Good morning, I hope you are having an awesome Wednesday so far! I haven’t had a post in a little while because I have been very busy crocheting/tweaking these adorable tribal moccasins, plus working on some other sweet projects that will be coming to the blog soon. Knitting and crocheting can take such a loooong time, but thats ok because I love to do it!! 🙂
This lovely pattern was created by Umme Yusuf and can be downloaded from her blog here. I was so excited to stumble across this pattern because I have been wanting moccasins for a while now, and this was the perfect opportunity to make my own!
Tribal patterns are so trendy right now so I thought it would be cute to incorporate that into the moccasins. I added the colorful stripes to the top and I love the little detail it adds! I can’t wait to make more in all sorts of different colors, plus Trisden will probably be getting a pair in the near future as well. Somebody stop me, haha.
The moccasins crochet up really fast an can be customized to fit any foot. I recommend trying them on as you go to make sure you are getting the fit that is most comfortable fit for you.
I photographed the entire crochet process, plus add a few tips of my own. Now, I’m not going to recite the pattern, but just provide photos of all the major steps. Sometimes it’s nice to see photos of a pattern just so you know you’re doing it right especially if you’re just learning to crochet.
One big tip I have for this is to NOT weave in your ends until the very end. It took me a couple tries to get them to fit the way I wanted them so leaving the tails out made it easy for me to unravel and re-crochet.