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Crochet Comfy Slipper

The holidays are upon us, and that means two things: Our feet are cold, and we need to Xmas shop. Well, I’m here to offer a solution to both.

Make yourself a pair of these crochet comfy slippers, slip them on and stay warm while you crochet everyone else a pair for Xmas gifts. Problem solved!

I’ve been searching for a way to incorporate some of this Lion brand Go For Faux Thick and Quick into some winter projects. I”m still ambitious about adding it into the collar of a sweater or jacket project, but these slippers were a great fit for the product.

It’s really soft to the touch and it retains a lot of warmth, so it made for a perfect slipper cuff.

These will work up quick and easy. If you’re like me, you always have just enough super bulky yarn left over to taunt you. Not enough for a sweater, too much for a hat. This should do the trick.

If you’d like to purchase one of these patterns, you can always find them on my Etsy, Ravelry or Lovecrafs.

I hope you all enjoy, Happy crocheting 🙂


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Stitches used & code

  • Magic ring
  • ch = chain
  • st = stitch(es)
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • sc = single crochet
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • rep = repeat
  • ” = inches


  • Here’s the video tutorial for this slipper
  • This pattern made as women’s shoe sizes 5/6( 7/8, 9/10, 11/12 ) Keep in mind these slipper can stretch a little, so the sizes are flexible depending on how you want them to fit.
  • All the sizes are made the same in this pattern, just adding or subtracting rows to the desired size. Just follow the size chart as you go.
  • In the pictures, I have demonstrated with size 7/8

Yarn needed:

  • Color A = 60( 70, 80, 90 ) yards
  • Color B = 20( 25, 30, 35 ) yards

Gauge: 10 hdc X 6.5 rows = 4″


Note: We’ll use color A for the slipper part. Every time you start a new round place the stitch marker into the first hdc.

Start with a magic ring

Round 1: ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), 9 hdc into the ring sp, sl st into the first hdc st. Total of 9 hdc

Round 2: ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), 2 hdc into each st around, sl st into the first hdc st. Total of 18 hdc

Round 3: ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), 1 hdc into each st around, sl st into the first hdc st. Total of 18 hdc

Round 4 – 8 rep round 3

Row 9: ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), 1 hdc into each of next 13 st ( do not crochet into the last 5 st, leave it open ). Total of 13 hdc

Row 10: Turn, ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), 1 hdc into each 13 st. Total of 13 hdc

Row 11 – 13( 14, 15, 16 ) rep row 10

*The end of row 13( 14, 15, 16 ) Cut the yarn and leave about 10″ tail, we’ll use that tail to sew the slipper hell ( 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 )

Cuff = Color B : Turn your slipper right side out, we’ll crochet on the right side

Add new yarn into the back of the slipper, ch 1, 1 sc into each st around, cut the yarn and weave all the ends ( Check picture below )

Congratulations, you did it! I’d love to see everyone’s work. If you to share with me, just tag me on FB or IG. Happy crocheting:)


  • Wendy Lourens
    April 14, 2020 at 6:54 am

    I love your tutorial for the slippers. You make it so easy to follow and the came out perfect. Thank you so much. Can’t wait to try your other projects.

  • Jenny
    October 4, 2020 at 9:07 pm

    Beautiful slippers and so easy to mk

  • Knitcroaddict
    October 5, 2020 at 4:23 pm

    Thanks! They’re really cute, comfy and easy.

  • Cindy L McGrain
    October 7, 2020 at 3:20 am

    I love these slippers. It says it has a free pattern, which you are doing in a size 7, but I want the smaller size. No where does it show how to do the smaller size.

  • Knitcroaddict
    October 7, 2020 at 3:58 pm

    Hi Cindy, I explain how to make a smaller size in the written pattern above as well as the video tutorial.

  • Brenda
    October 14, 2020 at 6:11 pm

    Do you have this pattern for children’s sizes? Thank you very much.

  • Knitcroaddict
    October 16, 2020 at 4:21 pm

    Hi Brenda,
    I don’t, I don’t quite have the children’s sizes figured out. I’m working on it though, hopefully in the near future. Thanks for your interest!

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