Sixty Minute Crochet Slippers


Sixty Minute Crochet Slippers

Sixty Minute Crochet Slippers
Sixty Minute Crochet Slippers

These Sixty Minute Crochet Slippers are a quick pattern to work up in just an hour or less. Just start with a magic circle, and you have an accessory to keep your feet warm all winter long. Sizing instructions are available for multiple sizes so that it is easy to fit a variety of people. The bulky weight yarn also makes them so comfortable you will forget you're wearing them. These crochet slippers will work up fast so you'll be able to wear them in no time or you can give them as a last minute gift.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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


There are many different types of crochet socks and crochet slippers from around the world. Each region seems to have a different concept of comfort.

Although clogs may not seem very comfortable, you shouldn't judge before you slip your foot into one. This footwear, commonly associated with Holland, is affordable as well as practical (and everyone needs a good budget-friendly pattern once in a while).

Espadrilles are from the Spanish region and are basically lightweight slippers that you can wear outside, especially when it's hot. They're mostly made of canvas and should have some kind of sturdy sole on the bottom. 

You've probably seen a lot of moccasin slippers around. They really are very comfortable to wear out or just around the house. Native Americans are credited with the development of the moccasin. This kind wouldn't be too difficult to make into crochet slippers.

Delve into the Japanese culture with the geta. Getas are like platform flip flops made of wood, so they're not as soft as the crochet slippers that we're accustomed to seeing. They will, however, keep your feet from sinking in the mud!

Tsarouhi slippers are from Greece and are worn by a specific type of Greek guards as a part of their traditional uniform. These slippers have fuzzy tops, and they're sure to stand out in the crowd.

What's your favorite type of slipper?

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Pretty pattern, BUT there's no legend for the stitch abbreviations. I'm new to crochet, so what in the world is fptrc???

Hi kentuckywoman2, I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble with the abbreviations. Fptrc stands for front post triple crochet. We have a handy guide on crochet abbreviations that is handy to bookmark here: I hope this helps! - Laura, editor of AllFreeCrochet

Just a there a printable version? I dont want all of the pictures

Slippers are just not for wearing in the winter. You can make these slipper to wear year-round by just changing the yarn. The standard medium weight yarn or even baby yarn would make these slippers comfortable enough to wear in the spring or fall.

Finally, a slipper pattern that I love. These are so cute, They look very sturdy and snug enough to stay on your feet. I will be making all the ladies in my family a pair for Christmas.

Oh my! I'm sooo excited!!! These are the ones. I'm so happy that they're labeled that they're easy and that they only take 60 minutes to make up! I have just the perfect person to these give these to and I can't wait to get their pair done because I'm making me a pair next! They look so comfy and the color possibilities are endless. It was very thoughtful for the artist to be concerned about our safety and include a link to non-slip additions! I also love her large detail photos!

What a great way to spend an evening in front of the tv when the weather is cold and gray. Crocheting a pair of these slippers will be something fun and productive to do for myself. Hard, cold wood floors are not my friend in the winter months! The garnet color is something I would wear for sure.

These slippers are so warm and they are an actual dream to make because they are so easy and quick. I have made them in all sorts of sizes and different yarns and they have always turned out perfectly. My husband dots silicone sealant on the bottom of the slippers for me and this makes them less likely to be slippery.

I found this pattern here awhile ago and I have been hooked on it ever since. Pun intended. They make up super fast, are very easy and do not take much yarn at all. I dress them up a bit. I made dark brown ones and put a yellow Daisy on the toe. Red with a pink rose. You can do so much with them. This is my go to pattern when I need a pair in a hurry for a gift.

I made these slipperseven used the same burgundy colored yarnfor my bedridden aunt in Texas. She had some serious medical issues and after being discharged from the hospital, she wasnt allowed to return home as she lived alone. She fussed and carried on so that a few of us nieces decided to surprise her with some items for her new home. I sent a lapghan and these slippers. She loved them because they actually stayed on her feet!

I love this pattern. It is so quick and easy. I have literally made dozens of pairs of these slippers since first getting the pattern. My husband finishes them off for me by carefully squirting little globs of silicone glue on the soles and this, once dry, makes them far less slippery. The bulky yarn I use also keeps the shape of the slippers well.

Those slippers are so cute. They are for carpeted floors though. If you live in a tropical country where you don't usually have carpeted floors, these slippers can be slippers. Here's the link to the pattern http// == et-slippers/.

Sorry. I should say, "These slippers can be slippery." Thanks.

Using this pattern to make a mama a pair of slippers in the same color as baby booties for her new baby (for the hospital!) Leaving off the diamond pattern and adding a bow. #bestideaever

I made these years ago and found them to easily work up in 1 hour, so it's true to it's name. I left off the diamond pattern down the top of the slipper as I didn't have enough yarn. These keep your feet very warm and are great on a cold day.

can anyone provide instructions for increasing size to fit men size 12?

I had this pattern a Long time ago and lost it, and have been looking for it ever since. I can't believe I found it here. It's a fast easy pAttern. I can make up a pair in no time. They can be tucked into a suitcase so easily to take along anywhere. Thank you so much.

This pattern was so easy and fun to make that I made several and then I modified them a bit by making them taller and using many different finishes around the ankle.

Love all the different colors you used on your socks cooshee! Looking at the picture on this page, the pattern looks difficult but I am so glad to hear a review from someone who actually made the pattern and to find out it's pretty easy! Thanks for your open and honest opinion!

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I am trying crochet for the first time and I cannot find out what 2 dc means. I know it is double crochet but the 2 is throwing me off. Does it mean a cluster stitch?

It means you should do two double crochets in that stitch. Thanks - AllFreeCrochet Editors

I love these. They are a bit longer than sixty minutes, but not by much. This was the first project with cables that I have been able to make because of the pictures. I would, however, suggest that this pattern be changed from easy to intermediate. The cables are a challenge to make and warrant an intermediate rating.

I started to make these slippers 2 hours ago. I am stuck on Row 3. You you please give a better explaination of this row? I can't for the life of me figure it out, and I do not know how many stitches I should finish with...22 or25???

ending with 22 or 25 stitches will depend on which size you are making. good luck

For this to be a easy pattern, there are stitches that I have never heard nor do I understand how to do these stitches.

I agree. I am an experienced crocheter, and I would not consider this pattern to be "easy", as there needs to be some experience to be able to creat cables with the stitches shown. I do understand the stitches, but they are not common and would, I think, prove to be difficult for a new beginner.

These slippers are very nice. I also love the fact that you show step by step video on how to work with posting. I will be giving these a try as soon as I write the pattern out. I no longer have a working printer so I am stuck writing all of my patterns out right now. A big pain in the you know what lol but I have no other options. Good thing I can download and save my patterns. Thank you for the lovely pattern!

I like theses so much, and I will start doing them now for my mother -in-low, I hope that I could do them. Thanks.

tried several times to get the pattern, but could not. Very disappointed, wanted to give it a shot. :-(

@ravon1215: The pattern should be available when you click "click here for crochet pattern." We have tested the link again just to be sure, and everything seems to be working properly. Please contact us through customer service if you continue to have difficulties! -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet


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