29 Crochet Slippers Pattern
The cozy, fashionable accessories are a great advantage of winter, allowing you to look so effortlessly stylish while keeping you comfortable. Those who know how to crochet have the added benefit of being able to make whatever item of clothing they want in whichever color they like. Slippers are one such common crocheted accessory that offers a wide range of variety in their pattern and designs.
These buttoned slippers are a perfect crochet project for beginners, making a nice gift idea for little girls. You can try replacing the button with a crochet flower or butterflies to bring a little variation.
The purple rims and buckles really add to the beauty of this otherwise simple pattern. A darker, more prominent color combination can be used for making a catchy pair of slippers.
These colorful elf slippers are perfect for the holiday season, both as a short, simple crochet project and then as a stylish accessory.
The simple white and yellow line makes the pattern even more special as the olive green color suits the slippers with thick folded rims.
Another simple yet pretty pattern, made extra special by the addition of the red crochet flower.
Despite looking pretty complex and intimidating, this pattern is pretty simple, basically worked with the chain and double crochet stitches. The free pattern also includes instructions for the flower on top.
One of the simplest patterns for crocheting a pair of boot-style slipper, this video gives detailed instructions to make the pattern easy to follow for beginners.
This pattern, worked with a K crochet hook and worsted yarn, comes with instructions for various sizes so you can make a pair for all the male members in your family.
Toddlers will look so adorable in these purple ballerina flower slippers with satin ribbons. They will look good in any pastel colored yarn, but make sure to use the darker shade of the same color for the flowers and ribbons.
The adorable leaf-shaped button makes this Mary Jane slipper look so much more special. But, don’t fret if you can’t find the little wooden leaves as any other cute matching button will work just as well.
This is a basic pattern, great for those fine-tuning their crochet skills, producing a simple pair of cozy slippers to keep your toddler’s little feet warm on winter nights.
These pretty, lacey slippers look adorable on little girls of all ages. Worked with soft cotton yarn, the black sole, along with the black button, makes the end product look catchier.
A simple pattern, this one is perfect for beginners looking to learn how to crochet a nice pair of woolen slippers.
There is no denying that this is the cutest pair of slippers you have seen, and the pom poms at the back make the pattern even more adorable.
Simple, classic yet stylish, these will make excellent gift ideas for your husband, father, brother or any other male family member or friend.
Making this pair is as simple as crocheting the required number of granny squares and then stitching them in place, following the instructions given in the free pattern.
Fox is another animal themed pattern that has made its way to all sorts of crocheted accessories from scarves, hats, headbands to socks and slippers, and here is a nice pattern for a pair.
This is a rather simple pattern. The low cut design at the front and sides give the slippers a ballerina-style look, though the heels are higher for a snug fit.
Another granny square pattern worked in the similar manner as the earlier one. Detailed instruction for crocheting the blue-pink granny squares is included in the pattern.
These pale blue sock style slippers are really cozy with the multicolored edges adding to its style.
These little slippers are ideal for utilizing any spare skein of yarn you may have from an earlier crochet or knitting project. Any color would suit the pattern well, as long as the yarn is reasonably soft and chunky.
This is probably one of the simplest slipper patterns as you can understand half of the instructions by looking at the pictures only; for the rest of it, check out the free pattern.
Imagine walking around the house in these stylish slippers during the chilly months of winter – and the best part is you can have as many pairs you want in as many colors as you choose.
Pick any of these simple patterns and get to work. You can use your own creative skills to decorate the finished pair with countless options available, from designer buttons, ribbons and beads to crocheted flowers, stars and snowflakes.
Published on December 29th 2014 by Daphne Bennette