No one gets left out with this fantastic pattern!
How many times have you found the perfect crochet slippers pattern but it was sized for an adult and you wanted to make it for a young child? Or vice versa? You may have been able to figure out how to resize it, sure, but it’s that extra step that for a beginner can be daunting.
Well no worries with this pattern! Whether your intended recipient is learning to walk or has been walking the earth longer than you yourself these slippers will fit! They’re sure to be a winner as a gift with their classic black and red Buffalo Plaid that is perennially popular. And if you sell your crafts for profit, these slippers all lined up on a table at a crafts fair — or pictured in your online listing — could be a winner!
This is a wonderful pattern, and it’s free. It’s by designer Bethany of Whistle & Ivy. You’ll find a written pattern that, as noted, is sized for toddlers, children and women. She also gives you guidelines on how to make the sizes bigger or smaller. As one who has created many fine patterns for slippers she’s got a lot of helpful tips and pointers for you. And not least, you’ll also find along with a YouTube video that will help you with the plaid stitche if need be. Plus you’ll get links to all her other free patterns in this plaid series!
For even fabulous and free crochet patterns for slippers, moccasins, boat shoes, baby booties, and all manner of DIY footwear for all ages, be sure to check out some of our other favorites here at Crochet Maze! Links are below!
As always, happy crocheting!
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