First Time Mom and Losing It: Toddler Crochet House Slippers Tutorial

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Toddler Crochet House Slippers Tutorial


My daughter loves putting on my house slippers and stomp around in them. I was worried she would trip in them so I decided to make her a replica of mine. Here is how I did them.


Supplies:
  • Simply Soft in Country Blue
  • Simply Soft in Light Country Blue
  • Size H hook 
Stitches: 
  • SC - Single Crochet
  • SS - Slip Stitch
Directions (Repeat twice for the right and left sandal): 

Sole: I followed this awesome tutorial on Jay's Boutique Blog to create the sole.


Strap
Row 1 : Attach Country Blue yarn onto top left side of sole and SC in the next 6 stitches.


Row 2 - 14 : Ch 1, Turn and SC into the 6 stitches you just created.


Finish : Insert hook into corresponding stitch on right side of sole and SS. SS the next 5 stitches to attach the strap to the other side of the sole.  

Flower: I followed this equally awesome tutorial on The Party Artisan to create the flower.


Finishing: Use a large eyed needle and the tail of the flower to securely attach the flower onto the side of the strap. Weave in ends, cut excess and use a little bit of fray check for extra durability.




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29 comments:

  1. Oh goodness! Those slippers are just so darn cute! Aweeee!

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  2. Those are adorable! Nicely done!

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  3. Aw how absolutely adorable! My daughter would have loved those! Will have to bookmark for any nieces!! :)

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  4. How adorable!! I can't crochet, but luckily my kids have grandparents who can!

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  5. These are so cute. I wish I'd done something like this when my niece was little.

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  6. Those are completely precious! I wish I knew how to crochet. I used to know how to knit a little bit, but not anymore.

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  7. Knitted wear looks so cool. It also keep the feet warm on cold weathers.

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  8. These are so cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. These are so cute. I wish I had the skills (and girl) to make them.

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  10. How adorable! My daughter is two and would love those... too bad I don't know how to crochet!

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  11. Those are so cute! Reading the directions on how to make these brought back memories of a woman I used to take care of that was trying to teach me how to crochet. Great post!

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  12. So cute. My daughter would flip if I made these, she is obsessed with shoes. I need to learn how to crochet!

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  13. Oh my goodness those have got to be the cutest slippers ever! You are so talented!

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  14. These turned out super cute! Great gift idea

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  15. I shared this wife my wife. She loves to crochet so I'm sure she'll take inspiration from your post.

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  16. I have not crocheted in years, you may have just inspired me to pick up the needle again. I love these little slippers, I can not only make for my toddler but also her dollies!

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  17. Those are the CUTEST things I have ever seen! I just love everything I find on your blog!

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  18. Oh my goodness these are so cute! Excellent job!

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  19. OMG!! Great job this is something that I can't do even if my life depended on it.

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  20. once again,your creativeness makes for a most fun read!

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  21. Those are adorable! What a cute gift to give for a birthday party for dress up!

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  22. These are adorable and I will have to make them for my niece. I will also make them for my nephews without the flowers. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. They're just as cute as can be. I like that you're sharing the same colors too. :)

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  24. What a fun tutorial! I'd love to learn how to crochet!

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  25. I really wish that I could knit or crochet! It looks so cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  26. These look adorable and comfy! How long did these take to make from start to finish?

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