Poorly-shoed shoemakers happen - so do crocheting ladies who don't have slippers to offer their guests when drop by for a visit! That's what happened to me last week when my friend Lise came for a visit. She spent the evening in my Mathieu's Crocs. I should've had a pair of slippers on hand for her!
Now I don't crochet slippers often. For years I had the ones my godmother had made for me. They were made out of Phentex. Those of you who know of this material can garanty that is something that does not wear out easily. You practically have to lose the Phentex slippers to get ride of them!
One has to add that, personnally, my own foot is somewhat...robust. The Oma model by Tara is actually very pretty, and I strongly recommend it. But, if you are in need of a bit more, here is a quick, easy model for you to crochet.
First step: the soles (I always do both soles before I tend to the upper part of the slipper.
Step two: pick up your stitches by stitiching under the row, using a crabstitch. Phew!
That's a lot of ``stitch!``:)
Number of pick-up stitches: 64 (68,72, 76, 80)
One can see the pick-up stitches under the foot.
for size B - - - here
Traductrice : Élizabeth Lowe