Free knit slipper patterns

How to Knit Slippers – FREE Knitting Patterns

Since slippers seem to be one of my “things” that I tend to design a lot of, I figured I’d make it easier for everyone and list them all together on their own dedicated page.

Here, you will find an updated list of all the knitted slipper patterns I’ve created to date. I’m always designing new slippers so be sure to check back often.

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  • Bow Slippers Knitting Pattern

    Knit a pair of cute bow slippers for kids and adults. Includes pics to show how to knit the bows and links to videos showing all the stitches used.

  • Knitted adult ribbed bootie slippers

    I designed these knitted adult bootie slippers to be as easy to knit as possible. They are knit flat with no extra needles or special techniques required. If you know how to cast on, purl, knit and cast off you will be more than capable of finishing these for yourself or someone else! If you’re not sure or need a little practice, clicking on any of the links below will show you how with a how-to knitting video demonstrating the technique 😉 And if you’re looking for an ad free pattern you can download to your computer, tablet or phone you can get that here – How to Knit Ribbed Adult Booties or my Etsy shop or Ravelry for a small fee. Another way to get instant, PRINTABLE downloads of this pattern and more, is by becoming a patron and supporting me on Patreon. When you support my work at the $4/month level or higher, the locked posts become visible and you can immediately access the download link. No waiting for an email. Simply click the PDF link at the bottom of the Patreon post and the download is now on your computer, smart phone, tablet or whatever device you’re using. You can then read it on your device or print it at your leisure. You can download as many patterns as you like for the same $4 each month. You can go to this website to become a patron and support my work…https://www.patreon.com/JanisFrank The pattern is written to fit feet from a ladies size 6 – 12 and a man’s 5 – 12. I’m still on the fence as whether to design these to fit children. The sizing involves a lot of math and knitting sample sizes and I’m really not too excited about taking on either of those tasks. Let me know if you want it for kids. If there’s enough of you out there, I’ll do it. If you are enjoying the free videos and patterns, then please share my work! Those handy little icons down there 👇🏼 let you do it easily and helps me immensely 😁. If you’d like more information on how you can keep things free, learn how you can Help Support My Work. Things You Need Click any link below to get everything you need to make these slippers mailed right to your door. Size 8 US (5 mm) knitting needles (or whatever size you need to get the correct gauge.) Darning Needle to sew in ends Yarn – any standard ball of 200+ yards (220 m) of worsted weight yarn will do. Use this to stop slippers from sliding Gauge is in stockinette (Be sure to check to obtain correct sizing!) 18 sts = 4 inches 26 rows = 4 inches Sizes are written for women’s size 6-7 (8-9, 10-11, 12) and for a men’s 5-6 (7-8, 9-10, 11-12) Heel Flap Cast on 3 Row 1: Knit Row 2: K, inc in next stitch, K (4 sts) Row 3: Knit Row 4: Inc in first stitch, K2, inc in last stitch (6 sts) Row 5: Knit Row 6: Inc in first stitch, K4, inc in last stitch (8 sts) Row 7: Knit Row 8: Inc in first stitch, K6, inc in last stitch (10 sts) Row 9: Knit Row 10: Inc in first stitch, K8, inc in last stitch (12 sts) Starting the Ankle and Foot Row 11: K12. Cast on 23 (26, 26, 29). You now have 35 (38, 38, 41 sts total) Row 12: Knit across. Cast on 23 (26, 26, 29). You now have 58 (64, 64, 70 sts) Row 13: K10 (12, 12, 14), P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15), K10 (12, 12, 14) Row 14: Knit Row 15: K10 (12, 12, 14), P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15), K10 (12, 12, 14) Row 16: K10 (12, 12, 14), P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15), K10 (12, 12, 14) *Row 17: Knit Row 18: K10 (12, 12, 14), P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15), K10 (12, 12, 14) Row 19: K10 (12, 12, 14), P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15), K10 (12, 12, 14) Row 20: Knit Row 21: K10 (12, 12, 14), P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15), K10 (12, 12, 14) Row 22: K10 (12, 12, 14), P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15), K10 (12, 12, 14)* Repeat from * to * 2 (3, 4, 5) more times. Please note: Repeat rows 17 and 18 for every size. Decreasing for the Foot Next row: Cast off K10 (12, 12, 14), P12 (13, 13, 14), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15), K10 (12, 12, 14). You now have 48 (52, 52, 56 sts total). Next row: Cast off K10 (12, 12, 14). Knit remaining stitches. You now have 38 (40, 40, 42 sts total). Next row: P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15). Next row: P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15). ✪ Next row: Knit Next row: P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15). Next row: P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15). Next row: Knit Next row: P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15). Next row: P13 (14, 14, 15), K12, P13 (14, 14, 15).✪ Repeat from ✪ to ✪ 3 more times for every size. End of Toe Next row: K2tog across. 19 (20, 20, 21 sts) Next row: P7 (7, 7, 8) K6 P6 (7, 7, 7) Next row: K2tog across. Knit the last stitch for ladies’ size 6-7 and 12 or men’s size 5-6 and 11-12. Break yarn and pull through. Make another slipper to match. Sew seams and work in ends. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment or send me your questions at kweenbee_crafts@hotmail.ca. Hints and Tips When starting the slipper, leave a long length of yarn when casting on. You can use this length to sew up the back seam of the slipper and will give less ends to sew in when done. Work in the ends and don’t just knot them off. The knots will rub on the wearer’s foot and make them decidedly uncomfortable. When sewing the seams, be sure to yank on them a bit before working in the ends. You want as much yarn securing the seams so that the seam will stretch the length of the foot and the ankle. When casting off for the ankle, be sure to do so loosely. It will allow the seam to stretch. In case you’re not sure what part of the slipper you are making and how it goes together, I’ve added some pictures that will help. How it goes together. Fold it in half and sew the seams for the toe and ankle. There has been a bit of confusion on how to sew the seams along […]

  • Chevron Stripe Knitted Slipper Pattern - Moccasin Style

    Knit a pair of moccasin style bootie slippers with this FREE knitting pattern. Knit slippers for adults from size 5 – 14.

  • How to Knit Children's Slippers - Free Knitting Pattern

    Because it seemed wrong to not have the children’s version of this knitting pattern, I did all the math and here it is!  I’ve made the pattern fit children’s feet from a small size 5 up to a teen size 5. That means you can make a slipper to fit feet that measure 5 1/4″ to 9″ long. Anything larger than that can be made with my other free pattern entitled How to Knit a Pair of Adult Slippers. And just like that pattern, I’ve included links to all the knitting stitches you need to make the slippers. By clicking the links you’ll go to my YouTube channel and I will show you how to do the required stitch or technique. The ad free download for this pattern is available here for a very small fee from this website – How to Knit Children’s Slippers, Etsy and Ravelry. Another way to get instant, PRINTABLE downloads of this pattern and more, is by becoming a patron and supporting me on Patreon. When you support my work at the $4/month level or higher, the locked posts become visible and you can immediately access the download link. No waiting for an email. Simply click the PDF link at the bottom of the Patreon post and the download is now on your computer, smart phone, tablet or whatever device you’re using. You can then read it on your device or print it at your leisure. You can download as many patterns as you like for the same $4 each month. You can go to this website to become a patron and support my work…https://www.patreon.com/JanisFrank Click this 👆🏼 Like the free videos and patterns? Then please share my work on social media! Those handy little icons above let you do it easily and help me so much. If you’d like more information on how you can keep things free, learn how you can Help Support My Work and keep the site free for everyone. A couple of quick notes before you get started…be sure to use the correct size when ending the toe. The number of stitches knitted together differ depending on the size. Be sure to find the one that is for the size of slipper you are making. Scroll down the page to find the size you need. The same holds true for forming the heel flap. Be sure you pick up the right number of stitches or the heel flap won’t be the right length. Without further ado, let’s get knitting! And in case you need a little extra help, there’s a complete step-by-step instructional video at the bottom of this page.  Things you will need: If you are uncertain or having trouble finding what you need to make these slippers, clicking any of the links below will show you exactly what you need. And if you decide to order through Amazon, it will be delivered right to your door and help support the hosting costs of the website (I do get a small commission from sales through Amazon). You can try this product to keep your slippers from sliding on slick floors. 200 gr of worsted weight yarn (usually this is a lot less but better to have too much. I like to use Red Heart because of price, wearability, ease of maintenance, and it’s easy to find online and IRL). Set of 2 size 5 mm (US size 8) knitting needles or whatever size to obtain correct gauge. Darning needle to sew up seams and work in the ends Gauge:  12 rows stockinette  = 2″9 stitches stockinette = 2″ Be sure to check your gauge to obtain correct sizing! I’ve also provided a basic size guide for the slippers. Child shoe size         Foot length 5-6                                5 1/4” 7-8                                6” 9-10                              6 9/16” 11-12                            7 1/4” 13-1                              8” 2-3                                8 9/16” 4-5                                9” Sizes are listed for children’s sizes as follows: 5-6 (7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-1, 2-3, 4-5) Cast on 23 (23, 28, 28, 33, 33, 36) Row 1: Knit across. Row 2: Knit 7 (7, 9, 9, 11, 11, 11) P1 Knit 7 (7, 8, 8, 9, 9, 12) P1 Knit 7 (7, 9, 9, 11, 11, 11). Repeat rows 1 and 2 for 22 (24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34) rows TOTAL. More of my stuff on Etsy Shape toe: Next Row: With right side of work facing you P1 *(K1 P1) Repeat from *2 (2, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4) more times K9 (K9, K10, K10, K11, K11, K14) *(P1 K1) Repeat from *2 (2, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4) more times. P1 {This is K1 P1 Ribbing.} Next Row: With wrong side facing you *(K1 P1) Repeat from *3(3, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5) more times K7 (K7, K8, K8, K9, K9, K12) *(P1 K1) Repeat from *3 (3, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5) more times. Repeat these 2 rows for 12 (12, 16, 16, 18, 18, 20) more rows. 14 (14, 18, 18, 20, 20, 22) rows ribbed TOTAL. End toe for size 5-6 and 7-8 Next Row: With right side facing K2tog 11 times. K1. (12 stitches remaining) Next Row: P5 K3 P4 Next Row: K2tog 6 times. (6 stitches. remaining) Next Row: P3 K1 P2 Last Row: Draw yarn through loops (AKA gather stitches) and pull together to form toe. Sew seam up to start of ribbed stitches. End toe for sizes 9-10, and 11-12 Next Row: With right side facing K2tog 7 times. K1. K2tog 6 times. K1. (15 stitches remaining) Next Row: P6 K4 P5 Next Row: K2tog 7 times K1. (8 stitches remaining) Next Row: P4 K2 P2 Last Row: Draw yarn through loops (AKA gather stitches) and pull together to form toe. Sew seam up to start of ribbed stitches. End toe for size 13-1 and 2-3 Next Row: With right side facing K2tog 16 times. K1. (17 stitches remaining) Next Row: P7 K4 P6 Next Row: K2tog 8 times K1. (9 stitches […]

