Free Crochet Slippers Pattern

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Christmas is coming!  Crochet a pair of these slippers in less than an hour.  They would make great teacher gifts or stocking stuffers.  Great for men or women.  Follow the written pattern, scroll down for the PDF, or watch the video tutorial!

 

MATERIALS:

Worsted weight yarn, 9 mm (U S M or N)crochet hook, yarn needle

INSTRUCTIONS:   Adult M to L:

  1.  Working with 2 strands of worsted weight yarn: Chain 5, slip stitch to join and form a ring.
  2. Chain 1, make 10 single crochet in the ring, slip stitch to join.
  3. Chain 1 and turn, make 2 single crochet in each stitch around, slip stitch to join. (20)
  4. Chain 1 and turn, single crochet in each stitch around, slip stitch to join.
  5. Repeat step 4 until the work measure approx. 5 inches (or 1/2 the total length of the foot)
  6. Chain 1 and turn, single crochet in each stitch, DO NOT SLIP STITCH TO JOIN.
  7. Repeat step 6 until the work is approx 10 inches, or the total length of the foot.
  8. Fold the work in half, and slip stitch the heel end closed.  Or fasten off and sew closed.

Weave yarn ends into the finished work.

 

FLOWER:  Chain 5, slip stitch to join and form a ring.  Chain 1, *make 5 double crochet in the ring, single crochet in the ring, repeat from * to form a total of 5 petals, slip stitch to join in the first chain 1.  Fasten off.

Download the PDF:  Free Adult  Slippers Pattern, size Med-Large

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3 Responses

  1. Emi, in the video you say to chain two, then slip stitch to join and make a ring, but in your written directions, you say to chain 5 then slip stitch to join and make a circle. I was wondering if that is a typo or not.

    • Hi Debbie! Well, actually no… there are 2 methods for starting, either with chain 2, or with chain 5. I sometimes find that with chain 2, it leaves a hole in the toe end of the slipper, but if you chain 5, and carry the yarn end along the outside of the ring, you can pull the yarn end and close up the end of the slipper. I hope that explains it for you… have a great day! Emi (I prefer the chain 5 beginning myself.)

      • Thank you for clearing that up for me! I will try the chain 5 method. I hope you are having a great weekend and keep on thinking up and posting your wonderful patterns and recipes!

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