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« Reply #10 on: October 11, 2007 01:35:20 PM »

how adorable! now, just tap your heals together three times...

Reminds of the moment I just had with my boy.

Me: *taps heels concentrating hard*
Him: What are you doing?
Me: Maybe if I keep doing this and wishing as hard as I can you'll do the dishes.
Him: Alright, fine. I'll do the dishes.
Me: Yay!


If anyone's ever interested, it's a good time killer pattern taking me only 2 hours as a non-crocheter. Chain 2, sc in first ch some even number. This number depends on what size hook youve got and what sort of yarn youre using. Mine was sort of bulky, so I did 4 sc. You then go around, making 2 sc in each one. Then go around again 1 sc and then 2 sc in each one around. Keep doing this until it's able to fit over your the tips of you toes without too much tightness. You then sc in each one around until it covers around mid-foot level. Once it can cover as much of your foot as you like, and you've reached the end of the round chain one and turn. You are now working it flat. Work sc leaving some stitches unworked since youre making the sole and sides of the slipper. Make the sides as high as you like and such. Sc it until it's long enough to reach the back of your foot but stay snugly on. Seam up the back and find how you wanna keep them on your feet. I chose to tie it, sometimes I do maryjane straps, sometimes nothing at all for a more 'manly' slipper.
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« Reply #11 on: October 12, 2007 02:47:09 PM »

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