  • Knitted Slippers Just Like Granny Made Knitting Pattern

    I can’t believe I originally wrote this pattern 9 years ago. 🤯 But when something works and people like it, you might as well keep it around. Even after all these years, these slippers still are one of my favourite things to knit. This pattern includes instructions to make slippers that will fit adults from a woman’s size 7-12 or a man’s 6-11. Men’s size 12 -13 are given separately following the general pattern. I sometimes get requests for larger slipper sizes and this was my response to that. If you are loving this and all my other free patterns, please help out financially by visiting my Help Support My Work Page. If you can’t give cash, and I get that not everyone can, please do your part and share this where you can. Every share on social media helps promote my work and expose it to even more people. I’ve made it super easy for everyone to do that. By clicking those links up there ☝🏼 you can share it nearly everywhere. Not a fan of reading knitting patterns online or would prefer to print this off? I also have the PDF version of this pattern available as a free download from my site too. Click either of these links to get the ad free download for a small fee – How to Knit Slippers Just Like Granny Made or in my Etsy shop. Things you need: Click on any of the links below to get everything you need to make these slippers sent right to your door. 200 grams of worsted weight yarn Set of 2 size 5 mm ( US size 8) knitting needles or whatever size to obtain correct gauge. Set of 4 size 5 mm (US size 8) double pointed needles or whatever size to obtain correct gauge. Darning needle to sew seams and work in the ends. Gauge: 12 rows stockinette = 2″ 9 stitches stockinette = 2″ Be sure to check your gauge to obtain correct sizing! Slippers are given for a woman’s size 7-8 (9-10, 11-12) or man’s sizes 6-7 (8-9, 10-11). The foot lengths of a man’s size 6-7 are about the same as that of a woman’s size 7-8 and so on. Cast on 40 sts Row 1: P13 K1 P12 K1 P13 Row 2: K13 P1 K12 P1 K13 Repeat rows 1 and 2 for 26 (30, 34) more times. Shape toe: Next Row: With right side of work facing you P1 *(K1 P1) Repeat from * 5 more times K1 P12 *(K1 P1) Repeat from * 6 more times. Next Row: With wrong side facing you (K1 P1) Repeat from * 6 more times K12 *(P1 K1) Repeat from * 6 more times. Repeat these 2 rows for 18 (20, 22) more rows. 20 (22, 24) rows ribbed. Next Row: With right side facing K2tog 7 times. P2tog 5 times P1. K2tog 7 times P1. 21 stitches remaining. Next Row: P8 K6 P7 Next Row: K2tog 3 times. P2 tog 3 times. K2tog 4 times K1. 11 stitches. Next Row: P5 K3 P3. Last Row: Draw yarn through loops and pull together to form toe. Sew seam up to start of ribbed stitches. Form back flap of heel: With right side of work facing you, draw up 14 stitches between the fold lines that mark the sole of the slipper. Row 1: Knit across. Row 2: Purl across. Row 3: K2tog K10 K2tog. 12 stitches Row 4: Purl across. Row 5: Knit across. Row 6: P2tog P8 P2tog. 10 stitches. Row 7: Knit across. Row 8: Purl across. Row 9: K2tog K6 K2tog. 8 stitches Row 10: Purl across. Row 11: Knit across. Row 12: P2tog P4 P2tog. 6 stitches. Row 13: Knit across. Row 14: Purl across. Row 15: K2tog K2 K2tog. 4 stitches Row 16: Purl across. Row 17: Knit across. Row 18: P2tog twice. 2 stitches. Row 19: Knit across. Bind off Create cuff: With your double pointed needles and with the right side of your slipper facing you pick up 36 (38, 40) stitches around the stockinette stitch portion of slipper. Be sure to include 2 stitches bound off for the heel flap. Divide evenly on 3 of the double pointed needles. Row 1 – 6: *(K1 P1) Repeat 17 (18, 19) more times. Row 7 – 10: Knit Bind off loosely. If too tight it will be hard to get the slipper on. Sew up seems for heel flap. Work in ends. Make another to match. My stuff on Etsy: Instructions for men’s size 12 – 13 Yarn, gauge and needles remain the same Cast on 42 Row 1: P13 K1 P14 K1 P13Row 2: K13 P1 K124P1 K13Repeat rows 1 and 2 for 38 more times. Shape toe: Next Row: With right side of work facing you P1 *(K1 P1) Repeat from * 5 more times K1 P14 *(K1 P1) Repeat from * 6 more times. Next Row: With wrong side facing you (K1 P1) Repeat from * 6 more times K14 *(P1 K1) Repeat from * 6 more times. Repeat these 2 rows for 24 more rows. 26 rows of ribbed. Next Row: With right side facing K2tog 7 times. P2tog 6 times P1. K2tog 7 times P1. 22 stitches remaining. Next Row: P8 K7 P7 Next Row: K2tog 3 times. P2 tog 4 times. K2tog 4 times. 11 stitches. Next Row: P4 K3 P4. Last Row: Draw yarn through loops and pull together to form toe. Sew seam up to start of ribbed stitches. Form back flap of heel: With right side of work facing you, draw up 16 stitches between the fold lines that mark the sole of the slipper. Row 1: Knit across. Row 2: Purl across. Row 3: K2tog K12 K2tog. 14 stitches Row 4: Purl across. Row 5: Knit across. Row 6: P2tog P10 P2tog. 12 stitches Row 7: Knit across. Row 8: Purl across. Row 9: K2tog K8 K2tog. 10 stitches. Row 10: Purl across. […]

