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17 Cozy Crochet and Knit Slipper Patterns

By: Maggie Kmiecik, Editor,

Warm Boot SlippersThis collection is for those of you who have been itching to make some slippers! In our collection of 14 Cozy Crochet and Knit Slipper Patterns, you are bound to find a pattern for simple knit slippers, easy toddler slippers, and everything else.

Whether it's a crochet slipper pattern or knit slipper patterns that you can make for the whole family, we came up with an adorable variety to choose from across skill levels. Knit and crochet slippers are easy to make and comfortable to wear.

Think about it, who likes have cold feet? Slippers are a sure-fire way to please your friends and family with simple handmade gifts. It doesn't matter if you're copying a silly crochet slipper pattern or trying to make simple knit slippers for everyone in your family, once these go on someone's feet you're bound to see some smiles. So, don't let your loved ones feet be cold ever again!


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17 Cozy Crochet and Knit Slipper Patterns

17 Cozy Crochet and Knit Slipper Patterns Table of Contents

Crochet Slipper Patterns

Knitted Slipper Patterns


Quick and Easy Knitting Patterns


Once you start working on these knit slipper patterns, you might not want to stop. Luckily, there are tons of great patterns included in our free downloadable eBook, 24 Quick and Easy Knitting Patterns. Discover how to create adorable baby blankets, scarves and more with this handy PDF guide.





Crochet Slipper Patterns

Flower Slippers

These crochet slippers range from pretty to funny. You can make delicate flower slippers and comfortable felted slippers. Or if you're looking for something on the silly side try our crochet slipper pattern for these fun monster eye slippers. Whichever ones you decided on, one thing is guarenteed: your feet will be cozy and warm!

Flower Slippers - So cute!
Felted Crochet Slippers - Keep your feet cozy.
Crazy Monster Eyes Slippers - A perfect crochet slipper pattern for kids!
A Fabulous Pair of Crochet Slippers - Perfect for relaxing at home.
Multi Color Granny Slippers - Crochet this basic slipper pattern in multi-colors.
NEW! Chunky Brick Slippers - Thick, chunky and perfect for winter.
NEW! Loop Stitch Crochet Slippers Pattern - Cute and whimsical crochet slipper patterns.
NEW! Cabled Slipper Boots - Anything but ordinary!


Knitted Slipper Patterns

Grandma's Knitted Slippers

These knit slipper patterns are perfect if you're looking for simple knit slippers to make for everyone in the family. There are several patterns for easy knit slippers, if you're looking to make pairs for the whole family quickly.  Don't worry, we also picked out some adorable ones for those of you looking to devote a little moretime to add cute details to embellish your feet. Once you're done making any one of these patterns, they'll be showed off all over the house!

Reader Favorite! Grandma's Knitted Slippers - Make these super cute slippers and lounge around the house.
Made to Fit Double Knit Slippers - Easily adaptable knit slipper patterns allow you to make different sizes and styles!
Warm Boot Slippers - A great way to keep your feet and ankles warm.
Easy Knit Slippers - Make knee length slippers too!
Knit Mary Jane Slippers - A button closure completes these easy knit slippers.
Simple Slipper Project - A great project for beginners!
Easy Chunky Knitted Footies - Easy and quick to knit.
Little Red Slippers - Adorable easy toddler slippers!
Cozy Cabin Slippers for Men - Perfect gift for the man in your life.



Knitting Pattern Central: 614 Cool Knitting Patterns


This is your one-stop shop for free knitting patterns! Our collection, Knitting Pattern Central: 614 Cool Knitting Patterns, featured fantastic ideas for knitters at any skill level. Step outside of your comfort zone and try a new kind of knitting pattern or make an old favorite. With this collection, the crafty possibilities are endless.








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I am looking for a knit pattern for tops to baby slipper sock soles sold by Boye. The pattern in my packages are for crocheting only

How do I obtain pattern after I have made a selection ?

If you click on the selection that you have decided on, it will take you to the page where either the pattern is written out or the page has a link to a blog where the pattern is written our. If you just follow the links you will find it easily.

wpi;d ;ike to hand knit. Are there any patterns for hand knit womens slippers?

I was reading the pattern for "Easy knit slippers" and found it very confusing. I read that twice you need to have 10 stitches left. I read that you decrease until you have only 10 stitches left in row 30 and then in row 31 the pattern says to decrease until you have 10 stitches left. I absolutely don't understand. I was looking forward to knitting those for next winter (yes, I'm a slow knitter : ) and I like these because there isn't any heel turning. So..........Heeeeeeeeeelp please

I started "Grandma's Knitted Slippers" but wonder if there is perhaps an error in the pattern - there is no decreasing at all in the toe area. Is that correct - at the end you pull the end through the same amount of stitches as you started with? Seems like a lot .....

The pattern works. When you switch to ribbing, the stitches draw up somewhat, so the toe is narrow enough to just pull yarn through to draw up. Some similar patterns I have seen actually do have some decrease rounds, but I'm not sure it really matters that much in the finished product.

In the photo accompanying the pattern for Grandma's Knitted Slippers, I notice that the brown pair seems to have a checkered insole, while the pink pair does not seem to have an insole. Is something placed inside the brown pair after completing the slippers?


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