Crochet Slippers Free Pattern (Part 1)


In this tutorial I show you how to crochet
these cute 2-color slippers. For this demonstration I am makig a US size
9.5 / 41 EU size. You can adjust the size by following instructions
on how to close the heel when your slippers has reached the desired length. To make these slippers you’ll need some Aran
or DK weight yarn. The Aran is a little thicker than the DK weight
but you can use both. You’ll also need a crochet hook – I used a
4.5 mm crochet hook. You can effect the witdth of your slipper
by chaning the size of your hook. If you want a wider slipper you can use a
bigger hook and if you want a more narrow slipper you can use a smaller hook. So let’s get started! And we’ll just start by making a slip knot. And then CH 2. And now you’ll be working 8 SC’s into the
2nd ch from your hook – so that’s the first..and just keep on working 8 SC’s into that same
chain stitch. And SS to join. And now your stitch count should be 8 sc’s
around. And for round 2 you CH 1. And now you’ll be working 2 sc’s into the
first stitch. And also 2 SC’s in every stitch around. And just keep on doing this until you’ve got
a total stitch count of 16 all around. And then you just join with a SS. And for round 3 you CH 1. And now you’ll be working 1 SC into the first
st. And 2 SC’s into the next st. And you’ll just repeat this pattern all around. So 1 SC in the next adn 2 SC’s in the next. 1 SC in the next and 2 in the next. And now we’re at round 4. And you’ll just be chaining 1 and making 1
SC in every st around. And your st count should be 24 st all around. And you join with a SS and CH 1 for the next
round. And for the next round, round 5, you’ll again
be single crocheting 1 st in every st around until you have a total st count of 24 st’s. And again join with a SS when you get to the
end. And you can see that the foot is starting
to shape right at the toes. And 1 more round of SC’s for round 6. And starting round 7 you CH 1, and pull up
the loop slightly – just to get enough height to make the first HDC – and you” be working
that into the same st. And now you’ll be chaining 1, skip the next
st and then work 1 HDC into the next st and this is the pattern that you’ll be repeating
all around, just make 1 HDC, CH 1, skip 1, make 1 HDC until you get to the end. And when you get to the end you’ll be joining
with a SS to the first hdc of the round. And for round 8 you’ll join your new color
– let’s call it color B. I’m using this grey color, just attach the yarn, just take your
time to get all the yarn where you want it and now CH 1. And now you’ll be working a SC into that first
hdc from the last round. Like this….and the next DC will go into
this st below – so in the st from the previous round. And then 1 SC in the next hdc on the current
row and 1 DC into the row below. You can see how the DC’s they go between the
posts of the hdc’s but not on the current row but in the row below and it will look
like this. And just continue this pattern all around
until you get to the end. Here I’m working my last DC into the last
st and then I’ll be joining with a SS to the first st of the round. And your st count should still be 24. And still working with the grey color…I’m
just counting ´my st’s here – on my rounds. For round 9 you’ll be chaining 1 and then
single crochet in the first st – and actually you’ll be single crocheting in every st around. And again this should leave you with a total
st count of 24 – and I do recommend that you count those st’s every round. So again, join with a SS. And now for round 10, CH 1 and again, you’ll
be working 1 SC in every st around and this pattern you’ll be repeating also throughout
the pattern so every time you have changed to a new color there will be 2 rows or rounds
of sc’s right after each other. And here I’m joining with the new color. CH 1and now work that HDC into the first st
agani – so as you see – now you CH 1 and skip the next st. And work 1 HDC into the next st – and as you
see you are repeating the st pattern that you also worked below – for every 4 rounds,
you will repeat the same st pattern but in a new color. And we’re at the end – and now you jpin with
a SS as ususal. And CH 1. And now comes the 2 rounds of SC’s. Just 1 SC in every st around. And still the st count is 24. So again – this round of sc’s. 1 SC in every
st around. And after you join, you CH 1, pulll up the
loop slightly and work a HDC in the first st, CH 1 and skip the next st and work a HDC
into the next, so again you’re repeating the same pattern every 4 rounds. And when you get to the end of the round,
you join with a SS to the first hdc of the round. And I accidentially cut the yarn here, so
you’ll just be changing to the new color as usual. Make 1 SC into the first st and 1DC into the
round below and just repeat this pattern all around, 1 SC and 1 DC in the round below. And now it’s time to cut your yarn. So now you’ll be preparing to work on the
sides of your foot, and you’ll be doing this by inserting your hook on the opposite sde
– on the inside of the foot.And still with the same side facing as when you cut the yarn. And that’s important becuase you want the
pretty side facing up. The side where you haven’t been breaking any
yarn. Now CH 1 in one of the st on the opposite
side and make 1 SC in that same st – and 1 SC in every st around until 2 st’s remain. Just keep on working – 1 SC around, and leave
the 2 last st unworked. And for the next row you CH 1 and turn…and
now you’ll be working 1 SC into the first st adn 2 SC into the next. And then just 1 SC in every st – in each of
the remaining st across. And this will leave you with a st count of
23 and that’s important to continue on with the next round. So make sure you count the st of this row. You should have 23 st. And once you’re done with that you CH 1 and
turn. And now you pull up the loop slightly and
work your first HDC into that same st. And then CH 1 and skip the next st. And then 1 HDC into the next st. So this is simply the pattern that we have
been repeating for the toe part of the foot and you’ll keep on doing this all around. 1 HDC, CH 1, skp 1….and I’m at the end here
– and you’ll make 1 HDC in the remaining st….but you’ll be making this with the new color. So attach the new color and turn now CH 1. Again 1 SC into the first st. And 1 DC into the next st on the row below. 1 SC in the next and 1 DC into the row below. And I’m just working over the yarn end at
the back to hide that. And we’re at the end. And you just make 1 HDC into that last st. CH 1 and turn and your st count should still
