Free Patterns for Crochet Slippers and Socks

Dec 19, 2013

When the weather turns chilly, there is nothing like slipping on a warm pair of socks or slippers. In the last few years, sock crochet patterns and slipper patterns have increased in popularity. With this resurgence, designers have created patterns using a variety of crochet and construction techniques. But regardless of the stitch used, crocheted socks highlight the ingenuity of what can be created with crochet.

In this free eBook, you will find fabulous free slipper patterns for the whole family, the perfect booties for the perfect gift, a fun pair of leg warmers, or a gorgeous pair of crocheted socks for a great friend. Then add several pairs of fabulous socks to your own wardrobe.


The Beaux Jestes Socks by Tracy St. John are a perfect combination of old and new. A cutting edge crochet socks pattern is paired with a chevron and granny square cuff. The color blocking and colorwork cuffs make these socks an ideal stashbusting project. These customizable crochet sock instructions are easily modified for your foot size.


The Red Twig Knee Socks by Patsy Harbor present a fabulous adventure into nontraditional crochet sock patterns. These gorgeous socks are worked lengthwise, beginning at the center back leg, with short rows worked on one side to accommodate the calf. The knee-high design allows you to show off these socks with your favorite skirt.


A Family of Slippers by Linda Permann ensures you will find the perfect slipper pattern. Crochet a pair for everyone in your family. A single basic pattern can be modified to create slippers reminiscent of Mary Janes, Loafers, or miniature versions customized for girls or boys. I love the small flower and star motif embellishments.

  The Comfort Slippers by Sarah Read is the perfect way to share some comfort with a friend or family member or add a bit of warmth to your own evening. These quick and easy slippers are worked in single crochet in the round to the ankle and then in rows to the heel. A clover flower adds a beautiful delicate touch. You can easily substitute this embellishment with your own favorite flower motif.
  I designed Molly's Muklucks because everyone needs a fabulous pair of boots, even the littlest ones in your life. These wee slippers will keep your little ones feet warm in style and will bring squeals of delight from mom's-to-be. I incorporated two buttons along the side of the shaft to ensure these boots are easy to slip on and off.

Which project will you start first, a pair of slippers for a cozy evening or a stunning pair of socks for a night out? Find the perfect sock pattern for any outfit or occasion in How to Crochet Slippers & Socks: Free Patterns for Crochet Slippers and Socks. We'd love to see your work. Share photographs of your finished project in the Crochet Me Member Gallery.

Best wishes,

P.S. Do you have a friend who would love these free crochet patterns for socks and slippers? Send them the link to download their own copy of How to Crochet Slippers & Socks: Free Patterns for Crochet Slippers and Socks.

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ppkka5jmjr wrote
on Dec 19, 2013 11:39 PM

you say FREE pattern but make it impossible to find the pattern that is free

on Dec 20, 2013 12:32 AM

I'm right with you ppkka5jmjr, I can not find the free patterns ether.

on Dec 20, 2013 12:51 AM

It is a free e-book with the patterns.  Click on the link in the last paragraph that says "How to Crochet Slippers & Socks: Free Patterns for Crochet Slippers and Socks" to download the free e-book.