of 4 times before we get here to the
center point of the other foot. So we’re going to do it again. The next one is
a single crochet. The next two are together again. And then a single crochet. And then this is the 4th time. And look at that, the
one right in the middle is one single crochet by itself. I want you to move that stitch
marker up into this section so we know where to find
it for the next rows. And so now we’re going to
continue that same patterning. So the next two are
going to be together. We’re going to do it 4
times on the side as well. So 2 together and then 1 single
crochet for 1; 2 together, and 1 single crochet
for 2; 2 together, 1 single crochet for 3; and
then 2 together, and that’s it. So now you have
completed the first part of this heel section– sorry, the front toe. And so now you can just
safely mosey on back, and the next stitch marker
you’re going to run into is the back of the
heel where we’re going to put some 2 together
stitches in once again. So let’s just single
crochet across. I think the stitch markers
would save everybody a lot of time if they just
take the time to lay it out for themselves, but
again, that’s completely your decision that you– you are the crocheter,
you can do what you want. That’s the easiest way
for me to do it and learn at the same time. Plus, I’m also on camera. For me to give tips and count at
the same time is kind of hard. So for the heel area,
it goes 2 together for a total of 3 times. So those 2 together, a
single crochet, 2 together, single crochet. So the first one will be, at
the stitch marker, 2 together. So here we are. So the next one is 2 together,
and then single crochet. The next one is 2
together, single crochet. And then the final
one is 2 together. And the single
crochet, then, would be the one that’s right
in the center point. So you’re just going
to just join it anyway, you can do it at the beginning. So that concludes
off round number 2, and let’s go for
round number 3 next. Round number 3 is
really easy, no-brainer, it’s just chain 1, 1 single
crochet in the first one. Every stitch around is going
to be 1 single crochet each. So we’re giving
that material time to flex and come up
underneath the foot. And so it’s just 1
single crochet into each, and I’ll see you back
here in just a moment, and then we’ll re-layout
our stitch markers and then begin round number 4. Before I get to round number
4, I’m just on round 3 doing one single
crochet, don’t forget that when you get to
the front of the foot, move that stitch marker up
to match the new center point stitch that you’re working with. And if you look at it, kind
of follow it straight up, and just move it up,
and put it underneath. Like so. And then keep on going. So just one single crochet
each going all the way around. You don’t need to do that
for the back, the one that you had over here– the back stitch marker,
just the first one just to keep ourselves balanced
in the front of the foot. So coming up all
the way back around, I’ve joined with
the slip-stitch, and now here is what we have. You can see that the gapping
is getting smaller and smaller for the bottom of the sole. So let’s begin and look
at the diagram once again, and we’re now going to
move up to round number 4. So round number 4,
we’re going to start off and we’re going to do the 2
together, and it’ll be 3 times again, and then we’ll carry on. So we’re right
where I marked it, it’s another 11 stitches back. So let’s do that first. So I have to– it’s going to
change locations from where it was before– this is what I kind
of wanted to show you. So I’m going to count back– so don’t count that middle one. So we’ve got 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. So right there is where the next
stitch marker is going to go. So I pulled out that other
one and I’m moving it. And when I look back
at the other one, where are we for the heel? It’s 8 stitches back
from where we have. So there’s 8. So when I do number 4, it’s
8 stitches, just like so. So actually, let me just verify
that it’s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8– it’s 9 stitches, sorry. The heel is 9 stitches away. So let’s carry that back. So here’s where I slip-stitched. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
6, 7, 8, and 9. So this is where I’m going to
put it on the back of the heel. So when I get there,
I’ll know what to do. I know this is kind of
cumbersome, but you can see, I don’t really have to
count much when I do that. So let me put my hook
back in, and let’s start off row number 4. Let’s begin row number
4, round number 4. We’re going to chain
up 1, 1 single crochet in the first one. So here we go. And what we’re going to
do is that the next one is going to be 2 together and
we need to do it total 3 times. So we’ve got one and
then single crochet. 2 together again, and
single crochet for 2. And single crochet,
and that was for 3. So now we’re just
going to single crochet along until we hit the
stitch marker once again for the front side of the foot. It’s going to be
quicker coming up on you because we have less
stitches to work with. And once we get there,
for row number 4, it’s going to be a total
of 4 single crochet togethers in a row before
you’re hitting the center point. So the stitch
marker’s right when the first one, so we’re
going to go 2 together for 1, then a single crochet. 2 together again for 2,
and then a single crochet. 2 together again, and
then a single crochet– that’s for 3. And 2 together again and
then a single crochet is right on the center
point, so move up that stitch marker
on that center point that you had it
in, and then start again. So the next one
on the other side will be 2 together for 1,
and then a single crochet. And then 2 together again
for 2 and a single crochet. 2 together again and a single
crochet– and that was for 3. And then 2 together again,
and that’s your fourth one. So now we’re going to continue
to come along the back– or the bottom of
the thing and we’re looking for the
next stitch marker for when we do 2
together before we get to the final part of the heel. Just get the strands
out of the way. So we’re just going to continue
to single crochet across. So the next one is
the stitch marker, so it’s going to be 2
together for this one. That’s for 1, then
a single crochet. 2 together again. That was for 2, and
then a single crochet. And then 2 together
again just like that. And then that
concludes that round, and you have to then just
join with the slip-stitch to the beginning just like that. So let’s begin, and let’s
go for row number 5. Row number 5,
we’re just chaining 1, 1 single crochet
into the first one, and then we’re just going to
just put in 1 single crochet into each. When you get to the
front of the foot, move that stitch marker up
to match the center point, and then just join me
back here in just a moment and then we’ll
start row number 6. There’s only 6 and
