تعليم الكروشيه: سليبر شراب – Learn how to Crochet: Slippers Socks

تعليم الكروشيه: سليبر شراب – Learn how to Crochet: Slippers Socks


Welcome today we will crochet a slipper sock as we can see this is how it looks the slipper will suit size thirty eight so lets see how we will crochet it but before er begin we’d like to remind you,
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to activate notifications by clicking the bell we will use two threads each one will be a different type this one is Alize Sekerim Bebe and the other will be SNG they both has same thickness but different colors we can choose either the two threads are same
type or two different types as we did here but it’s important that the two threads
are the same thickness and we will use a size 4 hook and we can also use size 4.5 the amount of yarn we will be using of each
color will be less than the quarter of the roll which is less than 25 grams we will start off with the starting chain we will start with three chain stitches then we make a ring by joining the very
first stitch with the last stitch and as we see we will make just three chain stitches we will crochet the slipper starting
from toes to the heel so we will start from bottom to top we started with three chain stitches because
we want the beginning part to be tight we don’t want the ring at the beginning to be wide which will cause the slipper to be wide at toes part so as we saw we started with three chain stitches and we made a ring by closing the very first stitch
with the last stitch using a slip stitch (Sl) now we’re going to make three chain stitches and start making the first round with double crochet stitches (DC) as we see we insert the hook into the ring
we made at the starting chain and the first stitch we make
is double crochet stitch (DC) insert the hook again into the ring and make the second double crochet stitch (DC) continue the same way and make
14 double crochet stitches (DC) we do all of them the same way, we insert the hook
into the ring we made at the starting chain the double crochet stitches (DC) should be rolled on
the chain stitches, not inside the chain stitch itself as we said the first round will be
14 double crochet stitches (DC) we make them all the same way now we completed 14 double crochet stitches (DC) as we see all of them are done through
the ring we made at the starting chain at chain number 3, we will close
the round with a slip stitch (Sl) and that’s how the first round looks we will start the second round we will start off with three chain stitches starting from the second round we will be making
front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) the part of the slipper which will be on the leg will be done with front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) in the first stitch we will start making the first
front post double crochet stitch (FP DC) we will make two front post double
crochet stitches (FP DC) as we see we insert the hook in the stitch from behind and we make the front post double
crochet stitch (FP DC) like that at the first stitch we made two front post double
crochet stitches (FP DC) turning around it the next stitch we will make only one front post
double crochet stitch (FP DC) turning around it at the next stitch we can see how the front
post double crochet stitch (FP DC) is done we insert the hook in the stitch
from behind and pull the yarn and continue making the front post
double crochet stitch (FP DC) but in this stitch we will turn around it and make another front post
double crochet stitch (FP DC) so as we saw, starting from the second round we started making front post
double crochet stitches (FP DC) at the first stitch we made two front post double
crochet stitches (FP DC) turning around it the next stitch we made only one front
post double crochet stitch (FP DC) in the next stitch we made two front post double
crochet stitches (FP DC) turning around it together at the next we will make only one front
post double crochet stitch (FP DC) and we will continue on the same sequence making two front post double crochet
stitches (FP DC) turning around one stitch and at the next stitch we are making only one
front post double crochet stitch (FP DC) the next one will have two as we can see here we made the first
front post double crochet stitch (FP DC) we then we go back to the same stitch and make
a front post double crochet stitch (FP DC) and we will continue on with same
sequence to the end of the round now the second round is completed at chain number 3, we will close
the round with a slip stitch (Sl) as we saw, in the second round we started making
front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) and starting from the first stitch we made our way
using the same sequence for the whole round making two front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) turning around the first stitch we made them both at the same stitch at the next stitch we made only one front
post double crochet stitch (FP DC) the next stitch we made two front post double
crochet stitches (FP DC) turning around it and at the next stitch we made only one stitch
and used same sequence for the rest of the round two front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) then
one front post double crochet stitch (FP DC) and then two stitches and then one stitch and keep
this sequence until the end of the round we will start round number three we will make the whole round with front
post double crochet stitches (FP DC) they will be single stitches so at every stitch we will be making only one
front post double crochet stitch (FP DC) and if you needed explanation for how front post double
crochet stitch (FP DC) or any other stitch used in this video you can check our crochet foundations videos on our
channel and watch the specific video we made for every stitch we are now working in the third round making one front post double crochet
stitch (FP DC) in every stitch so there is no increasing in the third round all stitches are single at every stitch we make only one front
post double crochet stitch (FP DC) now the third round is completed as we saw all stitches in the third round were front post double crochet stitches (FP DC), all were single stitches then we will continue all rows in this part of the slipper working with front post double crochet stitch (FP DC) only in the first round we used double crochet stitches (DC) so it can be a foundation for the rest of rows and as we saw, the second round is
