Hi Friends! I just finished recording the video for my Mary Jane Crochet Slippers. This pattern is so easy and so fast. I have been making these for the last few weeks. I cannot seem to stop collecting Bernat Blanket Yarn ever since I designed these. I hope you like them as much as I do!
The free printable and downloadable PDF Or keep scrolling if you would like to read it from the blog.
The written pattern:
Mary Jane Slippers
Finished Size: Women's Medium-Large. Size 7-10. They are very adaptable but if you need more or less length just keep crocheting the back of the slipper or stop early.
One Ball Bernat Baby Blanket. I get the 300-gram ball to make 3 pair, but the small-sized ball will give you one pair of slippers
Stitch Legend (US Terms)
Ch - Chain
SS- Slip Stitch
HDC - Half Double Crochet
SC - Single Crochet
FO - Fasten Off
IncHDC - Increase Half Double Crochet (two Half Double Crochet in the same stitch)
DecHDC - Decrease Half Double Crochet (Yarn Over, Insert into next stitch, draw up a loop, Yarn Over,
insert into the following stitch, draw up a loop, yarn over and pull through all five loops on your hook)
YO - Yarn Over
By MelodyCrochet copywritten 2019 - Enjoy! (and by enjoy I mean share on social media and tag me @MelodyCrochet because I love
to see what you guys make!!). Feel free to sell what you make. Please, do not sell or alter my actual pattern as your own. Linking and
sharing my blog is ALWAYS appreciated. Happy making and Thank you for coming. I really do appreciate it!
Here is a list of basic stitches linked to the videos I made so we can learn and practice them together!
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