Not just comfy but stylish, too!
These crochet slippers are as fashionable as they are comfortable. They’re made with variegated yarn for that beautiful and effortless multi-color effect. It’s always a breeze with the yarn itself does some of the work for color schemes and random patterns. The recommended yarn is Red Heart Super Saver which also makes these slippers quite economical too!
And yes, these slippers would make fabulous gifts. Or work up numerous pairs to build up your inventory for crafts fairs or online, as crochet slippers are a perennial favorite.
This is a fantastic pattern, and it’s free! It’s the “Not Your Grandma’s Crochet Slippers” pattern by designer Cheryl Bennett of Crochet 365 Knit Too. And yes, that’s true, the iconic crochet favorite gets quite an upgrade here, with the flowers and the button!
You’ll find a written pattern which uses basic stitches and techniques including the magic ring and single crochet. Should you be unfamiliar with any of the stitches you’ll find links to her very helpful tutorials. You’ll get all the resources right there at Chery’s blog that will guide you to success from start to finish as you turn that skein of yarn into something that’s cozy on your feet or that of your recipients.
For even more creative — and free! — crochet patterns for slippers, moccasins, baby booties, and all manner of DIY footwear for all ages, be sure to check out some of our other favorites here at Crochet Maze. You’ll find the links below!
As always, happy crocheting!
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