Crochet Slipper Boots A Free Crochet Pattern (How To Crochet Slipper Boots)

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My Daughter Asked for a new pair of her favorite Crochet Slipper Socks. I love these funky pink and white striped cozy socks!
The slipper socks are really easy to make either in plain color or why not alternate whatever colors you wish!.

This is a very easy and free crochet pattern to make these toasty cozy slippers which can easily be made into slipper boots or can be worn as thick cozy socks. 
Following the basic slipper pattern and choosing when you want to finish you can create several styles of crochet slippers from this one pattern.
 
It's nearing that time of year again when its time to think about gift ideas!  
I swear I can't make enough of these as the men also love these crochet slipper socks. 
 I don't play around too much with sizing as I found this one size just about fits all (Well apart from hubby and my Nephew! whose size 12! I just add one or 2 stitches more to the starting round and increase as per pattern) or like for my niece's tiny feet
 I  went down a size in hook and yarn. 

I am asked every year to make these crochet boot slippers, not only for the ladies in the family but my hubby loves his pair too. 



Easy Free Crochet Slipper Boot Pattern men and women
Take 1 Free Crochet Pattern for slippers and transform
them into these stylish slipper boots and socks

Taking 1 simple crochet pattern and formula can transform these crochet slippers to boots to socks and even very trendy roll down cuff boots for the teenagers.
These are suitable for men and woman, teenagers and kids alike.

Special Notes, Stitches and Terms used.

Please read through, this is a basis to help you create the fashionable crochet slipper boots 
 
Pattern is written in US terms.

THIS IS THE Basic RED Slipper Crochet Pattern as shown in the Below Picture. 
 Read on to find the LONG SOCK PAttern


Rnd1: Ch2 and work 6 hdc into the first chain on the hook, slip to join

Rnd 2 : Ch 2 , counts as first hdc,  hdc into the base of chain st, work  2 hdc in each stitch around, slip to join 

Rnd 3: Ch2, 1 hdc in each stitch around, slip to join. 

Continue working Row 3 until Toe and front of foot area are long enough to just before your ankle. 

Start working in ROWS 

Ch2, hdc in next 14 sts, TURN - Repeat this Row until the piece fits over your toes and you can close the ROWS at the back of your heel - you will sew here to complete your slipper. 

Work sc along with the slippers Top Edge to finish


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Easy Crochet Slipper Pattern




THE LONG SLIPPER SOCK PATTERN


I used size 4.00mm (UK) hook and Double knit Thick Aran Wool 

This made a perfect size 6 (UK) European 39 and US 8.5
or, for even extra toasty-ness work with 2 strands of Double knit wool together.

Stitches Used  ( written in US terms)
 HDC = Half Double Crochet
How to create the Half Double Crochet Stitch
Make a chain, beginning with the second chain from hook into the chain stitch, catch the yarn and draw it through the stitch. You will now have 3 hooks on your hook. Put the yarn over the hook and draw through all loops at the same time. Leaving 1 loop on the hook. This is a half double crochet

This crochet stitch gives warmth and has a fair amount of elasticity. Also, it is best to make your slippers on the smaller side rather than the larger. They will stretch.


Special terms of note:

Always start your 1st Half Double Crochet into the BASE of your chain 2 at the start of every round.
Where stated  finish with a half double crochet into the join slip stitch of previous row (this helps to give the increased shape required for a snug fit (1 extra stitch being created at either side of the chain)

LONG slipper Boot Sock Pattern  


I made these for me and I am uk size 6 however my daughter wears them and she is a UK 7 (they will stretch )

I use  Aran Weight Yarn and a 4.00mm hook


Rnd1: Ch3  and work 6HDC into the FIRST chain  Slip to join (6sts)
slip to join round

Rnd 2: Starting in the Base of ch2, work 2HDC in each stitch around slip to join round(12) 

Rnd 3: Ch2, 1HDC in  base of ch2, (2hdc in next st, hdc in next) slip to join round (18sts)

Rnd 4: Ch2, HDC in base of Ch2 and in in Each Stitch around, Make 1 extra stitch in the round by working hdc INTO the Slip stitch space of previous round, slip to join, (19sts) 

Rnd 5:
Ch2, HDC in base of Ch2 and in in Each Stitch around, Make 1 extra stitch in the round by working hdc INTO the Slip stitch space of previous round, slip to join, (20sts) 

Rnd 6 - Rnd 16 : Ch2, HDC in base of Ch2 and in in Each Stitch around, Make 1 extra stitch in the round by working hdc INTO the Slip stitch space of previous roundslip to join round(29sts) 

(This fits perfectly over my toes along my foot and stops just before my ankle)

YOu will now be working in ROWS, Turn your work. 
We are creating the HEEL part of your sock/slipper


Row 1:   Ch2, HDC in base of ch2, HDC in next 18sts. (leaving 11 Stitches unworked,) TURN.
Row2- Row6: : Ch2,  HDC in base of ch2, HDC in each st to last, TURN
Place a marker at the Beginning of Row 6 and at the END of Row 6. (these will be joined together, and seam sewn together (back of heel)  and now we will work AROUND the ankle length)


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Continue To make the Slipper boot.


 Join yarn at the back heel seam (Pic 4) and pick up stitches evenly around and work, 
ch2, HDC evenly in every space around, Do Not Join

Continue working HDC in each stitch in the round until you reach your desired length. 

Mid-calf for slipper boots. or knee length for slipper socks/boot socks.



Fasten Off and Weave in Ends.

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Please Note: This is my Original Pattern Originally published 12/18/12

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