the one that gave us the expansion at that round the sequence was two front post
double crochet stitches (FP DC) together and the next stitch had one front post double crochet stitch (FP DC) and then two stitches and then one and we followed this sequence for the whole round we completed round number three with single
stitches without any increasing we are going to make just one step to give us
some width, and it depends on foot size because as we see we are now crocheting the toes part
and then we will be working on the widest part of the foot so if we wanted to give this part more width
depending on the desired foot size we will repeat the same steps in fourth and fifth rounds we will increase only one stitch
in fourth and fifth rounds but if we’d like to increase more then
we make two stitches in every round or we can increase in the fourth, fifth and sixth rounds and the seventh also. so the increasing can be done by
adding one stitch in each round, not just fourth and fifth rounds so we will start round number four
and we will increase one stitch in it at the first stitch we will make two front post
double crochet stitches (FP DC) together we will continue making the whole
fourth round with single stitches so it’s only the first stitch that we increased a stitch in it because we are increasing
the size with only two stitches and of course if we wanted more width or if the width is fine and we don’t want to add more
width so it’s our choice to make it depending on the foot size but as we saw here we increased
one stitch in this round and we will also increase one stitch in the next round because we don’t want a huge increase, we just need to
add little more width to give more comfort to this part because the desired width of the slipper
was already made in the second round after that there will be a slight width
increasing that gives us some comfort we’ll then continue the the fourth round, we started it
with two front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) together and the rest of the round will be with single stitches now round number four is completed and as we saw, there was no increasing
in round number three all stitches were single but at the beginning of round number
four we made only one increasing stitch and continued the rest of the round with single stitches we will start making round number five and here we will also make two front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) in the first stitch they both will be turning around the same stitch and we will continue the whole
round with single stitches as we said this is the width we
will be doing in this slipper but if we want to increase the width we can
make another round with two stitches and check to see if the width is fine and if we needed more width we can increase
one more stitch in the next round or we can increase two stitches in the fourth and fifth rounds instead of one stitch for each round so in each round we will make two front post double
crochet stitches (FP DC) together turning around the same stitch two front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) and as we see here, we continue the rest
of the round with single stitches and at every stitch we make only one front
post double crochet stitch (FP DC) we said we will stop the increasing
at round number five we will start round number six and starting from round number six and as we said, the increasing will
be at the fourth and fifth rounds all the next rounds we will make them
the same way using only single stitches there will be no increasing at all unless
we wanted to add more width and after that, we will make all
rounds with single stitches working all of them the same way, all stitches
are front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) and at each stitch we make front
post double crochet stitch (FP DC) and this part will be 18 rows this part will start from toes to the heel so this part will be 18 rows and as we said this is the part where we can make
some changes if we wanted to change the size so here we will make 18 rows which will suit size 38 but if we wanted to change the size and make it bigger or smaller size 38 means that the whole foot
length is 24.5 centimeters the part from toes to the beginning of the leg
is approximately 17.5 centimeters and those will be the 18 rows will be doing but if we wanted to change the size
to a bigger or smaller size because the slipper can be made for men or children so depending on foot length and sizes the part from toes to the beginning
of the leg is the part we can change we will increase or decrease in rows number
depending on the length of the foot and since our size here is 38 we
will make 18 rounds for this part as we said, starting from round number six we stopped increasing and started making single stitches and made only one front post double
crochet stitch (FP DC) at every stitch and now we are working in round number
six so we will continue the same way we are making the rounds until
we reach round number 18 and now we completed this part starting
from toes to the beginning of the leg and as we said this part was 18 round all of them made with front post
double crochet stitches (FP DC) now we will start the heel part the heel part will be almost half a round
or two thirds of this round so we will not complete the front part
as at this point there will be the leg but we will make this bottom part because
this is the part that will cover the heel now we will put a pin. we cut off the yarn so we
can connect it to the part we will start with because as we said it will not be full rounds now we go back the starting
chains and count nine stitches one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine and at stitch number nine we will connect
the yarn and make three chain stitches because we will start working with front
post double crochet stitches (FP DC) but we also need to locate the second half,
so at the starting stitches we will count nine stitches in the second half one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine and put the pin and now we will work starting from this spot where
we connected the yarn until we reach the pin then we stop and start making the next row this way so at this part we will make rows but we will do nothing in this part here we will just work in this part, starting from this spot where we connected the yarn until we reach the pin and this is the part which will cover
