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!
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.
Granny Chic: Layer bits of tulle and bling (pearls, beads, etc.), added to ready-made ballerina slippers.
Whimsical Felt: This project could be altered and adapted in so many different ways.
Cute & Ruffly: Easy to make using a mid to heavier weight fabric.
Summer: Comfy, summer thongs style. Made with vinyl, cotton fabric, muslin, bias tape and batting.
Pudgy Piggies: Made with a skein of yarn in pink and embellished with a bit of black yarn and stuffed with Polyfill.
Norwegian: All done in sc and then felted.
Sweet: Made with a size G hook and finished size 7 (you can repeat R9 to any desired length).
Pippy: These are worked in one piece then the heel closed at the back of the ankle.
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).
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.
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″.
Sock-Style: Sized to fit approximately 8-11 (women’s) but can be adjusted, made with worsted-weight yarn.
Woven Squares: (loom) 12″ squares are sewn together then felted.
Mary Jane Booties: These are made with extra bulky yarn on size 11 needles, making a super dense fabric, with no need to felt.
Cotton: The directions fit US sizes 7 to 9 (can be adjusted easily).
With Cabled Top: Snug & cozy, these are quick to whip up, women’s sizes Small, Medium & Large provided.
Persian: This is an easy felting project requiring basic embroidery skills.