Crochet Toeless Slippers

These crochet toeless slippers fit my UK size 7 feet to make them smaller simply crochet fewer rows in the I used DK wool

Make 2


with 4mm hook ch24

row 1 – 27  hdc in each across ch2 turn

row 28 2hdc in first hdc, hdd in each ch across ch2 turn

row 29 hdd across to last hdd 2 hdd in last hdd ch2 turn

repeat last row 28 and 29 twice more

Make bow


row 1 hdc in each ch acros ch2 turn

row2-8 repeat row 1 fasten off.

fold in half and sew down one end so you have a rectangle of wool then wrap wool tightly round the middle to form a bow. Secure ends.

Attach one side of the bow to the pointy end of the sole (the part where you had done the 2hdcs) Attach the other end to the other side to form the toe section


Row 1 Attach and HDC around the edges of the sole – up until the bow (dont do the front) ch2 turn

Row 2 in back loops only hdc in each hdc around  until other side of bow attachment ch2 turn

Row 3 hdc in each hdc around to bow attachment fasten off

Fold the back of the slipper and sew to make heel.


Attach wool on one side and hdc in 3 hdcs.

row 1-15 (depending on how wide you foot is) hdc in each across ch2 turn secure to opposite side of slipper

repeat for the other side of the cross


Attach edging wool and sc in each stitch around the visible edges . Fasten off.






Crochet Iphone case

Not one of the greatest but not a total disaster! you could probably get a much neater result with a smaller hook but this was very quick only taking around 45 minutes from start to finish (including chatting with a toddler!)

Using a 5mm hook. ch27
row 1 dc in second ch from hook and each ch across ch2
rows2 – 16 dc in second dc from hook and each dc across ch2 turn
fasten off

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Light mesh hard soled slippers

The finished slipper

These slippers are light for the spring/summer and have a hard sole so that you get  a little extra protection walking around – the pattern is given with the slipper sized to my foot (UK size 6-7) but you can make it to fit your foot by following the instructions and keeping a track of how its fitting while your crocheting it. Continue reading “Light mesh hard soled slippers” »