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Time To Loaf Off ~ And A New Giveaway

Alert! New Slipper Pattern

This loafer is a fast project that produces a super comfy slipper. The top is crocheted as one piece directly onto the sole. You can even make it as one piece if you keep everything one color.


50% Off This Week Only


Use promo code: slipper50 during checkout to receive discount.*

         *Offer good until Sunday, May 17th, 2015 midnight Pacific time.

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Another Giveaway


I forgot to give away this Simply Soft Paints yarn when I posted my Slouchy Slippers pattern a little while back so now it’s up for grabs, along with this cute Namaste needle/hook case.

You’ll win both items by leaving a comment below letting us all know what you will be crocheting/knitting this summer.*

*Open to US residents only. Comments accepted until May 31st, 2015 midnight Pacific time. Winner will be chosen randomly and announced June 1st, 2015.




  • Krista

    Whatever free time I can eke out will be finishing my first shawl. Then, oh my, I will have to choose another project from my Ravelry queue which is already longer than one summer’s worth of beautiful things!

  • Noreen

    I am helping my daughter crochet (she is a new crocheter) some granny squares for charity and I am working on some Girl Scout dolls for my troop that is bridging.

  • Val funk

    Have made many c2c bkankets!!!! Want a new pattern to do. Thinking about a rainbow sprial blanket. The pattern is easy and fun. The change in colors will pop!

  • Darla

    I plan on working up some shawls for the holidays this summer. I just finished the yes yes one and was so inspired.

  • Heather Marney

    Hi, I will be working on a camo blanket for my grandson, a puffy flower baby blanket for my granddaughter who should be arriving in late Sept., and trying out a hookagraph project for a family Christmas gift! …I’m so excited to get back into crocheting!

  • Carol Mitchell

    I am learning to crochet carrier-mats and cat toys for Siamese Rescue, they will be used for the rescue kitties to rest on and play with and also to raise money for rescue through The Siamese Store. Working on learning an amigurumi-type snake-toy pattern with a jingle-bell inside the “head” – this yarn looks like it would work up as a really cool look for that! I appreciate your comment in the review video about it being “slouchy” when finished, the mats need to be soft and the snakes need to be flexible so that should also work well.

  • kalynjade

    I am currently crocheting a corner-to-corner baby blanket with a sweet ruffled edge and when that is done I’ll be starting a peppermint throw as a Christmas gift for my mother =)

Let me know what you think