Sunday, January 3, 2016

Women's Crocheted Boot Slippers

A few weeks ago I collected a few slipper patterns for the whole family. You can find that post HERE

I was supposed to make at least five pairs. 

How did I do? Not good. 

I managed to complete three pairs. The first pair was for my granddaughter. You can see it HERE.

The second set of slippers was made for one of my daughters. She wanted black boot slippers. 

I had a really hard time finding a free boot slipper pattern so I made my own.

To make these awesome boot slippers, you need to know how to crochet a double crochet, a single crochet and a bobble stitch.



Women's Crocheted Boot Slippers
My daughter absolutely loves her slippers and wants more. 

Silly girl. I have several other projects to finish before I can get back to making something for her. If she's lucky she might get a pair next winter. LOL. 


Crocheted Boot Slippers



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26 comments:

  1. that is so awesome, I tried to make a slipper once and I failed so hard...I am better at blankets and hats. Stopping by from #MeanderingMondays

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    1. You should definitely give it another try. I started out with blankets then hats too.

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  2. I love these slippers and need a good winter crochet project to start (I've just completed 15 scarves and am looking for something new). Will you be sharing your pattern, Darlene? (can you hear my hopeful tone?)

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    1. 15 scarves? Holy cow women you are a crocheting maniac! You have been busy.

      I hope to be able to write up the pattern this week. Although I hear there is a similar slipper on Ravelry.

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  3. Darlene, I LOVE them! I want a pair. Oooh. I think I have to get out my crochet hooks :)

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    1. Thanks. I love making slippers - a quick and easy project for a relaxing afternoon.

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  4. these slipper boots look comfy!! :) Maybe I can get a pair done!

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    1. They are comfy. I tried them on before I gave them to my daughter.

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  5. I'm guessing Christina was the foot model this time! Lol! These slippers look really comfortable and nice, you should throw some up in your shop!

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  6. These look so comfortable and have an ageless appeal to them which is always good! I've always admired those who can crochet and knit. My Mother was really good at it and made all our scarves, mittens and hats every year and gifted everyone we knew with them too.

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    1. Sounds like your Mom was pretty busy crocheting.

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  7. These are great! Thanks for sharing with #FiberTuesdays! I hope you join us again this week.
    Susie
    www.ouicrochet.com

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    1. I wish I could but I don't have a project finished this week.

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  8. Wow Darlene, you made such pretty crochet slippers. Thanks for sharing at Cooking and Crafting with J&J!!

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    1. Thanks Julie. You always have something nice to say.

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  9. Ha! These are so cute!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  10. Hi Darlene! These slippers are super cute! My daughter is looking over my shoulder and your slippers caught her attention. She says, "Check that one out." Thanks so much for sharing this over at Let's Get Real. Now......to find somebody who can make these for me.

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    1. Thanks Christina. I still have to add something to the bottom of the slippers so they are anti-skid. Is that the right term?

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  11. would love to make these slippers for myself, my sister and daughters, but where is the pattern

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    1. I was hoping to be able to write out this pattern by the end of the week but it looks like it's not going to happen. I will definitely get to it this week.

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  12. Darlene these are really cute. They do look like boots. You are so talented to be able to make these.

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    1. Hi Mary, Thanks so much. I really like the bobbles at the top of the boot.

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  13. What cute slippers! I love the texture on the cuffs.

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