Homemade Cozy Crocheted Slippers Project
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Homemade Cozy Crocheted Slippers Project

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Found 11th Nov
This step by step tutorial of how to make homemade cozy crocheted slippers project is an amazing way to creatively use yarn to stay warm. When winter hits, we’re all running for our nearest slippers to keep our toes from getting cold. Not many of us like the feeling of cold toes on freezing hardwood floors. Depending on where we live, the winter season can last longer than one could imagine possible.The following instructions can help you make your own slippers with just a few simple stitches, some heavy-weighted yarn, and the right sized hook. You may also want to consider some soles from leather or suede pieces to keep yourself from sliding around your home. Also some folks find walking on crochet stitches uncomfortable. Just add some inexpensive shoe inserts and that will solve the problem. The instructions are easy to follow with some helpful tips at the end to give you the right width and length you’ll want and need to get your slippers to fit just right.
Though, no matter how long one’s winter lasts each year, the cold can hit hard and fast. So to protect our feet from the biting wind and frigid air, we can find solace in woven slippers and house shoes. If you don’t have a lot of money to invest in some or enjoy good quality craftsmanship, you can always make them.With added suggestions on how to make the slippers your own with some extra color and flair, you’ll find you won’t want to stop with just one pair. As you fall in love with your first pair, you may be shopping soon to make yourself at least five more to give away as gifts to family and friends. With how cute and sensible they are for the winter, who could blame you?

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This is great I'm going to make a large one to fit over my car.

Any suggestions for sources of cheap non shrink yarn (so they can be washed)?

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Reebok.Ron11th Nov

Any suggestions for sources of cheap non shrink yarn (so they can be …Any suggestions for sources of cheap non shrink yarn (so they can be washed)?


Hi,
sorry...I don't know...
Thanks

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fishmaster11th Nov

This is great I'm going to make a large one to fit over my car.


love the creativity. If I had the time and patience I'd give it a go but heat from me

i might just have to have a go - thanks
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