House Slipper Pattern

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In the spirit of giving, here’s a little pattern I whipped up for one of my friends. House Slippers on the go!



Hooks: J/10-6.00MM

F/4.00 MM

Yarn: Worsted weight 100% Acrylic

Size: 7.5 Women’s Shoe

Bottom (Make two pieces):

Ch 21

Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each chain across to last ch st, being careful to only hook the TOP loop of the chain (20 st)

Sc 3 in last ch sp

Work your way back working in the bottom of each ch space across until last sc, 2sc in last space (20 st)Houseslippers2

Ch 2, 19 hdc, 3 hdc in sp, 19hdc, 3 hdc in sp, hdc in remaining st, join with sl st (44 st)

Continue last row until piece measures desired width and length,

(For size 7.5 womens 4 more times)

Fasten off.

Make two of these pieces.

Connecting bottom pieces:

Place one bottom piece on top of the other making sure all sides line up

With crochet hook and new color

Sc in each space aroundhouse slippers1

Join with sl st

(For size 7.5 womens, this will mean sc five times around, joining each round with a sl st, until side measures 1 ¼”)

Fasten off.

Top Piece:

Ch 13, sc in 2nd ch from hook and sc across to last ch, sc in last ch, ch 2

Hdc each row until piece measures 2 ½” for size 7.5 women’s (or until it covers

about 1/3 of the open space)

Decrease one hdc on each side of the piece for the next five rows.


Fasten off.

Connecting Top Piece to Main Body:

Pin top piece in place so that the smallest part lines up with the toe (or one end) of the main body

Make sure the sides are equally lined up

With F hook sc in each space from top piece and main body until top piece is connected

Continue around until you’ve made an additional row around foot opening and the top piece is connected

Fasten off.

Half Double Crochet (hdc)


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