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Crochet Slipper Socks | Free Crochet Pattern

Updated: Feb 19

These slouchy slipper-like socks are designed with the beginner in mind. They’re easily customizable and feature a rounded toe, no heel, and toe-to-cuff construction. Have fun with yarn choices and make some cozy socks for the chilliest days!


  • 150-200 grams of any bulky weight yarn

  • 7.00mm crochet hook

  • Scissors, yarn needle, stitch marker


3 stitches and 2 rounds = 1 inch in half double crochet, worked in the round


ch: chain

hdc: half double crochet

sc: single crochet

ea: each

st(s): stitch(es)

*...*: repeat the instructions in the asterisks

FO: finish off

Yarn Inspiration

  • Find the featured yarn here.

  • Make this pattern your own by using ANY yarn or yarn combo you love!

Sizing Notes

  • This ruler is so helpful for making socks fit any size foot.

  • This pattern is written for sizes small(medium, large) and are designed to fit a 7(8, 9) inch foot circumference. These are also designed to have ¼-½ inch of positive ease, so the finished circumference for each size is 7.25(8.25, 9.25) inches around. Choose whichever size suits your negative/positive ease preferences.

Pattern Notes

  • This pattern does not include instructions for a heel, since these are meant to be slouchy tube socks.

Helpful Tutorials

Slouchy Slipper Socks FULL Tutorial:


Round 1

hdc 7(8, 9) sts into a magic ring (or, ch 2 and work into the second ch from the hook). Place marker and move it up each round if desired.

Round 2

hdc 2 in ea st around. 14(16, 18) sts

Round 3

hdc in ea st around. 14(16, 18) sts

Round 4

*hdc in the next st, hdc 2 in the next st* around. 21(24, 27) sts

Leg and Foot

Round 1

hdc in ea st around

Repeat Round 1 until the sock measures your desired length. I recommend trying it on as you go, or work until the sock is as long as the recipient’s foot, plus a few inches for the leg.

Final Round

sc in ea st around. slst to the first st. FO


These socks aren’t in need of blocking, but if desired simply wet slightly and lay them flat to dry.

Lastly, enjoy and show off your beautiful slippers, or gift them to someone special. If desired, share them on Instagram using the #slippersocks and #thegracefultangle and tag @thegracefultangle!

I hope you enjoyed following this pattern! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to send an email to Don't forget to follow along on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook and to stay in the loop!

Until next time,

Amy Kate

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