7 left and then your entire slipper is done. So I’m coming up all
the way back around, and this is row number 5. So it’s just a single
crochet, and now I want to realign the
stitch markers once again. So this time, let’s
look at the chart. What do we have? So number 6– round 6, like
so, we are going to start off and just do 2 togethers. They’re only be done twice
this time instead of 3 that you’ve seen before. And this time up here is we
only have it showing 3 times, and this starts on row– sorry, 9 stitches back. Let’s go back. So let’s just pull this out. So I’m going to
count 9 stitches– I don’t count the
middle one already. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
6, 7, 8, and 9. Like so. And let’s pull the stitch
marker out and begin that one. And so when I look
back on the chart, so I got row number
6, row number 6. I’m going to be– what do we got? So I got 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. So 6 back. So here’s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. Going to move that stitch
marker for the other side for the heel. So now I’m ready to
go again, and let’s now do round number 6, and
then we have round number 7 and that’s it. So let’s keep on going. Let’s start round 6. We’re going to chain 1, 1
single crochet in the first one. Now we’re only going to do
2 together twice this time around, so the next 2
are together and then a single crochet. And then the next 2
are together, and then the remainder up until
the stitch marker here. It’s going to be 1
single crochet at each. So we’ll be getting
smaller and smaller. So if you’ve been wondering,
the final a middle is going to be just sewn
right down the middle. Now in round number
6, we’re only going to put 2
together in the toe area 3 times on each side of the
central line– so it’s now 4. So let’s do the first one. Here’s the stitch marker,
so the next 2 are together for 1, that single crochet. 2 together. That’s for 2, and then a single
crochet and the 2 together. Just like that. And here we go. So now we’re going to– are at the center line, so
now we have to do it again. So 2 together again, and
then a single crochet. And then 2 together again
and a single crochet. And then 2 together again–
so the third time in a row. And then we’re going
to work our way, and the heel starts right here. So let’s just single crochet
ourselves across to that point. Actually, I’m not, I
don’t need to count, I just got to look
for the stitch marker. And the back heel area only
has 2 together done twice up into the stitch marker. So the stitch marker
represents the first one, so 2 together, and then
single crochet. 2 together, and then the last
stitch is 1 single crochet– sorry, is the join. I always forget
that the last center point is the single crochet. So that concludes
off round number 6, and now we just have
round number 7 to go, and let’s just move the
stitch markers one more time. So let’s move our
stitch markers then from the center point coming up. If you’ve ever get confused, you
can always just look straight down too and you’ll find it. So there’s a center
point right there. I forgot to move
it, which I did. So we have to go to the fifth. OK so 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. That is our first one. Now on the back heel,
let’s turn this around and do the back heel. In the back heel, it is only 5– sorry, 1, 2, 3, 4,
5– it’s 6, sorry. So let’s count back. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
and 6 right there. So we’re ready for
the final revelation, and then we’re going to do the
sewing right down the middle. So to do that,
chain up one first. And so on the back heel area,
it only does 2 together. What do we have? A total of– what do we have? Sorry, I apologize,
it has to be twice. 2 together, 1, and
then single crochet. 2 together, and that’s for 2. And then we single
crochet to the next stitch marker, which should be
the front of the toe area. Now that stitch marker
represents where it starts. So this time in the front end
here, it only appears twice. So 2 together for the next
one, and then a single crochet. 2 together again, single crochet
is right in the center point. And now we’re going
to do 2 together on the other side
for 2 more times. So it was 1, then a single
crochet; 2 together again, and that’s number 2. So we’re going to continue
to go all the way to the– I’m going to take that out to
the stitch marker right here, and that represents
the heel area. And then the back
heel, it only– 2 together only shows up twice,
so this is the first one, and then a single crochet. The next 2 are
together, and then that concludes off this one here. So you just gotta join them. So now that’s it. So what you need to do
with this strand of yarn, just cut it extra
long so you can use it as a darning needle strand. And I want you to turn it
so that it’s on the inside, because right now you’re looking
at the outside of the slipper. So I want you to
turn it inside-out and remove any stitch
markers that you do have and pull that strand
up that you were working with. And I want you to use
your darning needle and do a nice line on
the back loop only, and I’ll show you
that in just a moment. So let’s begin to
use that same strand, get your darning needle out. And I want you to do– just like you joined using the
one loop from one side or one to the other, all I want to
do at this particular point is I want you to
do the same thing. So just grab only one loop
and just whip stitch your way across the seam. You should have equal
in the amount of loops because you’re just going
opposite to each other. And just keep on
going down the middle. And what this will do
is that because we’re going on the one strand only,
that if your feet are ever up on a recliner, that the
bottom side still looks just as nice as the top side. So continue to do that
and I’ll see you back here in just a moment. Fasten it off and let’s
do a quick show and tell, and then you can start
enjoying your slippers whenever you finish
this tutorial. My bottom is now
sewed completely, so let’s turn this
thing inside-out, I haven’t done– or
inside-right and see what it looks like
along the bottom. Just gotta give it
a bit of shaping. And that concludes on
making your slipper. And you just have to
slide your foot right down in the middle in here. And if, for example, this
is too loose for you, what you can just do is
use your darning needle and just sew a few
more of these together, and that will make it tighter
up onto your heel if you wish. And again, that creativity
is completely up to you. So until next time, I’m Mikey. On behalf of The Crochet Crowd
as well as Yarnspirations.com, please enjoy your
new pair of slippers. And if you get these
done, we’d love to see your creativity of
course available on our Facebook pages. So until next time, we’ll see
you, and have a great day. Bye bye. [MUSIC PLAYING]

