Crochet Slippers Free Pattern with Video, Magic Slippers

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This crochet slippers free pattern is shaped from a simple rectangle. The transformation is almost magical and hence the name Magic Slippers.

Easy Crochet Slippers


These slippers are really easy and beginner-friendly, no increasing or decreasing. Once you repeat two rows to make a rectangle, all you have to do is fold and shape the slippers.


Crochet Slippers for Beginners



I was inspired by knit slippers I saw on YouTube, but I honestly didn’t expect it to turn out looking so good. I think the ribbing effect of the stitch makes all the difference and adds the much-needed pizzazz to this simple design.



When you try this crochet slippers free pattern,  you will also learn a new stitch called the half double crochet slip stitch. I have included a video at the end of the blog post to make it easy for visual learners.



Crochet Slippers Free Pattern

You can work from the free pattern below or purchase an ad-free PDF for $3.99 here. You will receive a download link once you make payment and click “Return to Merchant”


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Note: There is a full video tutorial at the end of this blog post.



1. Size 4 worsted weight yarn. Loops and Threads Impeccable yarn in colors Putty and Barley were used for the sample slippers.

2. Size J(6mm) hook

3. Tapestry needle to weave in the end and shape the slippers

4. Four 3/4-inch metal buttons for embellishment


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Finished Size

Note: Sizes are based on US shoe sizes.

Size 5: 8-1/4 inches long

Size 6: 8-3/4 inches long

Size 7: 9 inches long

Size 8: 9-1/4 inches long

Size 9: 9-3/4 inches long

Size 10: 10 inches long

You can download a size chart below that includes US/UK/EU shoe sizes and the length and width of the rectangle for each size. 






Around 160-200 Yards depending on the size you are making.


Stitch Abbreviations


sc-single crochet

hslst- half double crochet slip stitch

YO-yarn over



12.5 hslst= 4 inches


Stitch Explanations

Half double crochet slip stitch(hslst): YO, insert your hook into the next st, YO and pull through the stitch and the 2 loops on your hook. You can watch the video at the end of this post.


Crochet Pattern

Note: Stitch counts are given in the order Size 5(6, 7, 8, 9, 10). Alternate numbers have been highlighted for ease.


Ch 26(27, 28, 30, 32, 33)

Row 1: 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across to end, turn.——-25(26, 27, 29, 31, 32) sts


Row 2: Ch 1 (does not count as a st here and throughout),  hslst in same st as ch 1, hslst in each st across to end, turn.—–25(26, 27, 29, 31, 32) sts


Row 3: Ch 1 (does not count as a st here and throughout), 1 sc in same st as ch 1, 1 sc in each st across to end, turn.——-25(26, 27, 29, 31, 32) sts


Keep repeating Rows  2 and 3 until your rectangle measures 8( 8, 8-1/2, 8-1/2, 9, 9) inches, fasten off with a 1-1/2 yard tail for sewing. 


Shaping the Crochet Slippers

Pattern Notes

  1. The side where you have 2 tails hanging will form the ankle side and the opposite side will form the toe side.
  2. The textured side is the right side of the slipper.


Left Slipper- Cinching Toe Side

Note: You can see the video given at the end.


Keep the rectangle textured side up. The toe side should be at the top.



For the left slipper, from the right edge, fold in a little more than 1/3rd of the rectangle and place a marker. Open the fold, use a 2-yard strand of yarn and make a running stitch along the very edge of the marked part taking care to catch only one loop.


Pull both ends to cinch. Do not cinch too tight or you will feel a lump in your slipper. Tie both ends to hold it in place and sew any opening shut working through the very edge and catching only 1 loop at a time, knot to secure.


Sew back to get your yarn near the marker, do not trim the excess yarn. We will come back to this part later after sewing the ankle side.


Right Slipper-Cinching Toe Side

Keep the rectangle textured side up. The toe side should be at the top.



For the right slipper, from the left edge, fold in a little more than 1/3rd of the rectangle and place a marker. Cinch the left side this time and seam it just like you did with your left slipper.


