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« Reply #20 on: December 05, 2012 02:04:42 PM »

from the original blog post not the pattern on ravelry  here is what i have been using

Peter Pan's slippers.

 

This is a slipper that is worked like a granny square but ISN'T A GRANNY SQUARE!
You need know the size of foot.
Them, you will work like:

Part 1:
Until the 60-70%:
Magic circle, or 4 chain joined with sl st.
Round 1: 4dc, 3ch, 4dc, 3ch, 4dc, 3ch, 4dc, 3ch. Join with sl st.
Round 2 and next: *dc in each dc, 3 dc in ring, 3ch, 3dc in ring. Repeat * around. join with sl st.
Part 2:
From 60-70% until 100% more a round:
Round 1:* dc in each dc, 4dc in ring, 3ch, 4dc in ring. Repeat* around. Join with sl st.
Round 2 and more: dc in each dc, 5dc in ring, 3 ch, 5dc in ring, * dc in each dc, 4dc in ring, 3 ch, 4dc in ring. Repeat * around. Join with sl st.


Sew for the wrong side.
 

Back to right side, enjoy your slipper, smile, be happy.

 

Abreviations:
dc: double crochet
ch: chain
sl st: slip stitch

If you don't want the pointy heel, change part 2 for:

From 60-70% until 100% more a round:
Round 1: dc in each dc, 4dc in ring, 3ch, 4dc in ring, dc in each dc, 4dc in ring, 3ch, 4dc in ring, dc in each dc, 3dc in ring, 3ch, 3dc in ring, dc in each dc, 4dc in ring, 3 ch, 4dc in ring, dc in each dc. Join with sl st.
Round 2 and more: dc in each dc, 5dc in ring, 3 ch, 5dc in ring, * dc in each dc, 4dc in ring, 3 ch, 4dc in ring. 3dc in ring, 3ch, 3dc in ring, dc in each dc, 4dc in ring, 3 ch, 4dc in ring, dc in each dc. Join with sl st.

5dc in ring, 3 ch, 5dc in ring----------->this st, will be a point of your slipper.

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