10 FREE YouTube Video Crochet Patterns for Slippers
Here we have 10 YouTube Video Crochet Patterns for Slippers.
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1 How To – Crochet Simple Adult Slippers for Men or Women – HappyBerry Crochet on YouTube
Yarn: Bulky weight yarn 
Hook: 5.5 mm
Written Pattern: http://happyberrycrochet.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/how-to-crochet-simple-adult-slippers.html
2 Women’s Loafer Slippers – bethany dearden on YouTube
Yarn: Medium Weight Yarn 
Hook: 4.5 mm
Written Pattern: http://www.whistleandivy.com/2013/02/women-loafer-slippers-crochet-pattern.html
3 Cloud 9 and Chucky Brick Slippers Crochet Tutorial – Dorianna Rivelli on YouTube
Yarn: Super Bulky Weight Yarn 
Hook: 9.0 mm
Written Pattern: http://www.thelavenderchair.com/cloud-9-slipper-pattern/
4 VERY EASY crochet women’s chunky slippers tutorial for beginners – WoolyWondersCrochet on YouTube
Yarn: Bulky Weight Yarn 
Hook: small: 5.5 mm, medium: 6 mm, large: 7 mm
5 How to Crochet Slippers – AllFreeCrochet on YouTube
6 Crochet Sweet Simple Slippers – Soft Shoes Booties Bedroom Slipper for Adults – naztazia on YouTube
Yarn: Medium Weight Yarn 
Hook: 4.25 mm
Written Pattern: http://naztazia.com/
7 How to Crochet: Simple Chunky Cable Crochet Slippers – Tamara Kelly on YouTube
Yarn: Bulky 
Hook: 6.5 mm
Written Pattern: http://www.mooglyblog.com/simple-chunky-cable-crochet-slippers/
8 Easy Crochet Slippers or Socks Pattern – Jayda InStitches on YouTube
Yarn: T-Shirt Yarn
Hook: 5.5 mm
9 How to crochet the Strawberry Blossom Slipper Socks, Episode 301 – Fiber Flux on YouTube
Yarn: Bulky Weight Yarn 
Hook: 9 mm
Written Pattern: http://www.fiberfluxblog.com/2016/04/free-crochet-patternstrawberry-blossom.html
10 World’s Easiest Crochet Slippers – Sara Sach on YouTube
Yarn: Bulky/Chunky 
Hook: 6 mm
Written Pattern: http://poshpoochdesignsdogclothes.blogspot.com/2015/11/super-easy-and-quick-slipper-crochet.html
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This crochet slippers free pattern is shaped from a simple rectangle. The transformation is almost magical and hence the name Magic Slippers.
These slippers are really easy and beginner-friendly, no increasing or decreasing. Once you repeat two rows to make a rectangle, all you have to do is fold and shape the slippers.
I was inspired by knit slippers I saw on YouTube, but I honestly didn’t expect it to turn out looking so good. I think the ribbing effect of the stitch makes all the difference and adds the much-needed pizzazz to this simple design.
When you try this crochet slippers free pattern, you will also learn a new stitch called the half double crochet slip stitch. I have included a video at the end of the blog post to make it easy for visual learners.
Crochet Slippers Free Pattern
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1. Size 4 worsted weight yarn. Loops and Threads Impeccable yarn in colors Putty and Barley were used for the sample slippers.
2. Size J(6mm) hook
3. Tapestry needle to weave in the end and shape the slippers
4. Four 3/4-inch metal buttons for embellishment
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Note: Sizes are based on US shoe sizes.
Size 5: 8-1/4 inches long
Size 6: 8-3/4 inches long
Size 7: 9 inches long
Size 8: 9-1/4 inches long
Size 9: 9-3/4 inches long
Size 10: 10 inches long
Around 160-200 Yards depending on the size you are making.
hslst- half double crochet slip stitch
12.5 hslst= 4 inches
Half double crochet slip stitch(hslst): YO, insert your hook into the next st, YO and pull through the stitch and the 2 loops on your hook. You can watch the video at the end of this post.
Note: Stitch counts are given in the order Size 5(, 7, , 9, ). Alternate numbers have been highlighted for ease.