the heels and both sides of the foot we can also change the number of the nine stitches on
both sides depending on how much width we need for this part if we wanted to have more or less width so
it covers more or less space of the front we can then change the number of the nine stitches,
but anyways we won’t make a big change it might be one or twos stitches max but it can’t be much more or much less than that because as we see the space left here is not much it’s almost suitable to give us the space we need as we
won’t be covering this part of the slipper because it’s the leg part we will continue working in this part and as we said we will be doing front
post double crochet stitches(FP DC) so at the first stitch we will make front
post double crochet stitch (FP DC) and we will continue making front post
double crochet stitches (FP DC) of course all stitches will be single stitches we will continue until we reach the pin now we have reached the stitch where
we put the pin and we will stop here as we see here this is the row that we
will be making the rest of rows on it we will start the new row we will start the new row with three chain stitches and to maintain the shape of the front
post double crochet stitches (FP DC) we are now working in rows so when we reach the pin as we did now we go
our way back to the spot where we started and we will be making back post
double crochet stitches (BP DC) as we can see here the front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) are on the back side so we will make back post double
crochet stitches (BP DC) we turn around the stitch from behind we’re doing this to maintain the shape of the front
post double crochet stitches (FP DC) so now we are doing the stitches this way to maintain the shape of the front post double
crochet stitches (FP DC) at the slipper front but because we are making the row from the opposite direction and we are facing the backside so we are making back post double
crochet stitches (BP DC) you can also check our crochet
foundations videos on our channel to learn how to crochet back post
double crochet stitch (BP DC) it’s explained in detail if you’d
like to see how it’s done as we can see the front of the stitch is very clear
in the front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) so we turn around the stitch from behind the only difference here is that
the stitch is facing the backside and not facing us as we did in front
post double crochet stitches (FP DC) the front post double crochet stitches (FP DC)
in this part was fronting us but as we see here this part is
prominent but on the backside as we can see here we turn
around this stitch from behind but since it’s on the backside so we make back post double crochet stitches (BP DC) again, we are working this way to maintain the shape of the front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) at the slipper front as we see here the back post double crochet stitches (BP DC) are back post double crochet stitches (BP DC) at the slipper front so we will make this part depending on the direction when we are facing the front we will make
front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) and when we are facing the backside
as we are doing in this row here we will make back post double
crochet stitches (BP DC) as we said this is to maintain the shape of the front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) at the slipper front now we completed the second round now we will switch the direction and we will be facing the front so we will make
front post double crochet stitches (FP DC) we will continue making our rows this way now we started the third row this part will be nine rows and it’s also the part we can
change to get different size we explained how to change size in the first part changing the size or number of rounds depending
on foot size from toes to the beginning of the leg also from this part to the end of the heel we can control the number of rows depending
on the length or size of the foot as we explained we calculate the whole foot length then we measure the front part length
from toes to the beginning of the leg and then we calculate the length
starting from this part here and as we said changing the number of rows increasing or decreasing will change the size accordingly so we will make nine rows in this part and this will be suitable for size 38 as we specified where these rows started and ended we continue making the rest of the rows
with the same size we specified and we will also consider changing the rows directions in one row when we are facing
the slipper front as we see here we are making front post double
crochet stitches (FP DC) and when we flip it and face the backside of the slipper we will make back post double crochet stitches (BP DC) so we will continue making the rest
of the nine rows in the heel part now we completed the heel part making
all rows the way we explained this was the width of the rows as
it wasn’t fully completed rounds and this the part we left on the front
because this is where the leg will be and we made nine rows as we see now we need to close this
part here to form the slipper’s heel so we will flip it on its back
and fold it to two equal halves then we start connecting with
the stitch on the other side we will insert the hook in each of the opposite stitches we folded these rounds into two equal halves as we see here we folded it on its back so we
can make the stitches from the backside so we folded it into two exact equal halves and we will pull the yarn through
each two opposite stitches and connect them with a slip stitch (Sl) insert the hook into the next two stitches and pull the yarn through each of them
and connect them with a slip stitch (Sl) insert the hook into the next two stitches and pull the yarn through each of them
and connect them with a slip stitch (Sl) continue connecting stitches the same way connect every two opposite
stitches with a slip stitch (Sl) last two stitches and we close this part now as we can see here the foot part is completed it has the foot shape exactly and the heel part is also finished now we will make the upper part of the slipper
that will cover a little of the leg this part here will cover the foot we will start making some rounds to cover the foot to make this part we will choose one
of the two colors we used here but still we are going to use two threads together
to maintain the same thickness of the slipper we will choose the grey color as we said we will use two threads together
