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crochet pattern: in-a-jiffy slippers for your princess


I find it endearing that my daughter thinks I can make anything for her out of a ball of yarn.  Of course, I cannot.  But I was happy to oblige her when Grandma came to town this week and bought her a Belle dress she’s had her eyes on for several months (she has the patience of…of…of whatever animal has lots of patience–I swear sometimes I can actually hear my brain cells going to sleep).


She came home excited to finally have her dress but completely perplexed that she didn’t have a pair of Belle shoes to match.  I don’t know about you but I abhor those plastic things they sell in the stores, so I decided to whip these up.  I usually don’t do anything quickly but I really did make these in about an hour. 


These are quick, easy to personalize to any dress-up outfit, and even easier to tailor to your daughter’s foot size.  This pattern would easily fit a Toddler Size 9-10, but you can adjust for a longer foot by adding rows to this pattern, or for a narrower toe by adjusting hook size.  The pattern starts in the round to form the toe, then works in rows to form the rest of the slipper.


Materials: Hook Size G, Worsted Weight Yarn (I used Bernat Cotton Tots)


Crochet the Basic Slipper:


Chain 2


Rnd 1: 6 sc in second chain from the hook; join with sl st


Rnd 2: ch 2 (counts as dc), dc in same st, 2 dc in each of five remaining stitches; join with sl st [12 st]


Rnd 3: ch 2 (counts as dc), 2 dc in next st, *dc in next st, 2 dc in next st* repeat from * around; join with sl st [18 st]


Rnd 4: ch 2 (counts as dc), dc in each remaining 17 st; join with sl st [18st]


Rnd 5: repeat Rnd 4


Row 6: ch 2 (counts as dc); dc in next 16 st (stopping short of last stitch) [17 st]


Row 7-13: ch 2, turn; dc in next 16 st [17 st]


Row 14: ch 2, dc in same st; dc in next 15 st, 2 dc in last st [19 st]


Finish off: fold the slipper in half and whip stitch the heel closed


To Embellish:


With scraps of coordinating yarn, work a chain of sc around the top of the slipper.  Add a simple tightly-knotted bow of yarn  to the center (and hold your breath hoping it stays that way).


Done!

Karen - Adorable slippers. Please post a picture of E.’s Belle dress; I am dying to see what it looks like :)

Penny - Thank-you for this pattern, I love the color combo you chose, so sweet!

misschris - oh my. I love crochet but can never seem to get the hang of it. These are so cute though!

Angie - I just recently started reading your blog and I love it. Both your girls are very very beautiful! I made this pattern of yours over the weekend and my daughter loves her new slippers. Haven’t yet blogged about it but I will tomorrow. Have a very blessed week and thank you for the pattern!

Kristin Sellars - I love this pattern too and can’t wait to try it! I am just confused when you say join with slip stitch at the end of each row. Where are you supposed to join it? Thanks!

Pat Johnson - these little shoes are delightful and would make any little girl dance with joy. Pat in TN

Brandy S - Thank you for the pattern, my daughter always wears slippers, but we always seem to lose one…this will be a big help!

Rhonda - These look cute could not figure out if I could or couldn’t copy the pattern???

crystal1011 - What do you mean-print it out and use it – of course!
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Date: Sat, 23 Jan 2010 19:15:46 -0800

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KIM - I have been searching the web high & low 4 easy slipper patterns 4 my Grand daughters, I thought I hit the jackPot when I founf this pattern but mine didnt come out right, it look like a long footie when I finished??? (blank stare).

Hollyk - Thanks for the great pattern. I added a Mary Jane strap across her foot so they’d stay on better and a big rose flower instead of the bow. My daughter is the envy in the slipper department now!!

Mimie - thanks for the pattern my little girl is so into the princess ballerina shoes!!, great and easy pattern surely my little princess will love.