Seaming the Ankle- Left and Right Slippers



Note: When you seam the ankle side or the back of your slipper, the seam will be worked 1/2 inch inwards along the top half to make it snug.



Fold the ankle side in the middle, align the top edges, using the yarn tail left, start seaming the ankle working 1/2 inch inside, work along a slanting line to hit the middle, and from there work along the very edge to join the 2 layers.


Make a couple of knots. The ankle seam will be a little to the side because of the way these slippers are shaped.


Closing the Toe Side- Left and Right Slipper

Turn the slipper right side out. The flap will fold to the right for the right slipper and to the left for the left slipper.


Now insert your foot into the slipper. If you are making it for someone else and the slipper is too small to fit, just insert the front of your foot.



Fold the flap over as far as possible and sew in place using the yarn tail left at the toe side. You can use a running stitch. Since tapestry needle is blunt you don’t have to worry about poking your foot.


Finishing the Crochet Slipper

1. Sew on 2 or 3  buttons to the edge of the flap for embellishment. Repeat with the other slipper.

2. Weave in any tails left along the inner side of the slipper.


You might also like my quick Free One Hour Crochet Slippers and my  Spa Day Slippers which is perfect for spring.


You can find more free crochet slipper patterns on Allfreecrochet.


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  1. Sherida
    April 4, 2020 / 11:09 pm

    These are really cute for being so simply designed. The texture definitely makes it stand out. Been trying for months to find a basic slipper that was still cute, and too lazy to design LOL..

    Thanks so much!

  2. Sylvia
    April 7, 2020 / 3:01 pm

    I am wondering if the sizes are for women or men. I am trying to find a pattern for slippers for my father-in-law. I want something that closes with Velcro so it can be adjustable. He has swollen feet from edema and the swelling goes up and down. This is the first pattern I’ve seen that might be possible to use a Velcro closing. He needs Velcro because bending over to button something is difficult for him. Also is there a way to make the wrap part longer so he can loosen or tighten it.
    I appreciate any help you can give me


    • Shehnaaz
      April 9, 2020 / 9:42 pm

      Make it a 1/4 inch less than the length of his foot. The length of the wrap part depends on how many rows you crochet, so I’m hoping you will be able to adjust that easily. Good luck!

      • Jamie
        November 18, 2020 / 12:21 pm

        Oh my gosh I totally love these slippers! Can’t wait to make them. My question is, about how long should these take? Is it something I should easily be able to do on a weekend? Thanks so much for sharing this pattern! Again, I love it!

        • Shehnaaz
          November 18, 2020 / 2:06 pm

          Yes, absolutely! You can easily do it on a weekend.

          • Jamie
            November 18, 2020 / 9:09 pm

            Wow! Thanks for the super speedy reply! I’ll be whipping these babies up this weekend then. Thanks so much.

    • Joanna B
      August 21, 2020 / 7:24 am

      These are such cute slippers, they reminds me of my comfy moccasins; if the had soles, I would wear them outside lol. I cannot read a pattern to save my life, but I think even I can makw these. Thank you for making the video as well, I learn by watching, y’all that do videos are god sends 😊

      • October 19, 2020 / 11:12 am

        My daughter are 9 and 10 years old and want to do some crafting. These are perfect to start them off and it’s something they can use.

  3. Debra
    April 15, 2020 / 9:49 am

    I love your slipper pattern and am going to make a pair for my Mother. I read the comment about using velcro for slippers for someone with edema. That was a concern of mine also.

    I saw the plastic feet in your demo. I would like to know if you sell them or where I can purchase some. Do they come in different sizes?

    Thank you,

    • Shehnaaz
      April 25, 2020 / 7:43 pm

      I got the plastic feet from Amazon. I think they come only in Medium size.

  4. Jj
    April 16, 2020 / 9:08 am

    It would be nice to have both length and width dimensions.

    • Shehnaaz
      April 16, 2020 / 12:24 pm

      The pattern does tell you the length and width of the rectangle. The length is listed under the finished sizes and the pattern tells you how wide to crochet the rectangle after Row 3.

