Crochet Homebody Slipper Socks - Free Pattern

Easy Crochet Slipper Socks for Beginners -

This free crochet pattern uses Lion Brand Yarn ‘Feels Like Butta’ yarn to make the coziest slipper socks perfect for beginners. These easily adjustable slipper socks are written to fit adult women’s feet. Make them in a solid color with just one skein of yarn, or use two colors to add a color pop with an accent toe and heel.

This free crochet pattern uses less that one skein of Caron Cotton Cakes to DIY your own belt bag for summer. This on-trend crochet fanny pack can store all your little essentials and can be worn with dresses, jeans or even yoga pants. Prefer purses? Make the tie strings long and use it as a crossbody bag instead.

Lion Brand ‘Feels Like Butta’ Yarn

If you love soft yarn - let me take a moment to introduce you to Lion Brand Yarn ‘Feels Like Butta’. It is a Category 4 yarn that has the softness of chenille without the challenges of working with chenille. This yarn doesn’t have a lot of give, which means it is easy to control your tension. That means it will be easy to get two matching slipper socks when you are done making these!

This yarn is 100% polyester and so, so warm. I’m going to be wearing these on my feet all fall and winter long. They make great house slippers with the added benefit that they are completely machine washable/dryable.

This free crochet pattern uses less that one skein of yarn to make easy crochet slipper socks. Use Lion Brand Ferris Wheel yarn to create a beautiful colorful gradient in brights or neutrals. Or if you prefer, substitute your favorite Category 3 yarn and make these simple slippers in easily adjustable sizes.

Simple Crochet Slipper Socks for any Size

If you have never made crochet slipper socks before; what are you waiting for?! They are much easier than they look, and you can easily adjust the size to fit your foot no matter how large or small. This pattern includes instructions for small (women’s size 6-7), medium (8-9) and large (10+) sizes, but you can easily adjust them with a custom fit to your foot.

This free crochet pattern uses less that one skein of yarn to make easy crochet slipper socks. Use Lion Brand Ferris Wheel yarn to create a beautiful colorful gradient in brights or neutrals. Or if you prefer, substitute your favorite Category 3 yarn and make these simple slippers in easily adjustable sizes.

Solids or Two-Toned

Lion Brand Feels Like Butta yarn comes in several different colorways that complement each other nicely. I chose to combine ‘Ice’ and ‘Dusty Blue’ colorway because I wanted to make these cozy slippers with a fun visual accent. It was hard to pick one color combo because so many of them would be cute! I also considered making a neutral pair with ‘Charcoal’ and ‘Pale Grey’ or a bold pair with ‘Red’ and ‘Cranberry’. Whether you prefer pastels, brights or neutrals - you will be able to find a color combo you love by mixing and matching the 18 different colorways.

This free crochet pattern uses less that one skein of yarn to make easy crochet slipper socks. Use Lion Brand Ferris Wheel yarn to create a beautiful colorful gradient in brights or neutrals. Or if you prefer, substitute your favorite Category 3 yarn and make these simple slippers in easily adjustable sizes.

Free Crochet Pattern Available on Make and Do Crew!

I had the honor of designing this pattern for Jess of Make and Do Crew. She had an adorable little baby boy last spring and has been inviting guest bloggers to post on her site. Since she is one of my internet crochet crushes I had to help her out! She and Lion Brand Yarn sent me the free yarn to design with - isn’t online collaboration and supporting each other wonderful?! Head over to Make and Do Crew for the free version of this pattern, or you can purchase an ad-free formatted printable if you prefer.


I can’t wait to see your finished Feels Like Butta Slipper Socks! Come share pictures with me in my Facebook group or tag me on Instagram with #leftinknots.

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