  • Hand Knitted Socks - Free Pattern

    Socks are one of those things that you can make as individual as you are. Made in the round on 4 double pointed needles, it may seem intimidating at first, but really it’s not. And with a little practise you’ll get just as hooked as me. If you are just getting started one standard ball of yarn, like the kind you can get at Walmart, should be enough to make a pair of ankle socks as pictured above. Choose an acrylic yarn or a blended worsted weight. You can use wool, but cleaning them may be a hassle (shrinkage) and cotton yarn doesn’t stretch enough to make a comfortable pair of socks. It also gets up your nose when working with it. Just want full disclosure here 😉 To cast on, I cast all the stitches on one needle, then take the first 1/3 of the stitches and slip them onto a free needle, then take the last 1/3 of the stitches and put those on another needle, leaving the remaining 1/3 on the original needle.This method helps me to not twists my stitches. I then start to knit in the round.  Included with this pattern are photos of every step showing how to graft the toe, or sewing the toe stitches together. Not only does this technique work for socks, but it is the same procedure for grafting the stitches for mittens. If sone correctly, it makes for a nearly perfect seam. Keep scrolling down the page to see the instructions and pics.  This pattern is available as a read online only. No download is available. Sorry. There are so many sock patterns already, I’m sure a quick search will find one you can download.  A quick tip about working with double pointed needles (DPN). I find that using wood or bamboo a bit better than working with the metal needles. Sometimes, when working with the metal needles, you’ll find that you get a line that runs the length of your sock where you start working on a new needle. For some reason, and for me, using bamboo prevents this.  Also, check your tension first! I use a size Size 7 needle (Size 4.5 if your Canadian) with worsted weight yarn and with the tension of: If you are loving the free patterns, please consider making a small donation to Help Support My Work! If you are unable to do so, I totally understand. Sharing this and other patterns you like with others on your social media or through email, helps me too. I’ve provided handy links above to help you do just that 😄 10 stitches = 2 inches 14 rows = 2 inches Depending on how tight you knit you may need larger or smaller needles. If you’ve knitted before you probably have a good idea of what needles you need. Things You Need: Size 4.5 mm (Size 7 US) double pointed knitting needles Worsted weight yarn Large eyed needle for grafting toe and sewing in the ends. Abbreviations: K = Knit P = Purl K2tog = Knit 2 stitches together P2tog = Purl 2 stitches together Cast on 36 stitches loosely. There needs to be some stretch to be able to get them on. Rounds 1-15: K2 P2 Rounds 16-17: Knit Heel flap: Slip last 9 stitches from round 17 to free needle, knit next 9 stitches from next needle onto needle with the 9 slipped stitches from round 17. You will have four needles and will look like this: Transfer the three stitches on the two needles onto the back needle. Split these 18 stitches between two needles. It will look like this: You will work these split 18 stitches later to form the top of the foot. Turn your work. You are now creating the heel flap from the slipped stitches and will work in rows along the 18 stitches that are on the single needle. With the wrong side (Purl side) facing you. Purl the row. Turn. With the right side (Knit side) facing you. Knit the row. Turn. Repeat stocking knit (Purl one row, Knit one row) until the flap measure approximately 2 1/2 inches ending with a Purl row. Turn. With right side (Knit side) facing you K8 stitches, K2 tog, K8. Turn. (17 stitches on the needle) Next row: P8, P2 tog, P1. Leave remaining stitches unworked. Turn. Next row: K1, K2 tog, K1. Leave remaining stitches unworked. Turn. Next row: P2 , P2 tog, P1. Leave remaining stitches unworked. Turn. Next row: K3, K2 tog, K1. Leave remaining stitches unworked. Turn. Next row: P4, P2 tog, P1. Leave remaining stitches unworked. Turn. Next row: K5, K2 tog, K1. Leave remaining stitches unworked. Turn. Next row: P6, P2 tog, P1. Leave remaining stitches unworked. Turn. Next row: K7, K2 tog, K1. You will now start knitting around. Pick up 10 stitches along heel flap to form the gusset. Transfer the 18 held stitches to one needle. Knit the 18 held stitches. Pick up 10 stitches along heel flap to form gusset. K4 stitches of heel. Slip remaining 5 stitches onto next needle. It will look like this: Your needles will hold: 15 stitches side of foot 18 stitches top of foot 14 stitches side of foot Next 2 rounds: Knit. Next round: K12, K2tog K1 K18 K1 K2tog K11. Next 2 rounds: K45 Next round: K11, K2tog K1 K18 K1 K2tog K10. Next 2 rounds: K43 Next round: K10, K2tog K1 K18 K1 K2tog K9. Next 2 rounds: K41 Next round: K9, K2tog K1 K18 K1 K2tog K8. Next 2 rounds: K39 Next round: K8, K2tog K1 K18 K1 K2tog K7. Next 2 rounds: K37 Next round: K7, K2tog K1 K18 K1 K2tog K6. Next round: K35 Repeat the last round (K35) until measures the length you want less 2 1/2 inches. To measure lay the sock flat and measure from the needle holding the side gusset stitches to the back of the heel. More of my stuff on Etsy Toe: Round 1: K1, K2 tog, K11, K2tog, K2, K2tog, K12, K2tog, K1 Rounds 2-3: Knit Round 4: K1, K2 tog, K9, K2tog, K2, K2tog, K10, K2tog, K1 Rounds 5-6: Knit Round 7: K1, K2 tog, K7, K2tog, K2, K2tog, K8, K2tog, K1 Rounds 8-9: Knit […]

  • FREE Knitted Slippers Pattern

    Learn to knit a pair of slippers with a cuff. Very stretchy and guaranteed to fit every foot to a man’s size 12.

  • How to knit adult slippers

    I’ve decided to share one of my most favourite things to knit…slippers just like my mom used to make. I’ve given the pattern so anyone can create them for adults from a woman’s size 7-12 or a man’s 6-11. This is by far my most popular pattern I have ever written and has been dowloaded and viewed thousands of times through various online channels.  If you’re not a fan of being online, you can also download the ad free PDF version of the pattern directly from the download section of this website for a small fee – How to Knit Adult Slippers. If that is too much of a hassle, you can also find it in my Etsy shop or Ravelry for the same small fee. Another way to get instant, PRINTABLE downloads of this pattern and more, is by becoming a patron and supporting me on Patreon. When you support my work at the $4/month level or higher, the locked posts become visible and you can immediately access the download link. No waiting for an email. Simply click the PDF link at the bottom of the Patreon post and the download is now on your computer, smart phone, tablet or whatever device you’re using. You can then read it on your device or print it at your leisure. You can download as many patterns as you like for the same $4 each month. You can go to this website to become a patron and support my work…https://www.patreon.com/JanisFrank As my latest addition, I’ve also converted this pattern to children’s sizes. You can use this link to see my FREE children’s knitted slippers pattern. Both of these patterns are great to practice if you are a new knitter. Make sure you maintain the correct gauge! The sizing for the slippers is based on it. If you match your gauge to mine then the sizing should work out correctly. I’ve also added all of the the videos for the necessary knitting stitches you’ll need to make these slippers.You can watch them right on this site by clicking this link –  Basic Knitting Stitches. I’ve also embedded the complete step-by-step video showing how to make these. Scroll down or click here to the end of the page to watch it right here. FYI – all the links on this page open in a new page so you won’t lose this one. I’ve also added links to the specific stitches that you need within the pattern itself.  For example, if you forget how to gather stitches to form the toe, there’s a link right there to go to the video. If you are enjoying the free videos and patterns, then please share my work! Those handy little icons above let you do it easily. If you’d like more information on how you can keep things free, learn how you can Help Support My Work. Don’t think you can make these yourself?  Or maybe you would like some examples.  Either way you can check them out in my online shop.  Things you will need: If you are uncertain or having trouble finding what you need to make these slippers, clicking any of the links below will show you exactly what you need. And if you decide to order through Amazon, it will be delivered right to your door and help support the hosting costs of the website (I do get a small commission from sales through Amazon). 200 gr of worsted weight yarn (this is an estimate. One large ball from any retailer will do.) Set of 2 size 5 (US size 8) knitting needles or whatever size to obtain correct gauge. Darning needle to sew the seams. Gauge: 12 rows stockinette  = 2″ 9 stitches stockinette = 2″ Be sure to check your gauge to obtain correct sizing! Slippers are given for a woman’s size 7-8 (9-10, 11-12) or a man’s sizes 6-7 (8-9, 10-11). The foot lengths of a man’s size 6-7 are about the same as that of a woman’s size 7-8 and so on. Cast on 40 sts Row 1: Knit across. Row 2: K13 P1 K12 P1 K13 Repeat rows 1 and 2 for 36 (42, 48) more times TOTAL. Shape toe: Next Row: With right side of work facing you P1 *(K1 P1) Repeat from * 5 more times K14  *(P1 K1) Repeat from * 5 more times. P1 {This is K1 P1 Ribbing.} Next Row:  With wrong side facing you *(K1 P1) Repeat from * 6 more times K12 *(P1 K1) Repeat from * 6 more times. Repeat these 2 rows for 22 (26, 30) more rows. 24 (28, 32) rows ribbed TOTAL. Next Row: With right side facing K2tog 12 times.  K1. K2tog 7 times P1.  21 stitches remaining. Next Row: P8 K6 P7 Next Row: K2tog 10 times. K1. 11 stitches. Next Row: P5 K3 P3. Last Row: Draw yarn through loops (AKA gather stitches) and pull together to form toe.  Sew seam up to start of ribbed stitches. To form back flap of heel: With right side of work facing you pick up 14 stitches between the fold lines that mark the sole of the slipper. A lot of people have messaged me over the years not knowing how to do this. I made a video! It’s actually for another pattern but is exactly the same as this. Here’s the link to the video – Picking up Stitches for the Heel  Row 1: Knit across. Row 2: Knit across. Row 3: K2tog K10 K2tog.  12 stitches Row 4: Knit across. Row 5: Knit across. Row 6: K2tog K8 K2tog. 10 stitches. Row 7: Knit across. Row 8: Knit across. Row 9: K2tog K6 K2tog.  8 stitches Row 10: Knit across. Row 11: Knit across. Row 12: K2tog K4 K2tog. 6 stitches. Row 13: Knit across. Row 14: Knit across. Row 15: K2tog K2 K2tog.  4 stitches Row 16: Knit across. Row 17: Knit across. Row 18: K2tog twice. 2 stitches. Row 19: Knit across. Bind off Sew up seems for heel flap. Work in ends. Make another to match. Like all of my patterns you have my permission to sell and/or give away the slippers that you make using this pattern.  You are NOT permitted to reprint this pattern in any form, physical or […]

  • Learn to knit sheep slippers

    Learn to knit a pair of adorable sheep sippers for adults!

