Family Slippers video
Family Slippers
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Rohn Strong is a crochet and knitwear designer and yarn spinner who has been crocheting since he was 6 years old. His designs reflect a desire to push the boundaries of the crafts. He has instructed several Annie's video classes and has designed numerous patterns for Annie's. His patterns have appeared in both Crochet! and Crochet World magazines. Rohn has also taught many... Full bio »

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Grab your hook and learn how to make these easy Family Slippers! The slippers are made in flat panels and then sewn together, making this a great pattern for those new to slipper / sock making.

Interested in donating your project? This design was made for Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries. The organization offers award-winning services in housing, feeding, substance use disorder withdrawal management and treatment, youth camping, skills development, job placement and essential items giveaways to help many attain much-needed stability, sobriety and self-reliance. See the end of the pattern for more information on donating.

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Instructions given for child small; changes for child medium, child large/adult small, adult medium and adult large are in [].

  • Bulky (chunky) weight acrylic/wool yarn (3 ½ oz/143 yds/100g per skein):
      • 1 skein Charcoal
      • 1 skein Cream
      • 1 skein Black
  • Size H/8/5mm and J/10/6mm crochet hooks or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Tapestry needle
  • Stitch markers
  • Straight Pins

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