  5. Paula
    April 19, 2020 / 5:09 am

    Where is the video

    • Shehnaaz
      April 25, 2020 / 7:41 pm

      Scroll down to the end of the post.

  6. Carol
    April 24, 2020 / 9:40 pm

    I,d like to be able to print the pattern. Can I buy a pattern ?

      • Michelle
        May 20, 2020 / 8:35 pm

        Hello, I love your video! I find it very easy to follow but I am confused how to make a size 8. I chained 30 but it looks too short for my foot. Can you clarify the chain for my size, please? 🙂

        • Shehnaaz
          May 30, 2020 / 5:41 pm

          Your rectangle should be a 1/4 inch less than the length of your foot.

          • Shelby
            October 14, 2020 / 5:14 am

            So I’ve read the other comments and it says the rectangle should be 1/4 inch less than the length of your foot. I was wondering if this pattern was easily adaptable? I wear a women’s US size 12 if that helps. Does the width of the pattern change much and how would I determine it?

          • Shehnaaz
            October 24, 2020 / 8:33 pm

            You can make the rectangle and wrap it around your foot to determine the width.

  7. Ren C.
    April 27, 2020 / 10:34 am

    Very cool pattern. I intend to make a few pair for family from stash yarn for Christmas gifts. Thank you for sharing.

  8. joyce antons
    June 9, 2020 / 6:55 pm

    I really like this pattern as it is stylish and so easy to create . Thank you for sharing it.

  9. Luci G Ismert
    June 18, 2020 / 1:33 pm

    What is the plastic shoe form called that you use. I can’t find online? Thanks!

  10. Lucinda
    July 13, 2020 / 9:55 pm

    I’ve tried this and I can not get the square to be straight. I followed the pattern as per video.
    Any suggestions?
    Thank you

    • Shehnaaz
      July 18, 2020 / 10:35 am

      It will be a little lopsided due to the nature of the slip stitch. Just tug to make it straight and you will be fine.

  11. Margaret Clutter
    August 14, 2020 / 1:59 pm

    Is there any ideas on , what or how , you can put something on the bottom
    of the slipper, so they are not slippery? My 91 year old Mom also haves
    swollen ankles.

    • Shehnaaz
      August 14, 2020 / 2:52 pm

      I have heard puffy paint works well. You can also try adding non-skid fabric that is used on the bottom of toddler pj’s.

  12. Bonnie Bunting
    August 30, 2020 / 5:28 pm

    These are the nicest crochet slippers I have ever seen. I am in the process of making them now. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern.

    • Shehnaaz
      September 3, 2020 / 8:38 pm

      I am really glad you like the crochet slippers. Enjoy!

  13. Janet M
    September 24, 2020 / 9:45 pm

    don’t see the hslst instructions????

    • Shehnaaz
      October 12, 2020 / 8:50 am

      It is under Stitch Explanations at the beginning of the pattern.

  14. Alesia
    September 27, 2020 / 12:26 pm

    Any suggestions to trying to convert these into kids sizes? I’m ok at converting patterns on my own, but any suggestions would be appreciated!

    • Shehnaaz
      October 12, 2020 / 8:49 am

      You can try making it a 1/4 inch longer than the kid’s foot.

  15. Jeanie
    September 28, 2020 / 1:28 pm

    These are lovely slippers. I’m sure I can figure out the assembly, the video won’t play. Is there another way to view it? Maybe on You Tube?
    Thanks for the pattern!

  16. Sheryl
    October 15, 2020 / 10:23 pm

    Beautiful slippers! I can’t wait to crochet them! Thank you

  17. Claire Holden
    October 23, 2020 / 5:44 am

    Thank you. Lovely design. So simple, but really effective. Can’t wait to try them 🙂

  18. November 4, 2020 / 4:38 pm

    This is a really nice pattern. My problem is though,,, I have the right
    amount of stitches in each row but it don’t come out straight. It would
    rather go to an angle to the left. Am I doing something wrong to make it
    do that?

    • Shehnaaz
      November 11, 2020 / 8:25 am

      It is just the nature of the stitch. You can just tug the piece to straighten it in the end and then shape your slippers.

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