It’s been a long time since I made any crochet foot wear, and the stars must’ve aligned perfectly for this crochet slipper socks pattern. (I think because it’s crochet gifts season)
First of all, I’ve had this same ONE skein of Red Heart Hygge Yarn for ages, well over a year. I adore this stuff. So fluffy, soft, durable and warm. But one skein??
I’ve been eye balling it this entire time wondering what I should do with it. A one skein design is kind of a lot of pressure.
I experimented with making just one crochet slipper sock to see if one skein would be enough, and as luck would have it, it worked out perfectly!
So now, we not only have a super cute pair of crochet slipper socks to wear, we also have a one skein, beginner friendly crochet gifts pattern to make for all of our loves ones.
I love it when that happens!
This crochet slipper socks pattern goes from women’s sizes 5-12. Feel free to make them for whoever you like, the sizes can be compared and cross referenced online for whoever you’re making them for.
Unless you married big foot, then you might need to do some math lol. Those of you that have been around for awhile mostly know how to adjust, but feel free to ask questions in the comments.
I can’t wait to see everyone’s finished slipper socks, especially everyone that made them as crochet gifts. I want to see all the different colors and styles and sizes.
It’s gonna be a really fun handmade, holiday crochet gifts season this year.
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- #5 Bulky weight yarn
- I used Red Heart hygge #5 bulky weight yarn
- 5mm crochet hook
- Yarn needle
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Stitches Used & Code (US Term)
- Magic ring
- ch = chain
- st = stitch(es)
- hdc = half double crochet
- dc = double crochet
- sp = space
- sl st = slip stitch
- REP = repeat
- ” = inches
- This pattern uses English (US) Terminology
- 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.
- In the pictures, I have demonstrated with size 7/8
- Slipper part = 12 dc X 6 rows = 4″
- Cuff part = 12 hdc X 8 rows = 4″
Yarn needed: 150( 160, 175, 185 ) yards
Crochet Slipper Socks Pattern
Round 1: Make a magic ring, ch 1 (do not count as a st), 8( 8, 9, 9 ) dc into the ring sp, sl st into the first dc. Total of 8( 8, 9, 9 ) dc
Round 2: ch 2 (do not count as a st), 2 dc into each st around, sl st into the first dc. Total of 16( 16, 18, 18 ) dc
Round 3: ch 2 (do not count as a st), 1 dc into the first st, 2 dc into next st, *1 dc into next st, 2 dc into next st* REP from *TO* around, sl st into the first dc. Total of 24( 24, 27, 27 ) dc
Round 4: ch 2 (do not count as a st), 1 dc into each st around, sl st into the first dc. Total of 24( 24, 27, 27 ) dc
Round 5 – Round 10( 11, 12, 13 ): REP Round 4
Row 11( 12, 13, 14 ): ch 2 (do not count as a st), 1 dc into each of next 16( 16, 18, 18 ) st (DO NOT crochet into the last 8( 8, 9, 9 ) st, leave it open. Total of 16( 16, 18, 18 ) dc
Row 12( 13, 14, 15 ): Turn, ch 2 (do not count as a st), 1 dc into each 16( 16, 18, 18 ) st. Total of 16( 16, 18, 18 ) dc
Size 5/6 only: Row 13 and 14: REP Row 12
Size 7/8 only: Row 14 and 15: REP Row 13
Size 9/10 only: Row 15 and 16: REP Row 14
Size 11/12 only: Row 16 and 17: REP Row 15
*The end of row 14( 15, 16, 17 ) cut the yarn and leave about 10″ tail, we’ll use that tail to sew the slipper heel. (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)
Turn your slipper right side out, we’ll crochet on the right side.
Round 1: Add new yarn into the back of the slipper, ch 1 (do not count as a st), 1 hdc into the same st, 2 hdc into each of next 4( 4, 4, 4 ) sp, 1 hdc into the corner, 1 hdc into each of next 8( 8, 9, 9 ) st, 1 hdc into the corner, 2 hdc into each of next 4( 4, 4, 4 ) sp, sl st into the first hdc. Total of 27( 27, 28, 28 ) hdc *If you have a couple less or more st it’s ok, just make sure that it fits you comfortably and it’s even on both sides. (Check picture below)
Round 2: ch 1 (do not count as a st), 1 hdc into each st around, sl st into the first hdc. Total of 27( 27, 28, 28 ) hdc
Round 3 – Round 14( 14, 15, 15 ): REP Round 2
*If you’d like to make a shorter cuff, just make less rounds. If you’d like to make a taller cuff, keep repeating round 2 for more rounds.
The end of round 14( 14, 15, 15 ) cut the yarn and weave all the ends.
HERE’S THE VIDEO TUTORIAL FOR THIS SLIPPER SOCKS
That’s it for this one skein crochet slipper socks pattern!
Hope you all enjoyed and I hope everyone in your house gets a pair for the holidays. Until next time knitcro fam. Much love to you all 🙌❤️