Nothing is better than a warm and cozy pair of slippers or socks on a cold night. If you have hardwood floors, you definitely know what I am talking about! Making slippers and socks can be so easy to do and you could probably do a pair in a short block of time one evening or afternoon. They are also great for beginning crocheters because they use some good techniques and are fairly easy to do. Here are 10 free crochet slipper patterns for your whole family to get you started.
10 Free Crochet Slipper Patterns
These Muk Luks from Wind Rose Fiber Studio are the perfect pair for you if you like to surround yourself in coziness. They go up the leg and would be perfect for those super chilly nights.
Red Heart has a very cute pattern for the kid in your life (or the one in your heart!). These Pudgy Piggy Slippers are even stuffed, making them super warm.
These rainbow colored Crocodile Crochet Slippers from the WHOot are just too cute for words! They would be great for kids and adults alike!
For a great pattern for men, these Cozy Slipper Boots from SMP Craft are perfect. They look great for beginners, too!
I love a great tutorial with a pattern and these Tribal Moccasins from Just Be Crafty are just that. Aren't they amazing?
If you are making booties or slippers for younger feet, these “Soccasins” by Megan Mills might be just what you're looking for. They have a built in sock top for added warmth.
Another great free pattern from the WHOot is this these Crochet Owl Mary Janes. I think these would be perfect for preteens!
For teen and tween boys, these Converse Slippers from All Day Chic are awesome. This pattern is more of a picture tutorial, but if you are skilled enough, you can probably do this one.
Get the look of “Uggs” without the price tag with these cute Slipper Boots from Yarn Inspirations. This one includes patterns for child through adult sizes!
Nothing is cuter in the world of baby slippers than these Abominable Baby Slippers from Crochet Me. They even have “claws”!
Who are you making slippers for? Let me know which ones you want to try in the comments!