The Chic Moroccan Slippers are cozy, quick, and snuggly warm – and a free crochet pattern in 3 sizes here on Moogly!
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Designed on a reader request to match the other Moogly Moroccan Tile Stitch patterns, the Chic Moroccan Slippers crochet pattern includes 3 sizes – based on women’s shoe sizes, the Small fits a 5/6, the Medium fits a 7/8, and the Large fits a 9/10. But it’s the same pattern every time! How?
What changes is the hook size! By simply changing the hook size used, you can make this pattern fit most women’s feet. And the only difference between the right and left feet are the placement of the tie – which you can put wherever you want!
Made with super squishy Red Heart Chic Sheep by Marly Bird, each pair takes less than 1 skein of each color – making this a great go-to pattern for gifts for the holidays!
Chic Moroccan Slippers
US-G, 4.0mm hook – Brittany Hooks– Small Size Only
US-H, 5.0mm hook – Brittany Hooks – Medium Size Only
US-I, 5.5mm hook – Brittany Hooks – Large Size Only
125 – 150 yds Red Heart Chic Sheep by Marly Bird(100% Mercerized Merino Wool; Medium/UK: 10-12 ply; 186 yds/170m; 3.5oz./100g)
Colorways Shown (less than 1 ball of each used): Small – Sterling and Green Tea; Medium – Regal and Sangria; Large – VIP and Suite
Gauge: 7 sts x 4 rows = 4″/10 cm in dc rows with US-H hook
Sizes: Small (Women’s Size 5/6); Medium (Women’s Size 7/8); Large: (Women’s Size 9/10)
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This pattern includes 3 sizes, all made with the exact same set of instructions. Sizing is done via the hook size used. Please see the hook and sizing info above to determine which hook you should use to make your size.
Additionally, the right and left foot instructions are the same – the difference is on which side you put the bow of the tie.
The first half of each slipper is made in rounds, and then the instructions switch to rows.
If you prefer not to use the Chainless Starting Double Crochet, substitute a ch 3.
When removing the hook from an active loop, place a stitch marker in that loop to prevent losing stitches.
Rnd 1: With Main Color (MC), make a magic circle, ch 2 (does not count as a st), dc 12 into the ring; join with sl st in first dc. (12 dc)
Rnd 2: (CSDC, dc) in the first st, 2 dc in each rem st around; join. (24 dc)
Rnd 3: Ch 2, dc in next st (counts as dc2tog), ch 1, dc2tog in same st as 2nd half of previous st and next st, *dc2tog in next 2 sts, ch 1, dc2tog in same st as 2nd half of previous st and next st; repeat from *, join to top of 1st dc2tog, pull up loop and remove hook. (16 dc2tog, 8 ch-1 sps)
Rnd 4: With Contrast Color (CC), join with dc in first ch-1 sp, 2 dc in same ch sp, 3 dc in each rem ch-1 sp around; pushing Main Color active loop and working yarn to front of work, join to first dc, pull up loop and remove hook. (24 dc)
Rnd 5: Replace hook in active loop of MC, (CSDC, ch 1, dc) between first and last V of the row before the previous round (NOT in the ch sp, but between the dc2tog sts), enclosing the previous round in the dc st, *(dc, ch 1, dc) in the next sp between dc2tog sts of round before the previous round, enclosing previous round; repeat from *, leave working yarn and active loop of CC behind fabric, join, pull up loop and remove hook. (8 ch-1 sps)
Rnd 6: Insert hook in the ch sp of the first V st of the previous round, replace hook in active loop of CC and pull it through the V to the front, leaving working yarn behind, (CSDC, 2 dc) in the ch sp of that first V, *3 dc in next ch-1 sp; repeat from *, pull active loop and working yarn of MC to front of fabric, join, pull up loop and remove hook. (24 dc)
Rnd 7: Replace hook in active loop of MC, (CSDC, ch 1, dc) between first and last V of the row before the previous round (between the dc sts), enclosing the previous round in the dc st, *(dc, ch 1, dc) in the next sp between the V’s of the round before the previous round, enclosing previous round; repeat from *, leave working yarn and active loop of CC behind fabric, join, pull up loop and remove hook. (8 ch-1 sps)
Rnd 8: Repeat Rnd 6.
Rnd 9 and 10: Repeat Rnds 7 and 8, then break and finish off CC.
Rnd 11: Replace hook in active loop of MC, (CSDC, 2 dc) between first and last V of the row before the previous round (between the dc sts), *3 dc in the next sp between the V’s of the round before the previous round, enclosing previous round; repeat from *, join. (24 dc)
Row 12: Ch 2 (does not count as a st), dc2tog, dc in next 16 sts, dc2tog; turn. (Note: 4 sts will remain unworked.) (18 sts)
Row 13 – 21: CSDC, dc in each rem st across; turn. (18 sts)
Row 22: CSDC, dc in next 6 sts, dc2tog twice, dc in last 7 sts; turn. (16 sts)
Row 23: Ch 1, sc in first 8 sts; fold slipper in half lengthwise so that the 8 sc just made are behind the remaining sts from Row 22; sl st through both layers (Rows 22 and 23) to close up the back of the heel (seam is on WS of slipper). (8 sc followed by 8 sl sts)
Edging Rnd 1: Ch 1, from RS sc evenly around foot opening; join. (50 sc, or any even number)
Edging Rnd 2: Ch 1, *sc in the next st, ch 2, skip the next st; rep from * around, join and break and finish off MC.
Tie: With CC, tightly chain for 20-24″, and finish off. Tie and trim ends of chain. Weave chain through the ch-1 sps of Edging Rnd 2, placing the ends near the outside ankle of each slipper, or where desired.
I hope you enjoy making your own Chic Moroccan Slippers – and that you get a chance to try Red Heart Chic Sheep by Marly Bird. The colors are so gorgeous and vibrant in this pattern!
If this pattern inspires you to make your own slippers, and you post a photo on social media, be sure to tag me @mooglyblog or #mooglyblog so I can check it out too! I love seeing what you make!
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