Simple Child Slippers


As a follow-up to my Simple Toddler Slippers, I wanted to tackle a child sized pair. These are scaled up to fit a child size 10 – 2 (US measurements). Keep in mind that they will stretch to fit!

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The finished project is approximately 8 inches from heel to toe. Playing with the hook size will give you a little more wiggle room if you need them larger.

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Interested in a complete printable pdf copy filled with extras you won’t find here in the blog pattern? You can find it only over in my Craftsy shop!

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http://hodgepodgecrochet.wordpress.com: Free Pattern--Simple Child Slippers

Simple Child Slippers

All techniques and finished sizes are listed in US terminology.

You can find this pattern in its entirety as a pdf download in Craftsy.

Gauge: 4 dc and 2 rows = 1 inch

Note: Finished project will measure approximately 8 inches in length which loosely translates to a fit between a child’s size 10 – 2 (US measurements)

Materials Needed:

  • Medium worsted weight yarn in any color
  • Size H (5mm) hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • Stitch markers (optional)

Stitches and terms used:

  • Ch: chain
  • dc: Double Crochet
  • sl st: slip stitch
  • trc: Triple Crochet

Decrease stitches used:

  • dc2tog

Note: Sections marked with … are fully explained in the pdf downloadable pattern found on Craftsy

Sole

Rnd 1:  Ch 22, dc in 3rd ch from hook, 1 dc in each of the next 13 chs, 1 trc in next 4 sts, 2 trc in next, 10 trc in end ch.  Rotate your foundation chain so you can now work the sts on the opposite side, 2 trc in next, 1 trc in next 4 sts, 1 dc in each of the next 12 chs, 2 dc in last ch, join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch.

Rnd 2:  Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sl st in same st, sl st in next st, ch 2 (counts as a dc) dc in same st, 2 dc in next st, dc in the next 5 sts, find your center line at the toe. (Further explanation of this step along with a photo is included in the pdf pattern.) Count 3 STITCHES…toward the side you are working….count the stitches between your marker…and the loop you pulled out…**1 dc in each stitch until you arrive where your marker was, 2 dc in the next st, [dc in next st, 2 dc in next st] twice, dc in each stitch back to the heel of the slipper, 2 dc in each of the three stitches rounding the heel (working the last two dc over the beginning ch 1, sl st), sl st in the top of the beginning ch 2.

Toe Top

Rnd 1:  Ch 2 (counts as a dc here and throughout the rest of pattern) and turn. Working in Back Loops Only for this rnd, dc in each st around, sl st in top of beginning ch 2.

Rnd 2: Ch 2, dc in the next 5 stitches, …count 10 STITCHES from the center of your toe top toward the side you are working…repeat section between ** – ** in rnd 2 of sole. Dc to where your marker (or thumb) was, dc2tog 10 times, dc around to the beginning ch 2, sl st in top of beginning ch 2.

Rnd 3: Ch 2, dc in the next 5 stitches, …count 8 STITCHES from the center of your toe top toward the side you are working…repeat section between ** – ** in rnd 2 of sole. Dc to where your marker (or thumb) was, dc2tog 8 times, dc around to the beginning ch 2, sl st in top of beginning ch 2.

Rnd 4: Ch 2, dc in the next 5 stitches, …count 4 STITCHES from the center of your toe top toward the side you are working…repeat section between ** – ** in rnd 2 of sole.  Dc to where your marker (or thumb) was, dc2tog 4 times, dc around to the beginning ch 2, sl st in top of beginning ch 2…Finish off and weave in your ends.

There you have it. Simple child sized slippers ready to decorate with whatever your imagination dreams up!!

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8 thoughts on “Simple Child Slippers

  1. Danie January 4, 2014 at 2:17 am Reply

    OMGoodness! Thanks to you I finally have a crochet pattern for both of my kids!!! There’s all these baby shoe patterns, but hardly anything for toddlers & bigger kids. The ones I have found I didn’t like because they are just worked in circles from toe to back. Your patterns are the only ones I found that I liked because you start with the sole & work your way up. I just wanted to thank you for this!!!! You’ve made my life a lot easier & thanks to you my bigger kids get all kinds of nice slippers in all the colors they like now!!!!

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  2. dianna August 22, 2013 at 4:57 pm Reply

    is this the whole pattern ?

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  3. Joyce Waterworth May 10, 2013 at 7:13 pm Reply

    thanks for super pattern.

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  4. Crochet Ballet Slippers April 21, 2013 at 10:57 am Reply

    [...] at The Yarn Box, I knew instantly I would be making a few pairs of shoes for my nieces. HodgePodge Crochet  did an excellent job writing this pattern. I found it to be very easy to follow and they are [...]

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  5. I feel addicted… « artlovermommy July 1, 2012 at 8:29 pm Reply

    [...] follow the pattern for the small size or I may go with another pattern… I was thinking maybe this pattern because it looks like this size will be perfect for my 7 year [...]

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  6. artlovermommy July 1, 2012 at 8:07 pm Reply

    YAY! I found a good simple child’s slipper pattern! Thank you soooo much for sharing this! I am making slippers for my son and he is 7… this size should be perfect!

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  7. Donna Cosey May 28, 2012 at 1:29 am Reply

    Very very cute, I’m making these up with the Hello Kitty applique that was also on here for my daughter for her birthday!!!! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity.

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