Tuesday, March 18, 2014


Pitter-Patter Pet Slippers - Pack 1 (Puppy, Bear & Fox)

If crocheting a shoe sole makes you a little crazy. you are going to love this simple slipper! 

Made in the round, this slipper uses a basic stitch combination that creates a texture rich fabric.

What’s more, these slippers will not fall off! The ankle is designed to hug the leg and stay on little piggies. 
Is it warm where you live or summertime? No worries! This pattern includes instruction for how to make these without the ankle portion.

PHOTO TUTORIAL INCLUDED for fox pattern changing color & carrying yarn.


MATERIALS: Durable Worsted Yarn - Medium 4 weight. Red Heart Super Saver, Impeccable.
PRIMARY STITCHES USED: Sc, Dc, Front & back post half double crochet.
SKILL LEVEL: advanced beginner
SIZES: Toddler sizes- adjustable by adding or removing rows. Size chart included.
QUALITY: All 3 Boys & A Ball of Yarn Patterns are independently tested.

Purchase Pattern for $4.99 on Craftsy & Ravelry.

<3 <3 <3 Melanie

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  1. I love that you designed these so the won't slip off. It seems like the smaller the feet the quicker they kick them off. Thanks for another cute design.

    1. Awe - you are welcome Pamela! You always have the sweetest and most encouraging things to say! I appreciate that more than you know. :)

  2. These are sooo cute! Curious though - you called this "Pack 1". Are you planning to release different sizes? Or different animals? Just wondering because I have a 3 month old and I would love to make these for him right now but just wondering if these would be huge on him at the moment. If you're going to release smaller sizes I might wait...

  3. Yes...pattern pack 1. I will be adding new animals! I think the toddler slippers would be huge on him at 3 months. But you just wait Mama...he will be fitting in to these in no-time! I have considered writing these in a smaller size. Depending on the need, I might just do that soon too. Thank you for the idea!