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Step by step pattern and tutorial for small, medium, and large women's or men's button loafers - easily adaptable for other sizes. Loafers with button straps and ties. Textured stitch technique and tutorials included! Optional double thick soles.
3 Sizes included: Remember finished slipper is stretchy and will stretch to bigger or wider foot.
Small Slipper - 8 inch sole (20.3 cm) - American shoe size
women’s 4 - 6. Width at widest point is appr. 4 inches (10.16 cm)
Medium Slipper - 9 inch sole (22.9 cm) - American shoe size
women’s 6 - 8. Width at widest point is appr. 4 inches (10.16 cm)
Large Slipper - 10 inch sole (25.4 cm) - American shoe size
women’s 8 - 10. Width at widest point is appr. 4 inches (10.16 cm)
Skill Level - Intermediate
Material needed: Crochet hook size H/8 and at least 2 colors of size 4 medium weight worsted yarn, darning needle, stitch markers, and buttons.
Written in American English crochet terms with conversion chart for British English crochet terms.
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