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If Cinderella wanted to most luxurious place to prop up her feet after a long night of dancing in glass shoes, this If The Slipper Fits Crochet Pouf would be it. The knit mimic stitches swirl and dance across the home décor piece and is exciting to work up.
The cable floor poof is worked in separate pieces and in the round: the top & bottom, and the pouf body. The three pieces are then joined by slip stitching, and an optional zipper is placed for opening and closing the poof. It’s a great option for storing your kid’s stuffed animals or even yarn.
You can now buy a bundle of all the patterns from
the Magical Stitches Course on Etsy; click here!
- Swirls on the Water Crochet Bag
- If The Slipper Fits Crochet Floor Pouf
- Cinderella’s Knit-Look Crochet Pumpkin Pattern
- Happily Ever After Crochet Clutch Pattern
- Journey Under The Sea Crochet Bag
- All Cabled Up In Sunshine Socks
- Royal Antler Crochet Mock Cable Bag
- Enchanted Crochet Hat
Are the Magical Crochet Stitches Hard?
Not at all! The stitches used in the If The Slipper Fits Crochet Pouf you might already know. This is NOT working crochet short rows; much easier than that. To get the knit look, we are uniquely combining just a couple of stitches. Want to get introduced to these stitches? Check out the How to Crochet the Knit Purl Stitch blog post.
This pattern comes with a video tutorial to guide you through each step. And it also has two types of charts to work from as well as written instructions.
What do you use to stuff a crochet pouf?
This is totally up to you! There are several options to choose from. Here are some suggestions for stuffing:
Bean Bag Pellets
Shredded Memory Foam – you could even shred your own from an old memory foam bed mattress pad.
Use the stuffing from old pillows
Place a zipper on one end of the pouf and use as a storage bin for children’s stuffed animals or yarn.
Can’t get enough of the Magical Crochet Stitches?
A few patterns already use this unique crochet technique, and more are on the way. Check out all the stitches in the Magical Crochet Stitches Course:
Royal Antler Crochet Bag
All Cabled Up In Sunshine Crochet Socks
Journey Under The Sea Crochet Bag
Swirls On The Water Crochet Bag
Cinderella’s Knit-Look Crochet Pumpkin Pattern
Happily Ever After Crochet Clutch
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If The Slipper Fits Crochet Pouf Pattern Supplies:
Size J (6mm) Hook – Use code Briana K for 15% off
Yarn & Yardage:
Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick
80% Acrylic, 20% Wool, 106 yds/170g
Colorway: Driftwood (9 balls, 950 yds)
blo – back loop only
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
ssc – split single crochet
sl st – slip stitch
st(s) – stitch(es)
8 sts x 9 rows = 4×4 inches in ssc. Not critical for this project.
The pouf sits approx. 22” wide and 15” tall.
The sizing for this poof can be adjusted to be smaller.
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