Side-note: I can’t believe I’ve had these slipper for two years.
So when my sister put in an order for some slippers in hot pink and grey, of course I said yes; but they would have to be a made of what is in my stash, which meant they were going to be a dusty pink and grey.
These seemed to come together pretty quickly. I might have something to do with making them both at the same time each segment at a time. So I did the goes of both, then the foot of both, then the pink heel and then the grey heel bits. They took me about a week on and off.
I do get a sore wrist from crocheting because I hold the hook like a pencil and flick my wrist to YO, but that’s only if I go hard for more than an hour at a time. I find crocheting pretty mellow compared to knitting, because you’re only working with one active stitch on the hook.
I made a few changes which I’ve made note of over on Ravelry.
Side-note: If you’re on Ravelry say Hi 🙂
I crocheted the back seam instead of sewing it because that’s how I roll 🙂 and because when you’re all snuggly and warm on the couch who can be arsed to get up and find a darning needle.
I forgot to record how much time it took me to make these puppies, but I’m estimating about a 8 hours, but it was probably more.
I’m just estimating how much the yarn was worth because I probably didn’t even use a whole ball and they from my stash anyway.
|Pattern||Pippy Slippers from Meet Me at Makes – found here||FREE|
|Time||8 hours (* $16-ish Australian minimum wage)||$128.00|
Not cheap for house slippers, but it was still fun to revisit this pattern and do some crochet again.
These are pretty cute slippers. I like the colour combo, thinking about it know though I should have put the dark colour at the pressure points of the foot (toe and heel) because they’ll probably get dirtiest.
I hope my sis likes them, uses them and appreciates them 🙂
Do you crochet?
Do you begrudge making for others?
What was the last thing you made for someone else?
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