Aran Slipper Boots

Issue: 61, 2014


Errata Update: Aran Slipper Boots

Aran Slipper Boots by Helen Free

Find the pattern in issue 61 of Inside Crochet.

The perfect solution to keeping your toes warm in winter!

MATERIALS
● Robin Aran with Wool, 75% acrylic/25% wool, 400g/800m/875yds
Shade: 1001 x 1 ball
● 4.5mm hook
● Two large buttons
● Yarn needle

YARN ALTERNATIVES
You can use any aran weight yarn to achieve a similar effect.

TENSION
Work 14 sts and 12 rows in cuff pattern to measure 10 x 10cm/ 4 x 4in using 4.5mm hook, or size required to obtain tension.

MEASUREMENT
Small measures 22cm/8¾in sole length to fit UK shoe size 4/5.
Medium measures 24cm/9½in sole length to fit UK shoe size 6/7.
Large measures 26cm/10¼in sole length to fit UK shoe size 8.
Smaller sizes can be made by using different hooks and/or yarn.

DESIGNER BIOGRAPHY
Helen finds sticking to one style gets boring, so she loves playing with new techniques. Visit her website at www.enfys.me.uk.


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This pattern is tagged with:

Age: Adult

Designer: Helen Free

Price: Magazine Only


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