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Crochet Slipper Favor

Crochet this lovely jewelry set in colors to match your bridesmaids gowns. This set makes a wonderful gift that your maids can wear and enjoy on your special day, while having a keepsake that can be worn for many years after.

Crochet Slipper Favor

What you need

1 Ball Silver Spangle or color of your choice. Steel crochet hook No. 7
Slipper mold measuring 1 1/2 inches at widest part of sole and measuring 3 5/8 inches from heel to toe



Instructions

STARTING AT HEEL:

Chain (ch) 3, 9 double crochet (d c) in 3rd stitch (st) from hook, join in 3rd st of ch.

2nd Round. Ch 4, * d c in next d c, ch 1, repeat from * 8 times, join in 3rd st of ch.

3rd Round. Ch 4, d c in 1st ch 1 space, ch 1, * d c in next ch 1 space, ch 1, repeat from * 8 times, join in 3rd st of ch.

4th Round. Ch 4, d c in 1st ch 1 space, ch 1, * d c in next ch 1 space, ch 1, repeat from * 9 times, join in 3rd st of ch.

5th Round. Ch 4, d c in 1st ch 1 space, ch 1, * d c in next ch 1 space, ch 1, repeat from * 10 times, join in 3rd st of ch.

6th Round. Ch 4, d c in 1st ch 1 space, ch 1, * d c in next ch 1 space, ch 1, repeat from * 11 times, join in 3rd stitch. 29

7th Round. Ch 4, d c in 1st ch 1 space, ch 1, * d c in next ch 1 space, ch 1, repeat from * once, d c in next ch 1 space, * ch 2, d c in next ch space, repeat from *9 times, ch 2, join in 3rd st of ch. SOLE: 1st Row. Ch 5, d c in 1st ch 1 space, ch 2, * d c in next ch 1 space, ch 2, repeat from * once, skip next ch 1 space, d c in next d c, ch 5, turn.

Next 4 Rows. D c in 1st mesh, ch 2, * d c in next mesh, ch 2, repeat from * once, d c in 3rd St of ch, ch 5, turn.

8th Row. D c in 1st mesh, ch 2, * d c in next mesh, ch 2, repeat from * twice, d c in 3rd st of ch, ch 5, turn.

Next 2 Rows. D c in 1st mesh, ch 2, * d c in next mesh, ch 2, repeat from * 3 times, d c in 3rd st of ch, ch 5, turn.

9th Row. D c in 1st mesh, ch 2, * d c in next mesh, ch 2, repeat from * 4 times, d c in 3rd st of ch, ch 5, turn.

Next 3 Rows. Dc in 1st mesh, ch 2, * d c in next mesh, ch 2, repeat from * 4 times, d c in 3rd st of ch, ch 5, turn, ch 4 to turn on last row.

13th Row. D c in 1st mesh, ch 1, * d c in next mesh, Ch 1, repeat from * 4 times, ch 1, d c in 3rd st of sh, ch 2, turn.

14th Row. Short double crochet (s d c) in 1st ch 1 space (s d c: thread over hook, insert in st, pull loop through, thread over and work off all loops at one time, 1 s d c in each of the next 5 ch 1 spaces, s d c in 2nd St of ch, ch 1, turn.

15th Row. Insert hook in next s d c, pull loop through, repeat from beginning 6 times, thread over and work off all loops at one time, ch 2, do not turn.

TOP OF SLIPPER:

1st Round. D c over next ch 2 of 14th row, * ch 2, d c in next mesh, repeat from * all around ending with d c over s d c of 14th row, do not join this or following rounds, place a marker at beginning of each round.

2nd Round. Dc in next dc, ch 2, dc in next dc, ch 2, skip next mesh and next d c, * d c in next mesh, ch 2, repeat from * all around to within last 2 meshes, skip next mesh, 1 d c in next d c keeping last loop of st on hook, skip next mesh, center 2 d c and next mesh, 1 d c in next d c keeping last loop of st on hook, thread over and work off all loops at one time.

3rd Round. Ch 1, skip next mesh, * d c in next mesh, ch 2, repeat from * all around to within last 2 meshes, skip next mesh, d c in next d c, ch 1, d c in next d c keeping last loop of st on hook, skip next d c group, d c in next d c keeping last loop of st on hook, thread over and work off all loops at one time.

4th Round. 2 s c over last d c just made, 2 s c in each of the next 4 meshes, 1 s c in next mesh, * ch 2, d c in next mesh, repeat from * all around to within last 6 meshes, ch 2, s c in next mesh, 2 s c in each of the last 5 meshes, join, cut thread.

5th Round. Attach thread in 3rd mesh of last round, ch 2, * d c in next mesh, ch 2, repeat from * to within last 3 meshes, s c in next mesh, 2 s c in each of the last 2 meshes.

6th Round. 1 s c in each s c, 2 s c in each mesh, join, – cut thread.

DIRECTIONS FOR STARCHING:

Dissolve 1/4 cup starch in 1/2 cup of cold water. Boil about 1 1/4 cups of water, remove from flame, then slowly stir the starch mixture into boiling water stirring constantly. Place back on flame until it thickens.

As soon as starch is cool enough to handle, dip slipper, squeeze starch through it thoroughly. Wring out extra starch.

The article should be wet with starch but there should be none in the spaces. Place over mold and let dry.

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Comments

  1. Gaile DarkWind Fee says:

    Have looked for this pattern for years; I have one slipper that my aunt crocheted for my bridal shower more than 50 years ago and have her molds (from the 40′s) but could not find the pattern. Thanks to Karen (Grandmother.s Pattern’s) who went to the trouble of finding your website and being kind enough to email me the link, Not only have I found my pattern but a great new web site as well. Thanks

  2. This pattern is so sweet and dainty. I remember my mama used to have some of these on the dressers of our bedrooms. She put small sprigs of leaves and some small petaled flowers in them. I love this website. I have a question: WHERE do you purchase a No. 7 slipper mold?
    Ms. Virginia, NC

  3. DisneyDancer1986 says:

    So cute and tasteful, I love vintage….

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