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38 Easy Crochet Slippers for Adults and Kids

By: The Editors at
38 Free Crochet Slippers for Everyone

Find some time in your busy day to work up crochet slippers. This is the best way to keep your feet nice and warm during any time of year. Free crochet shoes and slippers are easy to make and will keep your little piggies happy. No little piggy wants to squeal all the way home to have cold feet!

Free crochet slipper patterns come in all sizes and crochet designs and, of course, you can crochet them for anyone! Crochet kids slippers are even fun to put in stockings for the holidays. Anything homemade is sure to be talked about between friends and family. You always hear about people crocheting scarves, hats, and shawls, but what about crochet for feet? Let's not forget about the little guys down there.

Because we think crochet slippers are such great projects to work up, we've made a collection of slipper patterns just for you....and everyone you know! These are some really cute crochet designs that you can save and come back to at a later date when you want to make even more.

Crochet Kids Slippers

Brilliant Boat Slippers

Crochet slippers for kids can be really fun to work up. You can add a little more flare to crochet kids slippers than you can for adults because they get a kick out of animal heads and googly eyes. Make being warm just another fun part of their day!

Crochet Slippers for Men


Socks and slippers make great gifts, but crochet slippers for men are something you can really put your heart into. Often times men might think crochet is for women only, but whip up a pair of these slippers, and they'll have to rethink that statement. When they have something warm to protect their feet from icy floors, they'll be glad to have a crocheter in the family!

Crochet Slippers and Socks for All

Celtic Dream Crochet Slippers

Below, you'll find a wide variety of free crochet slippers to choose from. Many of them are unisex crochet patterns, so both boys and girls can enjoy this collection of free crochet slippers and socks for all. Everyone can enjoy the feeling of getting home at the end of the day and treating their feet to some crochet TLC. The whole family can have a set, or their own unique slipper style. The options are endless!

Bonus! Best New Pattern

Hungry Shark Crochet Slippers

All the monsters in your child's closet will disappear with these Hungry Shark Crochet Slippers. Despite the fact that they're shaped like sharks, these slippers are adorable.

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I love these! I have a big box in my closet and all during the year I make things and some get put in the box for Christmas presents. By September I have quite a stash. I make the kids one size larger than they are wearing if I make them be gore August to account for growth. With the older adults I am safe making their usual sizes. This will give me quite a selection!

One way to get it to download is to click the green writing next to the 'book' and above the red button. The writing that says "One Skein Patterns: Crochet Made Simple". Then it takes you to a page that you can click the red button and away you go. Good luck.


for the coziest slippers pattern you can use this link or in the one that appears in the browser bar insert : between // and www

It would not open for me either so I went to the browser and typed in the name of the slippers and they came up in all free crochet.

#13 - coziest slippers ever won't open for me...I just get a diagnose problem internet explorer screen...would really like to see if they are some I'd like to try.

I'm having the same problem. I use Chrome and it's giving me the "This web page is not available." message. It would be nice if the page would load so we can see the pattern.

Megan, these are superb. What a fantabulous idea. I have crocheted slippers over the years but they tend to slip of. Or if you extended the ankle they were difficult to get on, but these.......!! I give you accolades by the gazoodles. You have talent my dear. If & when a craft competition comes up I seriously urge you to enter.

I also just joined. I love crocheting and knitting but crocheting is my favorite. I am looking for a slipper--got the pattern from Beverly's Fabric shop in Sacramento CA. years ago and now I lost it. It was Knitted and had a double sole, made with Worsted Yarn. Just a knit one row and Purl the next. If anyone should have this I would love to have it again. I hope to have a wonderful time doing some of these patterns I see on this web site. Happy Crocheting everyone.

Just joined your site and love it! I used to crochet slippers, where you start at the toe and work in the round, increasing as you go. Each slipper was done as one piece and covered the heel. Does anyone have the directions?

Is this the one you mean? with video tutorial

I love the button cuff slippers but I cannot open it. I have Adobe PDF reader (updated version X). I was able to download some of your other patterns but not this one. Please advise.

Try this link

Thank you very much for the free patterns. I really enjoy them!

hai, thank you for all the wonderful patterns you have. i love to crochet shoes , and slippers and always find it difficult to comprehand the instructions given. can anyone help me with crocheting shoes and slippers with japanese crochet symbols and patterns whichi find so much easier to understand.thank you and god bless has some wonderful videos on reading patterns and symbols. So does Interweave crochet's web site. Also Crochet Me's website....and on the back of each mag-emag they sell. Don't forget Crochet world!! they do too!!! Hope this helps U. God Bless U and Yours, marybeth

I am so glad to find crochet flipflops. Can't wait to make them. Let u know how I do.


I hope this link helps...

If you go to the crochet crowd on Facebook he has a wonderful crocodile stitch bag pattern for free. here is the link to there pattern hope this helps I know I'm a little late from your posting but I just found this site. Have fun!


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