Ch 26( 28, 32, )
Row 1: 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across to end, turn.——-25(, 27, 31,) sts
Row 2: Ch 1 (does not count as a st here and throughout), hslst in same st as ch 1, hslst in each st across to end, turn.—–25(, 27, 31,) sts
Row 3: Ch 1 (does not count as a st here and throughout), 1 sc in same st as ch 1, 1 sc in each st across to end, turn.——-25(, 27, 31,) sts
Keep repeating Rows 2 and 3 until your rectangle measures 8( 8-1/2, 9,) inches, fasten off with a 1-1/2 yard tail for sewing.
Shaping the Crochet Slippers
- The side where you have 2 tails hanging will form the ankle side and the opposite side will form the toe side.
- The textured side is the right side of the slipper.
Left Slipper- Cinching Toe Side
Keep the rectangle textured side up. The toe side should be at the top.
For the left slipper, from the right edge, fold in a little more than 1/3rd of the rectangle and place a marker. Open the fold, use a 2-yard strand of yarn and make a running stitch along the very edge of the marked part taking care to catch only one loop.
Pull both ends to cinch. Do not cinch too tight or you will feel a lump in your slipper. Tie both ends to hold it in place and sew any opening shut working through the very edge and catching only 1 loop at a time, knot to secure.
Sew back to get your yarn near the marker, do not trim the excess yarn. We will come back to this part later after sewing the ankle side.
Right Slipper-Cinching Toe Side
Keep the rectangle textured side up. The toe side should be at the top.
For the right slipper, from the left edge, fold in a little more than 1/3rd of the rectangle and place a marker. Cinch the left side this time and seam it just like you did with your left slipper.
Seaming the Ankle- Left and Right Slippers
Note: When you seam the ankle side or the back of your slipper, the seam will be worked 1/2 inch inwards along the top half to make it snug.
Fold the ankle side in the middle, align the top edges, using the yarn tail left, start seaming the ankle working 1/2 inch inside, work along a slanting line to hit the middle, and from there work along the very edge to join the 2 layers.
Make a couple of knots. The ankle seam will be a little to the side because of the way these slippers are shaped.
Closing the Toe Side- Left and Right Slipper
Turn the slipper right side out. The flap will fold to the right for the right slipper and to the left for the left slipper.
Now insert your foot into the slipper. If you are making it for someone else and the slipper is too small to fit, just insert the front of your foot.
Fold the flap over as far as possible and sew in place using the yarn tail left at the toe side. You can use a running stitch. Since tapestry needle is blunt you don’t have to worry about poking your foot.
Finishing the Crochet Slipper
1. Sew on 2 or 3 buttons to the edge of the flap for embellishment. Repeat with the other slipper.
2. Weave in any tails left along the inner side of the slipper.
You might also like my quick Free One Hour Crochet Slippers and my Spa Day Slipperswhich is perfect for spring.
You can find more free crochet slipper patterns on Allfreecrochet.
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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
1. Sierra Easy Crochet Slipper – Make & Do Crew
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.
2. Women’s Sunday Slippers – Make & Do Crew
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!
3. Caron Chunky Cakes Slouchy Slipper Socks – Repeat Crafter Me
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!
4. Slipper Boots – Free Crochet Slipper Patterns – These are free, you just need to make an account!
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.
5. Easy Crochet Slippers – Crochet Dreamz
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!
6. 1.5 Hour Crochet Slipper Pattern – Crochet Dreamz
We all need more ideas for quick crochet patterns and these ultra-plush slippers only take about an hour and a half to make!
7. Crocheted Moccasins – Umme Yusuf
These crocheted moccasins are quick to make and there are a ton of ways to customize the size and fit!
8. Cozy Crochet Slipper Socks
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.
9. Plaid Slippers – Whistle & Ivy
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!
Related: 20+ Free Crochet Sweater Patterns
10. Watson Waffle Socks – Lakeside Loops
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!
11. Velvet Ballet Slippers – MJs Off the Hook
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!
12. Cloud 9 Slipper Pattern – The Lavender Chair
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!
13. Two-Toned Free Crochet Slipper Pattern
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!
14. Quick Crochet Slipper Pattern
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!
15. Crochet Varsity Slipper Socks – Meg Made with Love
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!
Looking for more roundups? Take a look at my Top 10 Crochet Sweater Patterns and Top 10 Gifts for Knitters & Crocheters!
