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Crochet Slippers: Cozy, Comfy and FREE

The holidays are upon us, and that means two things: Our feet are cold, and we need to Xmas shop. Well, I’m here to offer a solution to both. Crochet slippers!

Make yourself a pair of these comfy crochet slippers, slip them on and stay warm while you crochet everyone else a pair for Xmas gifts. Problem solved!

I’ve been searching for a way to incorporate some of this Lion brand Go For Faux Thick and Quick into some winter projects. I”m still ambitious about adding it into the collar of a sweater or jacket project, but these slippers were a great fit for the product.

It’s really soft to the touch and it retains a lot of warmth, so it made for a perfect slipper cuff for these crochet slippers.

These will work up quick and easy. If you’re like me, you always have just enough super bulky yarn left over to taunt you. Not enough for a sweater, too much for a hat. This should do the trick.

If you’d like to purchase one of these patterns, you can always find them on my Etsy, Ravelry or Lovecrafs.

I hope you all enjoy, Happy crocheting 🙂

If you’re looking for some other crochet slippers, you might love these Crochet Christmas Stocking Slippers as well. Great for lounging during the Xmas holiday season.


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Stitches used & code

  • Magic ring
  • ch = chain
  • st = stitch(es)
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • sc = single crochet
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • rep = repeat
  • ” = inches


  • This pattern made as women’s shoe sizes 5/6( 7/8, 9/10, 11/12 ) Keep in mind these slippers can stretch a little, so the sizes are flexible depending on how you want them to fit.
  • All the sizes are made the same in this pattern, just adding or subtracting rows to the desired size. Just follow the size guide above as you go.
  • In the pictures, I have demonstrated with size 7/8

Yarn needed:

  • Color A = 60( 70, 80, 90 ) yards
  • Color B = 20( 25, 30, 35 ) yards

Gauge: 10 hdc X 6.5 rows = 4″

Comfy Crochet Slippers Pattern

Note: We’ll use color A for the slipper part. Every time you start a new round place the stitch marker into the first hdc.

Start with a magic ring

Round 1: ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), 9 hdc into the ring sp, sl st into the first hdc st. Total of 9 hdc

Round 2: ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), 2 hdc into each st around, sl st into the first hdc st. Total of 18 hdc

Round 3: ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), 1 hdc into each st around, sl st into the first hdc st. Total of 18 hdc

Round 4 – 8 rep round 3

Row 9: ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), 1 hdc into each of next 13 st ( do not crochet into the last 5 st, leave it open ). Total of 13 hdc

Row 10: Turn, ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), 1 hdc into each 13 st. Total of 13 hdc

Row 11 – 13( 14, 15, 16 ) rep row 10

*The end of row 13( 14, 15, 16 ) Cut the yarn and leave about 10″ tail, we’ll use that tail to sew the slipper hell ( Check picture below )

Turn your slipper inside out, we’ll sew on the wrong side. Use the tail that we left earlier, using which ever method you prefer to sew ( Check picture below )

Cuff = Color B : Turn your slipper right side out, we’ll crochet on the right side

Add new yarn into the back of the slipper, ch 1, 1 sc into each st around, cut the yarn and weave all the ends ( Check picture below )

Congratulations, you did it! I’d love to see everyone’s work. If you to share with me, just tag me on FB or IG. Happy crocheting:)

Patricia Nash

Thursday 8th of December 2022

I love these slippers but cant find the faux fur anywhere in Canada any suggestions


Saturday 10th of December 2022

Hi Patricia, I'm not sure about the Canadian market, but I'm sure you can find some online. You don't have to use the faux fur you could substitute, but it's just not the same without it. I found this one on love crafts, I think they ship to Canada. Not sure if you'd rather not order online, but sometimes that's the only feasible way. hope that's helpful.

Cheryl Rasmussen

Wednesday 7th of December 2022

These are some of the most comfortable, cozy slippers I have ever crocheted! I love them! Have gifted them to others, now it's time to make myself a pair, lol. The pattern is one of the simplest and easy to follow pattern EVER! Thank you, Wan!


Saturday 10th of December 2022

You're welcome Cheryl, thank you for the comment! I'm so glad to hear that, everyone needs a pair of these. Hope you make you make yourself a pair soon!


Tuesday 18th of October 2022

The pattern above says, "All the sizes are made the same in this pattern, just adding or subtracting rows to the desired size. Just follow the size guide above as you go." What size guide? I don't see anything except a reference to the various shoe sizes of 5/6, 7/8, etc. But it doesn't say how many extra rows to make for the larger sizes. I am making these as gifts for my friends for Christmas and have a range of sizes to make. More guidance please. :) Thank you!


Tuesday 18th of October 2022

Hi Melinda,

Each size is started the same until row 10. After that, you'll see the instructions written like this: 5/6( 7/8, 9/10, 11/12 ). So, whichever size you're making will determine which set of numbers to follow in the pattern. If you're making a size 7/8 for example, you would follow the second set of numbers for the duration of the pattern unless specified otherwise. Hope that helps. Good luck!


Friday 30th of September 2022

Thanks for the great pattern! Easy to follow. I worked up a pair in about 2 hours tonight. Will definitely make these again.


Saturday 1st of October 2022

Excellent! Glad to hear it, sounds like you had fun. They're definitely worth making a few, for yourself or as gifts. You're welcome!


Monday 26th of September 2022

Great pattern. What if I only have 6.5 hook size for this pattern? Is there an adjustment you have for this slipper for 7/8 size?


Wednesday 28th of September 2022

Hi Heidi,

You will save yourself countless headaches by getting the right hook size. It's much easier to adjust your hook size to the pattern rather than the pattern to your hook size. Hope that's helpful.