Easy Crocheted Adult Slippers


Easy Crocheted Adult Slippers


Easy Crocheted Adult Slippers

"Crochet these simple slippers, which can be worn as tall boots or rolled down for an ankle boot look (as in the image). These boots are crocheted in two parts - a sole, and the top of the boot - then these two parts are crocheted together. A person with size 7 shoes will have to wear thick socks with these boots. These boots are simple, nothing fancy - but you can use your imagination and dress them up your way. You can either follow the pattern, or knit along my video (link on my blog). Enjoy."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size7-9

Materials List

  • Bernat, Berella

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I like the idea of making these for my local senior center for donation. Also, wouldn't this make a good gramma and granddaughter project at the home? The two could visit and have quality time while creating something useful. The stitches used are just single crochets really, but you just need to be able to follow along row by row and be accurate with your shaping.

I can appreciate any shoe/bootie/sock that has a wide toe. It is not that I have big feet, I just like to have wiggle room. I also love that this is more of a bootie than a slipper. From the picture that has been provided, they sure do look very comfortable.

These are certainly more masculine looking than most slipper patterns Ive come across. I have what my dad always called Texas Feetwide at the front and narrow at the heel (think cowboy boots), so I also appreciate how wide the toe box is. Since you generally make the sole as a double layer, why not work the bottom part using Scrubby yarn? That would help prevent slipping.

These slippers do sort of look like ankle boots. Older people most of the time have cold feet year round. This would be a great project for a charity group to work on and then distribute their makings to local hospitals, nursing homes, and rehab centers. It is the time of giving.

These are almost cute enough to wear outdoors. They look like real "boots". However, they will not protect feet with crochet soles even if they are doubled. I still adore them. I know when I visit my favorite craft store this week I will purchase what I need to make these for my hubby.


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