Don't get cold feet! You can crochet warm, toasty slippers for everybody in your family with these free crochet slipper patterns. Crochet slippers are comfy to wear and satisfying to make. Crochet slipper patterns come in both easy and complex designs, offering something for every crafter. They make great gifts; stock up on a bunch of them to hand out to every guest that comes to your home this holiday season! You could even make a few spare pairs to keep in your guest room, giving a nice warm welcome to anyone who stays in your home.
Updated by Kathryn Vercillo
01 of 10
There are a lot of terrific free crochet baby booties patterns, many of which are versions of baby slippers. One great example is the psi of Simple Crochet Baby Slippers shown in the top right of the attached image, also known as the Sweet Potato Baby Slippers because they are one pattern in the Sweet Potato Baby Layette crochet pattern set. This set also includes matching patterns for a baby blanket, baby sweater and two types of baby hats. The name of the pattern comes from the colors chosen for the set, which is a great choice for getting baby dressed up in the autumn months. Of course, you could work the crochet baby slippers in other colors to be worn throughout the year. This pattern is written for three sizes, baby through toddler, so you could also crochet different colors for baby to grow into over the first two years of life.
02 of 10
This design is a modified "Mary Jane" style of crochet slipper with a strap. While it is not common to see straps on slippers, this design detail works here since the slippers are intended for babies. The design of these crochet baby slippers is inspired by golden slippers like those in fairy tales. This crochet pattern is written in one size for children under a year of age.
03 of 10
Socks and slippers are different for adults who are walking around the house and want their slippers to be thicker and plusher than their socks. But for babies who aren't walking, yet, there is not much difference, and these baby socks are perfect slipper alternatives for any young one. The two-tone design is adorable and they are fun to work up in many different color combinations. This free crochet pattern from Crochet/Crosia Home.
04 of 10
These basic slippers are really easy to crochet! They are worked in single crochet stitch with minimal knowledge of shaping required to complete the patter. This is a good option for people who are making crochet slippers for the very first time. This free pattern is written for four women's shoe sizes 3-12.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
05 of 10
This beautiful pair of crochet slippers is deceptively easy to make. It is worked in Tunisian crochet but if you don't know how to work that niche of crochet then you can still take advantage of the construction information in this post to make a pair of slippers. The post explains how to use a simple rectangle sized to your foot to make an easy pair of crochet slippers! This free crochet pattern is from Mrs. Micawber's Recipe for Happiness.
06 of 10
This is a DIY tutorial for learning how to make your first pair of crochet slippers. If you are seeking a pattern that looks cute, feels cozy and works up really quickly then this is the pattern that you want to look at first. Pattern designer Zoom Yummy shares how to add embellishments and appliqués to make personalized changes to the basic design.
07 of 10
This is a great crochet pattern if you want to make slippers as gifts for the holiday ... or even if you want a new pair of slippers for yourself as you open gifts this year. Make them in red and green instead of red and white for even more Christmas style. Or make them in other colors for striped slippers wearable in any month of the year. This free crochet pattern is from Pattern Paradise and was originally part of a Christmas CAL.
08 of 10
Crochet designer Julie Trepanier has made complimentary crochet slipper patterns for men and women, with either design working as a unisex design. These free crochet patterns are available as downloads on Ravelry.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
09 of 10
Want crochet slippers that are super, super quick to make and really cozy on anyone's feet? These chunky slippers are a great choice. They are made with roving and a big crochet hook. There is information within the pattern for adapting to the size of your own foot. This free crochet pattern is by Jazmo Crochet.
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Want to make a pair of crochet slippers that have a stronger foundation than one made only of yarn? Drunken Crochet shows how to upcycle flip flops to make sturdy slippers using post stitch crochet.