Toddler Crochet Slippers

Our cottage has been rather freezing of late, and the girls feet getting colder so I went on the hunt for a crochet slippers pattern. I was delighted to find this free crochet slippers pattern from Megan at Tampa Bay Crochet (adapted from a pattern by Nikki Kirkwood) and promptly worked some up for my girls.

Crochet Mary Jane slippers by @twit_brit at Aeris Loves Amigurumi.
They don’t take long to crochet, are really warm, and even pass the toddler ‘stay on’ test. I would however, recommend hot glue gun dots to the soles of these crocheted slippers as they can be very slippy on kitchen tiles!

Crochet Mary Jane slippers by @twit_brit at Aeris Loves Amigurumi.Crochet Mary Jane slippers by @twit_brit at Aeris Loves Amigurumi.
The free pattern is available for toddler sizes 6-10, and Megan helpfully provides a link to the adult crochet slipper pattern too. Find both patterns here:

Crochet Mary Jane Slippers

Crochet Mary Jane slippers by @twit_brit at Aeris Loves Amigurumi.

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