Looking for a new crochet project? Pull out your stash of yarn and get your hooks. Crocheted slippers are the ideal project this time of year; most patterns require very little yarn and they will keep your toes warm on cold, winter days.
Time consuming or fast and easy, chunky yarn or worsted weight, you are sure to find something that pulls you in and says ‘you need to crochet this’. Deciding on the style and yarn will be easier than picking one design, so why stop at one?
Searching for free patterns at Ravelry returns 14 pages of designs; you will spend more time searching for that perfect pattern than it will take to make the project. Joining Ravelry is free if you aren't currently a member. This database website contains a wealth of patterns, both pay and free, and a large community of crafters.
Tamera Kelly, crochet designer and chief blogger at Moogly, has a new pattern up for crocheted slippers. This design features a type of cable design up the foot and uses chunky yarn. This pattern will work up fast and the chunky yarn makes them cushiony and warm. This pattern is also available at Ravelry. In addition to all the free patterns Tamera has available, there are many gorgeous patterns for sale and helpful videos.
All Crafts has a page of 100 free crocheted slippers. The styles range for ballet slipper types to elf slippers to oxford types.
All Free Crochet is another site offering sock and slipper patterns, 61 patterns in all with many in eBook format. All Free Crochet is a web site community that collects patterns from around the internet and features them in niche areas. When you click on the pattern of your choice, it will direct you to the pattern owners website