100 Comments

  • I love this pattern it fits nicely

  • crochet slippeer super easy beginnner by maggie weldo

  • I don't know if it is something i did wrong or I am just confusing myself when looking at it but when looking at the shoe on the left motif B mine is wrong side out to make the pattern work should i have flipped two of the four motifs when adding the trim in order to get a consistent texture facing on all the motifs ? Thanks

  • hey greetings from Maine thanks a million for all your awesome videos i truly love your fresh ideas please keep the videos coming so many of us love your easy to follow videos oxoxo

  • cheers Mikey can I do this with any pattern of granny?

  • sweetie how do you keep adding grannies to turn it into a boot?

  • can you send me a copy of your sole pattern?

  • I see a lot of people asking where to find the pattern, and what yarn to use. I found the pattern here: http://www.yarnspirations.com/patterns/granny-slippers-1.html

  • love you men … so easy my sister love it . I start doing croche after my mother died to help me with the grieving ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ขthis was 5 years ago from then I. so addicted to it keep doing things and I love it . as I'm a guy I start doing hide from family and friends h๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜“ but now I dint care and doing in front of every one . my sisters ask me to do a pair of sleepers each on t difrent colors looks fantastic …๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰

  • I had to alter the pattern myself because it should have been 3 different motifs instead of 2. These 2 motifs alone don't line up evenly.

