Place first stitch of each row in the same stitch as your chain.
Ch-2 at beginning of round does NOT count as a stitch.
Pattern written in US terms.
Here’s a tutorial for the Magic circle. You could also Chain-4, join to first chain to form a circle.
Round 3: Ch-2, * dc in first st, 2dc in next * repeat between * * around, join. (30)
Rounds 4 – 9: Ch-2, dc in each st around. Join. (30)
Round 10: Ch-2, dc in 21 sts. ch-2, sc in next 9 sts. Ch-2, sl to top of first dc.
Round 12: Ch-2, dc in 21 sts, ch-6, sc in center 5 sts. Ch-6, sl st to top of first dc.
Round 13: Ch-2, dc in 21 sts, ch-8, sc in center 3 sts. Ch-8, sl st to top of first dc.
Row 14: Ch-2, dc in 21 sts. (21)
Row 15: Ch-2, turn, 2dc in first, dc in next 19 sts, 2dc in last st (23)
Row 16: ch-2, turn, dc in 23 sts (23)
Row 17: ch-2, turn, 2dc in first, dc in next 21 sts, 2dc in last (25)
Rows 18 – length needed: Ch-2, turn, dc in 25 sts (25)
***stop when slipper length is 1” shorter than foot length***
Round 19 (or last row needed for size): Ch-2, turn, dc in 11 sts, dc3tog (middle of heel), dc in 11 sts. Do not fasten off, sl st to top of first st from this row to create the heel. Ch-1, turn if needed.
Around top of slipper, with slipper toe facing away from you: sc in each row end until you reach the top of row 14.
Ch-10, sc in center st. Ch-10, sc in top of other side of row 14, sc in each row end to heel.
Aren’t those wayyyy easier than they look!? I love to create EASY crochet patterns that even the newest crocheter can make. If you loved these slippers, stay tuned because I already have a kids size (that can be made with chunky yarn for adults!) finished testing.
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