You can ask this question. How do you knit slippers for beginners? Lucilu Slippers Shoes is the best free knitting patterns for all knitting beginners!
Who does not like to feel cozy and nice at home, comfortable and warm in the months where it is so cold, I adore it and for that I always have handy my Lucilu Slippers Shoes!
Lucilu Knitting Slippers is an easy and quick project to make, these slippers knitting shoes will keep your feet warm and cozy all the time, great to make for holidays gifts for your loves ones. Fun to knit and beautiful to wear!
Pattern include two versions, one with beads and other with crochet flower and leafs, you will find step by step instructions for both designs.
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And even better if you are under a warm crochet blanket like Majesty Blanket, a perfect granny square crochet project and great for all crochet levels!
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Made for adult size M
Finished Measurements (unstretched):
Cuff: 9 inches (23cm) around ankle
Foot: 7 inches (18cm)
Worsted weight yarn (200 yards)
US 8/5mm straight needles
US 8/5mm double point needles
D/3 3.25mm crochet hook
Beads and crystals of your color choice, small buttons
Tapestry needle for weaving
Gauge: 18 sts & 32 rows = 4”/10 cm
Three needles BO (see tutorial here: https://liliacraftparty.com/2018/10/24/how-to-make-3-needles-bind-off/)
1×1 ribbing: *k1, p1, repeat from*, next rows knit the knits and purl the purls.
Garter Stitch: knit all rows.
Abbreviations: please see a full list of abbreviations and keep it handy, includes a variety of abbreviations that will help you with many others knitting projects.
Toe and Foot
Worked in ribbing 1×1
Cast on 44 sts and work ribbing 1 x 1 for 7 inches (18cm).
Heel Turn and Heel Flat
Worked in garter stitch
Row1 (WS): knit
Row2 (RS): k13, k2tog, k14, k2tog, k13.
Row 3, 4 and 5: knit
Row 6: k13, k2tog, k12, k2tog, k13.
Row 7, 8 and 9: knit
Row 10: k13, k2tog, k10, k2tog, k13.
Row 11, 12 and 13: knit
Row 14: k13, k2tog, k8, k2tog, k13.
Row 15, 16 and 17: knit
Row 18: k13, k2tog, k6, k2tog, k13.
Row 19, 20 and 21: knit
Row 22: k13, k2tog, k4, k2tog, k13.
Row 23, 24 and 25: knit
Row 26: k13, k2tog, k2, k2tog, k13.
Row 27: knit
Row 28: k13, (k2tog) 2 times, k13. 28 sts
Pass 14sts to double point needle, place the remaining 14 sts on another double point needle, fold in half and slip stitches of both needles to working yarn end, work 3 needle bind off.
Sew toe and foot sides of shoes, starting from ankle side as you see on picture.
Pass needle around toe border and pull through stitches.
Give a nice tight tug, break yarn and weave in end.
With D/3 3.25mm crochet hook work one row of single crochet around ankle border of shoes, fasten off and weave in end.
Apply the beads and crystals on center front foot or if you wish continue with the crochet flower.
US F/5 – 3.75mm crochet hook
Worsted weight yarn different colors of your choice (2 yards) each color.
Worsted weight yarn green color for leafs (2 yards).
sc: single crochet
dc: double crochet
sl st: slip stitch
You can make the flower using one, two or three different colors yarn.
Use green color yarn for leafs.
Layer 1: Ch5, join with sl st into the first chain to make a circle (You can use the Magic Loop Technique too, see a full detailed tutorial HERE), ch4, 1dc into the circle, (ch1, 1dc into the circle) 7 times, ch1, sl st in the 2nd chain of the first 4 chain.
Layer 2: sl st behind one petal made ch3, *1sc between the petals, ch3, repeat from * until you have 4 loops, join with sl st into first chain. You will see 4 loops behind the petal. Take the first loop and made *1sc, ch1, 4dc, ch1, 1sc, repeat from * on each loop, sl st behind the petal. Fasten off and weave in ends if you are using different color yarn, if not, do no fasten off and continue to layer 3.
Layer 3: Using different color yarn from layer 1 and 2 (optional), sl st behind one petal and made ch4, * 1sc between the petals, ch4, repeat from * until you have 5 loops, join with sl st into first chain. On the first loop *1sc, ch1, 6dc, ch1, 1sc, repeat from * on each loop of this layer, sl st behind the petal. Fasten off and weave in ends if you are using different color yarn, if not, do no fasten off and continue to layer 4.
Layer 4: Using different color yarn from layer 3 (optional), sl st behind one petal and made ch5, * 1sc between the petals, ch5, repeat from * until you have 6 loops, join with sl st into first chain. On the first loop *1sc, ch1, 8dc, ch1, 1sc, repeat from * on each loop of this layer, sl st behind the petal. Fasten off and weave in ends.
Leaf: (Make two)
Ch9, sl st on 2nd chain from crochet hook, ch1, 1sc on next chain, ch1, 1dc on each of the 7 next chains, 6dc into last ch, turn your work, 1dc on each of the 6 next chains, 1sc on next chain, sl st on next chain, ch1, fasten off and weave end.
Sew the flower and leafs and attach on center of slipper shoe.
Your Lucilu Knitting Shoes are ready, enjoy and keep your feet warm and nice!
If you want to try Majesty Crochet Blanket pattern, you can get your pdf on Ravelry and Etsy too!
Important questions you can have:
What is the best yarn to use for knitting slippers?
I will say the best yarn to use is worsted or DK weight yarn, to give it the exact structure and also to be warm, that is the main purpose of knitting a pair of Lucilu Slippers Shoes
How long does it take to knit slippers?
Lucilu Slippers shoes can be knitted in just a few hours, even beginners can finish any knitting slippers shoes in a short period of time
How much yarn do I need to knit slippers?
For Lucilu Slippers Shoes you need 200yards plus a few extra yards in different colors for the crochet flowers or any other embellishments you apply
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Karen, the next best thing to mummy
I am going to attempt to make these #happynow@_karendenbid199@gmail is
Them look really comfortable. Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned.
These look really comfy! Thanks for sharing with us at The Blogger’s Pit Stop!
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These are really cute.
Shelbee on the Edge
I do not know how to knit but my feet are always so cold so I absolutely adore these cute slipper patterns! Thanks for sharing and linking with me.
Dana, A mamanista Life
Super cute! I wouldn’t have thought of knitted socks xx #mischiefandmemories
Annette, 3 Little Buttons
Ahh these look so lovely! If I knew how to knit, I’d definitely give these a go. Thank you for joining us for the #mischiefandmemories linky.
Cute design. Thanks for linking up with #MischiefAndMemories (please remember to add our badge and complete your comments for the last two weeks before adding your link this week)
I’ve tried knitting but just can’t get a grip of it. Lovely bright colours. Thanks for linking with #pocolo, so sorry I’ve taken so long to comment