Fall is setting in and it’s time to make all the warm and cozy things, especially for lounging around at home. I don’t know about you, but I am always cold so I love having different things to snuggle up in. This week, I wanted to share with you some snuggly and easy-to-make slipper patterns. I’ve rounded up some of my favorite free crochet slipper patterns from some amazing designers, so let’s dive right into it!
If you want to see some slippers for baby, I have my Crossover Baby Booties knitting pattern here and my Baby Tinkerbell Slippers here. Also, if you get my free ebook The Beginner’s Guide to Crochet, there are 12 patterns in there for all kinds of things, including two more crochet patterns for baby booties!
Free Crochet Slipper Patterns
These cozy mukluk slippers are perfect for chilly nights in! I can just picture getting all snuggled up at home to read a book or watch a movie with my toes all toasty warm in these cute slipper socks.
Another gorgeous pattern from Jess! These slippers are great to wear around the house and are just soft and cozy enough to wear all year. These would also make unique gifts for just about anyone in your life, and they’re quick to make!
These chunky slipper socks from Repeat Crafter Me are so fun! Perfect for kids (and adults) of all ages, this pattern has lots of sizes and they just scream slumber party to me!
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If you’re looking for something a little more structured, these crochet slipper boots are perfect for you. To get the pattern, the website does ask you to make an account but then you can download it for free.
I’m obsessed with the big shell stitches of this crochet slippers pattern and I think you’ll like it too! These would be such easy slippers to make as last-minute gifts. I especially like these as an in-between item; they’re thicker than socks but not quite as bulky as most slippers!
We all need more ideas for quick crochet patterns and these ultra-plush slippers only take about an hour and a half to make!
These crocheted moccasins are quick to make and there are a ton of ways to customize the size and fit!
Check out this free crochet slippers pattern from Bhooked for a pair of these thick and quick slippers! These work up fast and keep your toes extra toasty.
I love the buffalo plaid of these simple slippers from Bethany at Whistle & Ivy! Such a fun way to take a simple design and give it oompf with different color options!
Looing for something a little more modern and nautical? This pattern for the Watson Waffle Socks creates a beautiful texture for some extra cozy socks!
Slip into these dreamy soft velvet ballet slippers for something a little more luxe! This slipper pattern would be a treat for your feet and they’d make amazing gifts too!
I love how soft and plush these slippers are, just like stepping into a cloud! The pattern uses thick yarn so it works up fast and easy, and you get the soft pair of slippers at the end!
Classy and modern, these two-tone slippers are awesome for anyone in the family and they’re easy to make! Whip up a few pairs of these in no time and make everyone’s day!
How cute are these not-so-little boots?! I love the simplicity of these chunky boots and that rolled cuff will make sure they don’t slip off throughout the day!
These extra-long slipper socks would make any study session a little more bearable. Simple and clean design, but a cute pattern that’s also great for gifting!
I looked for patterns that ranged in style and difficulty, so no matter what level you crochet at, there should be something for you. Also, if you liked this post, be sure to subscribe for more posts delivered right to your inbox. Just fill out the box below and you’ll get new free patterns, tips, and tutorials every week along with access to the subscriber-only resource library!
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