35+ Free Slipper Patterns: {Knit, Crochet, Sewing}

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Here’s an updated list of slipper patterns that features plenty of styles to choose from. I’ve sorted them into three groups for easier browsing (sewn, crochet, knit). Enjoy!

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tissupapers.blogspot.ca

tissupapers.blogspot.ca

Elle Tie-Ons: Adorable Doris-Day style, you’ll need both solid and print fabric. (jpg file download).

Sock-Style: (no-sew) Suede is cut to fit the bottom of your feet then fused onto the bottom of a pair of thick socks with fusible webbing.

marthastewart.com

marthastewart.com

guardian.co.uk

guardian.co.uk

Denim: If your favourite jeans have seen better days, turn them into something stylish. Templates for both the sole and upper parts are provided.

Granny Chic: Layer bits of tulle and bling (pearls, beads, etc.), added to ready-made ballerina slippers.

rufflesandstuff.com

rufflesandstuff.com

smalldreamfactory.blogspot.ca

smalldreamfactory.blogspot.ca

Leather or Fabric: Includes a pdf template to download, these are made with firm fabric or leather.

Whimsical Felt: This project could be altered and adapted in so many different ways.

alisaburke.blogspot.ca

alisaburke.blogspot.ca

craftzine.com

craftzine.com

Velvet: Spoil yourself with these luxurious goodies, made with velvet and lace.

Cute & Ruffly: Easy to make using a mid to heavier weight fabric.

snickerdoodlesteph.blogspot.ca

snickerdoodlesteph.blogspot.ca

primprettys.blogspot.ca

primprettys.blogspot.ca

Ballet Style: Template pieces for the base and top are offered for download (via pdf).

Summer: Comfy, summer thongs style. Made with vinyl, cotton fabric, muslin, bias tape and batting.

ladyharvatine.com

ladyharvatine.com

jojoebi-designs.com

jojoebi-designs.com

Cosy: Made with felt and fleece.

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mrsmicawber.blogspot.ca

mrsmicawber.blogspot.ca

Birchbark: These are quick and easy to make, a rectangle of Tunisian Simple Stitch is made (or any stitch you like), then seamed at the heel and folded to form the toe.

Pudgy Piggies: Made with a skein of yarn in pink and embellished with a bit of black yarn and stuffed with Polyfill.

michaels.com

michaels.com

purlbee.com

purlbee.com

Granny Square: Finished size: 9 1/4 inches long – to fit women’s US shoe sizes 7 – 9 1/2 (can be adjusted as needed).

Norwegian: All done in sc and then felted.

mommyknows.com

mommyknows.com

crochetspot.com

crochetspot.com

Easy Adjustable Design: Very versatile since you can create different styles based on this.

Sweet: Made with a size G hook and finished size 7 (you can repeat R9 to any desired length).

sarahsweethearts.blogspot.ca

sarahsweethearts.blogspot.ca

zoomyummy.com

zoomyummy.com

Simple Design: Made with bulky yarn and made to fit size 9 (US), can be adjusted as needed. Features a contrasting trim along the top edge.

Pippy: These are worked in one piece then the heel closed at the back of the ankle.

meetmeatmikes.blogspot.ca

meetmeatmikes.blogspot.ca

thelittlehousebythesea.wordpress.com

thelittlehousebythesea.wordpress.com

Mary Janes: Each is made in one piece so there are no seams. Stitches are dc & sc.

Cozy Footies: Nice ‘n stretchy so it’s advised to make these a little smaller than you normally would, easy to make in any size (measure as you go for a perfect fit).

heldasland.blogspot.ca

heldasland.blogspot.ca

simplicity.com

simplicity.com

Hi Tops: Sizes for small, medium and large (9″, 9 1/2″ and 10″), these are made with DK yarn in three colors.

Lizzie: Worked from the back of the heel up to the toe, has a nice contrasting trim around the top and across the toes (sc).

goodknits.com

goodknits.com

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simplicity.com

simplicity.com

Harlequin Modern Muks: Skill level noted as Intermediate, sizes for Women’s Small (6-7 1/2), Medium (8-8 1/2) and Large (9-10). Worked on DPNs and a circular needle.

