by Carmen Statham

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PURSES, SLIPPERS, & BEANIES

Monday, May 9, 2011

Bella Slippers

Introducing the new adult Bella Slippers! These slippers are adorable and work up quickly. I made both slippers in under an hour, so I know you can do the same or better. I used Caron Country for this pattern, but it will look great in cotton or acyrlic. I suggest adding a button or flower if you want them a little more cutsie. For the daring, I suggest fun fur along the top of the finished slippers. I love these slippers because they are quick, seamless, and great to wear around the house.


BELLA SLIPPERS

COPYRIGHT 2011

Do not reproduce or sale pattern. Selling the finished slippers are OK as long as you give credit where credit is due.

**Note: Due to different tensions of each individual and materials used some rows may need to be added or subtracted to make slippers fit.**

MATERIALS:
Carons Country or worsted weight yarn
H/5.00 mm hook
Tapestry needle
Decorative button or flower (optional)

One size fits all.
Make 2
Ch 3,
Row 1: 6 hdc in 3rd ch from hook (6)
Row 2: 2 hdc in each of the next 6 sts, sl st to join (12)
Row 3: *1 hdc in first st, 2 hdc in following st*, repeat from * to *, end with 2 hdc in last st (18)
Row 4: *1 hdc in first st, 2 hdc in following st*, repeat from * to *, end with 2 hdc in last st (27)
Row 5-14: 1 hdc in each of the following 27 sts (27)
Row 15-18 : 1 sc in each of the following 27 sts (27)
Row 19-24: Ch 1, 1 sc in each of the following 18 sts, turn (18)
Row 25-32: Ch1, 1 hdc in each of the following 18 sts, turn (18)
Turn piece inside out. Sc through each st while holding heel together to close.
Fasten off and weave in ends. Turn slipper right side out.

16 comments:

  1. wow this is amazing! ima try this tomorrow! thnx for the pattern!!!!

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  2. I love this pattern! It worked up so quickly. My DD, (14, knows EVERYTHING) wanted it a little taller on the side, so I added 2 rows of sc in a second color. I am planning on making some for christmas. The best part? I wear a 7 1/2 and my DD wears a 9 1/2... but they fit both of us! Now they may not once she starts to wear them....
    Thank you so much for sharing them with us.
    http://linda-price.blogspot.com/

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  3. I'm gonna try it! This looks really great! Thanks for sharing!!

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  4. wow, i can't believe you got both of this done in less than a hour. This is the first time i have tried this pattern, and i'm going on the second hour and still on the first one. hah

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  5. Are these worked in rounds? Should I join with a sl st at the end of Row 1 before continuing with Row 2? And should I also join with a sl st at the ends of rows 3 and 4? I haven't looked at the pattern further, so I may have more questions...
    Thank you for your help.

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  6. Great pattern! I just whipped up a pair for myself and they're super cute! Thanks! :))

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  7. I love this pattern, but I had to modify it to fit my foot. I'm a size 6 shoe & the first attempt was too big. I'm using Paton's Classic Wool, worsted weight. I took two rows out of the 5-14 section, left everything else the same. I added a sc border joining at the back where sewn together. I did 4 rows, dec sc at the beginning & end of each row 2 thru 4. Then it fit nicely on my foot. Awesome little slipper! Thx

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  8. Are the slippers supposed to look like a bowl, because when I reached to row 4 to 15, it started to curve like a hat, a lot.

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  9. I love this pattern! I found it on Ravelry :). Like Dianne, I had to modify it a bit. I crochet loosely, so even with my size 8 foot it came out kinda loose. I removed 2 rounds of hdc from rounds 5-14, and then after the point where the pattern ended, I added 3 rounds of sc around the top to give the heel a little more height. They are really comfy, I wear them all the time at home!

    @Strawberry Cream, I'm understanding you correctly, they you should be on the right track. This pattern is worked from toe to heel instead of starting at the bottom like a lot of other patterns, if that makes sense.

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  10. This is a very nice pattern it's easy and works up fast.
    Thanks

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  11. i just made these and they are AWESOME!!!!!!! :) Thanks for the pattern!

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  12. Just made these slippers to add to my Etsy! (Btw, I put the link to this pattern to give you credit for the pattern!) Thanks! ;)

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/MommyisCrafty

    http://mommyiscrafty.blogspot.com/2012/08/down-crafting-trail-hi-and-welcome-to.html

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  13. ok.. I really love these. I am just a beginner so this may be a silly question. For row 2, is that 2 hdc in the chains, or does it go into the first hdc of the 6?

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  14. Just made these with cotton worsted weight. Came out great! Worked up really quick. I'm a size 7.5 and they were a little too long so I left off the last three rows.

    @CraftyMomma87 - the 2 hdc goes in each of the 6 hdc from the previous row.

    Thanks for the great pattern! Love it. Just pinned it too :)

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  15. wow, i can't believe you got both of this done in less than a hour. This is the first time i have tried this pattern, and i'm going to suggest to all .

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    Men Shoes UK

    Thanks
    Barker Marine

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  16. Perfect! I love these, they were so easy to make and turned out so cute. I loved how it was all one piece. I will be making some for everyone in my family!

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