Crochet Beginner Boots / Slippers For Men And Women

Thanks to lovely GG, I can share this slippers written pattern with you. This slippers are so easy to make, even a beginner can make it and it will be even easier thanks to the written pattern.

Crochet Beginner Boots / Slippers For Men And Women

Yarn size 6 – 97 mt

6mm hook

Tapestry needle

Stitches used

Chain: ch

Sİngle crochet:sc

Half double crochet:hdc

Double crochet:dc

Front post double crochet:fpdc

Back post double crochet:bpdc

Stitch: st

Space: sp




Notes

When you see *( )** it means you repeat the instructions in between *( )** Where you see the word ​turn​ it means to turn your work clockwise and work back down the row.

This pattern suitable for;

Europian size: 37-38-39

US size: 7-8

UK size:5-6



Row 1: Start with slip knot + Ch19+yarn over skip 3 st + make 3dc in the 4th st+make a dc every st except the last st.+make 7dc in the last st. ( so with 7dc, you turn the other side of ch19,like in the photo)+ make a dc in every st except the last st of the second side+ make 3 dc in the last st and sl st to the first dc which we make with ch3.



Row 2: Ch3+dc in the same st+2dc in the same st+2dc in the same st+2 dc in the same st+make a hdc in next 6 st+ make a sc in next 9 st+ 2 hdc in the same st+2 hdc in the same st+2 hdc in the same st+2 hdc in the same st+2 hdc in the same st+2 hdc in the same st+make a sc in next 9 st+make a hdc in next 6 st+2dc in the same st+2 dc in the same st and sl st to the first Ch3.

Row 3: Ch3+dc in the same st+make a dc in the next st+make 2 dc in the next st+make a dc in the next st+make 2 dc in the next st+make a dc in the next st+make 2 dc in the next st+make a hdc in next 7 st+make a sc in next 10 st+make 2 sc in the next st+make a sc in the next st+make 2 sc in the next st+make a sc in the next st+make 2 sc in the next st+make a sc in the next st+make 2 sc in the next st+make a sc in next 10 st+make a hdc in next 7st+make 2 dc in the next st+make a dc in the next st+make 2 dc in the next st+make a dc in the next st+make 2 dc in the next st+make a dc in the next st+cut your yarn and join with the 2nd st from the starting point then insert your needle in the first st and hide your yarn.you can see in the photo.



When you finish this row you have 64 st. The number of st at the end of the row3 must be even.

Row 4: Find the middle st of the base in sole part and sl st to the back loop. And make a dc in the same st. Make a dc in every st of the row.




Row 5: Ch2(not count)+*(1fpdc in the dc of previous row+1bpdc in the dc of previous row)**

Row6: Ch2(not count)+*(1fpdc+1bpdc)** until come to one before fpdc of the middle st of the row.



Insert your hook , before fpdc of middle st and take a yarn+skip 1 bpdc+insert your hook middle st of fpdc and take a yarn+skip 1 bpdc+insert your hook after fpdc of middle st and pull through all of the yarns. then keep go on *(1bpdc+1fpdc)** at the end of the row.

You will repeat Row6 7 more times.Every row, you make decrease operaiton.After these decreases your boot will be full to the ankle.

Row 14,Row 15: Ch2(not count)+*(1fpdc+1bpdc)**

If you want more longer you can repeat row14.

Row 16: Make a reverse sc in every st.




Pattern created by Sirin’s Crochet
Written by Gözde Güneş Tezcan (Crochet With GG)

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Hi. I'm Pınar. I'm 36 years old crochet designer from Turkey. I share all my free crochet patterns here. I like to make almost everyting but especially blankets and hats. I hope you like my projects.

7 thoughts on “Crochet Beginner Boots / Slippers For Men And Women

  1. I have made 7 pair of the unisex booties. I just love them and so does my husband. He has 3 pair and I have 4 pair.
    Thank you so much for sharing this pattern. I will be making more for my Christmas list for the coming year.
    Your directions on your video were very easy to follow. Again thank you so much. Your new friend, Lynnda

    1. Hi Lynnda. I’m so happy to read you and your husband like your new booties ♥ Use them in good days. Hope to see you again. Loves from Turkey ♥

  2. Sirin,

    Thank you for sharing your incredible designs!

    My wife loved this pattern, so I am making her these boots. For the first boot I followed your video and it came out perfect. For the second boot, as a beginner crocheter, I decided to follow the pattern on your blog to get familiar with patterns.

    Row 1 of the sole went perfectly, but I got stuck on row 2. Using your written pattern, I kept running out of stitches before reaching the end of the row. I went back to the video and row 2 is completely different! Could you please update the written pattern to match the video? Thanks!

    One other question. In the video when you start the upper part of the boot, it looks like you are crocheting from inside the boot. However, when you get to row 3 and start the decreases, you are now on the outside of the boot. How was this switch made? I would appreciate your insight!

    I will post and share the boots with you on Instagram as soon as they are done. Thank you again!

    1. Hi Rodrigo. I will fix this pattern right now. So sorry for this. For the second question,you will always work from outside of the boot. I don’t know how could it looks like that 🙂 But if you always go on the same route there will be no problem. ♥ Si hi to your wife from me. You can check the pattern half an hour later.

  3. Hi! Love this pattern! I would like to make a pair for a 5 year old boy, his foot is a child size 9. Is there any way you can revise this pattern for that particular size? Thanks!

  4. I took up crocheting over the quarantine (I’ve knitted before), and this was an awesome project to work on! I really appreciate it, very clear and easy to follow.

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