11 Four-Hour Crochet Slipper Patterns for the Whole Family!

There’s nothing better than staying cozy, and crocheted slippers are a great way to keep your feet warm! Whether you want to craft a pair of slippers for yourself or for a loved one, there are plenty of free and paid patterns available, and I’ve gathered some of the best for you!

Crochet slippers can be made using a variety of yarn weights, but the most common are worsted and bulky. Based on how warm you want the slippers to be, you can choose from acrylic, cotton, chenille, or even wool yarns. Bulkier yarns will help your project work up super fast, but even the patterns in this list that use worsted weight don’t take long at all! None of these projects should take you more than 4 hours!

So let’s dive in, starting with a super easy, super soft option.

1. Dolphin 1 Hour Slipper

Free pattern by Tunde Debre here!

These cozy slippers work up in just an hour and are made of super-soft Himalaya Dolphin Baby chenille yarn. You could also use another super-bulky chenille yarn like Premier Parfait Chunky, so there are nearly endless color customization options!

The pattern includes instructions for women’s sizes 5.5 to 12, so the slippers will fit older kids, teens, women, and even some men. It’s truly the perfect pattern for the whole family, and everyone can have a pair in their favorite color!

2. 1.5 Hour Slipper

Free pattern by Crochet Dreamz here!

Another quick, cozy project are these 1.5 hour chunky crochet slippers. This pattern is easy to follow, even for beginners, and the furry yarn around the ankles adds a pop of style!

The pattern includes sizes 5 to 12 and calls for Bernat Blanket yarn, so you can make unique pairs for all your relatives. Plus, just one skein of yarn makes two pairs, so it’s an affordable choice!

3. Quick Baby Slippers

Pattern by Over the Head Threads here!

If you want to make slippers for the youngest member of your family, look no further than these Quick Baby Slippers! The pattern comes with two choices–cuffed and uncuffed–so you can make slippers for any weather.

The pattern includes sizes for newborn through 3 months, and they only take half an hour to make. There’s nothing cuter than a baby in crocheted slippers, that’s for sure!

4. Hi-Top Slipper Socks

Free pattern by Lauren Venettozzi here!

The teens in your family will love these Hi-Top Slipper Socks that mimic stylish shoes. The pattern calls for Red Heart Super Saver yarn, which is affordable, accessible, and comes in tons of fun colors. And these slippers are super cozy even though they call for acrylic yarn instead of wool, because the hi-top design will keep your ankles warm.

5. Granny Square Slippers

Free pattern by Naztazia here!

If you’ve mastered granny squares and are looking to expand into apparel, this is the perfect pattern for you! The pattern covers sizes small, medium, and large, and even includes a YouTube video tutorial.

Each slipper takes just six granny squares to make, and you can customize colors to match your family’s personalities! You’ll be able to whip up a pair in no time!

6. Bernat Slipper Boots

Free pattern by Bernat here!

This fun pattern includes sizes for the whole family, and since it calls for Bernat Softee Chunky yarn, you’ll be able to choose from plenty of colors. You won’t be able to splash in any puddles in these boots, but your toes are sure to stay cozy around the house!

The boots are cute, colorful, and easy to make. As long as you’ve crocheted before, you should be able to make a pair in about two hours.

7. Shell Slipper

Free pattern by Crochet Dreamz here!

Next on the list are these much daintier Shell Slippers. They’re perfect if you want to gift a loved one with cozy footwear that’s still elegant. 

And the shell stitch might look complex, but it’s actually simple even for beginners–all it requires is 5 double crochet worked into the same stitch. The pattern covers sizes small, medium, and large, so you could make these for any of the women in your family.

8. Super Chunky Crochet Slippers

Pattern by Little Asia Girl Design here!

These Super Chunky Crochet Slippers are another great option for the women in your family. They’re designed to look like ballet flats, and the optional button accessory makes them super cute. 

The pattern includes instructions for women’s shoe sizes 5 to 12, and you can achieve the chunky look by using two strands of worsted weight yarn, so you’ll be done with a pair in no time!

9. Fast and Free Men’s Slippers

Free pattern by Heart Hook Home here!

Now for the men in your life, these simple crochet slippers are a great option! The pattern calls for super bulky yarn, and if you use Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick yarn like Heart Hook Home recommends, they’ll be nice and warm!

Even better: you only need one skein of yarn per pair of slippers, so you don’t need to worry about matching dye lots! And the pattern only calls for basic stitches, so you can tackle it even if you’re pretty new to crocheting.

10. Mens Loafer Super Pack

Pattern by Lorin Jean here!

Another option for the men in your life is this super fun loafer pattern! The pattern covers four variations—button loafers, casual loafers, boat shoes, and classic loafers—so you’re sure to find the perfect slipper for all the men in your family.

11. Emilia Slippers for Teens and Adults

Pattern by nuttypatterns here

Let’s end the list with a groovy pattern that’s great for the whole family! The pattern includes youth sizes 2-7, women’s sizes 4-11, and men’s sizes 6-10.

The slippers have a double-layered sole, so they’re super comfy to wear around the house. Plus, the two-tone color scheme and ability to add fun buttons means they’re very customizable!

So what are you waiting for? Grab a pattern from this roundup and make sure everyone in your family has a pair of cute, cozy slippers!