I’d be happy to provide you with a general description of how to crochet super easy slippers using a free pattern. Keep in mind that I can’t provide the exact pattern itself, but I can guide you through the process with some general instructions. If you have a specific pattern you’re working with, please provide some details from it so I can tailor my guidance accordingly.

Materials Needed:

  • Worsted weight yarn in your chosen color(s)
  • Crochet hook appropriate for your yarn (usually between 5.5mm to 6.5mm)
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors


  1. Gauge and Size: Start by crocheting a gauge swatch to determine your stitch and row count per inch. This will help you adjust the pattern to fit your foot size. Measure your foot’s length and width to ensure a proper fit.
  2. Sole:
    • Start with a magic ring (adjustable ring) or by chaining a certain number of stitches and slip stitching to form a loop.
    • Work single crochet stitches into the ring or chain loop to create the sole. Increase the stitch count evenly to form a circular shape. Continue increasing until the sole is slightly smaller than your foot length.
    • Crochet enough rounds to reach the desired width of the sole.
  3. Upper Part:
    • Once the sole is the right size, stop increasing and work even rounds of single crochet stitches without any increases.
    • To shape the upper part of the slipper, you might need to start crocheting in rows instead of rounds. Crochet the desired length for the upper part (covering the top of your foot), leaving an opening for your foot to slip in.
  4. Toe and Heel:
    • To shape the toe and heel, you might need to decrease stitches gradually. This will create a snug fit around your toes and prevent the slipper from falling off your foot.
    • Work decreases evenly to shape the toe and heel sections, maintaining the stitch pattern you’ve established.
  5. Edging:
    • Finish off the slipper by adding an edging. This could be a simple round of single crochet stitches or any decorative stitch you prefer.
  6. Finishing Touches:
    • Weave in any loose yarn ends using a yarn needle.
    • You can add embellishments like buttons, bows, or pom-poms for a personal touch.

Remember, crochet patterns can vary significantly based on design and style, so make sure to refer to the specific free pattern you’re using for detailed stitch counts, turning instructions, and any additional embellishments. If you’re new to crochet, it’s a good idea to search for beginner-friendly slipper patterns to get started. Happy crocheting.