  • Eight Slipper Styles to Knit - Knitting Pattern Book

    Knit slippers for adults and children with this collection of 8 different slipper styles.

  • Free Knitting Pattern Slippers with a Plaid Pattern

    A great knitting pattern for beginners and experts alike! The stitches and techniques used to make these simple looking slippers are very basic. As long as you can cast on, knit, purl, and the like, you’ll be able to make these with no problems whatsoever. If you’re a more experienced knitter, you’ll be able to whip up a pair in no time! This adult slipper pattern makes women’s sizes 6-13 and men’s sizes 7-12. That should cover the majority of feet out there. If you would prefer to download this adult’s knitted slipper pattern and take it with you wherever you go, you can do that here – Knitted Adult Slippers – Plaid Pattern. There’s a very small, one time fee to download the ad free PDF version of this knitting pattern. Once downloaded, you can read it on any device be it your phone, tablet, laptop or computer. Things you will need: 200 gr of worsted weight yarn (this is an estimate. One large ball from any retailer will do.) Set of 2 size 4mm (US size 6) knitting needles or whatever size to obtain correct gauge. Darning needle to sew the seams and work in the ends. Gauge With size 4 mm (US size 6) needles or whatever size you need to obtain the correct number of stitches and rows. Be sure to check your gauge otherwise the sizing won’t be correct. in Stockinette  4” = 20 sts 4” = 30 rows  Sizes (are written as such) Women’s 6-7 (8-9,10-11, 12-13) Men’s 5-6 (7-8, 9-10, 11-12) Heel Flap Cast on 2 sts Row 1-3: Knit across. Row 4: K2 in each st (You now have 4 sts). Row 5-7: Knit across. Row 8: K2 in the first st. Knit across to the last st. K2 in the last stitch. (6 sts) Row 9-11: Knit across. Row 12: K2 in the first st. Knit across to the last st. K2 in the last stitch. (8 sts) Row13 -15: Knit across. Row 16: K2 in the first st. Knit across to the last st. K2 in the last stitch. (10 sts) Row 17-19: Knit across. Row 20: K2 in the first st. Knit across to the last st. K2 in the last stitch. (12 sts) Row 21-23: Knit across. Row 24: K2 in the first st. Knit across to the last st. K2 in the last stitch. (14 sts) Row 25-27: Knit across. Row 28: K2 in the first st. Knit across to the last st. K2 in the last stitch. (16 sts) Row 29-30: Knit across. Forming the Foot Row 31: Knit across. Cast on 15 sts. (31 sts) Row 32: K4 P1 K2 P3 K2 P3 K1 K14 K1 Cast on 15 (46 sts) Row 33: K4 K1 P2 K3 P2 K3 P1 K14 P1 K3 P2 K3 P2 K1 K4 Row 34: K4 P1 K2 P3 K2 P3 K1 K14 K1 P3 K2 P3 K2 P1 K4 Row 35: Repeat row 33. Row 36: K4 P1 P2 K3 P2 K3 K1 K14 K1 K3 P2 K3 P2 P1 K4 Row 37: K4 K1 K2 P3 K2 P3 P1 K14 P1 P3 K2 P3 K2 K1 K4 Row 38: Repeat row 36 Row 39: Repeat row 37 * Row 40: K4 P1 K2 P3 K2 P3 K1 K14 K1 P3 K2 P3 K2 P1 K4 Row 41: K4 K1 P2 K3 P2 K3 P1 K14 P1 K3 P2 K3 P2 K1 K4 Row 42: Repeat row 40 Row 43: Repeat row 41 Row 44: K4 P1 P2 K3 P2 K3 K1 K14 K1 K3 P2 K3 P2 P1 K4 Row 45: K4 K1 K2 P3 K2 P3 P1 K14 P1 P3 K2 P3 K2 K1 K4 Row 46: Repeat row 44 Row 47: Repeat row 45 * Repeat from * to * 2 (2,3, 3) more times. Shaping Toe Next row: K2tog K2 P1 K2 P3 K2 P3 K1 K14 K1 P3 K2 P3 K2 P1 K2 K2tog (44 sts) Next row: K3 K1 P2 K3 P2 K3 P1 K14 P1 K3 P2 K3 P2 K1 K3 Next row: K2tog K1 P1 K2 P3 K2 P3 K1 K14 K1 P3 K2 P3 K2 P1 K1 K2tog (42 sts) Next row: K2 K1 P2 K3 P2 K3 P1 K14 P1 K3 P2 K3 P2 K1 K2 ❤ Next row: K2 P1 P2 K3 P2 K3 K1 K14 K1 K3 P2 K3 P2 P1 K2 ❀ Next row: K2 K1 K2 P3 K2 P3 P1 K14 P1 P3 K2 P3 K2 K1 K2 Next row: Repeat row marked with ❤ Next row: Repeat row marked with ❀ ✪ ✬ Next row: K2 P1 K2 P3 K2 P3 K1 K14 K1 P3 K2 P3 K2 P1 K2 ❈ Next row: K2 K1 P2 K3 P2 K3 P1 K14 P1 K3 P2 K3 P2 K1 K2 Next row: Repeat row marked with ✬ Next row: Repeat row marked with ❈ ❤ Next row: K2 P1 P2 K3 P2 K3 K1 K14 K1 K3 P2 K3 P2 P1 K2 ❀ Next row: K2 K1 K2 P3 K2 P3 P1 K14 P1 P3 K2 P3 K2 K1 K2 Next row: Repeat row marked with ❤ Next row: Repeat row marked with ❀ ✪ Repeat from ✪ to ✪ once. End Toe For women’s size 8-9 and 12-13 ONLY and men’s sizes 7-8 and 11-12 ONLY Do not knit the following 4 rows for the other sizes! Next row: Knit across. ☺ Next row: K13 P1 K14 P1 K13 Next row: Knit across. Next row: Repeat row marked with☺ Knit the following rows for ALL sizes. Next row: K2tog Knit to last 2 sts. K2tog. (40 sts) Next row: K12 P1 K14 P1 K12 Next row: K2tog Knit to last 2 sts. K2tog. (38 sts) Next row: K11 P1 K14 P1 K11 Next row: K2tog across. Next row: Knit across. Next row: K2tog across. K last st. Next row: Knit across. Draw yarn through loops. Make another slipper to match. Sew the seams and work in the ends. More of my stuff on Etsy Hints and Tips I’ve written the pattern to divide the rows up into sections of the slipper. […]

