Keep your toes toasty warm with these comfy crochet slipper socks.
Skill Level | Intermediate
Finished Size | 14″ long (toe to top);6″ wide (leg laying flat); customized foot length.
Crochet slippers don’t have to be difficult and they don’t have to take a ton of time to crochet. This quick project combines the best of crochet slippers and crochet socks into the same easy project.
About this Pattern
If you’re looking for a quick and easy crochet slipper or crochet sock pattern, you’re in the right place. This uses combines chunky yarn to crochet socks that are cozy enough to call your favorite pair of crochet slippers.
With this project you’ll learn the basics of increasing while using post stitches, a skill you can use for other projects like hats. You’ll also learn how to crochet a simple heel and transition to the top of the slipper for a cozy fit.
Before you begin, review this page entirely so you understand the full scope of the project. We’ve prepared a list of recommended supplies and abbreviations you’ll need to get started as well as written instructions to walk you through the entire process.
- 3 skeins Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick (Hudson Bay shown)
- 6.5 mm Crochet hook
- Yarn Needle
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This pattern is written using standard US crochet terminology.
- Ch Chain
- Dc Double Crochet
- Fpdc Front Post Double Crochet
- Fpdc2tog Front Post Double Crochet Two Together
- Sc Single Crochet
- Sk Skip
- Slst Slip Stitch
- Sts Stitches
14″ long (toe to the top)
by 6 ” wide (laying flat).
6 sts x 4 rows = 2″
worked in Fpdc
This pattern is worked from the toe up. You’ll want to be comfortable working with post stitches and the shell stitch. Refer to my video tutorial for a demonstration:
As mentioned in the gauge section, if you follow this pattern and use the recommended supplies your slipper socks will fit a women’s size 7-8 shoe. You can modify the sizing by lengthening the foot section. Instructions on how to do this is included.
This pattern recommends you begin your round with the magic ring. If you are unfamiliar with the magic ring, take a look at my tutorial here:
Round 1: Create a magic ring with 10 dc. Join with a slst to the third chain. (10 sts)
Round 2: Ch 2. 2 fpdc every st. Join with a slst to first fpdc. (20 sts)
Round 3-14: Ch 2. 1 fpdc every st. Join with a slst to first fpdc. (20 sts)
Tip: add more thank 14 rounds or fewer than 14 rounds to customize the foot length fit.
Round 15: Ch 2. Make 2 fpdc in first 5 sts. Fpdc next 10 sts. 2 fpdc last 5 sts. Join with a slst to the first fpdc. (30 sts)
Rounds 16-18: Ch 2. 1 fpdc every stitch. Join with a slst to first fpdc. (30 sts)
Round 19: Ch 2. Fpdc2tog 5 times. 1 fpdc next 10 sts. Fpdc2tog 5 times. Join with a slst to the first fpdc. (20 sts)
Ankle Shaping & Leg
Round 20: Ch 2. 2 fpdc first 2 sts. Fpdc next 5 sts. 2 fpdc next 6 sts. Fpdc next 5 sts. 2 fpdc last two sts. Join with a slst to first fpdc. (30 sts)
Round 21: Ch 3 (counts as middle dc of shell). 2 dc in same st as ch. *Sk 2 sts, sc in next. Sk 2 sts, 5 dc in next. Rep from * to end of round. 2 dc in the same st as first partial shell. Join with a slst to the third chain.
Round 22: Ch 1 (counts as sc). *Sk 2 sts, 5 dc in next. Sk 2 sts, sc in next. Rep from * to end of round. Join with a slst to the first ch.
Rep rounds 21 and 22 a total of six more times (7 rounds of shell stitch). Fasten off and weave in your ends.
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Crochet Slipper Socks Tutorial
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