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Free Slipper Socks Crochet Pattern, The Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks

The “Warmest Feet Ever” Slipper Socks are just that. They keep your feet so toasty and warm during the winter weather. I hope you enjoy making them as much as I do.  I made these originally for my son who requested some slipper socks for Christmas. I have since made pairs for two of my daughters and for myself. I thought I would make it available to others so I am offering my Free Slipper Socks Crochet Pattern here on my blog.

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Looking for a great gift?

I have made these slippers for many customers and they all declare them to be the comfiest and warmest slippers they have ever had. These are just perfect as a gift. The cosiest slipper socks around.

Grey crochet slipper socks
Warm chunky crochet grey slipper sock

 

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This Slipper Socks Free Pattern is so beginner friendly.

I have always had issues in the past when it came to slippers. I decided to go for it and came up with this design. Using the double crochet stitch it is a simple pattern for beginners. There is some sewing required at the back of the heel. That is all the seaming there is.

For those new to crochet, I have added videos on youtube that will demonstrate the double crochet stitch for both left and right handed crocheters.

What is the Best Yarn for the Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks.

I make all my Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks with Lions Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick.

The reason I chose Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick for these slipper socks is it is 20% wool which means they are extra warm. They feel so soft and comfy when you slip your foot into them.

This yarn comes is so many beautiful colours you are sure to find something you love.

You can also use other bulky weight yarns with this pattern. I made some with Bernat Softee Chunky yarn as I loved the bright red they had in this yarn.

Red Slippe Socks

I also had some variegated yarns I had bought to make mermaid tails and I decided to try it out with this slipper pattern and they turned out great.

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This free slipper socks crochet pattern comes in sizes small, medium and large. The small pattern fits sizes 5-6, the Medium fits sizes 7-8 and the Large fits sizes 9-10.  There is a fair amount of stretch and my daughter who is a size 11 says they fit great.

One of my testers had the idea to modify my free slipper socks crochet pattern and make some for her children and they turned out amazing. I will hopefully post the child size pattern down the road.

 

You can also adapt this pattern to create contrasting toes and heels if you like. There are so many options.

Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks with contrasting toes and heels
Photo: Katy McEwen

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So here is the free crochet slipper socks pattern for you. I have posted each size in a separate section to make things easy for you.

The “Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks Pattern”

       Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks

Supplies you will need to make your free slipper socks crochet pattern:

Yarn: Small size:  One skein of Lions Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick super bulky yarn, (6).  This yarn is super soft and squishy as it is a wool blend. 20% wool and 80% acrylic.

Medium and Large sizes need two skeins of Lions Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick

Notions:

Hook: size 5.75 mm. US – J /10 (some J hooks are 6mm and that should be ok.

Notions

Tapestry needle

scissors.

Gauge: 9 DC – just under 5 rows of DC = 4” (10 cm)

Abbreviations (uses US conventions)

  • Ch = chain
  • st = stitch
  • dc = double crochet
  • sc = single crochet
  • sl st = slip stitch

This pattern uses US terminology. The US and UK crochet terms are different, but they use the same terms to describe different stitches. Here is a simple conversion chart for anyone in the UK.

US

double crochet (dc)

Single crochet (sc)

UK

Treble (tr)

Double crochet (dc)

 Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks for Small

 

 

Small: (for sizes 5-6)

Finished Slipper Sock Size: Foot length 8.5“/ 9-10” in circumference.

Instructions:

Please note that the Ch 2 worked at the beginning of a Round does not count as a stitch. Do not turn at the end of each round as it is worked in the round.

 

Chain 3 and join to make a small ring, or make a Magic Loop to start.

Round 1:ch 2 and make 10 DC in the ring, join to top of first DC with a sl st,
Round 2: Ch2, 2 DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC, (20 DC)
Round 3-6: Ch2, DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC, (20 DC)

Round 7: Ch2, DC in 15 stitches, next HDC in next st, SC in the next 3 stitches, HDC in last st, join to top of first DC, (20 DC)

Round 8: Ch2, DC in 15 stitches, (15 DC)

Round 9 and 10: Ch2, turn, DC in next 15 stitches, (15 DC)
Round 11: Ch2, turn, DC in next 6 stitches, DC3 together, DC in next 6 stitches (13 DC)

Do not fasten off.

