21 Crochet Slipper Patterns (for Adults & Kids!)

With the weather getting colder, you may be looking for crochet slipper patterns to warm up your feet. Crochet slippers are great for around the house, especially on chilly tile or wood floors. I’ve searched the internet to find the best patterns for all ages—so let’s dive right in!

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How do you crochet slippers?

Crochet slippers can be made in a variety of different ways. Some of the patterns you’ll find below are made from a few simple rectangles. This really takes all of the level of “daunting” down a notch!

Another common method for crocheting slippers is to start at the toe in the round, and work your way toward the heel. The heel can be made by making a simple seam. In this case, slippers are easier than socks, which require special decreases to form a well-fitting heel.

What is the best yarn for crochet slippers?

When choosing a yarn for your slippers, there’s a few things you’ll want to consider. First of all—durability. Since you’ll be walking around in slippers, you really want to choose a yarn that holds up well to wear and tear.

Another thing to consider is washability. Your slippers will likely get dirty, so using a yarn that can be washed and dried is essential.

For these reasons, a sturdy acrylic yarn is one of the best choices. While wool and alpaca are soft and luxurious, they are more expensive and harder to wash. In the end though, it is your choice, depending on how much you think you’ll use and wear your slippers.

How do you make crochet Slippers Non-Slip?

One last important question to address before getting to the patterns is the SOLE! Crochet slippers can be extra slippery on some surfaces. The good news is, you have quite a few options when it comes to making them non-slip.

First of all, you can use a product called Plasti-Dip, which allows you to put non-slip dots on the bottom of your slippers.

Alternatively, you can attach soles to your slippers, or crochet over flip flops. Some of the patterns below include instructions for doing this exact thing!

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Crochet Slipper Patterns – the List

Without further ado, let’s get right into all the patterns!

Quick Adult Slippers

First, let’s look at some quick and easy slipper patterns for adults! These are the type of slippers that you probably want to make for gifts—they go super fast and are designed to be super easy!

Easy and Fast Crochet Slippers

The first pattern I’d like to show you is the Easy and Fast Crochet Slippers. As the name implies, these slippers are super fast to make and only use one skein of chunky yarn, so they’re fantastic for using up any thick yarn in your stash! I love how the leather give these slippers a simple, moccasin look. Since these slippers are built up of two rectangles, this project could easily be tackled by a beginner.

Designer: Make and Do Crew

Yarn Used: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick

easy and fast crochet slippers

Friday Slippers

Next, meet the Friday Slippers! This pattern is so quick to make, you can literally make them in one sitting! These slippers are just so cozy and warm, they really are perfect for using around the house or for adding some extra warmth on a cold day. Another thing I love about these slippers is how customizable they are. You can easily add stripes, use your favorite variegated yarn, or keep them solid. These would also make great gifts!

Designer: Black Stone Designs

Yarn Used: Lion Brand Yarn Color Made Easy

friday slippers

Quick and Easy Women’s Slippers

Are you looking for a pattern you don’t have to pay much attention to? If so, I think you’ll enjoy these Quick and Easy Women’s Slippers! This pattern is built up purely by half double crochets, so they’re super easy to adjust to different sizes and don’t require much attention, so you can work them up while watching a show, listening to music or an audio book, etc.!

Designer: Eye Love Knots

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

Men’s Quick and Easy Slippers

This next pattern is quite similar to the last: the Men’s Quick and Easy Slippers! These guys are seriously easy work up and adjust since they only use half double crochets. I love that they’re simple and that the texture is vague enough that depending on what colors you choose, these slippers appear masculine. These slippers would be perfect to gift to any man in your life!

Designer: Eye Love Knots

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

Fast and Free Men’s Slippers

Here’s yet another more masculine design: the Fast and Free Men’s Slippers. These slippers have a really nice, cozy texture that just make them extra warm and inviting. The other great thing is that they only use one skein of yarn, so they’re affordable as well! If you struggle finding patterns you can gift to guys, this pattern is perfect.