  • FREE Knitted Slipper Pattern for Children

    After a bit of math and a little tweaking of the results, the child sizes of the FREE Knitted Slipper Pattern is finally available! Because these are made for little feet, they often don’t need much yarn. This makes them a great way to use up the smaller leftover bits from larger projects. Not to mention, these tend to sell like hotcakes at local farmers’ markets, craft fairs and consignment shops. The smaller pairs are “so cute” making for an easy sale and the return on the investment of your time is great! They’re quick to make and since the yarn has already been bought for a larger project, anything made from the leftovers, like these child shippers, is gravy, baby! And yes, you have my permission to sell or give away anything you make from my patterns. You’re just not allow to redistribute any of the patterns themselves in any form. Linking to and sharing is always welcome though! You can use those buttons 👇🏼 to do so easily. If you enjoy this pattern and my other free online knitting patterns, please consider making a small donation or helping me out by visiting my Help Support My Work page. If you can’t help financially, I totally get it. Sharing on your social media is the next best thing. Please note, this isn’t a pattern for beginners, but if you know how to knit a stitch, pick up stitches and knit two stitches together, you should be okay. I used a very different technique involving multiple sets of needles, but no worries! I included photos to demonstrate how I’m using the extra set and it totally works! Trust me. And if you are concerned with the number of ends you’ll need to weave in when done, I’ve also created a tutorial to help you with that too! It’s so much easier to work the ends in as you go, though there will be a few you’ll have to do (i.e. when you sew up the seam for the heel), but if you are interested in easing your work load, here’s the link showing you How to Weave in the Ends While Knitting. A new window will open so you won’t lose this page 😉. There’s also a clickable card in the scrolling free pattern pics running across the top of this website if you need to find the page again. Things You Need If you are uncertain or having trouble finding what you need to make these slippers, clicking any of the links below will show you exactly what you need. And if you decide to order through Amazon, it will be delivered right to your door and help support the hosting costs of the website (I do get a small commission from sales through Amazon). And because this pattern is so basic with no pattern of any sort, it’s a great knitting pattern to highlight the colour of your yarn. I have a weakness for variegated/shaded yarns. I really enjoying watching how the colours pool on the finished project. Little weird, I know… And In case you were thinking of trying self-striping yarn. Don’t. It looks terrible. 1 ball of worsted weight yarn (average 260 yard, 5 oz or 141 gram ball will be more than enough). I used Red Heart and Bernat worsted weight yarn when designing the pattern but any worsted weight yarn will suffice. 2 sets of size 4 mm (US size 6) single point knitting needles. Stitch holder Cable needle Tapestry needle to sew in ends. You can also use this handy tutorial to show you how to work in the ends while knitting these slippers. Use this product to help prevent slippers from sliding on slick floors Gauge With size 4 mm (US size 6) needles or whatever size you need to obtain the correct number of stitches and rows. Be sure to check your gauge otherwise the sizing won’t be correct. In garter stitch 4” = 16 sts 4” = 40 rows Sizes (are written as such) Child’s 1-2 (3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-1, 2-3, 4-5) I’m using a colour code to denote the number of stitches for the various sizes. I hope this helps when making the sizes of slippers. SizeLength 1-24 inches10 cm3-44.5 inches11.4 cm5-65 inches12.5 cm7-85 3/4 inches14.5 cm9-106 inches15 cm11-126 3/4 inches17 cm13-17 1/4 inches18.5 cm2-38 1/4 inches21 cm4-58 3/4 inches22 cmAll measurements are approximate. Knitted slippers are very forgiving for size and foot shape. To Begin Cast on 18 (20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34) Knit across for 10 (12, 12, 14, 14, 16, 18, 20, 20) rows. Break yarn when completed last row. Toe Flap Next Row: With RIGHT side facing, transfer the first 6 (7, 7, 8, 8, 9, 10, 10, 11) stitches to a stitch holder. Reattach the yarn and knit the next 6 (6, 8, 8, 10, 10, 10, 12, 12) to create the toe flap. Leave the remaining 6 (7, 7, 8, 8, 9, 10, 10, 11) stitches on the needle unworked. The following rows are worked back and forth on the 6 (6, 8, 8,10, 10, 10, 12, 12) toe flap stitches only! Knit across for 18 (20, 22, 24, 26, 30, 32, 36, 40) rows. Break yarn. You’ll have the 6 (6, 8, 8, 10, 10, 10, 12, 12) stitches of the toe flap on your needle and the 6 (7, 7, 8, 8, 9, 10, 10, 11) stitches you left on the needle when you started making the toe flap. Making the Sides of the Slipper This is where you’re going to need the extra set of knitting needles. You’ll be knitting back and forth in rows but the turn around the toe is too tight to use circular needles. For this, you’ll put the 14 toe flap stitches on one of your extra needles. It’s a little unconventional, but it works. Next Row: With the RIGHT side facing, transfer the 6 (7, 7, 8, 8, 9, 10, 10, 11) stitches from the stitch holder onto one of your needles. Attach your yarn and knit these stitches. […]

  • seven slipper styles to knit - a knitting pattern collection

    I don’t usually do posts like this but I thought I’d make it easier for everyone to get this knitting pattern collection. There is both a physical book you can get, a downloadable PDF that you can print and of course, all the individual patterns are free to read on this website if purchasing isn’t an option for you. We’ll start with the links to the FREE, ad supported patterns. Clicking on the title will take you to the pattern page. I’ve listed the slipper patterns included in the publication below: Adult Moccasin Slippers Knitted Plaid Slippers Ribbed Bootie Slippers Owl Slippers Cable Knit Slippers Super Cozy Texture Bootie Slippers Super Simple Easy to Knit Slippers Seven Slipper Styles to Knit – Paperback Version If you would like to purchase the paperback version of the slipper pattern collection, it’s available on Amazon only. It is very reasonably priced at $12.99 USD and shipping is included if you’re a prime member. The price is automatically converted into your county’s currency equivalent. Be sure that you order it from YOUR COUNTRY. If not you’ll be charged shipping. I’ve included the links from each country. Unfortunately, the paperback version isn’t available in very county. USA Canada United Kingdom If the patten collection isn’t available in your country or you would prefer a less expensive option and print it yourself, you can purchase the PDF Version from two places. Ravelry and LoveCrafts don’t allow for collections like this. Etsy – Seven Slipper Styles to Knit This website – Seven Slipper Styles to Knit – A Knitting Pattern Collection A quick note on other places that you can get this collection from. Amazon does offer the Kindle version of the slipper pattern collection in all countries. I don’t think you can print the pattern off on a Kindle. That defeats the purpose of creating this post that helps you find where you can get a physical copy of the slipper patterns. Eight Slipper Styles to Knit And in case you were unaware, I did another collection of my slipper patterns years ago. I never made it into a paperback (though if anyone was interested, please let me know). You can purchase the printable PDF from the following places: Etsy – Eight Slipper Styles to Knit This Website – Eight Slipper Styles to Knit

  • Easy to Knit Slippers Pattern

    Great knitting pattern for beginners. Easy to follow instructions and links to how-to knitting videos demonstrating every stitch.

  • Two slipper styles with one Knitting pattern

    These two slipper styles are actually the same knitting pattern but showcase one side of the work or the other. They are easily made with the same basic knitting stitches and if you can make one style, you can make the other! The pattern is for slippers from a men’s size 6 to 13 and for a women’s 6 to 13. I’ve also provided direct links in the pattern to my YouTube videos demonstrating the knitting stitches required if you need a little help. If you have never picked up stitches or knitted in the round, this is a great pattern to learn. I made a YouTube video showing how to do this for another pattern (you can read that pattern here – How to Knit Adult Booties), but the technique is similar. You can watch the video snippet right here – Picking up Stitches to Make the Heel the Cuff. The stitch pattern used this video is different, but would still look ok when done the final project. If you’re loving the free patterns on this site, please consider a small donation to help with the hosting costs of the site. You can learn more about how you can help by going to my page Help Support My Work. If you’re not in the position to help financially, which is totally ok btw, please share this pattern with anyone you think may like it. You can use these handy links 👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼 to share on social media or send it as an email to your friends and family. And if you’re wanting to get off the internet and would prefer to have this on your phone, tablet or computer, you can download this pattern from my website here – Two Slipper Styles with One Pattern. You can also purchase this pattern through my Etsy shop or through Ravelry. The download is a PDF that you can read on any device or even print if you so desire. Things you will need: Click any of the links below to have everything you need to make these slippers sent right to your door. 200 grams of worsted weight yarn Set of 2 size 5 mm ( US size 8) knitting needles or whatever size needed to obtain correct gauge. Set of 4 size 5 (US size 8) double pointed knitting needles or whatever size needed to obtain the correct gauge. Darning needle to sew up seams and work in ends. Two Styles with One Knitting Pattern Gauge: 12 rows stockinette = 2″9 stitches stockinette = 2″Be sure to check your gauge to obtain correct sizing! Cast on 42 sts. Row 1: P3 K1 P3 K1 P3 K1 P3 K12 P3 K1 P3 K1 P3 K1 P3 Row 2: K3 P1 K3 P1 K3 P1 K3 K12 K3 P1 K3 P1 K3 P1 K3 Repeat these two rows until slippers measures as shown in the chart below. End with row 2. Shoe Size (North America)LengthMen’s 6 – 78″ (20 cm)Men’s 8 – 98 ½” (21 cm)Men’s 10 – 119″ (22.5 cm)Men’s 12 – 139 ½” (24 cm)Women’s 6 – 77 ½” (18 cm)Women’s 8 – 98″ (20 cm)Women’s 10 – 118 ½” (21 cm)Women’s 12 – 139″ (22.5 cm) Slipper A End Toe – Slipper “A” Row 1: *(P2tog K2tog) repeat from * 3 times more.  K2tog twice K1 K2tog 3 times *(P2tog K2tog) repeat from * 2 times more P2tog P1Row 2: K2 *(P1 K1) repeat from * two more times. K7 *(K1 P1) repeat from * two more times. K1 Row 3: K2tog 11 timesRow 4: P11Draw yarn through loops and pull tight. Slipper B End Toe – Slipper “B” Row 1: K1 (K2tog) 10 times K1 (K2tog) 10 times.Row 2: P8 K6 P8 Row 3: (K2tog) 5 times K1 (K2tog) 5 times K1Row 4: P4 K3 P4Draw yarn through loops and pull tight. Slipper A Heel and Cuff – Slipper “A” With right side facing pick up 14 stitches.  Row 1: Knit across Row 2: Knit across Repeat the two rows one more time Row 5: K2tog K10 K2 tog Row 6: K12 Row 7: K12 Row 8: K2tog K8 K2tog Row 9: K10 Row10: K10 Row 11: K2tog K6 K2 tog Row 12: K8 Row 13: K8 Row 14: K2tog K4 K2tog Row 15: K6 Row 16: K6 Row 17: K2tog K2 K2tog Row 18: K4 Start Cuff: With double pointed needles, pick up 18 sts over half of one side, 18 sts on the other, and transfer the 4 stitches created when making the heel. Pick up the stitches over the first half of the slipper and leave the rest for the toe. Fold the sides of the slipper together to give an approximate of where to start picking up stitches on the other side of the slipper. You can also count back 18 stitches along the edge for a starting point. Row 1- 6: P3 K1 repeat 9 more times for total of 40 sts. Rows 7 – 10: K around Bind off loosely. Sew seams and work in ends of the yarn. Slipper B Heel and Cuff – Slipper “B” With right side facing pick up 14 stitches.  Row 1: Knit across Row 2: Knit across Repeat the two rows one more time Row 5: K2tog K10 K2 tog Row 6: K12 Row7: K12 Row 8: K2tog K8 K2tog Row 9: K10 Row10: K10 Row 11: K2tog K6 K2 tog Row 12: K8 Row 13: K8 Row 14: K2tog K4 K2tog Row 15: K6 Row 16: K6 Row 17: K2tog K2 K2tog Row 18: K4 Start Cuff: With double pointed needles, pick up 18 sts over half of one side, 18 sts on the other, and transfer the 4 stitches created when making the heel. Pick up the stitches over the first half of the slipper and leave the rest for the toe. Fold the sides of the slipper together to give an approximate of where to start picking up stitches on the other side of the slipper. You can also count back 18 stitches along […]

