These cute chunky crochets slippers are chunky and soft. The body requires only 4 rows, so they work up very fast! You found your new weekend project!
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Free Crochet Pattern: Quick and Cozy Crochet Slippers | Slip your feet into these chunky, cozy crochet slippers. SO comfy and they are a very QUICK project!

Happy weekend friends! Today brings a pattern that I have been working on for a few weeks, which is crazy because they work up so quickly, only 4 rounds! To be fair, my original design idea was a slipper boot (which IS coming in a few weeks), but halfway through I thought they looked cute as low-top slippers. So today’s pattern is  Women’s Quick and Cozy Crochet Slippers. 

Free Crochet Pattern: Quick and Cozy Crochet Slippers | Slip your feet into these chunky, cozy crochet slippers. SO comfy and they are a very QUICK project!

SUPER CHUNKY CROCHET SLIPPERS – CROCHET PATTERN (size 8 only)

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What you need: (affiliates)
Bernat Blanket Yarn (2 colors)
N Hook
Fleece Fabric for lining
A few feet of Medium Weight yarn
Darning Needle

Abbreviations: US Terms
Ch – Chain
Sc – Single Crochet 
Hdc – Half Double Crochet 
Dc – Double Crochet
Dc2tog- Dc Decrease
Sl st – Slip Stitch 
Sk – Skip

Gauge: 10 sc = 5″ 

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Chunky Crochet Slippers Size 8

Sole:
Ch 14
1. 1. sc 2 in 2nd ch from hook. Sc 6. hdc 2. Dc 3. Dc 7 in last ch.
Work across opposite side of the ch: Dc 3. Hdc 2. Sc 6. 2 sc in last ch(same as first 2 sts). Join with first sc. (33 sts)
2. Ch 1. 2 hdc in next 2 sts. Hdc 12. 2 hdc in next 5 sts. Hdc 12. 2 hdc in last st 2 sts. (42 sts)
3. Work in 3rd loop
Ch 2. Dc 4. Hdc. Sc 32. Hdc. Dc 4. Join with sl st. (42 sts)
4. Ch 2. Dc 2. Dc2tog. Hdc. Sc 32. Hdc.  Dc2tog. Dc 2. Join with sl st. (40 sts)
Tie off. 

Tongue: 
Ch 3. 
1. Sc 2 in 2nd ch from hook. 2 sc in last ch. Turn. (4 sts)
2. Ch 1. Sc 2 in same st. Sc 2. Sc 2 in last st. Turn. (6 sts)
3. – 7. Ch 1. Sc in each st. Turn. (6 sts)
8. Ch 2. Dc in same st. Sc 4. Dc in last st. (6 sts)
Tie off.  

Crochet Slipper Construction:

Before sewing on the tongue, I highly recommend sewing a fleece sole liner onto the bottom of the slippers. I realized this was needed after I completed mine and walked around in them for a while. This yarn is really soft, but the stitches are so large that it can be less than comfortable to walk in them on hard floors. You can make a pattern using the unfinished slipper. I simply laid the slipper onto the fleece and cut around it. It doesn’t need to be perfect, it just needs to fit inside. I used two layers for extra comfort!

Then, using medium weight yarn and sharp darning needle, sew a running stitch around it, tacking it in place. 

Free Crochet Pattern: Quick and Cozy Crochet Slippers | Slip your feet into these chunky, cozy crochet slippers. SO comfy and they are a very QUICK project!


Once the sole is in place, you can sew the tongue onto the shoe. 
Line up the tongue and start on the left side. Pull a loop through. 

Free Crochet Pattern: Quick and Cozy Crochet Slippers | Slip your feet into these chunky, cozy crochet slippers. SO comfy and they are a very QUICK project!

 Slip stitch around the toe, sewing the tongue in place. It can be helpful to pin the tongue in place as your slip stitching around so it doesn’t get sewn on lopsided. Keep in mind, you aren’t working through stitches on the tongue, you just need to find any loop or space and use that. 

Free Crochet Pattern: Quick and Cozy Crochet Slippers | Slip your feet into these chunky, cozy crochet slippers. SO comfy and they are a very QUICK project!


Once the tongue is place, continue slip stitching around the slipper until you reach where you started. 

Weave in your ends and slide your feet into your new cozy crochet slippers!

Free Crochet Pattern: Quick and Cozy Crochet Slippers | Slip your feet into these chunky, cozy crochet slippers. SO comfy and they are a very QUICK project!
Free Crochet Pattern: Quick and Cozy Crochet Slippers | Slip your feet into these chunky, cozy crochet slippers. SO comfy and they are a very QUICK project!

You have FOUND your weekend project.  Have a crocheting weekend!

Cheers!

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    1. Yep, you can make the circle toe larger, do another increase row, make sure you increase by 6 sts. Then make sure to adjust the bottom to be a bit wider when you start the turning rows.

      1. It really blesses me that you would reply and be so helpful. Thank you. I am not sure I know what you mean by the circle toe, but I assume it means the top end of the sole and refers to the directions after #2 and before #3. Once I get back into working the pattern I will try to figure it out. I would assume the tongue would have to be widened as well, but that would be easier to figure out.

        1. Oh Sandra! I am so sorry, I somehow misread which pattern you were referring to. Please disregard my first comment. For this slipper, working the second round of the sole in a DC stitch might do the trick, to make it bit wider. Feel free to send me a photo, send to Bethany (at) whistleandivy (dot) com

  1. Bethany …. I finished this slipper pattern …. the back are too low … do you think if I repeat the 4th row a few times it would look good and hang on to the heel of my foot???? Thank you.
    Lisa

  2. I don’t really care for these particular slippers but I love the idea of lining them…like an insole…Thank you so much for that suggestions. Sometimes having your feet on the crocheted part of the sole is hard on the feet and this ling will definitely do the trick as far as making them much more comfie.

  3. Love this pattern! Thanks for sharing it!

    I just have one small correction to add: On round 2 for all of the sizes, you forgot to say to join at the end.

    (I had to stop and think about whether this was intentional or not on my first run through the pattern, and concluded that I’d have a pretty big gap if I tried to continuously work into the next round instead of joining first. :)

  4. Hello!
    Thank you for such great patterns, videos, etc. I have been making blankets this summer from this yarn and am so excited to try this pattern. I’m not sure what “work in the 3rd loop” means at the beginning of row 3.
    Thank you,
    Cheryle

    1. Hi Cheryle! You are very welcome! The third loop is the loop on the back of the stitch, not the two on top. It makes the stitches go upward giving you a nice angle where the sole meets the side.

      1. Bethany …. for the “work in back loop”, is that for the entire 3rd row??? For row 4; do you go back to working the two loops on top???? Thank you!

    1. You can add 1 -2 chains on your foundation to achieve larger sizes. I haven’t specifically written this free pattern with a size that large, sorry!

  5. Question
    Size 9
    Sole:
    Shouldn’t row 3 have a (44) st count instead of a (42) st. count?

    Love your free pattern, and they are for sure quick and easy to make…
    thank you

  6. Soft cozy slipper pattern looks great but makes no sense. 1st row sole ends Dc4. Dc7. If that is all double crochet wouldn’t it be DC11 and of course there are not enough chains to do that. ??????????????