Designer: Heart Hook Home

Yarn Used: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick Yarn

fast crochet mens slippers

Easy Ladies Lace Slippers

If you’re looking for something a little more elegant, I think you’ll love this next pattern! These Easy Lacy Slippers for ladies are just so pretty, I love their dainty texture. Another thing I like about this pattern is how deceptively intricate it is. The lacy stitches make these appear difficult to make, when in reality they’re really quite simple and quick to work up (you can even make these in under an hour)!

Designer: Fosbas Designs

Yarn Used: Lion Brand Jeans Yarn

ladies lace crochet slippers

Chunky Crochet Slippers

If you’re looking for something even more cozy, I think you’ll enjoy these next few patterns! All of these patterns use chunky yarn.

Modern Chunky Slippers

First, check out these Chunky Modern Slippers. These slippers feature a unique, modern look with a button, and leather soles that ensure that they’re both stylish and functional! Each pair of slippers use about one skein of yarn, so these would make great personal, yet affordable gifts for friends, family, teachers, etc.!

Designer: Make and Do Crew

Yarn Used: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Ease

modern chunky crochet slippers with button

Slide on Slippers

Are you looking for something you can wear throughout the year, even during the warmer months? If so, I think you’ll love these Crochet Slide on Slippers! Using T-shirt yarn and faux fur yarn ensures these will be both durable and cozy for years to come. These slippers can be whipped up in just a few hours and are so easy. They’re perfect for beginners or as a nice mindless pattern you can make while watching your favorite show or movie!

Designer: Knitz N Purlz

Yarn Used: Knitz n Purlz T-shirt Yarn and Lion Brand Go for Faux

slide on crochet slipper shoes

Chunky Slipper Socks

If you’re anything like me, you tend to be on the colder side. It’s so tricky to find something that keeps both your feet, and your legs warm! These Chunky Slipper Socks are the perfect solution! These socks are super thick, warm, and cozy. They’re just the thing for snuggling up by the fire on a cold winter day! And the best part? This pattern is super easy to follow and recreate!

Designer: Blue Star Crochet

Yarn Used: Drops Snow Yarn

chunky crochet slipper socks

Watermelon Slippers

Next up is a fun one: the Watermelon Slippers! Unlike most patterns out there, these slippers are worked up in fpdcs, so they have a unique texture and are extra thick, warm, and durable. So they aren’t only adorable, but they’re long-lasting and practical as well! These would make fantastic last-minute gifts!

Designer: Black Stone Designs

Yarn Used: Caron One Pound Yarn

watermelon crochet slippers

Cable Slippers

Next, check out these Cable Slippers! I love the classic feel these ones have. Now, don’t let the cables intimidate you. This pattern is simple enough to follow for a beginner, and can even be worked up in under an hour! These slippers are sure to keep your feet nice and toasty this holiday season!

Designer: Moogly Blog

Yarn Used: Patons Shetland Chunky

chunky cable crochet slippers

Kid’s Crochet Slippers

Are you looking for something you can make for a little one? If so, these next few patterns are for you!

Kids Quick and Easy Slippers

Looking for a pattern you can whip up in one sitting? These Quick and Easy Kid’s Slippers are the perfect thing! They’re built up purely by half double crochets, so depending on what yarn you use, they work up quickly, and they’re great for stash busting! To make them extra fun, you can use variegated yarn with your child’s favorite colors for a personalized look!

Designer: Eye Love Knots

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

kids crochet slippers

Unicorn Slippers

These next slippers are perfect for any little girls in your life: the Crochet Unicorn Slippers! Unlike the other patterns I’ve shown you so far, this one is made to give some new life to an old, pre-existing pair of slippers. The soles and toes are super simple to work up, and then you can customize the amirugumi unicorn on top for a super fun look!