  • Muy linda las pantuflas, pero no entiendo ingles, alquien puede ayudarme a econtrar las indicaciones en espaรฑol, gracias

  • niceee !!! se escucha perfecto,explica perfecto ,la cรกmara perfecta y estรกn hermosas ,es uno de los poquitos vรญdeos que estรก perfecto que he visto!!!!!!!

  • I'm a size ten foot, could I alter this to make it bigger for my foot?

  • Hi, i'm Debora from Argentina, Can you tell me how calculate the sizes!?, thanks.

  • Get ourselves a cookie??..lol..YOU ARE FANTASTIC………..thank you ..they are jussst grreatttt..

  • ร–nskar svenskt tal.Var kรถper man beskrivningar till dessa objekt.

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  • Bravo! Beauthifoul!

  • Thanks Mikey, great tutorial as always and lovely slippers too. x

  • tu encina muito bem adorei obrigado.

  • how many A do you need if you want to extend

  • Que lindo sapatinho amei Parabรฉns

  • Would you please show the child and baby slipper too?

  • where can I get the pattern for this please?

  • Can't wait to start making a pair for myself. Not quite sure what the equivalent ply is for the wool in Australia. Thanks heaps for your tutorials. So clear and easy to keep up with.

  • Thank you so much for this tutorial, Mikey! I made my mom a pair, my niece a pair and myself a pair. We all love our slippers! I also shared a picture of a pair I made on your Facebook page. Thanks again!! P.S. I hope all is well with Dan.

  • how do you make it for an adult male?

  • Mikey, im having trouble. I know my counts are right, but i cant get motif b to come out right. i always have more than 4 stitches left at the end. so i have given up. i cannot figured it out. ๐Ÿ™

  • Lovely slippers ๐Ÿ™‚

  • ุงุจุฏุงุงุงุงุน

  • How many skeins, please? Thank you!!

  • I'm so confused. I have tried and tried to figure out how to line up motif A and the 2 motif Bs so that it comes out correctly but it just doesn't make sense. Please help.

  • I do not speak English and the video has no subtitles. My number is 39 but I can not understand how to get to my size to finish it. The literature samples in the video where I get?

  • www Amazing i like it
    thank you so much ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  • plz explain me how to make it in big size

  • Very nice

  • Hi my name is Raquel I live in Puerto Rico I am kind of a beginner I have not crochet for many years now but I am getting back to it I just made the first granny slippers but it seem to big should I use a smaller crochet hook and do you have a written pattern that I can download. thank you so much for your ideas one I must tell you.ย  You are great teacher that is why I was able to make the first slipper you explain very well. God bless thanks again.

  • HELLO Crochet crowd i love your tutorial but please on motif B after 14 stitches you sad 3 more but was it in the same stitch?
    please explain
    regards Dana

  • TY! I just completed a pair for hubby – he said they're comfy ๐Ÿ˜€

  • Suou make. For lady ou men? Please

  • kitne number crohad lgega btana

  • sad, they arena to small!

  • I must be totally stupid or something. I made them exactly as described, however, matching motif A & B: one B has to be turned the wrong way to match the diagram. Shouldn't there be a right motif B and a left motif B?

  • very very nice

  • Twat! Should have read the commnts on here beforeย I started as the sdes on the slippers need to e mirrored. Should be motif A, B AND C.

  • Can u give me please measurement for big granny slippers no. 9

  • Round 3 for motif b is different in the written pattern. You said to make round 3 same for all motifs

  • Motif b's should end up flat on sides. And the written shows how to do that

  • stupendo

  • I finished my 1st pair of granny square slippers. I love it!
    Thanks for these how to tutorials.

  • SUPER COOL!!!

  • its for baby or woman??

  • The beginning of the video says it fits 7-9 but I made a pair and they barely fit size five. I followed the instructions exactly. Is there a way to make them bigger?

