Sunday, 17 November 2013

544 SCRAPPY SLIPPERS, BABY TO MENS SIZE 13


# 544, SCRAP SLIPPERS
Newborn to Adult XXLarge
By Emi Harrington

Copyright © 2013,
M. E. Harrington
This pattern may be printed for your personal use only. You may not in any form, reproduce, transmit, give away or distribute this pattern, including but not limited to images, diagrams and text, through any venue, including photocopying, other electrical or mechanical means, recording, or any other information storage and or retrieval system.

Permission is granted to sell your finished garments.
If you have any questions about this pattern, you may email me at: meh@eastlink.ca

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MATERIALS:
Worsted weight yarn, 198 grams for adult, 50 grams for baby, all others somewhere in between.
Size 6.5mm crochet hook, (US K 10.5)
Yarn needle
Optional: buttons and shoe laces

INSTRUCTIONS: Gauge: 2 ½ stitches = 1 inch
1.  WORKING WITH 2 STRANDS OF WORSTED WEIGHT YARN:
     (Change colors anywhere you like, or make these in one solid color.)
(See video construction here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOJmMGouupI
     Newborn to 3 Months: Chain 10
     3 to 6 Months: Chain 11
     6 to 12 Months: Chain 12
     1 to 2 Years: Chain 13
      2 to 4 Years: Chain 15
      4 to 6 Years: Chain 17
      6 to 8 Years: Chain 19
      8 to 12 Years: Chain 20
      Adult Small: women 5 to 7: Chain 22
      Adult Medium: women 7 to 9: Chain 23
      Adult Large: women 9 to 11: Chain 25
      Adult XLarge: women size 12, and men size 11: Chain 27
      Adult XXLarge: men size 12 to 13: Chain 28

2.  Single crochet in the 2nd stitch from the hook, and in each stitch of the chain.

3.  *Chain 1 and turn, single crochet in each stitch across the row. 
     Repeat from * for:
     Newborn to 3 Months: 7 more rows.
     3 to 6 Months: 8 more rows.
     6 to 12 Months: 9 more rows.
     1 to 2 Years: 12 more rows.
      2 to 4 Years: 14 more rows.
      4 to 6 Years: 15 more rows.
      6 to 8 Years: 16 more rows.
      8 to 12 Years: 18 more rows.
      Adult Small: women 5 to 7: 20 more rows.
      Adult Medium: women 7 to 9: 22 more rows.
      Adult Large: women 9 to 11: 24 more rows.
      Adult XLarge: women size 12, and men size 11: 26 more         rows.
      Adult XXLarge: men size 12 to 13: 28 more rows.

4.  *Chain 1 and turn, single crochet across the row, skipping every 2nd stitch.
     Repeat from * for one more row, and fasten off with a long yarn end.

5.  Thread the yarn end into a needle, and weave through the last row of stitch.  Photo 4.  Pull to
     gather up, and close the toe end of the slipper.  Fold the slipper in half, and sew across  the top to half
     way across, photo 5.  Secure with a few stitches, and weave the yarn ends into the  finished work.

6.  Attach yarn in the center back stitch at the heel end of the slipper.  Chain 2, double crochet in each stitch
     around the opening of the slipper, at the end of the row, slip  stitch to join. Photo 10.
     *Chain 2 and turn, double crochet in each stitch around, slip stitch to join.  Repeat from * for as many
     rows as you would like.  Fasten off and weave all yarn ends into the finished work.

7.  MAKE THE FLOWER;
     Bottom layer:  Chain 5, slip stitch to join and form a ring. *chain 8, single crochet in the ring, repeat
     from * 5 more times, slip stitch to join and fasten off.
     Top layer: Chain 5, slip stitch to join and form a ring.  *chain 5, single crochet in th ring, repeat from *     
     5 more times, slip stitch to join and fasten off.
     Stack the 2 layers, sew together and sew a button in the center.  Attach to the side of the slipper with    
     matching yarn. Photo 13.

FINISH UP:  Optional: pass a shoe lace, or chained cord through a row of double crochet stitches at the ankle. Photo 11

See the possible variations in the photo above.

END OF PATTERN