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Super Easy Folded Unisex Crochet Slippers
Unisex crochet slippers are those kind of crochet patterns that are perfectly fitted for both, women and men. Just like these super easy folded slippers. You can easily customize and redesign them for your perfect match just by choosing different yarn colors.
In order to make unisex slippers, you will need to use some simple, basic crochet techniques. This is a fresh new, beginner friendly project and I’m almost sure you will handle it without any difficulties.
So, let’s get down to the crochet and have some great experience together. In case you have any questions, please share them with us in a comment section below.
You may also like these Soft and Cozy House Slippers
In this tutorial I am going to show you how to make a pair of beautiful, super fast and easy unisex slippers.
This is a fresh new crochet folded slipper tutorial for beginners. Simple, one row repeat pattern will guide you through the whole process of creating these lovely unisex slippers.
The pattern is great for women, men and for kids as well. Enjoy yourself and have a fun time crocheting…
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One Hour Crochet Slippers
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Want to make an adorable pair of quick and simple slippers in a short amount of time? These One Hour Crochet Slippers are exactly what you need. Choose some fun colorful yarn and begin crocheting yourself a pair of nice and soft comfy and cozy slippers.
Plus, the video tutorial breaks down just how easy it is to make these DIY slippers, and is great for all of you visual learners out there. Start making this slippers pattern today, and have a new pair in just one quick hour!
These insanely quick crochet slippers are the perfect pattern for just about any occasion. Easily created for men or women, these crocheted cuties are worked up in a bulky yarn. The bigger yarn makes the project a breeze and ensures that you have sturdy slippers that will keep your feet warm and toasty.
These homemade slippers would be ideal for a long plane ride, an especially cold winter day, or a last-minute DIY gift.
Once you've finished, check out this pattern for One Skein Joy Slippers!
Note: This project is from I Like Crochet digital magazine. Non-members can access 3 free patterns every month. Subscribe to the I Like Crochet Gold Club for unlimited access to their entire pattern archive, featuring hundreds of exclusive patterns.
Watch the video right below for the visual tutorial and then scroll for the written pattern!
Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook
Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge7 sts x 4 rows in dc = 2” square
Finished Size9 1/2 inches
- Yarn | Featured in this Video: Cascade Yarns Pacific Chunky
- Crochet hook
If crocheting in the round is intimidating to you check out this super helpful video tutorial! It shows you just how easy crocheting in the round can be! How to Crochet in the Round from the Center Out
One Hour Crochet Slippers Instructions
Notes: The ch-2 in the beginning of the round will not count as a stitch. To finish a round, sl st to the first STITCH of the round to join, not the ch-2. This creates a ‘seamless’ join.
When working in rows, not rounds, dc in the space between the ch 2 and the first dc to finish row.
Round 1: 10 dc in the first chain, sl st to the first stitch to join. (10 sts).
Round 2: Ch 2, 2 dc in each st, sl st to the first stitch to join. (20 sts).
Round 3: Ch 2, * dc 3, 2 dc in next st, repeat from * around, sl st to the first st to join. (25 sts).
Rounds 4-11: Ch 2, dc in each st, sl st to the first st to join.
Row 12: Ch 2, dc 18. (18 sts).
Rows 13-15: Ch 2, turn; dc in each st. (18 sts).
Row 16: Ch 2, turn; dc 5, dc dec 4 times, dc 5. (14 sts).
Row 17: Ch 2, turn; dc 3, dc dec 4 times, dc 3. (10 sts).
Row 18: Turn; sl st to Row 17’s 1st st.
Round 19: Ch 2, use the ends of rows as stitches, 2 dc in each end of dc sts 6 times (12 sts), dc 7 across top of foot, 2 dc in each end of dc sts 6 times (12 sts), sl st to the first st to join. (31 sts).
Round 20: Ch 1, * sk 2 sts, 5 dc in next st, sk 2 sts, sl st in next st, repeat from * to end. Sl st to ch 1 to join.
Fasten off, leaving a long tail. Use long tail and yarn needle to sew heel together.
Stay even warmer by pairing your new slippers with a cozy shawl. This collection has some of our favorites, give it a look: 10 Best Crochet Shawl Patterns
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