Even though it’s almost summer where I live, I still like wearing slippers. It could be because my husband loves to keep the house quite cool, or because we both love letting in the cool breeze in the evenings. Either way, I prefer to have something on my feet all year round. I decided to gather up a list of free crochet slipper patterns and I found some very cute ones!

 

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1. Quick and Cozy Slippers

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2. Mary Jane Slippers

These cute crochet slippers by GoodKnits are sweet and simple, with a cute button detail. 

14 Free Crochet Slipper Patterns - Crochet for your feet with these 14 fabulous and cute slipper patterns | Whistle and Ivy



3. Colorful Striped Moccasins

14 Free Crochet Slipper Patterns - Crochet for your feet with these 14 fabulous and cute slipper patterns | Whistle and Ivy

4. Simple Crochet Slippers

14 Free Crochet Slipper Patterns - Crochet for your feet with these 14 fabulous and cute slipper patterns | Whistle and Ivy

I love the simplicity of these cute slippers by Zoom Yummy. The toe is worked in the round and you can embellish any way you want. 

5. Granny Square Slippers

These unique granny square slippers by The Purl Bee are so cute! Make with 6 equal sized granny squares, the color combinations could be endless. 

14 Free Crochet Slipper Patterns - Crochet for your feet with these 14 fabulous and cute slipper patterns | Whistle and Ivy

6. Gladiator Slippers

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7. Lizzie Slippers

I love the cross-over look of these Lizzie slippers by GoodKnits. Very simple, but so very pretty. 
 

14 Free Crochet Slipper Patterns - Crochet for your feet with these 14 fabulous and cute slipper patterns | Whistle and Ivy

8. Boat Shoe Slippers

Timeless and trendy, these boat slippers are comfy with a double sole. 

14 Free Crochet Slipper Patterns - Crochet for your feet with these 14 fabulous and cute slipper patterns | Whistle and Ivy

 

9. Two-Tone Ballet Slippers

These two-toned ballet slippers by Tampa Bay Crochet are simple and sweet, and made with two colors, you can easily customize with your favorites. 

14 Free Crochet Slipper Patterns - Crochet for your feet with these 14 fabulous and cute slipper patterns | Whistle and Ivy

10. Flip-Flop Slippers

These flip-flop slippers are light, soft and squishy, and a great slipper for summertime. (Get the baby version here). 

11. Sweet Slippers

Quick and easy slippers from Sarahsweethearts.

14 Free Crochet Slipper Patterns - Crochet for your feet with these 14 fabulous and cute slipper patterns | Whistle and Ivy

12. Pozy Toes Slippers

I love the color work and detail in these cozy and cute slippers by Moogly.

14 Free Crochet Slipper Patterns - Crochet for your feet with these 14 fabulous and cute slipper patterns | Whistle and Ivy

13. Plaid Slippers

14. Hexagon Boot Slippers

These hexagon boot slippers by Priscilla’s crochet are so fun and lovely!

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15. Ballerina Slippers

These slippers by Drops Design work up quickly and look fabulous. 

14 Free Crochet Slipper Patterns - Crochet for your feet with these 14 fabulous and cute slipper patterns | Whistle and Ivy

16. Crocheted Booties

These slippers look so soft and comfortable with the pre-made sole and crocheted body. 

14 Free Crochet Slipper Patterns - Crochet for your feet with these 14 fabulous and cute slipper patterns | Whistle and Ivy

17. Chunky Boat Slippers


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I hope you give a few of these a try. 
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  1. A’m looking for a crochet pattern for Granny’s slippers that look just like the knitted granny slippers. But have been unable to find one. Can anyone help?

  2. love making slippers, but have not found a way to make them “less slippery”. I find my grandkids end up not wearing what I make because they fall down! I have tried a few drops of hot glue on bottom…and some Velcro, which I am told will scratch wood floors….what do you suggest?

    1. Try using a 3D paint, such as Puffy Paint, or some other brand and put it on the soles of the slippers. You can just do it in squiggly lines, or maybe draw some initials or a happy face or something, but you don’t need to coat the entire sole. It works great and is quite inexpensive :)

    2. You can buy a rubber backing that u can spray on, it is used on rugs to keep them from slipping. It is sold at most craft stores like Micheals, Walmart. I think u might be able to find it at Lowe’s or Home Depot, too. Or u can take a hot glue gun and run a few lines of glue on the bottoms, that works too.

  3. Hi, I’m loving the hexagon boots, but the pattern doesn’t explain how to add the second level to make them taller. .do you think maybe it’s self-explanatory once I’ve worked the rest? Lol, I’m so excited; I’m starting these tonight anyway! :)

    1. Oh boy, I am not sure :( I bet you just sew them in place, though. It looks like it’s just an extra row, I think it might be simple when you get there.

      1. So sweet of you to respond so quickly… ;)
        I did, however, decided to make your baby strap flip flops first(my best friend is due next month) ;) Can’t wait to try those boots soon, though! :)

        1. No problem! Perfect, congrats to your friend! It’s summer here, so I think I will try those boots in a few months, they are so cute!

  4. Hi Bethany:

    Greetings from Georgia!

    I came across your site while searching for crochet patterns and I immediately signed up for your newsletter! Thanks for the great slipper patterns. I absolutely live in flip-flops and I’m looking forward to crocheting my own. I can’t even imagine how much work you put into your site each day, but your efforts are greatly appreciated.