I love to crochet slippers! It’s such an easy and mindless project to make and, without a doubt, a great gift to make for a friend. Especially during winter time, when no matter how warm is inside, it always feels better to have a comfy pair of socks or slippers. I made this pair while listening to Priestdaddy, by Patricia Lockwood, which was an interesting journey through the life of a US Catholic family. So many differences between the Romanian culture and the US Catholic culture.
I made my very first pair of fox crochet slippers about 3 or 4 years ago. And with each new pair, I made progress. I made so many pairs in the last few years, that I could very well have written a pattern about making these slippers. Continue reading →
EN: I love foxes and I love to crochet stuff that resemble these cute creatures. During the last few years I managed to crochet hundreds of fox slippers which are being cuddled and loved as we, ahm, I write and you read 😛
And while I was making fox slippers, my fellow crocheter Cati was making wonderful and cute fox hats for her own lovely girls.
Last week I got challenged to make the teeny-tiniest pair of fox slippers: so tiny they fit a 6 month old baby. And the tricky part was in making a fox that was big enough to resemble a fox and tiny enough to … well, fit the shoes.