"One piece of slippers" Workshop Pattern
This is a crochet slipper with a slightly unusual crocheting style.
If you can do all the basic crocheting methods such as increasing and decreasing the number of stitches, it seems that you can get the point right away.
There are no crochet symbols or crochet charts in this recipe, and the tutorial movie and image commentary are plentiful.
The video is slowly crocheted (and nearly 30 minutes long), so you may want to move your hand right away while you're watching.
Crochet tends to make the crocheted fabric thicker, but the crocheted fabric in this work is especially thick.
If you use thicker yarn, you can crochet solid slippers.
I chose a simple design because I wanted the recipe to be as uncomplicated as possible.
And it is a work that is easy to adjust the size according to the size of the foot of the user.
Since my legs are small, the size described in the recipe is also a little short vertically, but I think the width of the legs is standard.
Of course, you can adjust the width of your legs, and you can easily lengthen it vertically without changing the width, so don't worry.
Also, I would like to tell you that it is recommended to crochet with thicker yarn than Aran.
I enjoyed this crocheting method and crocheted 3 pairs of slippers vigorously, so I would like to tell you the impression of the yarn used, and I got the impression that a slightly stiff and simple thick yarn is the best.
Aran yarn, which is soft to the touch, may be unsatisfactory depending on the yarn.
The mixed brown work in the photo uses Alafosslopi, which is described as the yarn used.
DARUMA Wool Roving was also good.
It's cute to have this thickness, and the crocheted fabric is solid and easy to wear.
Wool roving navy blue COL-5 is cross-stitched on the instep (the recipe has a design).
If you use 2 Wool Rovings, my small size slippers are barely enough (I really wanted a little more), so it's safe to prepare 3 balls.
I'm fantasizing about crocheting a child's size with a different yarn.
It would be nice to sew transparent rubber for accessories on the soles of the slippers with a yarn needle to prevent slipping.
I'm not good at mass production, but this slipper seems to be different.
If you like it ... at some point, you might feel that it's actually easy!
This is a recipe for such new slippers.
Mostly basic technique: ★☆☆☆☆
Difficult to make mistakes: ★★★☆☆
Good tempo: ★★★★☆
Difficult to make mistakes: ★★★★☆
Product number: WS03-001
Format: PDF file, A4, 12 sheets
Tutorial movie: Approximately 29 minutes (The video uses thick yarn for easy viewing)
[Reference work yarn]
DARUMA Wool Roving
Light / DK yarn for embroidery: small amount
For utilization of excess yarn
[Free crochet pattern] Round bag
Alafosslopi Use 48g
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