  • hi, is it possible to make these in a mens size 14/15? my husband wants me to attempt a pair of slippers to fit his feet as his size is so hard to come by. please could you advise how I can adapt to fit his shoe size?
    thank you

  • How long on average does it take you to make a pair; without sewing in ends or anything?
    I'm curious how much time to set aside and we seem to be at similar crochet pace.

  • SUPER!!!!!!!

  • Not to take away from the tutorial. I have a suggestion that may help for placement (orientation)of motif A and B without mirroring or turning the last round.
    Mikey if you find a better/easier method please insert.

    1. Motif A: face up, toe point downward/@you

    2. Motif B: face down/right sides together, matching sides, bringing/folding #rs backward

    3. Motif A(1)-B(2): pick up like sandwich(should look like a Mercedes/Peace sign)Perpendicular
    With (2) right angles; horizontal line with a vertical line in the middle. (I'm kinda geeky)๐Ÿค“

    4. Stitch accordingly across straight line. Stitches should be lined easier to see and doesn't have an effect on sole of slipper.

    Hope this helps, this was my outcome after several attempts and (3) more to go. Whew

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  • Hi my name is Raquel I live in Puerto Rico I just love these slipper I have done one only but I have try to get the pattern in this site you give but all I see is like XXX and other things but the pattern is not loading is there another place that I can get the pattern. like I said I just love your video do you by any chance have a DVD that show this granny hexagon slippers I already have a DVD of your with hats. Well thank you so much for your inspiration you are a great teacher.

  • Just finished doing a pair but I had to give them to my daughter which they barely fit her. I'm a size 11 and shes a size 9. How do I make them bigger? I went to pattern link but nothing for my big feet. ๐Ÿ™ Help please Thanks.

  • hii… my mother is a big lover of this tutorial… she has made it as beautiful as u hv done it… thankyou so much for teaching her that.. I can now flaunt these lovely granny slippers among my friends…

  • wow!!! amazing!! thanks for sharing!!

  • They look great but wouldn't they be slippery on a hard floor surface?

  • mikey.. its right side out.. lol

  • what brilliant workmanship

  • Well that was a waste of yarn.

  • ๐Ÿช

  • I don't know if anyone here has worn a pair of these before, but , my mother made me a pair when I was a teenager, and the bottom- inside of the slipper hurt the bottom of my foot REAL BAD! I would suggest that anyone making these for yourself or as a gift to put a fairly thick piece of quilt batting in the bottom of the slipper, then line the whole inside of it with a nice heavy duty piece of matching satin! The kind of satin they used to make slippers from back in the 30's-40's ! This will save yours' and whomever else you make them for' s feet from a lot of pain, trust me! Not sure of the difference if you use a super soft yarn? I' m thinking there will still be some discomfort ?

  • I love these slippers. Thank you for sharing.

  • Thank you so much i made one for me and it looked so beautiful thanks

  • Is this Mikey

  • Wasted a day getting all the bits together and the stitches didn't match up. Not nice when working on a deadline. Thank you, your vid are usually very good, but won't be using this one again.

  • Thank you for every thing i made 2 of it and it looks so beautiful

  • this slipper here inspired me to make my own design of slipper.

  • I followed the pattern, but they are really small and there is no room between the sole and the toe. I give this a 1 out of 5

  • Thank you much for teaching us new tutorial. I learned crochet from my grandmother.
    I have an ideas It we'll be very easy if we make 5 beautiful flowers for each slip. That's my mag nation. Hope everyone agree with that. Good luck ๐Ÿ‘

  • please sir Hindi me btaeye

  • Such a shame, I spent a lot of time on this project, now only just reading through the comments, there is a mistake in the instructions you're giving.
    Also, I followed everything quite closely and these seem a bit small for size 39eu feet… Pitty ๐Ÿ™

  • Is this one size fits all kinda thing?

  • I followed your tutorial, but for some reason my squares didn't quit match up, don't know what I did wrong, I'm a fairly good crocheter but find it a little difficult to follow your tutorials, can't quit clearly see some of your hook placement, I luv the look of the slippers, will try again.

