Crochet Spider BOO! Halloween Slippers

Halloween is around the corner and it’s time to get stitchin’! How about a creepy crawly spider to adorn your feet?
There’s little that’s better than coming home after a hard day and popping on your slippers! Now you can make it yourself with this Halloween theme slippers.
They will keep your toes toasty and when they need a clean, you can simply throw them in your Washing Machine! The pattern is so easy, beginner friendly and very stylish too. They would also make a wonderful gift and who wouldn’t love to receive a pair of these.

Materials:

– 2 skeins of Kartopu cotton/acrylic yarn in orange, and one in black
– 4.5 mm crochet hook
– tapestry needle to sew in the ends
– scissors.

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Gauge:


18 fpdc x 1 rounds = 10cm x 10cm (unstretched) = 4 inches x 4 inches Size:
The slippers have a lot of stretch in length! It measures 24 cm (9 inches) in length and slipper
circumference around the foot 21 cm (about 8 inches) Please check your gauge and also try the
slippers on while working. For larger sizes work more rounds and rows.

Abbreviations :

  • ch: chain
  • sc: single crochet
  • hdc: half double crochet
  • dc: double crochet
  • fpdc: front post double crochet
  • bpdc: back post double crochet
  • st: stitch
  • slst: slip stitch

Notes:
1- I used bpdc2tog inv= invisible decrease back post double crochet yo and insert hook from the back
to the front around the post of the next 2 sts (at the same time) on the previous row. Complete as
for regular dc.
2- How to change colors: work the last st before changing colors till half, having 2 loops on hook, pick
CC yarn and end the stitch, pulling CC yarn through the 2 loops on hook.
3- Do not cut yarns when changing colors, you can choose to work around the yarn not in use, or you
can carry the unworked yarns across the back. Keep the tension of the strands not in use a little
loose, to maintain elasticity.
4- our inc in this pattern will be like that (1 DC into top of next st and FPDC around the same stitch as
the DC just made, then work 1 FPDC around the next st, 1 DC into top of next st and FPDC around the
same stitch as the DC just made)


Let’s start the pattern!
Starting with the magic circle
Round 1: ch1, work 11 HDC into ring, join with slst to top of first HDC. (11 sts)


Round 2: ch 2, work *1 DC into top of next st and FPDC around the same stitch as the DC just made*
repeat around till the end and then join with a slst at the first DC. (22 sts)


Round 3: ch2, work 1 FPDC around the next 4 sts, then Inc, and work 1 FPDC around the next 8 sts,
then make another inc, work 1 FPDC around the last 4 sts, join with a slst at the first FPDC. (26 sts)


Round 4: ch 2, work 1 FPDC around the next 5 sts, Inc, and work 1 FPDC around the next
10 sts, then make another Inc, work 1 FPDC around the last 5 sts, join with a slst at the first FPDC. (30
sts)


Round 5: ch 2, work 1 FPDC around the next 6 sts, Inc, and work 1 FPDC around the next
12 sts, then make another Inc, work 1 FPDC around the last 6 sts, join with a slst at the first FPDC. (34
sts)
“using spider chart round 5 will be like that: after the 1st inc make 1FPDC in orange then change
colour to black to start making your spider. “

“using BOO chart round 5 will be like that: after the 1st inc make 4 FPDC in orange then change
colour to black to start making your BOO word.”


For men size you will need to do another increase at this point by working ch2, 1 FPDC around each
of next 7 sts, Inc, 1 FPDC around each of next 14 sts, inc, then 1 FPDC around the last 7 sts. (38 sts)


In spider chart


Round 6-14: ch2, 1FPDC around each st around (following the chart to change colours) (38 sts)
Round 15-21: ch2, 1FPDC around each st around using orange colour only. (38 sts)

In BOO chart


Round 6-18: ch2, 1FPDC around each st around (following the chart to change colours) (38 sts)


Round 19-21: ch2, 1FPDC around each st around using orange colour only. (38 sts)
Cut yarn. Fasten off.


For larger slippers, continue repeating round 19 until the desired length.

Start working in rows!


Note: ch 2 at beg of rows will count from now on as a hdc.


On the Right side facing you Attach the yarn to the 21st after our beginning ch2 of the previous round.


Row 1: ch2, 1 FPDC around the next 13 sts, 1FPDC around the ch2 of the previous rnd, 1FPDC around the next 13 sts, 1 hdc in the next st, ch2 and turn (28 sts)


Row 2-9: 1 FPDC around the next 26 sts, hdc in the ch2 of the previous row, ch2 and turn (28 sts)


Row 10: 1 FPDC around the next 10sts, FPDC2tog, 1FPDC around the next 3 sts, FPDC2tog, 1FPDC around the next 10 sts, hdc in the next st, ch2 and turn (26 sts)


Row 11: 1 FPDC around the next 24 sts, hdc in the next st, ch2 and turn (26 sts)


Joining the sides at back heel

Turn piece on the wrong side.
Ch1, join at heel the sides together, sl stitching through both top loops of each side. Don’t fasten off!
Slip stitch back to top. Ch 1 and turn piece on the right side again.

The CUFF:


Round 1: attach the orange yarn and make ch2 (doesn’t count as a st), 2hdc in each (hdc of the slipper) (22 sts), (make HDC in the next 8 sts), 2hdc in each (hdc of the slipper) (22 sts), sl st to top of first st. (42 sts)

 

Round 2: ch3, sk 1 st, *1 FPDC around next st, ch1, sk 1st*, repeat around from * to *, sl st to top of first FPDC.


Round 3: with black ch2, 1 FPDC around first skipped HDC 2 rounds below, sc in the next st, *1 FPDC around next skipped HDC 2 rounds below, sc in the next st*, repeat from * to * around, sl st with orange colour to top of first fpdc.

Round 4: ch2, 1 FPDC around first skipped FPDC 2 rounds below, sc at the top of next FPDC *1 FPDC
around next skipped FPDC 2 rounds below, sc at the top of next FPDC *, repeat from * to * around, sl st to top of first FPDC. Cut yarn. Fasten off. Weave in the ends.

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