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Crochet Slippers – 12 Free Crochet Patterns | Guest Blog Post

These free slipper crochet patterns are compiled by Rhelena from Crochet Pattern Bonanza – a free crochet pattern directory.

 Crochet Slippers – 12 Free Crochet Patterns

Crocheted slippers are such a great way to keep warm in the winter time. They are generally quick and easy to crochet, and are also easy on the budget. Thus, you can crochet them for the entire family, or give them as gifts without having to spend much.

The following collection includes slippers for the entire family from toddlers to adults, including a few sizes for men as well.

Click on the bold titles to open the page with the free pattern.
These slippers are perfect for Valentine's Day. The pattern includes instructions for both a left and right foot, so you get a comfortable fit. Plus, the pattern offers a few suggestions on how to crochet these to a custom size as well.
The pattern is also available in a toddler size.

This link will take you to the adult size of this cute slipper pattern. However, you'll see links to child and baby sizes as well.
I like these slippers because they go up to the ankles to keep you super warm.

These slippers for men are not only available in multiple sizes, but they are quick to whip up as well.

Treat yourself to a comfortable and cozy pair of slippers by following this pattern. You have the option to crochet them in a bulky yarn or with two strands of a worsted weight yarn.

These adorable slippers are crocheted using the star stitch. This one here is for the toddler size, but on the pattern page you'll find a link to the women's size as well.
These simple slippers are available in four adult sizes from small to extra large. And they are easy to crochet, which makes it a great pattern to go to for a last minute gift.

These slipper boots are great for men, women and children. The pattern offers a few tips on how to crochet them to a custom size.

These cozy slippers are available in three women sizes. They are crocheted in a thick yarn using a large hook to give you the warmth you're looking for.

Crochet these up for Valentine's or for a bit of everyday cuteness. The ribbon is crocheted directly into the slipper; then a tiny bow is attached for a super cool look.

This slipper pattern is for the children's size, but you'll also find them in a toddler size as well. They feature a lovely texture and can be crocheted in any stripes that you like.

These adorable booties are given in a toddler size, but they're also available in a baby size. In addition to the free pattern, you'll also find a link to a tutorial for making your slippers non-slip.

These slippers are crocheted with two strands of worsted weight yarn held together as one. Thus, they work up quick and easy.

Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope that you enjoyed these patterns. And if so, you might also enjoy a visit to Crochet Pattern Bonanza for more free crochet slipper patterns.

My name is Helena, but you can call me Rhelena. Crochet is one of my favorite pastimes as it keeps me occupied while relaxing me at the same time.
Not only do I enjoy crocheting, but I also enjoy designing my own patterns. You can find my original designs at CrochetN'Crafts.
And when I'm not busy with crocheting and designing, I like to share my free crochet pattern finds on my directory:


Many thanks to Rhelena for compiling this roundup of pretty slipper patterns!

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1 comment:

  1. please help I dont know what you mean on this slipper pattern can you help? Row 12: Repeat row 2 (3, 3, 3) [10 (12, 12, 12) sc] what does this mean?