  • osammmm so so beautifullllll

  • I have finished a sz 9 in this slipper boot? I believe more explanations as to why stitch marker's are where they are, and changing in rows in question would be helpful? You state, we will soon see why , with the pattern, how the placement of mrkrs begin to make sense? I am not as great as you are a crocheting, & now patterns after making sz 9 women's? I do read patterns, I can make own, with the number of decreases or increases needed to finish. So, this is not the problem! I watched over & over trying to understand, figuring it would click finally? I must be missing something? The slipper boots, 1st pair, did match st to st, I must be doing something right? I do want to add, I understand you can't return ea question, but those w legitimate difficulties do need to be heard! The deaf, language barriers, and a lot of others w tutorials add the few line's of written patterns prior to that steps? This could help you, those who don't read patterns would learn to. Less problems from subscribers means questions go down, etc. You do a excellent job showing tut, and I appreciate this! There is no but, you were ready for it:) Thank you for your time for us all! And great boots!

  • I have done the six motifs and am trying to stitch them together.ย  But the second marker is in the middle of nowhere.ย  I there a right and a left slipper or what am I not understanding.ย  Please help out.

  • thanks for sharing. how to make it a bit bigger. can we make motifs bigger.

  • Thank you I have now completed 2 pairs of granny slippers. The last ones I crocheted around the top and added a loop to pull on with. Also inserted a thin insole and non slip bottom sewn on cut out from that thin non slip under carpet material. These are great on my very cold tiled floorsย . More about to be started for friends who admire them. Happy crocheting everyone.

  • I made a pair of these a couple of years ago, and keep them at the office to wear after I take my boots off when I come to work in the winter. I made 2 additional motifs per slipper, to make them taller/bootie-length (even that minimal ankle support helps prevent my feet getting puffy and sore by afternoon). I used a combination of Red Heart Super Saver and Red Heart with Love; the soles are starting to wear out now — but I have more than enough stash that needs to be used up , so I surely don't mind an excuse to stashbust!

  • l love these slippers and followed Mikey to the last stitch….but alas….they are only about a size 6. Need instructions for a soles 8-9 which is an average ladies foot. The comments below about having difficulty matching the motifs up can become quite clear when you get the printed pattern and see the diagram. Thanks Mikey.

  • Adorbs !! You can really coordinate great colors w/this project…. clear n concise instructions you give which helps to simplify even more ! Enjoyable tutorial….
    Thanx ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘

  • linda

  • Thank you for sharing the adult slipper first

  • ์ง€๊ธˆ ์ด ์ž‘ํ’ˆ์€ ๋”ฐ๋ผํ•˜๊ธฐ ์‰ฝ๊ฒ ์–ด์š” ์ •๋ง ์˜ˆ์ฉ๋‹ˆ๋‹ค ์‰ฝ๊ฒŒ ๋”ฐ๋ผ ํ• ์ˆ˜์žˆ๋Š” ์ž‘ํ’ˆ ๋งŽ์ด ์˜ฌ๋ ค์ฃผ์„ธ์š” ํ•ญ์ƒ ๊ฑด๊ฐ• ํ•˜์‹œ๊ณ  ํ–‰๋ณตํ•˜์„ธ์š” ์ „ ์„ค๋ช…์„ ์•Œ์•„๋“ค์„์ˆ˜ ์—†์–ด์š”

  • Nice……

  • They turned out huge! But they fit my dad and he likes them. I'm gonna try them again with a smaller yarn and hook and play with some color combos. Beautiful pattern.

  • Nice booties.hiindi he englies me kese banana he.katana pass a dalana he.

  • First I love the crochet crowd tutorials. I noticed he had the same problem that a lot of the comments mention he just didn't point it out. That is when he says for us to sew on the other side then cuts to the second motif B already sewn on. those of you watching the video pay close attention at 26:49 you will see that he had the same issue with the extra stitches and the seem is crooked due to the extra stitches.

  • Get the free pattern at: http://thecrochetcrowd.com/crochet-granny-slippers-tutorial/

  • I love love ..shoes๐Ÿ‘Œ

  • Written pattern is gone.. how do I make this larger? Male feet are a bit bigger.

  • Thank you so much for your kindness. Your video is very easy to understand. I will try it.

  • Wow that was a long one!

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