to maintain the same stitches thickness at the connecting part here at the end
of the heel we will connect the yarn and we will make three chain stitches we will start the first row with double crochet
stitches (DC) to be the foundation for this part we need this part to have the proper width we don’t want to add more width to it so if at every stitch on both sides we made
the stitches as these ones shown here each stitch is split to two stitches and there also the parts where there will
be starting chains for the previous rows if we followed the same sequence by making
same number of stitches in this part this will result in more unwanted stitches and we don’t need that as it will cause more width we need this part to be a little bit tight on the leg so if during working we noticed
that we have some extra stitches because as we said the sides don’t have apparent stitches that we can change or modify so we will do our best not to make
a large number of stitches and as we said that’s to make this
part a little bit tight on the leg and there won’t be extra width in it so what we will be doing here
at the beginning of every round we will be making one stitch at
the beginning of every round especially in both sides here these are the parts where there will it will be
a little bit difficult to adjust the stitches but the stitches at the front part here are very clear because it has stitches lengthwise as we
can see so we will work on all stitches but here at the side part we will make
only one stitch for each row but if we wanted to add more width we can
increase one or tow more stitches in each side as we can see we are making
only one stitch for each row so we can make two stitches at this row one stitch at the connection part here and the other
one goes through this gap here this way we will be adding one more
stitch to the sequence we mentioned lets go back and make only one stitch at this row here and another one at the second row here.
and we can also make another one here we are still working in one side and we are still following the same
sequence we mentioned before we made one stitch for each row, but
we added two more stitches here so the width won’t be so tight and of course we can change the width
depending on the size of the leg as we need this part to fit the exact foot size then we will start working on the front part and the stitches here are clear as we see so at this part it’ll be easier for us to make
a double crochet stitch (DC) in each stitch and we see here in this part we made
it with double crochet stitches (DC) because it will be the foundation for the stitches
we will be making in the next rows now we completed the front part we will start working on the other side and as we said we will make the number of
stitches to be the same as number of rows but we can add two more stitches
as we did in the other side so the row won’t be so tight in general we will adjust the width
of this part depending on leg size we will close the round at these stitches here with a slip stitch (Sl) and that was the first round in this
part which will be on the leg we explained how it’s done without adding extra width by making only one stitch for each row, so the number
of stitches are the same as number of rows in heel part but we added two more stitches for both sides but the front part here had clear stitches so we made only one double crochet
stitch (DC) at each stitch and as we said we can change the width of this
part depending on the size of this part of the leg and regarding the amount of yarn
we clarified at the beginning because we used more amount of the grey color so we will be using a little bit more than
the quarter of the roll of the grey color but the other color we will consume almost
quarter of the roll as we mentioned we will start making the second row.
the grey part here will be three rows only we made the first row with double
crochet stitches (DC) and we will show you how to make the other two rows and this will be the height of this part and if we’d like to add more height we can increase
the number of rows to the desired height but now we will make two rows only the first stitch we will make is a front
post double crochet stitch (FP DC) the next stitch will be a double crochet stitch (DC) as we saw here we made the stitch
through this stitch not around it then we will make front post double crochet
stitch (FP DC) from behind this stitch the next stitch will be a normal stitch insert the hook into the stitch and make
a double crochet stitch (DC) the next stitch will be a front post
double crochet stitch (FP DC) the next one will be a double crochet stitch (DC) and this is the sequence we will follow
for this row and the next row this part will be three rows as we mentioned at the first row set the size and also we
made it with double crochet stitches (DC) so it was the foundation for the next rows we will make second and third rows the same way one front post double crochet stitch (FP DC) and the next stitch is a double crochet stitch (DC)
we go through the stitch normally the next one will be a front post
double crochet stitch (FP DC) and the next one is double crochet stitch (DC) we will continue this round and the next
one the same way a front post double crochet stitch (FP DC)
and then a double crochet stitch (DC) then a front post double crochet stitch (FP DC)
and then a double crochet stitch (DC) we will continue this round
and the next one the same way now we completed this part of
the slipper which will be on the leg and we explained the last two rows we made them
with one front post double crochet stitch (FP DC) and then a double crochet stitch (DC) then a front stitch (FP DC) and
a double crochet stitch (DC) we also explained that this part was three rows the first row we made it with
double crochet stitches (DC) we also said that this is the row where we will set
the width depending the size of this part of the leg so it must be the proper width to fit the leg size and we explained how to make it the suitable
size without adding more stitches and this was the last step in making the slipper using the same way and same number
of stitches we will make the second one the second one is completed
and now we have a pair of slipper if you liked this video don’t forget to like and share and if you have any question write it in the comments subscribe now if you want to get all our new videos Than you

