16 June 2011

Crochet Slippers


I spotted this free pattern for 'Pippy Slippers' on Pip's site (Meet Me At Mikes) the other week and was super keen to make some for myself.  

When I showed my finished slippers to Symon the other night his instant reply was, "they are so rude!'.  Isn't he lovely?  Reminds me of his loving comments after I crocheted my first coasters (see here).


Anyway, I just love them - they are simple to make and great for any sized feet (and believe me, my feet are as giant as a Yeti's feet).

Oh, and speaking of Yetis, I accidentally made one slipper waaaaaaaaaay too big, so Symon's Yeti softie now has his very own beanie!


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26 comments:

  1. They look great. There is a pattern for some killer mary janes on oh my good knits that you might like too!

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  2. That shot of your cute socks next to the Yeti with his little beanie on just totally cracked me up...is that weird?! :)

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  3. These are very cool! As is the yeti hat!

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  4. So cute! They look nice and cozy :)

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  5. i bookmarked this tutorial, have been wanting to make some slippers for ages now! yours look fab!

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  6. Ella D8:38 am

    LOVE these, we went to Holland this year & these are what a lot of people were wearing. We got given some as a gift (not as snazzy as yours though!). Sooo comfy but maybe tooo comfy as we wore them A LOT & they had some major holes going on! Please keep posted how yours hold up. Love your blog by the way, thanks for sharing snippets of your life and inspiring ideas for other families.

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  7. Super Cute :) You never cease to amaze me! haha

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  8. Thank you for the link! I have wanted a pattern that was easy to follow and it also has great pictures. I am feeling the summer heat, so will definitely add it to my list project list this winter;)
    I would yours are not "rude", but "so sassy"! Great job! :)

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  9. fantastic. im a learner, but might give these a go.

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  10. You could sew a leather sole on them so they last a bit longer :) they look amazing!

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  11. They look so gorgeous and cosy! Love the yeti beenie too :)

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  12. Oh! I *adore* those slippers! They are so cute! I would love to sit down & crochet a pair like them! Angie xo

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  13. To have cute and quirky things to wear or have at home for that 'homeliness' feeling, especially if you make them, = Perfect.

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  14. Red and pink, so great - love.
    Great slippers!

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  15. haha! love the yeti's hat ...hehe
    Cute as slippers you clever thing!!

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  16. As usual you just gave me the kick of inspiration I needed! They look divine!
    I started, stuffed up and gave up all in one day a couple of weeks ago! Pretty proud of that accomplishment ;) hehe!

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  17. LOVE these. I had a pair of "slippocks" one year and I lived in them. Everyone laughed at me alot but I was toasty.
    yours are AWESOME!

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  18. love these! especially that pink. Might have to have a go at these :-)

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  19. So cute! I love the hot pink!

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  20. Ooh, you've done such a good job. I've only made it through one of the slippers (in boring single color). Want to finish them off for me? ;) One warm foot

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  21. they look great! And loving that yeti beanie too!

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  22. LOVE! They look fab :)

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  23. Clare Perkins3:57 am

    These look great!!! Love the colour combo :-) I would love to make some crochet slippers, but am a little worried that they may be to slippy for walking on wooden floors. Does anyone have any ideas of something non-slip that could be attached to the soles? Thinking caps on...

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