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22 Free Knitted Slipper Patterns

Learn how to knit slippers and make slippers for the whole family!

By: Julia Litz, Editor,
16 Free Knitted Slipper Patterns

Free knitted slipper patterns are perfect for the holiday season and can easily be tailored to any person's personal style. Whether you're crafting easy knit Christmas gifts for dad or making little booties for a baby, you can't go wrong with free knit patterns for slippers.

If you've ever wondered how to knit slippers, then you're in luck. These patterns are great for anyone that loves to knit and wants to try something new. Enjoy the process and wear your creation with pride. They should be as fun to make as they are to wear!

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Free Knit Patterns for Slippers

Free knitted slipper patterns are perfect winter crafts because everyone can enjoy them. What's great about these free knit patterns for slippers is that there are plenty of ways to customize each project. Add a mary jane strap or evoke the look of dainty ballet slippers if you're creating a pair for a girl. Monochromatic knit slipper patterns are perfect for men because they're warm and cozy but not flashy. Make a pair for your husband, for grandma and even for a baby! They make a great gift and show you care. 

  • Knit Mary Jane Slippers

    Details are everything, and these sweet socks don't disappoint! Adding the little strap and button is the perfect finishing touch.

  • Grandma's Knitted Slippers

    Another one of the most popular patterns you'll find on FaveCrafts! Using basic stitches, this is one of the best beginner patterns out there!

  • (Not) Wasting Time Knitted Socks

    You can't go wrong when you gather up a few of these free knitting patterns and make a pair for everyone on your list. Start early and save some of your creations for the holiday season and for birthdays.

  • Yoga Socks

    Maybe you just need a little bit of extra warmth around your feet, but you want to be able to do yoga without slipping on the mat! 

  • Cable Yoga Socks

    Maybe you want to stick with one yarn color and focus on texture for your next pattern. Give this pretty option a try! With lovely delicate cables, this is a fabulous option for your next issue.

  • Knitted Mirror Socks

    Not for the faint of heart! This socks pattern is considered an advanced knitting pattern using the "war and peace" method. They are time-consuming to make but well worth the effort.

  • Knitted Adirondacks Slipper Socks

    Don't be afraid to add fun embellishments and incorporate fun yarn colors into your work - these knit slipper patterns can be personalized for anyone!

  • Knit Ballet Slippers

    Knit a pair of basic slippers that conform to your feet like socks, and add the basic cord to tie around for a fabulous finishing detail.

  • Lucilu Slippers Knitting Pattern

    These slippers will keep your feet warm and cozy all the time and are great to make for holidays gifts for your loves ones. Fun to knit and beautiful to wear!

Knit Slippers for Christmas

Celebrate the holiday season with some free knitted slipper patterns! Wear a pair of these festive slip-ons all through the winter and through spring as well.

  • Holiday Socks for Baby

    These adorable socks look adorable, so you'll smile everytime you look down at baby's feet!

  • Holiday Pom Pom Slippers

    These free knit slipper patterns are holiday-themed but you can still wear them all year long.

  • Holiday Knit Slippers

    You can get so much use out of these adorable ribboned slippers during those frigid winter nights!

  • Cozy Rudolph Slippers

    This holiday season, curl up with a cup of cocoa and some free knit patterns for slippers - it's the perfect way to celebrate!

Free Knitting Patterns for Baby Booties and Socks

Keep those adorable little toes from getting cold! Find a variety of baby slipper patterns below, including booties, socks, and even a classy pair of knitted Uggs for Christmas!

  • Simply Adorable Sock Yarn Baby Booties

    Keep baby's feet warm with this adorable tutorial! The little bows are a darling finishing touch.

  • Little Red Slippers

    These darling little slippers work up so quickly and have a sweet little strap that goes across for a nice detail.

  • Darling Knitted Baby Uggs

    Make these stylish boots for baby to wear Christmas morning! They would even be adorable at the family party Christmas night.

  • Soft Baby Socks

    The more colorful, the better! These soft socks come in many hues for a sweet and cozy new pair.

Loom Knit Slippers

Loom knit slippers may seem like a complicated project but there are definitely some simple knitting patterns that anyone with a little bit of experience can try. If you've ever wondered how to knit slippers with a loom, these are the perfect patterns to get you started.

  • Cozy Cabin Slippers for Men

    These are some of our most popular knit slippers on the site, and they're an awesome gift idea for that special someone in your life! When the weather is cold, is there anything more comforting than a pair of cozy knit slippers? 

  • Easy Chunky Knitted Footies

    Chunky yarn is perfect for working up projects quickly, and this pair of footies is deliciously cozy and has great texture, too! Use thick yarn for these projects - the warmer the slippers, the better! 

  • Made to Fit Double Knit Slippers

    Stay warm, toasty and happy all winter long with these pretty projects. The unique yarn colors are so wonderful to alternate for zig-zagging stitches.

  • Warm Boot Slippers

    Add fun touches to your free knit patterns for slippers - it will make the project so much more fun.

  • Simple Slipper Project

    Start with the basics! If you've never made a project like this with a loom before, this is a great easy pattern to get you started.

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It's time to put some things aside for Christmas. It's never to early to get them done. I keep a box in the closet and all during the year I add things that I make. It really takes the stress off at the last minute. These will really help me out. There is something for everyone.

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