  • Knitted Adult Bootie Slippers Pattern

    I’ve been asked by a number of people to knit them slippers that are a little more snug. A surprising number of people like to sleep with slippers on and have a difficult time finding ones the don’t keep coming off. Now, I can’t guarantee that these will stay on your feet all night but with the extended cuff, these knitted adult bootie slippers will stay on much better than any of the other knitted slippers that I make. This particular knitted slipper design fits feet that are a woman’s size 6 – 11 and a man’s size 5 – 10. I was going to make them for larger and smaller sizes, but there was no demand for it 😕 This is also a great pattern to practice your knitting stitches. In particular, picking up stitches and working on double pointed needles, AKA working in the round. Double pointed needles seems very intimidating but really it’s the same as regular knitting needles; you just don’t flip your work back and forth. If you’ve never done it before, don’t worry! In the tutorial below I show every single step including how to pick up the stitches for the heel and cuff. Once you watch how it’s done you’ll wonder why you never did it before. https://youtu.be/cWHkfvvuFlU If you need a more detailed video that shows you each step from casting on to sewing in the ends, scroll to the bottom of the page. You can watch the video without leaving this page. You can also download the ad free version of this pattern for a small fee here – How to Knit Adult Booties, on Ravelry or from my Etsy Shop. Things you will need: If you are having a tough time finding what you need to make these slippers, click any link below to have all your supplies devoured right to your door.  250 gr of worsted weight yarn (usually this is less but better to have too much). Size 5 mm (US size 8) single pointed knitting needles or whatever size to obtain correct gauge. Set of four size 5 mm (US size 8) double pointed needles or same size as the single pointed needles. darning needle to sew up seams Gauge: 12 rows stockinette = 2″ 9 stitches stockinette = 2″ Be sure to check your gauge to obtain correct sizing! Slippers are given for a woman’s size 6-7 (8-9, 10-11) or a man’s 5-6 (7-8, 9-10). Cast on 42 (42, 42) sts Row 1: K3 *P2 K2* Repeat from *to* 2 more times. K14 *P2 K2* Repeat from *to* 1 more time. P2 K3. Row 2: P3 *K2 P2* Repeat from *to* 2 more times. K12 *P2 K2* Repeat from *to* 2 more times. P3. Repeat rows 1 and 2 for 26 (30, 34) rows total. Next row: K2tog K1 *P2 K2* Repeat from *to* 2 more times. K14 *P2 K2* Repeat from *to* 1 more time. P2 K1 K2tog. (40 sts) ☺Next row: *P2 K2* Repeat from * to* 2 more times. P2 K12 *P2 K2* Repeat from * to* 2 more times. P2. Next row: K2 *P2 K2* Repeat From *to* 2 more times. K14 *P2 K2* Repeat from *to* 1 more time. P2 K2. ☺ Repeat from ☺ to ☺ for 20 (22, 24) rows total. More of my stuff on Etsy Shape Toe: Row 1: *K2tog P2tog* Repeat From *to* 2 more times. K2tog 8 times. *P2tog K2tog* Repeat from * to* 1 more time. P2tog K2tog. (20 sts) Row 2: *P1 K1* Repeat from *to* 2 more times. P1 K6 *P1 K1* Repeat from *to* 2 more times. P1. Row 3: K1 K2tog 4 times K1 K2tog 5 times. (11 sts) Row 4: P4 K3 P4. Break yarn and draw yarn through the stitches to form the toe. Form Heel:  Need a bit of extra help with the heel and cuff? Scroll to the top of the page for a shorter video demonstrating where and how to do it.  With right side of the slipper facing you, pick up 14 sts on one of your double pointed needles along the sole of the slipper. Work the stitches with another of your double pointed needles.  Row 1-4: Knit across. Row 5: K2tog K10 K2tog. (12 sts) Row 6-7: Knit across. Row 8: K2tog K8 K2tog. (10 sts) Row 9-10: Knit across. Row 11: K2tog K6 K2tog. (8 sts) Row 12-13: Knit across. Row 14: K2tog K4 K2tog. (6 sts) Row 15-16: Knit across. Row 17: K2tog K2 K2tog. (4 sts) Row 18-19: Knit across. Row 20: K2tog twice. (2 sts) Row 21-22: Knit across. Keeping the two stitches on your double pointed needle, pick up 36(36, 36) stitches to form the cuff. Pick up 17 stitches down one side, evenly spaced, along the length to where you knitted two together. Starting at where you knitted two together along the other edge, pick up another 17 stitches, evenly spaced. There will be 36 stitches total. Row 1-10: *K2 P2* Repeat from *to* 7 more times. 8 times total for matching ribbed effect. Row 11-13: Knit around. Cast off loosely. Make another slipper to match. Sew up seams and work in ends. If you like the free videos and patterns, then please share my work on social media! Those handy little icons along the top of the page and embedded in this and all my patterns let you do it easily. It’s quick and easy for you and helps me immensely! 🥰 If you’d like more information on how you can keep things free, learn how you can Help Support My Work. https://youtu.be/X-0JhBZBYHY

  • Crochet Slippers for Children Adults - FREE Crochet Pattern!

    Free crocheted slipper pattern for children, women and men. Includes instruction for an optional crochet flower and photos to help you along.

  • Super Cozy Textured Adult Bootie Slippers - FREE Knitting Pattern

    Make a pair of adult moccasin bootie slippers with this FREE Knitting Pattern. Knit a pair of Ugg inspired classic slouch booties today!

