Looking for a cozy handmade gift to make? Any of these slipper crochet patterns would be perfect gift.
There are a lot of creative crochet slipper patterns. Some crocheted slippers are fast and easy great for beginners.
There are crocheted sneakers, boots, and chenille slipper crochet patterns to try. There are several clog slipper versions to try too.
Crocheted slipper patterns are great because they don’t need all lot of yarn usually about 1 skein of yarn. You might have enough yarn right now to start your next crochet slipper project.
There are lots of different colors you could go with. Read the reviews and get ready to learn how to make slippers.
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Slipper Crochet Patterns – Printable PDF
This crochet designer of these vans style house shoes has a baby version too. You could make matching pairs.
Easy to follow instructions, great pictures
I’ve bought this pattern in every size and I love them! They come out perfect everytime. Amazingly clear instructions. I definitely would recommend.
Good pattern. Easy to follow. Pictures helped with placement of stitches making this pattern easy for less experienced crocheters
Learn how to make matching slippers. There are also baby versions of this crochet slipper pattern too.
Great pattern! Seller also took the time to help me with an alternation to help customize width.
I’ve made a lot of baby booties from various patterns, and most shoes/booties/boots/slippers follow the same general work up, as this one did, but this is the best pattern.
I’ve ever seen for crocheted footwear. It’s easy to follow.
Love sneakers? Make this fun pair of converse style slippers.
Very easy to make! I love the different sizes so I can make many pairs!
I’ve only ever crocheted hats and other simple things before, so I was nervous about my ability to make these. I’m happy to report that, thanks to the brilliantly clear instructions, I absolutely nailed it!
Make this colorful and comfortable slipper. It looks good in lots of different colors combinations.
Easy to follow pattern that makes a really cute slipper that can have several different variations. Also makes a slipper that is actually wearable.
Love this pattern! I tried four colors. It was easy to follow, and the product is beautiful! It turned out exactly as pictured.
Try the crocodile stitch when you make these pretty slippers
Brilliant, so much fun to make and looks fabulous
Make this popular version of clog slippers. There are baby clog versions too.
Absolutely fantastic pattern! The detailed explanations and added bonus of lots of pictures was just wonderful! Thank you so much!
These comfy looking crocheted slippers are made out of chenille yarn. They will be warm and extra soft great for winter.
Love this pattern! Very easy to follow.
Pattern very easy to follow! I did have to use 1 size smaller hook to obtain proper size. Love how these turned out! Thanks
Make a pair of cable slipper boots. This pattern would be great for keeping your feet cozy in the winter.
Great pattern, easy and quick! I made multiple sets for Christmas gifts.
Great pattern! Well written and easy to follow. Love how my slippers turned out!
This pattern is super cute. Can’t wait to get crocheting.
Wowser! These boots look great! I just bought the pattern and after reading through find it contains explicit written details and includes a photo tutorial.
Thank you for including jute bottoms in the pattern as well! So excited to give these a go!
Make these comfy looking clogs, that look like knitting.
The instruction is easy to follow and it was easy to make. Thank you.
crochet knit slipper clogs pattern. it’s a well written pattern, I could get the desired result with no problem.
The slippers have proven very useful in this cold season. and I attached them to flipflop soles easily (instructions NOT included in the pattern).
Made these for myself, really easy to make. Lovely and comfy and they keep my feet toasty warm. Love all your patterns.
Great, clearly written pattern that works up very quickly. I’ve already made 3 pairs for birthday gifts! Writer includes useful tips for attaching leather securely to the bottoms of the slippers. Thank you!
This pattern was easy for me to follow. The bulky yarn worked up quickly. Very cozy and comfortable. Made several pairs.
Easy to follow pattern. Fast to make. They look great
I love this pattern! The pattern is written up to size 12 for women. She even gives a note on how to make the slippers non slip. The pattern is very easy to follow!
And I love how the sole is constructed! I used red heart yarn with the hook size recommend for the pattern and my slippers came out great!
Got this pattern to make matching slippers to match my daughter’s. My Mom loved them so much I’ve made her two pairs. Thank you!
Learn how to make a cozy pair of house slippers with this pattern.
The pattern has been written very user friendly way, with helpful pictures and explanations. Slippers are so fast to make. Love it!
Easy and fast. Love this pattern
Skill Level: Intermediate
Yarn Needed: Bulky category #5
Was fun. super easy to follow Definitely recommend!
easy to follow pattern. turned out cute.
There are several different sizes for a great fit. Make your own cute crocheted cow slippers.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Yarn Needed: Worsted Weigh category #4
Free Crochet Slipper Patterns
- 18. Ahh Spa Slippers for Women Crocheting Pattern
- 19. Bunny Crochet Slippers
- 20. Ahh Spa Slippers for Men
- 21. Simple Chunky Cable Crochet Slippers Free Pattern
- 22. Crocheted Sunday Ballet Slippers
- 23. Free Chunky Crochet Slipper Pattern
- 24. Chukka Crochet Slipper Boots
- 25. Ballet Slipper Style
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