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Lilac Home Slippers – DIY

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Since spring is here, and soon the lilac will bloom together with other beautiful flowers, we thought you will enjoy a new project that will help you be comfortable around your house and keep an image of the summer during the cold season also. The Lilac slippers are a very quick and simple option accessible even for those of us that are most inexperienced or with no knitting skills. These slippers are decorated with crocheted or embroidered flowers with beads added. Size slippers – arbitrary. Presented by the description – from the 37th to the 40th. Check out the directions and the images to find the procedure. Please, note that the instructions are an automated translation from Russian.

You will need:
– any yarn (not thin);
– the remnants of woolen threads for embroidery and flowers (dark green, bright green, white, pink, purple);
– large and small beads (white, purple, transparent);
– slippers connected spokes № 4,5;
– flowers crochet № 1,75.

Directions:
1. Slippers – base
Spokes.
Collect 34 loops.
1st row: 1 bead, 32 facial, 1 bead
2nd row: 1 bead, 10 facial, 1 purl, 10 facial, 1 purl, 10 facial, 1 bead
3 – 34 range:
odd ranks = the 1st series
even as rows = 2nd row
35 series: 1 bead, 11 facial, 1 increase (from one loop towards two), 8 facial, 1 increment, 11 facial, 1 bead
36 series: 1 bead, 10 facial, 1 purl, 12 facial, 1 purl, 10 facial 1 bead
37 series: 1 bead, 34 facial, 1 bead
38 – 63 range:
even as rows = 36th row
odd ranks = the 37th row
64 – 72 Range: 1 gum front – purl 1
Close the loop, leaving a long thread.
Make a series with the addition – this place is the foot expansion.
2. Slippers – assembly
– “Sock”
Pull the abandoned thread through the loops of the last row (see photo number 2). Contract the thread (see photo number 3), and tie it. Next, sew edges associating for approximately 8 rows (see photo number 4 – 5).
You choose if you make the slippers more closed or more “small”.
– “Heel”
Pull a thread through the middle part (A) and contract the thread (see photo number 6 – 7). Part B is the next that you should sew (see photo number 8).
3. Decoration – Hook
– “Flower lilac”
Knit any number of lilac flowers of different colors of yarn.
Make a chain of 4 stitches in close able ring. Of this loop knit the following chain of 4 stitches, close the ring (hook to introduce a new loop chain). This way you will create a total of 4 petals. At the end of the connecting column of the fourth petal combine with the first.
– “Green leaf”
Knit a chain of 5 stitches. Next undergrad this chain in a circle. Come over the green leaves with a darker or lighter green to mark the veins.
Add embroidered flowers resembling the lilac flowers on to the knitted slippers. In the center of each knitted and embroidered flower sew on a bead. Right and left slipper should not be with the same pattern. Here the individual decorations are particularly welcome. For greater warmth and wear ability on the bottom of the slippers you can sew a felt insole. Even the most utilitarian things can be beautiful! Enjoy!

Lilac Home Slippers - DIY

Source: handmade39.

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6 Comments

  1. The slippers are very cute, but even though I’ve been knitting and crocheting for years the terms used in this pattern are totally unfamiliar to me. What do the terms “bead”, “facial”, “spokes”, “range”, “odd ranks” and “series” mean in this pattern? Does “collect 34 loops” mean “cast on 34 stitches”? Also, the pattern doesn’t specify a needle size or yarn weight.

    1. It’s probably an automatic translation from russian. From what I can understand “bead” means “slip stitch”, “facial” is “knit”, “spokes” must be “dps”, “range” is “to”…..
      For more help, we should try to find someone who speaks both russian and english!!

  2. bead is the for the beads you will be knitting into the fabric, series = rows. Facial = knit. Spokes = needles. Collect = cast on. Increment = increase. 1 gum front = knit 1

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