Slip stitch to the top of the 1st stitch of this row to create the heel.

Now turn the slipper so the toe is facing away from you.

   

Begin to work up the ankle.

 

Round 1: Ch 1 and sc into the ends of each row and around the front of the foot, then up the other side, sl st into the top of the ch1 (20 st approx)
Round 2: Ch2, DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC.

Round 3: Ch2, DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC.

Round 4: Ch2, DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC.

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Turn inside out and sew up the heel seam.

Now you can make another one. 🙂

Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks for Medium

 

Medium: for sizes 7-8

Finished Slipper Sock Size: Foot length 9.5“, circumference 10-11”.

Instructions:

Please note that the Ch 2 worked at the beginning of a Round does not count as a stitch. Do not turn at the end of each round as it is worked in the round.

 

Chain 3 and join to make a small ring, or make a Magic Loop to start.

Round 1:ch 2 and make 11 DC in the ring, join to top of first DC with a sl st,
Round 2: Ch2, 2 DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC, (22 DC)
Round 3-7: Ch2, DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC, (22 DC)

Round 8: Ch2, DC in 17 stitches, next HDC in next st, SC in the next 3 stitches, HDC in last st, join to top of first DC, (22 DC)

Round 9: Ch2, DC in 17 stitches, (17 DC)

Round 10 and 11: Ch2, turn, DC in next 17 stitches, (17 DC)
Round 12: Ch2, turn, DC in next 7 stitches, DC3 together, DC in next 7 stitches (15 DC)

Do not fasten off.

Slip stitch to the top of the 1st stitch of this row to create the heel.

Now turn the slipper so the toe is facing away from you.

Begin to work up the ankle.

Round 1:Ch 1 and sc into the ends of each row and around the front of the foot, then up the other side, sl st into the top of the ch1 (20-22 st approx)
Round 2: Ch2, DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC.

Round 3: Ch2, DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC.

Round 4: Ch2, DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC.

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Turn inside out and sew up the heel seam.

Now you are ready to make the second one. 

 

The Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks for Large.

Free slipper socks crochet pattern

Large: for sizes 9-10

Finished Slipper Sock Size: Foot length 10“, circumference 10-11”

Instructions:

Please note that the Ch 2 worked at the beginning of a Round does not count as a stitch. Do not turn at the end of each round as it is worked in the round.

 

Chain 3 and join to make a small ring, or make a Magic Loop to start.

Round 1:ch 2 and make 12 DC in the ring, join to top of first DC with a sl st,
Round 2: Ch2, 2 DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC, (24 DC)
Round 3-8: Ch2, DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC, (24 DC)

Round 9: Ch2, DC in 18 stitches, next HDC in next st, SC in the next 4 stitches, HDC in last st, join to top of first DC, (24 DC)

Round 10: Ch2, DC in 18 stitches, (18 DC)

Round 11 – 13: Ch2, turn, DC in next 18 stitches, (18 DC)
Round 14: Ch2, turn, DC in next 7 stitches, DC2 together, DC2 together, DC in next 7 stitches (16 DC)

Do not fasten off.

Slip stitch to the top of the 1st stitch of this row to create the heel.

Now turn the slipper so the toe is facing away from you.

Begin to work up the ankle.

Round 1:Ch 1 and sc into the ends of each row and around the front of the foot, then up the other side, sl st into the top of the ch1
Round 2: Ch2, DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC.

Round 3: Ch2, DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC.

Round 4: Ch2, DC in each stitch around, join to top of first DC.

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Turn inside out and sew up the heel seam.

Now you are ready to make the second one.

Here are a few more examples made by my wonderful testers. There really is no end to the beautiful colour choices for making these gorgeous slipper socks.

free slipper socks crochet pattern

If you have any questions or need help with the free slipper socks crochet  pattern, please email me at [email protected], and Iʼll be glad to help you. Thank you for trying my pattern, I hope you enjoy it!

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