Semi-Granny Slip-on’s

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Pattern written: Sorry I’ve just created this pair & haven’t tried any other size yet since this is my size.

Ladies: S/M US: 6/8 UK: 3 ½ – 5 ½ Continental: 36-38 ½ Japanese: 22 ½ – 24 ½

Material: 2 Fashionable Buttons Sorry I Just took buttons out of my bucket of buttons & tried to see which ones would work through the button holes that I made. I’m not a professional.

Crochet Hook “h”,”5 mm”, “8” or “6” in the UK

Yarn: Sorry I’m not sure about the amount needed but I’m sure you can do this with your scrap yarn no more than 1 ½ oz I suppose. I’m not a professional by any means.

Sorry I didn’t measure my gauge but they should measure between 7” unstretched (17.8 cm) – 9” (22.9 cm) when slightly stretched.

Stitches used: (FPT) Front Post Treble in the USA sorry I’m not familiar enough with the UK stitches to know what to call it as you can see I pulled a chart from the internet to attach so that others will be able to follow & convert the stitches accordingly to the UK at least.

Abbreviations USA

Abbreviations UK

chain (ch)

chain (ch)

single crochet (sc)

double crochet (dc)

half double crochet (hdc)

half treble (htr)

double crochet (dc)

treble (tr)

treble (tr)

double treble (dtr)

double treble (dtr)

triple treble (tr tr)

slip stitch (sl st)

slip stitch (sl

Body, Sole & Beyond the Semi-Granny (Make 2)

v Start with your choice of color & ch 4, place 2 more DC in 4th ch from hook, ch 2, place 3 DC in same 4th ch from hook, ch 2, place another 3 DC in the same space as before, ch 2, add another 3 DC in the center of this soon to be closed beginning of a Granny with a HDC in the 1st ch of the ch 3 of the 1st DC in this grouping & finish it creating a new starting position in the last DC of the last set of 3 DC.

v (Beg DC + 2 DC, ch 2, 3 DC) all within the beginning position, ch 1, (3 DC, ch 2, 3 DC) in the next ch 2 space, ch 1, (3 DC, ch 2, 3 DC) in the next ch 2 space, ch 1, (3 DC, ch 2, 3 DC) in the next ch 2 space, ch 1 & sl st to beg DC of this round. Another new starting point created.

v Beg DC in this ch 1 space, DC in the next 3 DC, 2 DC in the ch 2 space, create from this point an additional Foundational Chain of 32 DC + a joining Foundational DC into the next ch 2 space on the opposite corner, 2 DC in this space, DC in each DC & ch 1(7 DC), 4 DC in next Ch 2 space, Dc in each DC & ch 1 space(7 DC), 4 DC in next ch 2 space, DC in each DC & ch 1 space ending with a sl stitch to the top of the beg DC for this round.(65 DC)

v Sc in each DC evenly around ending with a sl st into the 1st sc of this round.(65 sc)

v DC in each SC of previous round ending with a sl st into the beginning DC for this round (65 DC)

v Sc in front loop only of the previous DC for this round evenly around ( 65 sc)

v Working in back loop of previous two rounds to begin forming the sole, sc in the next 12 spaces, dec 1, sc in the next 5 spaces, dec 1, sc in the next 22 spaces, dec 1, sc in the next 9 spaces, dec 1, sc in the last 10 spaces ending with a sl st through both loops of the beginning sc of this round.

v Working in both loops once again for the remainder of the rounds, sc in the 1st 12 sc of previous round, dec 1, sc in next 3 sc, dec 1, sc in next 22 sc, dec 1, sc in next 7 sc, dec 1, sc in last 10 sc ending with a sl st in beginning sc for this round.

v HDC in 1st 12 sc, dec 1, hdc, dec 1, hdc in the next 22 sc, dec 1, hdc in the next 5 sc, dec 1, sc in the last 10 sc, ending with a sl st to the beginning hdc for this round.

v Hdc in the 1st 12 hdc, dec1, dec 1, hdc in the next 22 hdc, dec 1, hdc in the next 3, dec 1, hdc in the last 10 ending with a sl st & fasten off. Now turn slip on inside out & in ½ to sl st the seam together starting at either end & working in the outer loops of both sides, sl st to the other end, fasten off & hide small tail by weaving.

v Topper Section is worked in Rows- Rejoin your yarn on either side of the ankle depending on which slip on you want to make first since they can be buttoned & unbuttoned if you prefer. Working in the Back loops only for the 1st row. You should have a total of 33 Sc for this row.

v Beg hdc, hdc in next 2, T crochet to the front loop of the 1st rows DC , Hdc in next 3, T in front loop of the 1st rows DC, Hdc in next 3, T in the front loop of the 1st rows DC, hdc in next 3, T in front loop of the 1st rows DC (at the base of the 17th stitch), hdc, T in the front loop of the 1st rows DC(at the base of the previous 17th stitch), hdc in the next 3, T in the front loop of the 1st rows DC, hdc in next 3, T in the front loop of the 1st rows DC, hdc in next 3, T in the front loop of the 1st rows DC, hdc in next 3 ( you will have a total of 8 T in this round)

v Sc evenly across this row (33 sc)

v Beg hdc, hdc in next 2, FPT around previous T, Hdc in next 3, FPT around previous T, Hdc in next 3, FPT around previous T, hdc in next 3, FPT around previous T, hdc, FPT around previous T, hdc in the next 3, FPT around previous T, hdc in next 3, FPT around previous T, hdc in next 3, FPT around previous T, hdc in next 3 ( you will have a total of 8 T in this round)

v Sc evenly across this row (33 sc)

v Beg hdc, hdc in next 2, FPT around previous T, Hdc in next 3, FPT around previous T, Hdc in next 3, FPT around previous T, hdc in next 3, FPT around previous T, hdc, FPT around previous T, hdc in the next 3, FPT around previous T, hdc in next 3, FPT around previous T, hdc in next 3, FPT around previous T, hdc in next 3 ( you will have a total of 8 T in this round)

v Sc evenly across ending with a ch 4, sl st into the base of the top of the hdc of previous row, sl st down the side of this cuff to base of the row, sc in 1st space, sc in each DC & Ch 1 space across, ending with another sc in the base of the cuff & sl st to approximately the same position on the cuff from the buttonhole just created to make them fashionable in appearance, fasten off & hide small tail. Now attach the button to the other side of cuff.

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4 thoughts on “Semi-Granny Slip-on’s

  1. I love these slip-ons. 🙂 Is there any way you could guide me so as to make them in a larger size? I am not a very experienced crocheter and do not have a clue as to how to make the adjustments myself.

    1. What size are you wanting to create? If it is just one size larger use the same # of stitches but use the next hook size larger to create them with. I created them by measuring the piece every so often against my foot to make sure I was making my size. They do stretch slightly. However, I do know that if you use a larger hook & the same # of stitches you will achieve the next size up. Does that make sense?

    1. Well because the pattern starts out as a Granny that transformed into a slipper without leaving the granny so I wasn’t really sure if I should say Granny Square Slipon slipper or Semi-grannysquare slipon slipper.

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