be 23. And now you’ll just be working 1 SC into every
st across. And CH 1 and turn and make another row of
SC’s. 1 SC in each across. Ch 1 and turn. And pull up the loop slightly and work your
HDC row, so HDC in the first st, CH 1, skip 1. HDC in the next. Just continue as usual. And when you’r at the end, you make a HDC
in the last st. And now change yarn but don’t do as I’m showing
here….instead cut the – color B – if you try to attach it without cutting it, it will
make the sides too tight. So just attach that yarn and CH 1 for the
next row. And now you’re ready to make your first SC
in that first st….and you probably know the pattern by now so 1 SC in the first, then
1 DC into the row below. And just keep on doing this across. And here I am closing in on the end and I’m
working my last SC in the last st. And still your row count it is 23. So CH 1 and turn and now you’ll be working
a SC in very st across. And you’ll be doing this for this row and
the next. And don’t forget to try on your slipper once
in a while just to see how it is coming along. Here I’m trying on mine and it fits like it
should So for the next round you pull up a loop slightly and work your HDC in the firts,
CH 1, skip 1 and 1 HDC in the next. So just do this all across. And when you’re at the end you will prepare
working with your new color so cut that and bring it up to your working row and….then
attatch your yarn and CH 1 and turn. And you know this pattern by now, so 1 SC
in the first and then you’ll be working 1 DC in the row below ….in the enxt st. And 1 SC in the next and 1 DC in the next
st in the row below…so ..just continue on like this all across. And when you’re at the end you’ll work the
last HDC into the last st and CH 1 and turn. And now you’ll be working a row of SC’s…1
SC into each st…and the same goes for the next row – so remember you always had 2 SC
rows after each other. In this tutorial I show you how to crochet
these cute 2-color slippers. For this demonstration I am makig a US size 9.5 / 41 EU size. You
can adjust the size by following instructions on how to close the heel when your slippers
has reached the desired length. To make these slippers you’ll need some Aran or DK weight
yarn. The Aran is a little thicker than the DK weight but you can use both. You’ll also
need a crochet hook – I used a 4.5 mm crochet hook. You can effect the witdth of your slipper
by chaning the size of your hook. If you want a wider slipper you can use a bigger hook
and if you want a more narrow slipper you can use a smaller hook. So let’s get started! And we’ll just start by making a slip knot.
And then CH 2. And now you’ll be working 8 SC’s into the 2nd ch from your hook – so that’s
the first..and just keep on working 8 SC’s into that same chain stitch. And SS to join.
And now your stitch count should be 8 sc’s around. And for round 2 you CH 1. And now
you’ll be working 2 sc’s into the first stitch. And also 2 SC’s in every stitch around. And
just keep on doing this until you’ve got a total stitch count of 16 all around. And then
you just join with a SS. And for round 3 you CH 1. And now you’ll be working 1 SC into
the first st. And 2 SC’s into the next st. And you’ll just repeat this pattern all around.
So 1 SC in the next adn 2 SC’s in the next. 1 SC in the next and 2 in the next. And now
we’ew at round 4. And you’ll just be chaining 1 and making 1 SC in every st around. And
your st count should be 24 st all around. And you join with a SS and CH 1 for the next
round. And for the next round, round 5, you’ll again be single crocheting 1 st in every st
around until you have a total st count of 24 st’s. And again join with a SS when you
get to the end. And you can see that the foot is starting to shape right at the toes. And
1 more round of SC’s for round 6. And starting round 7 you CH 1, and pull up the loop slightly
– just to get enough height to make the first HDC – and you” be working that into the same
st. And now you’ll be chaining 1, skip the next st and then work 1 HDC into the next
st and this is the pattern that you’ll be repeating all around, just make 1 HDC, CH
1, skip 1, make 1 HDC until you get to the end. And when you get to the end you’ll be
joining with a SS to the first hdc of the round. And for round 8 you’ll join your new
color – let’s call it color B. I’m using this grey color, just attach the yarn, just take
your time to get all the yarn where you want it and now CH 1. And now you’ll be working
a SC into that first hdc from the last round. Like this….and the next DC will go into
this st below – so in the st from the previous round. And then 1 SC in the next hdc on the
current row and 1 DC into the row below. You can see how the DC’s they go between the posts
of the hdc’s but not on the current row but in the row below and it will look like this.
And just continue this pattern all around until you get to the end. Here I’m working
my last DC into the last st and then I’ll be joining with a SS to the first st of the
round. And your st count should still be 24. And still working with the grey color…I’m
just counting ´my st’s here – on my rounds. For round 9 you’ll be chaining 1 and then
single crochet in the first st – and actually you’ll be single crocheting in every st around.
And again this should leave you with a total st count of 24 – and I do recommend that you
count those st’s every round. So again, join with a SS. And now for round 10, CH 1 and
again, you’ll be working 1 SC in every st around and this pattern you’ll be repeating
also throughout the pattern so every time you have changed to a new color there will
be 2 rows or rounds of sc’s right after each other. And here I’m joining with the new color.
CH 1and now work that HDC into the first st agani – so as you see – now you CH 1 and skip
the next st. And work 1 HDC into the next st – and as you see you are repeating the
st pattern that you also worked below – for every 4 rounds, you will repeat the same st
pattern but in a new color. And we’re at the end – and now you jpin with a SS as ususal.
And CH 1. And now comes the 2 rounds of SC’s. Just 1 SC in every st around. And still the
st count is 24. So again – this round of sc’s. 1 SC in every st around. And after you join,
you CH 1, pulll up the loop slightly and work a HDC in the first st, CH 1 and skip the next
st and work a HDC into the next, so again you’re repeating the same pattern every 4
rounds. And when you get to the end of the round, you join with a SS to the first hdc
