AG Bunny Slippers-Free Pattern


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Easy on and easy off!  Keep those toes toasty warm!  For fun, add little buttons for eyes, embroider mouth and nose!

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Skill Level:  Easy

Supplies: F/5/3.75mm crochet hook, ½ oz Sugar and Cream cotton yarn, 10 yards Bernat Boa.

Stitches Used: ch (chain), slst (slip stitch), sc (single crochet), scdec (decrease single crochet)

Gauge: 4 sc per inch, 5 sc rows per inch.

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Directions-Make 2

Rnd. 1: ch6, 2sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 3 sc, 3sc in next ch, sc in next 4 ch, join with slst to beginning sc (in this and following rnds.), ch1, do not turn.   12 sc

Rnd. 2: sc in 1st sc, 2sc in next sc, sc in next 3 sc, 2sc in next sc, sc in next sc, 2sc in next sc, sc in next 3 sc, 2sc in last sc, join, ch1, do not turn in this or following rnds..     16 sc

Rnd. 3: sc in first sc, 2sc in next 2 sc, sc in next 3 sc, 2sc in next 2 sc, sc in next sc, 2sc in next 2 sc, sc in next 3 sc, 2sc in next 2 sc, join, ch1.      24 sc

Rnd. 4: sc in each sc, join, ch1.    24 sc

Rnd. 5: repeat rnd. 4.    24 sc

Rnd. 6: sc in first 8 sc, scdec over next 2 sc (4 times), sc in next 8 sc, join, ch1.   20 sc

Rnd. 7: sc in each sc around, join with slst to beginning sc, ch1.    20 sc

Rnd. 8: sc in next 9 sc, ch5, sc in 2nd ch from hook and sc in next 3 ch, sc in next sc, sc, ch5, sc in 2nd ch from hook and sc in next 3 ch, sc in next 9 sc, join, fasten off.

Rnd. 9: attach Bernat Boa at 1st sc of previous rnd, sc in each st around slipper, join with slst to beginning sc, fasten off.

If desired, add 2 small buttons for eyes on front of slipper and embroider nose and mouth.

© Feb. 2009   Pattern may not be reprinted, republished or resold without express written permission.

 

23 Comments on “AG Bunny Slippers-Free Pattern”

  1. Eva Says:

    Thank you for the patterns. I cannot crochet YET but I will learn and being smaller should be quick and easy! Thank you for sharing!
    Regards,
    Grandma Eva making for 3 granddaughter’s doll’s : )


  2. My pleasure! I’m currently moving and am not on line yet, but hope to be back soon! I try to keep the patterns fairly simple and I am sure you’ll be great! My grandaughters got me “hooked” too!

  3. Fran Vollenhals Says:

    Hi,

    I would like to make these slippers for my granddaughter who has 2 dolls.
    However, I don’t understand the directions for Rnd. 1. It doesn’t say when to join the round, and has too many stitches for the ch. 6.
    Could you please clarify this for me? I think the slippers are adorable, and I know my granddaughter would really love them.
    Thank you,
    Fran Vollenhals


  4. Sorry for the delay….it’s worked in the round off the beginning ch 6…….chain 6, 2 sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the nest 3 sc, 3 sc in the next sc, then working down the backside of the chain……sc in the next 4 ch (on the back side of the stitches that you already made)….at this point, it should look like an oval, join to the beginning sc…….I hope this helps…..I’m currently moving and do not have full time access to the internet, but hope to be back on line soon! Good Luck, Carol

  5. Benita Menchaca Says:

    I am looking for a crochet pattern to make some croc slippers. Do you have one or can you make one?

    Thanks


  6. I do plan to do a croc pattern……I will let you know when it is available. Thanks

  7. Phyllis Truscott Says:

    the pattern for the slippers is so cute. I am making doll clothes for my granddaughter. Am very excited to get started. Thank you so much. Phyllis


  8. I’m so glad that you are able to use the pattern…..but be careful…..once you start making clothes for the granddaughters……you may not be able to stop!
    Happy Hookin’! p.s. love your internet ID!
    Carol

  9. susan scott Says:

    love the bunny slippers pattern. making them for my grandaughter. Do you know of any American Doll look-alike that can go in the water? With summer coming would like to take doll in swimsuit to pool. thanks


  10. I wish I could help you with that…..I’m not sure of similar dolls that are “beachproof”.

  11. rECHELLE Says:

    On the bunny slippers I do not understand Rnd 1 even with the new directions in the comments. How do you sc in the next 3 sc when theres only your two sc and the chain? There is just not enough stitches.


  12. The slippers are worked in the round…..after you ch 6, work 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, then work a sc in the next 3 ch, then you work 3 sc in the last ch……….now working around the back of the ch……you would work a sc in the back loops of the beginning ch…….it should look like a little oval rug at this point.

  13. Amy Lynn Says:

    Super cute little slippers. I finally got around to making these. I’ve got a photo posted for you over at http://amylynn98.blogspot.com/2011/01/little-change-of-pace.html.

    Thanks for sharing it!
    Amy Lynn


  14. They came out adorable! You’ve got a good start on the AG outfits. She’ll have a wardrobe in no time at all!

  15. Tanya Says:

    I made a pair of these for my daughter’s AG doll. For those having problems with the first rnd, when the patterns reads working in the back chain-flip your work from top to bottom and work the next four stitches in what is now the top, but was the bottom, in the back loops of the chain.
    Thank you for the pattern.

  16. Carrie Says:

    I love these slippers but am new to crocheting. I got as far as Rnd 6 and am completely confused. Doesn’t make sense to me and can’t go further unless you can clarify instructions to a beginner. Thanks so much.
    Carrie


  17. Hi Carrie:
    Rnd. 6-at this point it should look like a little oval rug….you want to sc in the first 8 sc, the work a sc decrease over the next 2 sc (this will make 2 sc into 1 sc)…..work the decrease 3 more times…..then sc in the last 8 sc. You should now have 20 sc……join, ch 1

    Rnd. 7: sc in each sc

    Rnd. 8: This makes the bunny ears…..sc in the first 9 sc…….(first ear) chain 5…..work a sc in the 2nd chain from the hook and sc in the next 3 ch…….(you should be back down to the slipper), sc in next sc on shoe……(2nd ear)in the next sc, work a sc, ch 5 and then work a sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 3 ch (now you are back at the slipper), sc in the last 9 sc on slipper, join to beginning sc, fasten off.

    This makes the ears in one piece. This way, you won’t need to make the ears and then sew them on…..
    Hope this helps.
    Carol

  18. Kay Pugh Says:

    These slippers are adorable. Thanks for the pattern. Visit me over at grannasdesigns.blogspot.com to see some of the clothes that I made from thrift store finds for my granddaughter’s AG doll.


  19. I will! I love when I can reuse goodies………LOL….it’s called repurposing now-a-days!
    I wasn’t able to leave a comment on your site (my crappy dial-up service), but your designs are fantastic! The smocked dress for little girl’s are beautiful. The detail is awesome! I’m going to try to link you.

  20. sandy lee Says:

    look really cute

  21. sandy lee Says:

    cute


  22. Thank you so much!


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