Simple Chunky Cable Crochet Slippers Tutorial

The Simple Chunky Cable Crochet Slippers have been popular since they debuted a year ago! They take only an evening to make, fit both narrow and wide feet sizes 6 – 11, and use just one skein of yarn. Lovely! But making the cable portion has tripped some people up, and they asked for a video. So here’s how to make the Simple Chunky Cable Crochet Slippers!

Learn how to #crochet the Simple Chunky Cable Crochet Slippers from Moogly with this video tutorial!

Simple Chunky Cable Crochet Slippers Video Tutorial

The original pattern, found HERE, includes a step by step photo tutorial, as well as the written directions and details, so I didn’t want to reproduce those here. If you want to follow along with the video and the written instructions, I recommend opening them up in two tabs so you can go back and forth. Or, watch the video first and then head over to the written pattern – it’s up to you! The video only includes the right foot, but the left is very close, as you’ll see – just watch the numbers before and after the cable sections. Otherwise, they’re the same!

I hope this video helps out those who’ve had trouble. It’s a fun, fast pattern – and the slippers are so warm! If you can’t find Lion Brand Wool Ease Chunky, you can try regular Wool Ease doubled up. And with a bit more yarn, you can turn them into boots by adding some simple cuffs! If you’re looking for a way to make them non-stick, be sure to check out this roundup of 7 great non-stick slipper methods!

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  1. 4

    MARRIE says

    1. And how many stitches are there total in row 3??
    2. One more thing..I know its not VERY important that the size of yarn and hook should be same but, what is the suitable yarn size with 4.0 milli meter crochet hook
    Give me a brief respond to point “2”.. About which yarn size is suited with different size of yarns..

    • 8

      Tamara Kelly says

      It does – it’s been quite a while since I made that video, but there is a photo tutorial on the pattern. I’d follow the written instructions.

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