Graceful: A quick project, these are worked on straight needles and are tied around the ankles with pretty ribbon or a strip of cotton fabric.

wintersdayin.blogspot.ca

wintersdayin.blogspot.ca

rineke.blogspot.ca

rineke.blogspot.ca

Felted Mary Janes: These will work with any yarn and easy to adjust for any size of feet. Felted.

Buttoned Cuff: Worked on straight needles and features a garter stitch cuff with two buttons. Finished sizes: 8 3/4″-9 1/2″-10 1/4″.

garnstudio.com

garnstudio.com

soxie.com

soxie.com

Super Simple Sox: Worked with 2 strands of yarn held together on a large needle.

Sock-Style: Sized to fit approximately 8-11 (women’s) but can be adjusted, made with worsted-weight yarn.

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users.livejournal.com/_notanartist_/

straw.com

straw.com

Perky Puffin: Features a lovely cable cuff. Worked on circulars, three sizes available (Women’s Small, Medium, Large).

Woven Squares: (loom) 12″ squares are sewn together then felted.

knittinginterrupted.com

knittinginterrupted.com

craftzine.com

craftzine.com

Bunny Hop: Knit. These are soft as a bunny, thanks to their thrums — unspun wool knit right in for a warm, cushy, fleecy lining.

Mary Jane Booties: These are made with extra bulky yarn on size 11 needles, making a super dense fabric, with no need to felt.

leethal.coloredlights.net

leethal.coloredlights.net

ilunduuni.vuodatus.net

ilunduuni.vuodatus.net

Ballerina Style: Worked on DPNs and embellished with beads, sequins or decorative trim (optional). Felted.

Cotton: The directions fit US sizes 7 to 9 (can be adjusted easily).

sockpixie.blogspot.ca

sockpixie.blogspot.ca

mandabearpig.blogspot.ca

mandabearpig.blogspot.ca

Vintage Design: Directions for three sizes available (Small, Medium, Large), suitable for beginners.

With Cabled Top: Snug & cozy, these are quick to whip up, women’s sizes Small, Medium & Large provided.

niftyknitting.com

niftyknitting.com

bevscountrycottage.com

bevscountrycottage.com

Aunt Maggie’s: Oldies but goodies!

Persian: This is an easy felting project requiring basic embroidery skills.

knittingfever.com

knittingfever.com

niftyknitting.com

niftyknitting.com

Peaches & Creme: Skill Level: Easy. An I-cord loops across the top of the foot to button on the side.

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Published: October 24, 2009
Updated: November 7, 2012

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16 Comments to “35+ Free Slipper Patterns: {Knit, Crochet, Sewing}”
  1. dordes says:

    Lovely slippers.I will make me a pair.Thanks for your brilliant ideas.

  2. mommyknows says:

    Thank you so much for posting my slippers here!

    What a wonderful site.

  3. Vicki says:

    Thanks for the wonderful slipper patterns!

  4. salwa says:

    Thank you, they are all very lovely

  5. Sue patil says:

    I could not download patterns after clicking on picture. Please tell us how to get copy of free pattern

    • Tipnut says:

      Hi Sue, by clicking a picture you will visit the pattern creator’s website where they will either have the pattern displayed or a link to the pattern to download. Which pattern were you interested in? I can double check for you.

  6. Kyria says:

    The link to the buttoned cuff slippers has changed.

  7. mona says:

    Grandmother used to make these. When she passed away the pattern was lost. I’m very glad to find it again to make for my grand chldren.

  8. Jazz says:

    Love the variety of slipper patterns available. Just a heads up. The “Fun Pom Pom” slippers are no longer free. She charges $2.

  9. Carmen Russell says:

    Thank you for these wonderful slippers patterns ,i know i will be making a few.

  10. Mary says:

    I would like to say thank you for such a wonderful site. I have taught alot of folks to do theese slippers and we are making them to give to our local adopt a family for x mas and they are so easy to make.

  11. melissa says:

    Thank you for being one of those wonderful people who put all this stuff in one place for easy access. Love the crochet slippers and will have to get to making some for Christmas presents.


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