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crochet slippers

What do you think?
I love them and you would not believe how EASY they are!

These slippers are what gave me the inspiration and I'm so happy she posted a simple tutorial on her blog.

The flowers that I added were my own pattern.

I heart yarn!

So these ones I made as a gift so they don't fit me..

See, they are a little baggy around the ankle but for a size 9 foot it will feet perfect.

I immediately wanted a pair for myself, here is a little work in progress of them.

And here they are on me! So snug warm and perfect! I would like to  embelish them a little but my feet were cold and I was in a hurry.   
Hope you like what you see! I'm going to make More, more more!  
Here are some more ideas for slippers that I found on pinterest:

And aren't these the cutest!!  So tiny and cute. I would have so much fun making these.
Until next time!

More crochet and/or other projects found here:
The Crochet Boulevard
Sew Chatty ,  


  1. oh these are really cute! They look super cozy too! I would love for you to link this project up at Well Crafted Wednesdays! You can find the link here:

  2. Oh they are all soo cute! I love the owl slippers!! So cozy looking! :) xo Holly

  3. GORGEOUS slippers!!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you are having a fabulous festive week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success


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