CrochetSteps to Crocheting Adult Size Converses Slippers

Steps to Crocheting Adult Size Converses Slippers

This how to tutorial detailing the steps to crocheting adult size converses slippers is a creatively cute way incorporate a design for the sports fans in your family. Everyone loves converses shoes, I been a fan for 20 years !

As you work your way up to easy patterns or to more in depth patterns, utilizing all of your knowledge of each different stitches, you may come across some really neat ones that you can make for yourself or for others. These patterns can include ones just like this particular one that’s below, where you can make your own Converse slippers to wear around the house.
Steps to Crocheting Adult Size Converses Slippers

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They are so cute and functional when they are done. Check out the shoelaces and the Converse star on the side. You can not make them more authentic than that. To make these for yourself or the Converse lover in your life, you will want to gather your supplies and materials including some yarn in red and white, a G hook, some shoelaces, and some black embroidery floss for the star outline.

With the pattern below, you will find that this makes only one size slipper, but you can always adjust the size by changing out the hook or the yarn you use by going with a heavier weight. While you wear your real Converse shoes out and about, you can also come home to wear them as slippers.

This is perfect for all those die hard Converse fans that can not imagine their lives and their feet without Converse.

Crocheting is one of those hobbies that makes you want to learn the stitches as quickly as you can. As you move your crochet needle in and out, towards new skills and patterns beyond the usual blocks and squares you make for potholders all the way to blankets.

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Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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