JUTE SOLES! They are finally here…

Are your slippers feeling outdoorsy?
I’m so excited because i’ve had this on my pattern to-do list for years!! and it’s finally done. This pattern comes in 14 sizes, from Baby/Toddler size 5 all the way up to Men size 14. This pattern doesn’t come with a slipper pattern, it’s just the soles made with jute that you can add to your crocheted/knitted slippers or even thick slipper socks. In this video, my 1 year old daughter is wearing her Little Oma Slippers with their new jute soles.  : )  The adult pair at the end are the Lola Slippers with jute soles. Enjoy!! You can purchase this pattern on etsy or ravelry  : )

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  1. Luna Reply

    Hi Mrs Tara !…following your blog quiet long time. Wonderful blog,I have a question for you , Where can I find jute to make the soles.Before I ‘ll buy the pattern I would like to know if I can find it on any Craft Store.
    Thank You very much , have a wonderful week.Blessings !


    • Tara from EasyMakesMeHappy

      Hi Luna, I found my jute at Walmart. It’s a 3 ply jute that looks very much like a worsted weight yarn. You can find it at most hardware stores, craft stores and convenience stores : )

    • Luna

      Thank You very much for your help.Very nice from you.

      Have a blessed weekend!


  2. Jubilant Jessi Reply

    That video is too cute! I love that you came up with this pattern. I’ve always loved crochet slippers but never made any because I wanted to wear them outside. Problem solved. Thanks so much!!!

  3. Cherine Clarke Reply

    Hi Tara,
    I have just started crocheting and I am busy making a granny squares. How difficult are these slippers to crochet? I live in the midlands in south Africa and have been looking for a self help project this seems like it could be a good idea. My hope is to find an item that can be easily made by the local community and sold to supplement their income.
    Do you think this could work.? You are such an inspiration. “It is in giving that we receive”…. I believe this and would really like to make a difference to the lives of others less fortunate then myself.

    Take care.

  4. Debbie Reply

    Do you still make a second sole for your slippers or is the jute sole the second?

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