100 thoughts on “تعليم الكروشيه: سليبر شراب – Learn how to Crochet: Slippers Socks”

  1. السلام عليكم ورحمة
    رجاءا اريدك تعلميني بلوزه بدون ردن ل ابي رجاءا
    جزاك لله الف خير

  2. تسلم ايدك بس سؤال انا عملت زي ماقلتي الاول 18 سطر وبعد كده القدم 9 سطور طلع كتيير طويل شو الغلط؟ مشكورة جدا

  3. مرحبا انا عملت اشتراك حابه اتعلم الكورشيه لو سمحتي بدي ابدا بشي سهل بئيه ابداااا ساعديني وربي يزيكي الخير

  4. السلام عليكم رحمه الله وبركاته تسلم ايدك المقاس ال حضرنك عملتيه بياخدصوف قد ايه لو سمحتي

  5. أتمني الإشتراك في قناتي قناتي بتقدم محتوي لطيف خاص بالبنات وأيضا خاصه بتعليم الكروشيه 📌📍والرسم🎨🎨 والأعمال اليدويه

  6. طبعا تحفه تسلم ايدك،، ليه سؤال لو سمحتى فى نهاية الشوراب ممكن تشتغل عمود امامى وعمود خلفى يعنى ايه الفرق في النتيجة النهائية فى حاله عمود امامى و عمود عادى ،، والف شكر

  7. شكرا لكم على مجهودكم!
    عند غلق الدور بمنزلقة في السلسلة الثالثة هل ندخل الخطاف في الحلقة الأمامية أم الخلفية؟ أم تحت الاثنين؟

  8. Merhaba kanalımı yeni açtım tığ işi örgü modelleri iğne oyası vs yapıyorum kanalıma abone olarak bana destek olursanız çok sevinirim

