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One Hour Crochet Slippers

Learn how to crochet slippers in just one hour! These simple slippers are quick & cute.

Updated May 16, 2018
One Hour Crochet Slippers
One Hour Crochet Slippers
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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.

Intermediate

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge7 sts x 4 rows in dc = 2” square

Finished Size9 1/2 inches

Materials List

  • Yarn | Featured in this Video: Cascade Yarns Pacific Chunky
  • Crochet hook

One Hour Crochet Slippers Instructions

Notes: The ch-2 in the beginning of the round will not count as a stitch. To finish a round, sl st to the first STITCH of the round to join, not the ch-2. This creates a ‘seamless’ join.
When working in rows, not rounds, dc in the space between the ch 2 and the first dc to finish row. 

  1. Round 1: 10 dc in the first chain, sl st to the first stitch to join. (10 sts).

  2. Round 2: Ch 2, 2 dc in each st, sl st to the first stitch to join. (20 sts).

  3. Round 3: Ch 2, * dc 3, 2 dc in next st, repeat from * around, sl st to the first st to join. (25 sts). 

  4. Rounds 4-11: Ch 2, dc in each st, sl st to the first st to join.

  5. Row 12: Ch 2, dc 18. (18 sts).

  6. Rows 13-15: Ch 2, turn; dc in each st. (18 sts).

  7. Row 16: Ch 2, turn; dc 5, dc dec 4 times, dc 5. (14 sts).

  8. Row 17: Ch 2, turn; dc 3, dc dec 4 times, dc 3. (10 sts).

  9. Row 18: Turn; sl st to Row 17’s 1st st.

  10. Round 19: Ch 2, use the ends of rows as stitches, 2 dc in each end of dc sts 6 times (12 sts), dc 7 across top of foot, 2 dc in each end of dc sts 6 times (12 sts), sl st to the first st to join. (31 sts).

  11. Round 20: Ch 1, * sk 2 sts, 5 dc in next st, sk 2 sts, sl st in next st, repeat from * to end. Sl st to ch 1 to join.

  12. Fasten off, leaving a long tail. Use long tail and yarn needle to sew heel together.

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I was looking to buy travel slippers since I will be traveling quite a bit this summer. And there is this pattern which will be perfect. I have the yarn and I can have my travel slippers in an hour. Perfect! The video is very helpful and the written instructions also help. Thank you for both!

I do not think I have access to this yarn at any of my local shops, so can anyone suggest a good substitution for it? Namely something that can mimic the same colorway because that is what I am liking about it the most. I wish I had a pair of these on my feet at this very moment. A great gift for a senior, as well.

Hi Kristi. I too love how you taught on this video. So easy to understand. I have the same question as another person below. To make men's size 10-11 or so, would you just do more of rounds/rows 13-15 and how might this impact subsequent rounds? Please respond as I'd like to start making some for Christmas gifts! Thanks in advance!

I would like to know the answer to this question also...

Happy, happy, joy, joy! Theres an instructional video for this one! Even though this pattern is very simple, I much prefer to watch the video first so if I have any questions, at least I have an idea about what Im doing ahead of time. Ill probably make a bunch of these to donate to Be A Santa to A Senior since they go so far up the ankle. The style also makes them suitable for either a man or a woman.

Hi Kristi, I love how you taught this on video. Very simple yet useful make. So I made a pair for my size. My husband wants one too. I get it that to increase the size I should do more round the kind 13-15 so make the sole longer. Other than that, what else?

Hi there Im a real beginner and this seems VERY obtainable for me! YAY! Heading out to buy yarn and wondering how many skeins of yarn will be needed to complete a pair of these slippers if created as you have in the video? Please advise ) Excited to start!

I cannot be 100% certain, but in my opinion, a pair of slippers probably covers the same amount of ground that a slouch hat does, and that would mean really just one skein of yarn. I think you could feel confident about that. By now, you've probably already gone out, bought the yarn and made the slippers! What I love is the jewel toned colorway. Plus, they look to be really soft!

Bonus, quick, easy, printable and video what more can you ask for in a pattern? Slippers are such a sweet present for everyone. I think I will start making up a pair a day to give to our Giving Trees at Christmas. Or maybe even to our local fire department that offers a drop off for Toys for tots. Thank you for such a quick pattern. They are great for giving away

One can never have enough slippers. These are washable and could almost double as socks. Thank you for the video tutorial. I think I will attempt to make these after I complete my current project.

I love finding these one hour or less projects. These slipper use basic crochet stitches and with that and the use of the bulky yarn these might even be finished in less than an hour depending on how fast of a crocheter you are. These look like they would be great at keeping your feet snuggly warm.

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