Spa Crochet Slippers Pattern

Spa Crochet Slippers Pattern

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Spa Crochet Slippers Pattern
Spa Crochet Slippers Pattern
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Treat yourself to the spa at home with this Spa Crochet Slippers Pattern. These free crochet patterns sooth your aching feet as you go about doing chores, making dinner, or just relaxing inside your house. Use some worsted weight yarn to put together your soft and cozy pair of slippers. You can learn how to crochet slippers fairly quickly and easily due to the double yarn and large hook size. These wearable crafts make great gifts - you could use different colored yarn for each member of your family and hand the slippers out at Christmas!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteWeekend project

MaterialsYarn

Primary TechniqueCrochet

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Project TypeMake a Project

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I use puff paint to make cute personalized deigns on the bottom of the soles

These slippers don't look complicated at all. The tutorial is very informative, easy to follow and full of tips and tricks. There's a YouTube video that helps you get started on the magic circle so if you're a beginner taking on a more advanced project look no further. Slippers keep your feet warm and comfortable and these can also double up and house slippers when all your socks are in the wash.

I could use this Spa Crochet Slippers Pattern during winter. Aside from wearing socks, this can be a substitute ta make it look like you're still wearing shoes. I just hope it's not slippery especially on tiles. Can be nice present too!

I just love the way these look, and they appear to be easy to make. I am going to be very busy making these for my granddaughters for Christmas this year. I think I will make them each several pair in different colors. That way, when one pair is in the washer they will have one to wear.

I really like these crocheted slippers they really are perfect for wearing around the house they stay on well and are easy to make. I have slippery wood floors so I use hot glue on the bottoms to make them non stick and it works great. I do believe that I will be making a few pairs of these for presents.

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