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!
This chunky fringe infinity scarf is a lovely evening project and uses soft, chunky yarn. It’s perfect for beginners and for those who want instant gratification, it works up fast. This post contains affiliate links (click here for more info). Thank you for supporting Whistle and Ivy and my free patterns!
These fabulous crochet fishnet gloves are made with the diamond mesh stitch. They works up very fast and have a squish and stretchy texture. Make them in bright colors for an 80’s outfit, or black for your halloween costume. This free crochet pattern post includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no extra cost to you.
So, you guys know that I am obsessed with crocheting baby stuff. But I am trying to branch out and have been interested in crocheted accessories. I have done a few things, like this African Flower Headwarmer and these Vintage-Inspired Armwarmers, but I still want to try to make some “less wintry” projects. I randomly got the idea to make a crochet peacock feather, but was having a hard time finding the right yarn. I quickly realized that yarn would be much too thick for this project. Then, the idea to use embroidery floss hit me like a bolt of lightening! Maybe many of you have been crocheting with embroidery floss, but it honestly never occurred to me until I started thinking about these earrings. Luckily, it worked out wonderfully!
I know we are all thinking about spring, (ahem…right here) but I have one more warm, wintry pattern to share. Maybe you can put these lacy boot cuffs in your queue for next winter, or maybe you can travel to WY and realize that is it still very much winter there. (We drove through a blizzard in WY this weekend!)
I hope you all had a wonderful holiday! Mine was bittersweet. It was our first Christmas with just our little family of three, which was nice, but I missed my family and our traditional Christmas Eve festivities. With most of the busyness out of the way, I decided to share this hexagon scarf with you today! I have been loving the hexagon trend, and I really wanted to incorporate it into a fun pattern.
I really thought that this cold winter would be really hard on me (I recently moved from Las Vegas to Northern Utah). It kind of has, but the cold is VERY inspirational! I have needed to take extra measures to stay warm, and arm warmers were a cozy and cute way. I really like how these turned out, and they are pretty simple to make, too.
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Well, I don’t know about you, but I have been cold! I haven’t needed snow boots for a few years, but I just ordered a pair, and I think they are definitely going to get some use up here. And since my husband likes to keep the house a bit cool, I really needed more slippers for my cold feet. I have designed a couple other pattern, but I wanted to make something new, and these Button Strap Slippers turned out very cute!
It’s hat season! Here in northern Utah it’s been cold for a while, but it took me a while to get with the program.
I have been in love with the African flower motif for a while, but never found a reason to make one
Then the idea for an African flower headwarmer came to me in a dream! That sounds totally weird, but I have extremely vivid dreams ( to the point of exhaustion) and I remember them like they were actual memories, so I actually get ideas from my crazy memory/dreams.
Anyway, I woke up and crocheted this beauty.
And I love how it turned out. It’s so comfortable, so warm and so pretty, too!
These darling crochet loafer slippers are fun to make and comfortable to wear! They feature a double sole for extra comfort and are made with simple construction. Make a pair for baby too! This post included affiliate links, which means I get small commission if you make a purchase at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support!