There is certainly nothing better to keep you comfortable and warm than a pair of slippers. Whether you want them all year round or just for colder months, you will surely find the perfect pair in this collection. Great Family Crochet Slippers are definitely ideal for beginners because they`re easy and also fun to make. Customize them with your favorite colors and make matching parents and children slippers too. Moreover, modern and stylish designs are indeed far from being old-fashioned therefore they will definitely become your favorite footwear. Furthermore, these colorful slippers will make a lovely gift for the whole family so get creative and as a result, you will surely make everyone happy. Check out these patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Room Sandals Free Crochet Pattern
Are you looking for an awesome crochet pattern? Always, right? Adorable crochet sandals surely are a fun project to make for children and adults too. Choose your favorite colors and start crocheting this cute pair. Pierrot will guide you!
Level: beginner Author: Pierrot (Gosyo Co., Ltd)
Mocassin Style – Slippers Free Crochet Pattern
What is your go-to footwear at home? These easy slippers are evidently perfect for chilly evenings. Use a contrasting yarn for the sole and ties to make them modern and stylish. Lucie from Vivre au Crochet inspired us to use some color!
Level: beginner Author: Vivre au Crochet (Lucie)
Parent-Child Slippers Free Crochet Pattern
Do you want to do something delightful for your loved ones? Create matching parent and child slippers for your family members or friends. With this super interesting pattern by Pierrot, it will certainly be easy as pie. Try it!
Level: beginner Author: Pierrot Yarns (Gosyo Co., Ltd.)
Fox-in-Socks Kids Slippers Crochet Pattern
Whether for a woodland theme bedroom or a little animal lover, this paid pattern by Rebecca A. Lang will certainly be a hit. Crochet these foxy slippers in no time and let the kids enjoy so nice and cozy feel. Crochet slippers worth every penny!
Level: beginner Author: Rebecca A Lang
Crochet Family Moccasins Free Pattern
Awesome authors behind Yarnspirations Design Studio never fail our expectations. Crochet these cute slippers for the whole family to keep their feet warm. Use a chunky yarn because it has an extra soft and extra comfortable feel.
Level: beginner Author: Yarnspirations Design Studio
Monster Truck Slippers Free Crochet Pattern
Monster truck slippers are surely a delightful idea for a manly gift. They are definitely worth the effort, and you can customize them with your boy`s favorite colors as well. Melody Rogers had such an original idea! Follow her lead!
Level: intermediate Author: Melody Rogers
Stars and Stripes Slippers Free Crochet Pattern
What a wonderful idea for all the patriots out there! Not only to celebrate the 4th of July but certainly also for all year round. These slippers designed by Maria Bittner are a great project that you can easily customize with other colors too.
Level: beginner Author: Maria Bittner
Bunny Slippers Crochet Pattern
Fluffy yarn will make these bunny slippers cozy and so soft. It is a patent that always works! Trus us. This paid pattern written by Adriana M. will find its place among your favorites. Both kids and adults will adore such a gift.
Level: intermediate Author: Adriana M.
Hi-Top Slipper Socks Free Crochet Pattern
Not only teenagers will feel stylish in such cool slippers, without a doubt! Customize these crochet slippers with your kids’ favorite colors and add laces as a fun decoration too. This crochet pattern by Lauren Venettozzi is surely a keeper. So awesome!
Level: upper beginner Author: Lauren Venettozzi
Plaid Slippers Free Crochet Pattern
This is such a timeless, classic motif! It looks especially stylish in this combination of colors, in our opinion. Will you use black and red or spice things up a little? Whatever you decide, these crochet slippers by Bethany Dearden will become your winter favorites.
Level: upper beginner Author: Bethany Dearden