Mukluk Slippers Crochet Pattern
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Design by: Carol Ballard
Skill Level: Easy
Size: Child's Sizes: Infant (sole = 4″), Small (sole = 5″), Medium (sole = 6″), Large (sole = 7 ¾″);
Adult's Sizes: Small (sole = 9 ½″), Medium (sole = 10 ½″), Large (sole = 11 ½″)
Infant: Sport Weight Yarn;
Any Color: 2 oz, 144 yd (56 g, 130 m);
Child: Light Worsted Weight Yarn;
Any Color: 3 (5, 8) oz, 165 (275, 440) yd [84 (140, 224) g, 149 (248, 396) m]
Adult: Worsted Weight Yarn;
Any Color: 9 (11, 13) oz, 495 (605, 715) yd [252 (308, 364) g, 446 (545, 644) m].
Crochet Hook: Size F-5 (3.75 mm) and H-8 (5.00 mm) or sizes needed to obtain gauge.
Crochet Pattern for Mukluk Slippers
Have you ever heard of crochet patterns for Mukluks? They are a soft boot traditionally made of reindeer skin or sealskin and were originally worn by Arctic natives, including the Inuit and Yupik. The term mukluk is often used for any soft boot designed for cold weather and modern designs are often similar to high-top athletic shoes. Now you can crochet your own soft Mukluk Slippers. These crochet slippers are sized to fit a child and all the way up to an adult size large. You can make a pair for every member in your family. You might want to be cautious with showing this crochet project to others. Once they see how cute these Mukluk Slippers are on your feet, you might be making a pair for everyone you know. Think about how fashionable your feet with look with these fun and trendy slippers. This crochet pattern is sure to please.
The Mukluk Slippers crochet pattern includes instructions for 7 sizes that include infant, child and adult sizes. With so many options, you have a great reason to get your crochet hook and yarn out to start making this project for the entire family. Infant sizes use a sport weight yarn to keep the slippers small and lightweight. Adults sizes use a worsted-weight yarn to keep the slippers durable and hold up to walking around your home. Mukluks are commonly found in the neutral colors of tan, gray, brown or white, but you can use any color of yarn you want. The Mukluk Slippers are an easy crochet pattern level and work up quickly so you can start wearing them right away.