of the round. And I accidentially cut the yarn here, so you’ll just be changing to the
new color as usual. Make 1 SC into the first st and 1DC into the round below and just repeat
this pattern all around, 1 SC and 1 DC in the round below. And now it’s time to cut
your yarn. So now you’ll be preparing to work on the sides of your foot, and you’ll be doing
this by inserting your hook on the opposite sde – on the inside of the foot.And still
with the same side facing as when you cut the yarn. And that’s important becuase you
want the pretty side facing up. The side where you haven’t been breaking any yarn. Now CH
1 in one of the st on the opposite side and make 1 SC in that same st – and 1 SC in every
st around until 2 st’s remain. Just keep on working – 1 SC around, and leave the 2 last
st unworked. And for the next row you CH 1 and turn…and now you’ll be working 1 SC
into the first st adn 2 SC into the next. And then just 1 SC in every st – in each of
the remaining st across. And this will leave you with a st count of 23 and that’s important
to continue on with the next round. So make sure you count the st of this row. You should
have 23 st. And once you’re done with that you CH 1 and turn. And now you pull up the
loop slightly and work your first HDC into that same st. And then CH 1 and skip the next
st. And then 1 HDC into the next st. So this is simply the pattern that we have been repeating
for the toe part of the foot and you’ll keep on doing this all around. 1 HDC, CH 1, skp
1….and I’m at the end here – and you’ll make 1 HDC in the remaining st….but you’ll
be making this with the new color. So attach the new color and turn now CH 1. Again 1 SC
into the first st. And 1 DC into the next st on the row below. 1 SC in the next and
1 DC into the row below. And I’m just working over the yarn end at the back to hide that.
And we’re at the end. And you just make 1 HDC into that last st. CH 1 and turn and your
st count should still be 23. And now you’ll just be working 1 SC into every st across.
And CH 1 and turn and make another row of SC’s. 1 SC in each across. Ch 1 and turn.
And pull up the loop slightly and work your HDC row, so HDC in the first st, CH 1, skip
1. HDC in the next. Just continue as usual. And when you’r at the end, you make a HDC
in the last st. And now change yarn but don’t do as I’m showing here….instead cut the
– color B – if you try to attach it without cutting it, it will make the sides too tight.
So just attach that yarn and CH 1 for the next row. And now you’re ready to make your
first SC in that first st….and you probably know the pattern by now so 1 SC in the first,
then 1 DC into the row below. And just keep on doing this across. And here I am closing
in on the end and I’m working my last SC in the last st. And still your row count it is
23. So CH 1 and turn and now you’ll be working a SC in very st across. And you’ll be doing
this for this row and the next. And don’t forget to try on your slipper once in a while
just to see how it is coming along. Here I’m trying on mine and it fits like it should
So for the next round you pull up a loop slightly and work your HDC in the firts, CH 1, skip
1 and 1 HDC in the next. So just do this all across. And when you’re at the end you will
prepare working with your new color so cut that and bring it up to your working row and….then
attatch your yarn and CH 1 and turn. And you know this pattern by now, so 1 SC in the first
and then you’ll be working 1 DC in the row below ….in the enxt st. And 1 SC in the
next and 1 DC in the next st in the row below…so ..just continue on like this all across. And
when you’re at the end you’ll work the last HDC into the last st and CH 1 and turn. And
now you’ll be working a row of SC’s…1 SC into each st…and the same goes for the next
row – so remember you always had 2 SC rows after each other. And for the remaining part
of the slipper, I’m just gonna work with this same color, I’m chaining 3, turning and working
1 DC into the first st and 1 DC in every st across – and you’ll just repeat this row until
your slippper is almost reaching your heel, so until there’s approx ½ inch or 1 inch
left…until your slipper reaches your heel. This might be a bit earlier than mine. I’m
gonna work 1 more row of DC’s before we close the heel. But if you have the lenght that
you need, you just stop and now we’re ready to close the heel. CH 3 and work 1 DC into
the same st. And I’m trying on a different method here, just for the fun of i, so I’m
bringing the heel flaps together and now I’m chaining 1 and take your hook and place it
into the first st on the opposite side and now pull the loop of the hook through that
st – and form there you make a DC into the row on the first side…..and CH 1and remover
your hook…insert it inot the next st of the row that is closest to you and pull the
loop through …and again 1 DC in the opposite row and just continue on doing thi. So if
you find this method too complicated you can simply close the heel with a SS all across,
that’s just as effective. And now we just cut the yarn ….and what we need to do now
is we need to weave in the yarn ends. And just weave in all of your yarn ends. And after
you have weaved in all of your ends you’re ready to continue on with the opening of the
slipper and for that you’re just going to attach the yarn to the heel of your slipper…and
CH 1 and now work 1 SC into the same st and just work around the opening of the slippers
– or of the slipper…work 1 SC into, or uunder, each st – since you’re not working into the
st – they are sideways.And this is your option to effect how wide you want the opening of
the slipper, so if you make a lot of SC’s around the opening you’ll have a wider opening
and if you make fewer SC’s your opening will be more narrow. Adn whd you get to the end
of your round simply join with a SS to the first sc of the round….and – I wanted my
opening to have a closer fit, so I CH 1 and then I SS in each sc aound…but be sure not
to make the SS’s too tight or the slipper will be too tight to get on your foot. And
again when you get to the end just join with a SS to the first st of the round and then
break the yarn. And now you have made your first slipper and you can try it on – and
the only thing left to do is to make another one…and you just follow the exact same steps
as you did for slipper number 1 and now you have a cute set of slippers to wear. Thanks
for watching, I hope you enjoyed this video and if you did, please hit the like and subscribe
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18 Comments

