If you're a beginner crocheter, you'll find the step-by-step photo instructions helpful. You'll also find a PDF printable version of the granny slippers crochet pattern that you can instantly download.
Bonus: I've designed some cute handmade with love gift tags that you're welcome to download for Free & add to your crochet granny slippers when you gift them.
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These crochet slippers are super cute and will keep your feet warm and cozy. The low cut front and side design give the slippers a stylish ballerina-flat look, while the higher heel helps them stay put. The pattern works up quickly and easily and consists of basic crochet stitches with increases and decreases. You can whip up a set for yourself or to give as gifts in no time!
This free pattern uses U.S. crochet terms and abbreviations. Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this pattern: Crochet Abbreviations, U.S. to U.K. Crochet Conversion Chart.
If desired, you can make each pair of crochet slippers as unique as the person you are crocheting them for! Try sewing on a dainty bow, pretty button, or even a fun pom pom to the toe area. Experiment and make it your own!
When you try this crochet slippers free pattern, you will also learn a new stitch called the half double crochet slip stitch. I have included a video at the end of the blog post to make it easy for visual learners.
This crochet slipper pattern is the perfect gift for teachers, new moms, a friend who is sick and anyone else you want to wrap up in a little bit of love. The free pattern is below or you can purchase the ad-free, printable PDF here.
I really hope this project will change that. This free crochet slippers pattern combines just enough cool factor and genuine functionality that you can give a pair to almost anyone and know that your gift will be enjoyed.
Because I really want you to be able to crank out these slippers as easily as possible, I put together a printable slipper sole template. The template makes it really easy to cut your own leather soles for any size slippers you crochet.
Crochet slipper patterns can be the perfect blend of function, style and speed. Most of these slippers and slipper socks can be crocheted in a weekend or less and rank high in the cozy category. Whether you want to learn how to crochet on flip flop soles or add leather to the bottom of crochet slippers, we've got you covered!
Until seeing Sarah's pattern, I just didn't know where to start with a slipper pattern, which might seem funny given how many crochet shoes I create. Sarah is a genius at simplifying designs to their most basic elements and I think her skills shine best in her free corner to corner crochet patterns. So charming, aren't they!
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Hello from London, I absolutely love this slipper pattern and have just found the perfect leather jacket from a thrift store, yarn on order and ready to start this project. I just wondered what your advice would be on how I should wash the finished slippers in the future considering they will have leather soles stitched on
These super fast crochet slippers are made from two simple rectangles, making this project perfect so giftable and beginner friendly! View the free pattern and video tutorial below or purchase the ad-free, printable PDF with bonus sole templates on LoveCrafts or on Etsy.
I've been on sort of a slipper quest over the years of designing crochet patterns. I've made sweater boots with flip flop soles, rustic slippers worked in the round, chunky slipper socks and unisex loafer-style slippers.
These slippers are so easy. Like on par with the 1.5 Hour Beanie. That easy. If you've somehow stumbled across this pattern and never crocheted before, I think you could make these slippers. If you've been crocheting forever and need a project you can whip up for your entire family this Christmas, this slipper pattern is going to be your secret weapon.
One peek at the brief video tutorial below and you'll see that these slippers are truly nothing more than a crochet rectangle that's transformed into a cozy little foot vessel. I hope this visual demonstration shows you exactly how simple these slippers are to crochet.
Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick tends to be my go-to yarn for crochet slippers because it's speedy to work with and helps projects come together with cozy comfort. The thing is though, you can really crochet these rectangle slippers with ANY yarn you have in your stash.
The pattern below is written with a category 6 yarn like Wool-Ease Thick & Quick in mind, but you can also follow the dimensions in the size table to crochet rectangles with any yarn. If you've got a lot of half-skeins of lighter weight yarn laying around, try holding 2-3 strands together to crochet a fabric that'll be durable and warm.
In addition, you can follow the rectangle slipper size guidelines in the free pattern below to crochet swatches using any stitch. See a stitch you'd like to take for a test drive before committing to a larger project Simply follow the rectangle dimensions listed in the pattern below to crochet a couple of swatches using whatever stitch you'd like and you'll have your own unique pair of rectangle slippers.
I'm a big fan of adding leather soles to my crochet slippers (or just crocheting directly on a flip flop sole!), so once I had a few pairs of these rectangle slippers crocheted, I knew they were going to get some fancy suede treatment.
Because I know many of us analog folks like to crochet from the comfort of our couches, I always offer a low-cost printable version of all of my free patterns. The PDF is beautifully formatted with large type and all the step-by-step tutorial images.
If you'd like to add some non-slip protection to your rectangle slippers, leather soles can work really well. Cut a right and left leather sole in whatever shape you'd like. The printable PDF of this pattern includes a template in 13 sizes to create soles like the ones pictured in the samples. Purchase the ad-free PDF with templates on Etsy here or on Love Crafts here.
We've got lots more free crochet patterns where this came from. From crochet on flip flops, to more fast crochet slippers with leather soles, we've got you (and your feet!) covered. Click here to see all our free crochet footwear patterns.
To make it less expensive may I suggest getting the 3 lb suede package from Hobby Lobby Right now it's $10.49 on sale and even the full price is only $15.00. I got 3 different colors and the suede is a very good quality. Better quality than the leather I purchased from an Etsy seller and thick. I am excited to finish up the slippers I have to get the soles on them and see how it performs. The pattern is easy to follow and is very quick to work up. I even have some ideas on how to make them dazzle for women who like a little floral in their slippers. My customers are going to love these slippers!!!
Crochet slippers keep your feet warm and toasty. I love that there are so many options on texture and yarn choices for making slippers. Therefore, I pulled together 32 FREE crochet slipper patterns from my designer friends and Yarnspirations. Make slippers all year long for yourself, your family, your friends, or even as charity crochet.
These cozy slippers made with chunky yarn are going to keep your feet extra warm. Pattern Paradise did a monthly series of free crochet slippers patterns. This is obviously only one of them so be sure to check out the rest!
Want to make an adorable pair of quick and simple slippers in a short amount of time These One Hour Crochet Slippers are exactly what you need. Choose some fun colorful yarn and begin crocheting yourself a pair of nice and soft comfy and cozy slippers.Plus, the video tutorial breaks down just how easy it is to make these DIY slippers, and is great for all of you visual learners out there. Start making this slippers pattern today, and have a new pair in just one quick hour!These insanely quick crochet slippers are the perfect pattern for just about any occasion. Easily created for men or women, these crocheted cuties are worked up in a bulky yarn. The bigger yarn makes the project a breeze and ensures that you have sturdy slippers that will keep your feet warm and toasty.These homemade slippers would be ideal for a long plane ride, an especially cold winter day, or a last-minute DIY gift.Once you've finished, check out this pattern for One Skein Joy Slippers! Note: This project is from I Like Crochet digital magazine. Non-members can access 3 free patterns every month. Subscribe to the I Like Crochet Gold Club for unlimited access to their entire pattern archive, featuring hundreds of exclusive patterns. Subscribe to our newsletter for amazing crochet patterns delivered to your inbox daily!Watch the video right below for the visual tutorial and then scroll for the written pattern! 1e1e36bf2d