Simple Crochet Slippers

Simple Crochet Slippers
Simple Crochet Slippers

It's always nice to get out of those dress shoes after work, but no one likes a cold floor on bare feet, either. These Simple Crochet Slippers make footwear that is comfortable, casual, and lightweight. The softness of the yarn is perfectly suited to keeping your feet snug and protected from the hazards of exposed toes, and this easy crochet slippers pattern is no problem to whip up. The warm neutral color feels very homey and attractive. Now, realizing you have your house shoes on when you're halfway to your destination won't even be embarrassing—these crochet slippers are too stylish for that!


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeUK – size 6 – 7, US – size 8.5 – 9.5, European 39 – 40 | Unfortunately,this pattern is still only available in one size. You can always go down a hook size to make them slightly smaller or up a hook size to make them slightly bigger.

Materials List

  • Option A:  100 g Double knit yarn (2 strands together) – Stylecraft Special Dk or Scheepjeswol Softfun Denim recommended OR Option B:  80 g Worsted weight yarn (1 strand) – Stonewashed XL recommended 
  • 5mm Crochet hook  (US 9/I  UK 5) – Clover Amour Crochet Hooks recommended
  • Yarn needle – Susan Bates Finishing Needles used here

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Perfect for use around the house, these simple crochet slippers. These will make your feet comfy and protected from the cold and from drying. Just keep your feet hydrated with lotion or petroleum jelly.

These crocheted slippers look very attractive! I think I'd like them in a deeper brown color. I have to admit I'm anxious to try them. I did appreciate the tip someone gave about using two strands of yarn on the bottom. I like the idea of a deeper surface to sink into. Has anyone ever attached anything to the bottom of slippers to give them a better gripping surface? If so, what did you use and how did you attach it?


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