  • Hi Elena, thanks for sharing… xoxo ๐Ÿ˜™

  • I'm fall in love with this pattern… so.. thanks again and again for sharing.. You re the best!! ๐Ÿ˜™๐Ÿ˜™๐Ÿ˜™

  • I love these slippers! They would make a great gift!

  • I LOVE this Elena; so easy to follow, great visuals and I might finally be able to learn how to crochet. My grandmother would be proud! BTW the yellow yarn is stunning ๐Ÿ™‚

  • There are so cute! Subbed you #YT4B bud x

  • Great job! I would love to try this! ๐Ÿ˜

  • Omg I love this design and I can't wait to make it!!!!๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  • nice

  • please hindi language

  • Wow, so cool! I have not crocheted since I was a kid. My son recently learned to knit at school and showed me how, but this might be easier to remember ๐Ÿ™‚

  • me encanto y facil de hacer

  • ู…ู…ุชุงุฒ

  • เคฏ

  • en castellano x favor gracias

  • I really like them, thank you for adding the pattern but it is a little confusing. When you read what to do on a row you have to go back to a previous explanation, it is not written what to do for every row. But thanks again ๐Ÿ˜Š

  • Hvis du er fra Skandinavien ELENA? Sรฅ lav en video pรฅ dansk eller svensk.๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŽถโค๏ธ

  • IS there a written pattern anywhere?

  • Sorry please tell me slip st in ??? Cause you left 1ch before and you did sc ..?please it was not clarified well where you did sc ?????

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