  • Easy to Knit One Piece Rolled Cuff Slippers - free knitting pattern

    I’ve written a number of slipper patterns over the years with a couple of goals in mind, two goals to be specific. The first is to never have any seams to sew. This pattern didn’t meet this requirement. I offer a heartfelt apology for this.  The other goal is to make them as easy as possible so new knitters or those with not as much experience, can knit something that gives a great final product. This pattern was written specifically to avoid any difficult techniques, specifically, picking up stitches. That is why this pattern is done in one piece; starting at the heel and working towards the toe.  The cuff is made as you knit the piece. Because of the stitches used, it automatically rolls back up on itself giving a nice finished edge without adding any additional stitches or work. I’m also thinking of making a slipper with a tighter more fitted cuff done in the same, one piece design. Let me know what you think. You can send me an email through my contact page at KweenBee.com/contact. Love the free patterns? You can say thanks in a couple of ways. You can read more about how you can Support My Work by clicking that link or make a small donation and Buy Me a Coffee. 👈🏽 That is a website where you can make a one time donation as a thanks. (FYI I have some great offers if you would like to buy me multiple coffees. You can see those by clicking on the Extras tab or you can click this link Janis Frank Extras). If you don’t want to or are unable to make a financial donation, sharing this pattern through social media is a great way to help out too! The links below are a super easy way for you to do so.    Facebook   Twitter   Messenger   Pinterest   Reddit   Email   WhatsApp If you would like to avoid the ads on this page or would like to print the pattern, you can purchase the PDF for a small fee from this website at Easy to Knit Rolled Cuff Slippers , through my Etsy shop or on Ravelry. If the link isn’t working, I haven’t uploaded to the distributor yet. Things You Need Yarn (a standard ball of worsted weight yarn will be more than enough) Size 5 mm (US 8 ) single pointed needles Tapestry needle to sew seams and work in ends Gauge(in stockinette) 18 stitches = 4 inches  24 rows = 4 inches  Sizes are written as such: Women’s 6-7 (8-9, 10-11, 12)Men’s 6 (7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13) Heel Flap Cast on 2 Row 1: Knit across. Row 2: Increase in each stitch. (4 sts) Row 3 – 4 : Knit across. Row 5: Increase in the first stitch. K until one stitch remains. Increase in this stitch. (6 sts) Row 6 – 7: Knit across. Row 8: Increase in the first stitch. K until one stitch remains. Increase in this stitch. (8 sts) Row 9 – 10: Knit across. Row 11: Increase in the first stitch. K until one stitch remains. Increase in this stitch. (10 sts) Row 12 – 13: Knit across. Row 14: Increase in the first stitch. K until one stitch remains. Increase in this stitch. (12 sts) Row 15 – 16: Knit across. PLEASE NOTE: The following rows are for sizes Women’s 10, 11 and 12 and Men’s sizes 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 ONLY: Next row: Increase in the first stitch. K until one stitch remains. Increase in this stitch (14 sts) Next 2 rows: Knit across. Continue the pattern for all sizes. Next row: Cast on 16 stitches. (Yes, you already have 12 (12, 14, 14, 14) stitches on your needle. After casting on, you’ll have 28 (28, 30, 30, 30) sts on your needle). The following is worked over the stitches you just cast on and the stitches from the heel. P4 *K3 P1* Repeat from * to * 2 times more. K12 (12, 14, 14, 14). As you worked those stitches, your work was transferred onto the other needle. Cast on another 16 sts onto this needle. (You now have 44 (44, 46, 46, 46 sts) on your needle) ♥ Next row: Knit across. Next row: P4 *K3 P1* Repeat from * to * 2 times more. K12 (12, 14, 14, 14). ◘ P1 K3 ◘ Repeat from ◘ to ◘ 2 times more. P4. ♥ Repeat from ♥ to ♥ 11 (12, 13, 14, 15) times more for 24, (26, 28, 30, 32) rows total. Shaping Toe Next row: K2tog K to the last 2 sts K2tog. (42 (42, 44, 44, 44) sts) Next row: P3 *K3 P1* Repeat from * to * 2 times more. K12 (12, 14, 14, 14). ◘ P1 K3 ◘ Repeat from ◘ to ◘ 2 timesmore. P3. Next row: K2tog K to the last 2 sts K2tog. (40 (40, 42, 42, 42) sts) Next row: P2 *K3 P1* Repeat from * to * 2 times more. K12 (12, 14, 14, 14). ◘ P1 K3 ◘ Repeat from ◘ to ◘ 2 timesmore. P2. ☺ Next row: Knit across. Next row: P2 *K3 P1* Repeat from * to * 2 times more. K12 (12, 14, 14, 14). ◘ P1 K3 ◘ Repeat from ◘ to ◘ 2 timesmore. P2. ☺ Repeat from ☺ to ☺ 12 (13, 14, 15, 16) times more for 26 (28, 30, 32, 34) rows total. End Toe Next row: K2tog 10 (10, 11, 11, 11) times. K1 K2tog to last 3 sts. K1 K2tog.  Next row: P1 K2 *P1 K1* Repeat from * to * once P1 K6 (6, 7, 7, 7) *P1 K1* Repeat from * to * 2 time more. P1. Next row: K1 K2tog 4 (4, 5, 5, 5) times. K1 (1, 0, 0, 0) times. K2tog until last st. K1 Next row: P1 K1 P3 K3 P4. Break yarn and pull through. Pull tight to draw loops together. Sew seam on top of toe and the heel flap to the sides of the slipper (the 16 stitches you cast on earlier) and join the edges of the cuff together in the back above the flap. Hints and Tips Sew the seam on the top of the toe up to where you K2tog when shaping the toe. If you don’t like what the join looks like, you can always make a pom pom to cover it. Leave a longer length of yarn when you first start the slipper. You can use this piece to sew one of the seams along the heel flap. When you end the slipper, leave that yarn length longer too. You can use the length to sew the toe seam. The sizing of […]

  • Knitted Owl Slipper Pattern

    Awesome cozy knitted slippers for women and men with a delightful cabled owl motif. The inspiration came to me while scrolling through the wonders of the internet and stumbling on other knitted slippers that were made in one piece on circular needles but back and forth. I couldn’t for the life of me figure it out, the pattern wasn’t in English, so I decided to design my own! I came up with a very basic knitted slipper design, but then was inspired to make the top of the toe something special. I loved the look of a knitted cable owls on hats, mitts and scarves and next thing you know, this pattern was born! But also realize not everyone wants owls. That’s why I’ve written another pattern with no owls. You can see that pattern here – Free Knitted Slipper Pattern Like most of my knitting patterns, this one is available for download, ad free, for a very small fee here – Knitted Owl Slipper Pattern or from my Etsy Shop. If you enjoy this pattern and my other free online knitting patterns, please consider making a small donation or helping me out by visiting my Help Support My Work page. If that’s not possible, that’s totally fine too! Even sharing this page on your social media helps me out immensely. You can use those buttons 👇🏼 to do so easily. Please be warned, this is not a pattern for beginners. I used a very different technique involving multiple sets of needles. I included photos to demonstrate how I’m using the extra set and it totally works! Trust me. Things You Need If you are uncertain or having trouble finding what you need to make these slippers, clicking any of the links below will show you exactly what you need. And if you decide to order through Amazon, it will be delivered right to your door and help support the hosting costs of the website (I do get a small commission from sales through Amazon). 1 ball of worsted weight yarn (average 260 yard, 5 oz or 141 gram ball will be more than enough). I used Red Heart worsted weight yarn when designing the pattern. 2 sets of size 4 mm (US size 6) single point knitting needles. Stitch holder Cable needle 4 – 4 mm beads for eyes. You can use larger ones or very small buttons, too. Needle and thread to sew on eyes Tapestry needle to sew in ends. You can also use this handy tutorial to show you how to work in the ends while knitting these slippers. Try this to make your slippers less slippery Gauge With size 4 mm (US size 6) needles or whatever size you need to obtain the correct number of stitches and rows. Be sure to check your gauge otherwise the sizing won’t be correct. Instockinette 4” = 20 sts 4” = 30 rows Sizes (are written as such) Women’s 6-7 (8-9,10-11, 12-13) Men’s 5-6 (7-8, 9-10, 11-12) To Begin Cast on 44 (48, 54, 58) Row 1- 6: Knit across. Break yarn when completed row 6. Toe Flap Row 7: With RIGHT side facing, transfer the first 15 (17, 20, 22) stitches to a stitch holder. Reattach the yarn and knit the next 14 stitches (the start of the toe flap with the owl motif). Leave the remaining 15 (17, 20, 22) stitches on the needle unworked. The following rows are worked back and forth on the 14 toe flap stitches only! Row 8: Purl across (14 stitches; wrong side) Row 9: Knit across. (Right side) Row 10: Purl across. Row 11: Knit across. Row 12: Purl across. Row 13: K2 P1 K8 P1 K2 Row 14: P2 K1 P8 K1 P2 Row 15: K2 P1 C4F C4B P1 K2 Row 16: As row 14 (Wrong side) Row 17: As row 13 Row 18: As row 14 Row 19: As row 13 Row 20: As row 14 Row 21: As row 15 (Cables; Right side) Row 22: P2 K1 P2 K4 P2 K1 P2 Row 23: K2 P1 K2 P4 K2 P1 K2 Row 24: As row 22 Row 25: As row 23 (Right side) Row 26: As row 22 Row 27: As row 23 Row 28: As row 22 Row 29: As row 15 (Cables; Right side) Row 30: P2 K10 P2 (Wrong side) Row 31: Knit across. Row 32: Purl across. Break yarn. You’ll have the 14 stitches of the toe flap on your needle and the 15 (17, 20, 22) stitches you left on the needle when you started making the toe flap. Making the Sides of the Slipper This is where you’re going to need the extra set of knitting needles. You’ll be knitting back and forth in rows but the turn around the toe is too tight to use circular needles. For this, you’ll put the 14 toe flap stitches on one of your extra needles. It’s a little unconventional, but it works. Row 33: With the RIGHT side facing, transfer the 15 (17, 20, 22)stitches from the stitch holder onto one of your needles. Attach your yarn and knit the 15 (17, 20,22) stitches. Pick up 13 stitches evenly along the edge of the toe flap. (All of these stitches are on ONE needle. (28, 30, 33, 35) stitches on this needle) With another needle, knit the 14 stitches of the toe flap. Leave the remaining 15 (17, 20, 22) stitches on the other needle unworked for now. (14 stitches on this needle) With another needle, pick up 13 stitches evenly along the side of the toe flap. Knit the remaining 15 (17, 20, 22) stitches on the next needle. (28, 30, 33, 35 stitches on this needle) You should now have 3 needles holding stitches with all the points pointing as shown below when laid flat. You also have one spare needle to knit with. You are now going to knit in rows, back and forth with these three needles. Once you finish knitting all the stitches on one needle, move on to the next needle (the point of the needle is right there) until you complete the row. Another way to say it for the following rows, knit all the stitches forming […]

