Happy Friday, Friend! Here in Utah, we recently switch to Daylight Savings Time. I have never hated it. Honest. But this year was different. Maybe it’s because I am getting older and change is getting harder, or maybe it’s because my brain is hardwired to get up at 8:00 am sharp (yes, my kids spoil me!). Either way, this week has been rough, and I still feel like I am not on track. But a hard brainstorming session last night and lit my mind up with tons of fun spring and summer ideas, PLUS I am almost done designing the upcoming C2C Crochet Along. To send you on your merry way into the weekend, today I am sharing these fun and comfortable Women’s Crochet Slipper Sandals.

FREE Crochet Pattern: Women's Slippers Sandals | A fun and quick project. Pretty and comfy slippers, perfect for the warmer months!

 

 

FREE Crochet Pattern: Women's Slippers Sandals | A fun and quick project. Pretty and comfy slippers, perfect for the warmer months!

 

 

This slippers are the worsted version of these Chunky Gladiator Slippers, both are cute and comfy!

 

This is a guest post at Crafts By Amanda, so click over to get the pattern!

 

 

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  1. Can i make slippers out of Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick?
    On the yarn label to the left of the picture of the needle size there is a symbol that says Super bulky and a big 6. Is the 6 the ply? The needle size says N-13-9mm. I am thinking of the cable slipper pattern. Please advise.Thanks..

    1. hello!
      You can, of course, make whatever you wish! However, I don’t have a cable slipper pattern, so I couldn’t give you advice on that specific pattern. I am sorry!

  2. These are just adorable! However since I have been away from crochet for 50 plus years, I need some practice time before I tackle these sandals. Maybe someday.

    You have fun in the sun and thanks for sharing. You are a bit of genius to come up with some of these patterns.

      1. Love these slippers! I had to make some modifications for my size 11 feet and didn’t actually end up using a worsted weight yarn but instead 2 strands of an aran weight yarn for the soles and a tube yarn classified as bulky for the straps. Anyway, thanks for your cute patterns!

        P.S. I couldn’t find this pattern in Ravelry so I created my project under the super bulky version and put a link to the worsted version in my notes.