What do I love most about these slippers other than the comfort? How quickly they work up!! This CAL has been separated into short segments to it’s easy to grab a few minutes at the end of the day and work up some rounds. At the end of 10 days you will have some wicked awesome slippers to keep warm for the rest of winter.
But don’t just take my word, here is what a few testers have said about the slippers:
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“I love the pattern and these work up so fast! I’ve made 2 pair already!’ -Christy
“First off, these are super super adorable and quick to make!! Thanks again for writing such a fantastic pattern ! People will love it!!” – Brandy
“Briana, I’m in love with these! I used your YouTube video to make the fluffy DK into bulky. IT’S SOOO FLUFFY!!!!!” -Alida
size N/P (10mm), or hook to obtain gauge
Small 1 3/8 inch Pom-Pom Maker
Big Twist Yarns Chunky (Joann’s Brand)
Red Heart Buttercup in White (for cuff)
or Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn
Possible Substitutions (check gauge):
Cascade 128 Superwash
Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Bulky
Plymouth Yarn Select Chunky Merino
Ella Rae Chunky Merino Superwash
Wendy Merino Chunky
Valley Yarns Valley Superwash Bulky
King Cole Merino Blend Chunky
SweetGeorgia Yarns Superwash Chunky
250-375 (approx 200 to 275 yards of the main color and 50-100 for cuff)
sc- single crochet
split sc- split single crochet (defined below)
split sc2tog- split single crochet two together
fpsc- front post single crochet
bpsc- back post single crochet
yo- yarn over
4×4 inches in split sc stitches = 9 rows x 6 stitches
Women’s Shoe Sizes:
B measurement does not include fold-over cuff
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5/6: A- 4 ½, B-4 ½, C- 8 ½
7/8: A- 5, B- 4 ½, C- 9
9/10: A- 5 ½, B- 5, C- 9 ½
11/12: A- 6, B- 5, C- 10
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