  • cable knit slippers

    Learn to knit comfy, cozy cabled slippers. This pattern shows you how to make slippers for children from a small size 3 to large 3, and a woman’s and man’s size 4 to 12. This makes it a great project for a knitter with some experience but wanting to make something that is a little more challenging. Even if you have never knit a cable before, have no fear! This pattern includes detailed instructions and numerous photos on how to create the cable. And if you need to brush up on some of the more basic stitches, you can learn how to knit with my YouTube videos. Not wanting to be online all the time? You can also download the ad free version of this pattern, for a small fee, here – How to Knit Cable Slippers and in my Etsy shop. If you are enjoying the free knitting patterns, don’t forget to learn more about how you can Help Support My Work. Using those share buttons right up there 👆🏼 is a great way to start! Letting others know about this pattern is good for everyone. Things you will need: If you are having a difficult time locating the supplies you need to make these slippers, click any link below to have it mail right to your door. 200 gr of worsted weight yarn (usually this is less but better to have too much). Size 4.5 (US size 7) single pointed knitting needles or whatever size to obtain correct gauge. Cable knitting needle Darning needle to sew the seams and work in the ends. Gauge:  14 rows stockinette = 2″ 9 stitches stockinette = 2″ Be sure to check your gauge to obtain correct sizing! Children’s Sizes 3 – 3 Numbers in parenthesis are written for sizes as such 3-4 (5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-1, 2-3) Cast on 29 (29, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37) Row 1: K3 (3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4) P1 K3 P1 K13 (13, 15, 16, 16, 17, 19) P1 K3 P1 K3 (3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4) Row 2: K4 (4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5) P3 K3 (3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 5) P1 K7 (7, 7, 8, 8, 9, 9) P1 K3 (3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 5) P3 K4 (4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5) Row 3: K3 (3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4) P1 C1F K1 P1 K13 (13, 15, 16, 16, 17, 19) P1 C1F K1 P1 K3 (3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4) Row 4: Repeat row 2. Row 5: K3 (3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4) P1 K1 C1B P1 K13 (13, 15, 16, 16, 17, 19) P1 K1 C1B P1 K3 (3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4) Repeat rows 2–5 3 (4, 5, 6, 6, 7, 8) times more. Next row: Repeat row 2. Shape Toe Next row: K2tog once (once, once, once, twice, twice, twice) K 1 (1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0) P1 C1F K1 P1 K13 (13, 15, 16, 16, 17,19) P1 C1F K1 P1 K 1 (1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0) K2tog once (once, once, once, twice, twice, twice)  Click here for an explanation. 🌺 Next row (and all remaining even rows): K3 P3 K3 (3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 5) P1 K7 (7, 7, 8, 8, 9, 9) P1 K3 (3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 5) P3 K3  Next row: K2 P1 K1 C1B P1 K13 (13, 15, 16, 16, 17, 19) P1 K1 C1B P1 K2 Next row: Repeat row marked with 🌺 (All rows when wrong side of the work is facing you.) 🐿 Next row: K2 P1 C1F K1 P1 K13 (13, 15, 16, 16, 17, 19) P1 C1F K1 P1 K2 Next row: Repeat row marked with 🌺 Next row: K2 P1 K1 C1B P1 K13 (13, 15, 16, 16, 17, 19) P1 K1 C1B P1 K2 Next row: Repeat row marked with 🌺 🐿 Repeat from 🐿 to 🐿 3 (3,3,3,4,4,4) times more. End Toe Next row: K2tog P1 SL1 K2tog PSSO P1 K1 (1, 1, 0, 0, 1, 0) K2tog 6 (6, 7, 8, 8, 8, 9) times P1 SL1 K2tog PSSO P1 K2tog. Next row: Knit Next row:  K2tog to the end of the row. If you have an extra stitch at the end of the row, knit it. Next row: Knit Pull yarn through. Form Heel: With the right side of the slipper facing you, pick up 10 sts along the back of the sole between the purl stitches. Row 1 – 3 : Knit across. Row 4: K2tog K6 K2tog. (8 sts) Row 5 – 7: Knit across. Row 8: K2tog K4 K2tog. (6 sts) Row 9 – 11: Knit across. Row 12: K2tog K2 K2tog. (4 sts) Row 13 – 15 : Knit across. Row 16: K1 K2tog K1. (3 sts) Row 17 – 19: Knit across. Bind off. When shaping the toe, once completed the row, you should have 2 knit stitches before the purl of the cable at the beginning of the row and 2 stitches after the last purl after the cable at the end of the row regardless of the size. Depending on the size you either knit 2 stitches together twice or knit two stitches together once and knit the one remaining stitch. Regardless of size this gives the two stitches. More of my stuff on Etsy: Adult Sizes:  Numbers in parenthesis are written for sizes as such: Women’s 4-5 (6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12)  Men’s 4 (5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12) A woman’s size 6-7 is the same as a man’s size 5-6. A woman’s size 8-9 is the same as a man’s size 7-8. etc. Cast on 40 (44, 46, 48, 50) Row 1: K3 (4, 4, 5, 5) P1 K6 P1 K18 (20, 22, 22, 24) P1 K6 P1 K3 (4, 4, 5, 5) Row 2: K4 (5, 5, 6, 6) P6 K4 (5, 5, 5, 6) P1 K10 (10, 12, 12, 12) P1 K4 (5, 5, 5, 6) P6 K4 (5, 5, 6, 6)  🦋 Row 3: K3 (4, 4, 5, 5) P1 C2F K2 P1 K18 (20, 22, 22, 24) P1 C2F K2 P1 K3 (4, 4, 5, 5) Row 4: Repeat row 2.  Row 5: Repeat row 1. Row 6: Repeat row 2. Row 7: K3 (4, 4, 5, 5) P1 K2 C2B P1 K18 (20, 22, 22, 24) P1 K2 C2B P1 K3 (4, 4, 5, 5) Row 8: Repeat row 2. Row 9: Repeat row 1. Row 10: Repeat row 2. 🦋 Repeat from 🦋 to 🦋 3 (3, 4, 4, 4) times more. Shape Toe: Next row: K2tog 1 (1, 1, 2, 2) times K1 (2, 2, 1, 1) P1 C2F K2 P1 K18 (20, 22, 22, 24) P1 C2F K2 P1 K1 (2, 2, 1, 1) K2tog 1 (1, 1, 2, 2) times. 38 (42, 44, 44, 46) sts. Next row: K3 (4, 4, 4, 4) P6 K4 (5, 5, 5, 6) P1 K10 (10, 12, 12, 12) P1 K4 (5, 5, 5, 6) P6 K3 (4, 4, 4, 4)  Next row: K2tog K 0 (1, 1, 1, 1) P1 K6 P1 K18 (20, 22, 22, 24) P1 K6 P1 K 0 (1, 1, 1, 1) K2tog. 36 (40, 42, 42, 44) sts.  🌝 Next row: K2 (3, 3, 3, 3) P6 K4 (5, 5, 5, 6) P1 K10 (10, 12, 12, 12) P1 K4 (5, 5, 5, 6) P6 K2 (3, 3, 3, 3)  💖 Next row: K1 (2, 2, 2, 2) P1 K2 C2B P1 K18 (20, 22, 22, 24) P1 K2 C2B P1 K1 (2, 2, 2, 2) Next row: Repeat row marked with 🌝 ⭐️ Next row: K1 (2, 2, 2, 2) P1 K6 P1 K18 (20, 22, 22, 24) P1 K6 P1 K1 (2, 2, 2, 2) Next row: Repeat row marked with 🌝 🍀 Next row: K1 (2, 2, 2, 2) P1 C2F K2 P1 K18 (20, 22, 22, 24) P1 C2F K2 P1 K1 (2, 2, 2, 2) Next row: Repeat […]

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