  9. نفسي اتعلم الكروشيه بس للاسف خلقي ضيق مش باستحمل اسمك الابره

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  11. تسلم يدك عملتها لي بنت خالتي وكان عمرها سنه وكتير عجبت امها شكرا الك

  12. جزاك الله خير .انا تابعت الفيديو و عملته باللون الاسود والاحمر وطلعت نتيجة مبهجة .شكرا ليك 👍🌼

  13. تسلم ايدك بجد شرحك رائع وبلاش الناس تنتقد واللى مش عاجبه ميشوفش الفيديو

  14. https://youtu.be/NMwobetSUjU
    يا جماعه دى قناتى على اليوت يوب اتفرجو على الفديو وعملو اشتراك للقناه وفعلو زر الجرس وعملو ليك للفديو لو عجبكم

  15. تسلم ايديكي جميل بس للاسف شرحك للي عنده خلفيه بس صعب للي عاوز يتعلم انا نفسي اتعلم الكوريشيه بس مش عارفه ابتدى من فين

  16. بجد ماشاء الله عليكي
    كل أعمالك روووووعه
    انا متبعاكي من قبل
    ربنا يوفقك

  17. جميل جداً ياريت سوين بعد اكثر وكون سهل جداً وشكرا😘❤

  18. لو سمحت لو عاوزة اعمله مقاس اصغر لطفل 4 سنين هتكون الخطوات ازاي

  19. Hermoso
    Lástima que no está en español
    Intentaré hacerlo
    Saludos desde Santa Marta Colombia

  20. تسلم ايدك تحفه ممكن تدعميني وتشرفيني في قناتي نونا ست الحبايب

  21. السلام عليكم. تسلم ايدك حلو جدا وسهل جدا بس عندي سؤال لو هعمل ده لطفل عنده ٥ سنوات ابداء بي نفس عدد الاعمده ١٤ عمود ولا اقلل مع جزيل الشكر

  22. هي ايه الفرق ما بين ابره حستخدم معاها خيط قطن او صوف عشان انا حشتري فالبياع قالي كده وايه مقاسات الإبر الا ممكن تبقى عندي

  23. انا جيت عند الكعب وبعمله بالظبط بس بلاقي البروز اللى المفروض تكون من جوا ظهرت من برا كمان وها تجنن بجد مش عارفة الغلط فين يا ريت حد يرد ضرورى

  24. السلام عليكم … شغلك أكثر من رائع
    قناتي تقدم طريقة عمل العاب كروشيه وعرائس للاطفال

  25. تسلم ايديك لو سمحتي نفس المقاس بس ابرة 3وخيط متوسط ابدأ بكم سلسلة بسطر الأول

  26. انا مشتركه جديده تسلم ايدك حبيبتي ممكن اعمله بخيط واحد بس👍👍🌹🌹

  27. الغرزة بالبداية ماهي واضحة وشوي مو واضح كيف تسوي الفيديو سريع مع هذا بطاته لكن نفس المشكلة ماهي واضحة كيف تسوي

  28. تسلم ايدك بجد بجد بجد❤ ممكن اعمله بخيط واحد بس سميك ويحتاج مني قد ايه لو ينفع؟؟!

  29. على فكرة سرعتك بالكلام مابتعطيش وقت للمشاهد يفهم ويستوعب ايش الي بتسويه

  30. السلام عليكم راني قاصدة البنات لي حابين يتعلمو الكروشي من الالف الى الياء اشتركو في قناتي و بفضل تشجيعكم و دعمكم سوف ابدأ في تنزيل فيديوهات تعليم الكروشي من الاول حتى الاحترافية فقط احتاج الاشتراك

  31. جزاكى الله كل خير شرحك ممتاز تسلم ايدك. ممكن تقولينا اسم الخيط أو تصورى البكره نفسها

  32. جزاكي الله خيرا بس المشكله ان علشان اةصل للمعلومة لازم اسمه نص الفيديو وبتعيدي المعلومات كتير اوي 😢💚💚💚

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