Designer: Han Jan Crochet

Yarn Used: DROPS Muskat Yarn

unicorn crochet slippers

Bunny Crochet Slippers

Next, meet the Bunny Crochet Slippers. Aren’t they so cute? I love the shape and simplicity of these ones. This pattern is relatively simple for follow, so crocheters of most levels would be able to recreate these with ease. Another fun thing about these slippers is how versatile they are! You can change up the colors, leave them plain, and remove or add bunny features depending on what look you prefer!

Designer: Fosbas Designs

Yarn Used: Hobbii Kind Feather Yarn

bunny crochet slippers

Kid’s Boot Slippers

Next, let me show you these Kid’s Boot Slippers! These guys are super warm, cozy, and beginner friendly. They also have a really neat texture that pairs well with a thick, fuzzy yarn! The nice thing about boot-style slippers is that they don’t slip off as easy, so you won’t have to worry as much about them going missing!

Designer: Toyslab Creations

Yarn Used: Worsted Weight yarn

childrens crochet boot slippers

Starlight Toddler Slippers

Last up for this category, meet the Starlight Toddler Slippers! These slippers combine a variation of the star stitch with a chain stitch edging for a really unique, starry look. One of the fun things about this pattern is how customizable they are. You can use as many or as little colors as you’d like!

Designer: My Hobby is Crochet

Yarn Used: Red Heart Soft Baby Steps

starlight crochet toddler slippers

More Unique Slippers

Lastly, let me show you a few more unique slippers!

Adult Boot-Style House Slippers

First up, take a look at these Adult Boot-Style House Slippers! Similar to the kid’s ones, these are extra thick and cozy, and have a beautiful texture that pairs well with any color. These slippers, however, have a really neat v-like pattern on the top and a comfy ribbed cuff that ensures they’ll keep your feet and ankles extra warm on a cold day!

Designer: Toyslab Creations

Yarn Used: DK Weight Yarn

adult boot style crochet slippers

Flip Flop Boot Slippers

Now here’s a super unique one: the Flip Flop Boot Slippers! These boots are crocheted in an ugg boot-like style with a flip flop base for the soles so they’re extra durable and non-slip! You can also personalize them easily with different colors, button accents, etc.! These would make fantastic, personalized gifts!

Designer: Make and Do Crew

Yarn Used: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick

flip flop crochet boot slippers

Not Your Grandma’s Crochet Slippers

Are you wanting a pattern that’s a little more versatile throughout the year? Look no further than these Not Your Grandma’s Slippers! These slippers are simplistic, yet classy, and feature variegated yarn amazingly! These slippers are so easy to adjust size-wise so you can ensure you get the perfect fit. You can also add just about any fun motif of your choice to the sides, or even leave them plain!

Designer: Crochet 365 Knit Too

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

worsted weight crochet slippers

Posy Toes Slippers

There’s nothing quite like a cheery flower to brighten up your day, right? These Posy Toes Slippers are bright, pretty, and just fun! These slippers are a designed to be a bit lighter and more breathable than a regular slipper, so they’re particularly great for covering your toes on a summer or spring day. These use about one skein of yarn for the main color, and just a tiny bit for the flower and stripe accents, so these slippers are fantastic for stash busting as well!

Designer: Moogly Blog

Yarn Used: Bernat Handicrafter

flower crochet slippers

Heart and Sole Slippers

Lastly, check out these Heart and Sole Slippers! These slippers are just so pretty, they’d be perfect for Valentine’s Day! Much like the Watermelon Slippers, this pattern is built up by fpdcs for a cozy, knit-like texture. They’re also not nearly as difficult to make as they appear, so you can whip them up in just a couple of hours!

Designer: My Hobby is Crochet

Yarn Used: Red Heart Lisa yarn

heart crochet slippers

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Crochet slippers are a cozy, amazing project for Fall and Winter. They also make great gifts! I hope you find the perfect slipper pattern to make for friends and family this year—or for yourself! Let me know which one is your favorite. 🙂


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  1. Thank you for sharing Rachel ! Your posts are inspiration for me.

    I’m looking Santa Slippers for my kids, do you have something for me ?

    Good luck, Crochet Master Lalo

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