The Simple Spa Slippers are cozy and oh so easy to crochet! They are soft, squishy, and a free crochet pattern on Moogly in 3 sizes!
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Squishy Soles and Velvet Soft Toppers
Made with Red Heart Super Saver, the soles of the Simple Spa Slippers are crocheted with the yarn held doubled – and then 2 layers are sewn together for extra squish! Super Saver is of course the perfect yarn for the soles of house slippers – tough on the floor, but perfectly soft for the bottom of the feet!
Then, the tops of the slippers are made with Bernat Baby Velvet – again, held doubled! I love the cozy feel of these on the top of my feet – I keep wiggling my toes! And it looks great too! For slippers, Super Saver and Velvet make a wonderful combo.
Easy Enough for Beginners
The stitches used to make the Simple Spa Stitches are super easy – it’s all single crochet! The only “tricky” bit is the sc2tog decrease, which is the first decrease you likely learned.
To keep this pattern as simple as can be, I’ve made both right and left feet the same. So there is minimal shaping – and you don’t have to think about which one goes on which foot. Slippers like this are also great for those with flat and wide feet, like me – for once, my feet don’t overhang the soles!
Simple Spa Slipper Finishing Touches
After you’ve made all the pieces of the Simple Spa Slippers, but before you’ve assembled them, you might want to consider how to make them non-slip. And I have a collection of non-slip slipper ideas and products for you to try!
You can also add a stiffer sole if you like! I recommend using your sole as a template to cut 2 pieces of plastic canvas just a bit smaller than your slipper. Then sandwich each one between the layers of the sole as you sew them together.
Simple Spa Slippers
US – J, 6.0mm hook or as needed to get gauge – Furls
200-300 yds Red Heart Super Saver (4/Worsted/UK: 10-12 ply; 198 g/7 oz, 333 meters/364 yards)
Colorway Shown: Light Grey
60-75 yds Bernat Baby Velvet (4/Worsted/UK: 10-12 ply; 300 g/10.5 oz, 450 m/492 yds)
Colorway Shown: Misty Gray
Gauge: 12 sts x 12 rows = 4″ in sc with either yarn held doubled
Sizes (US Women’s shoe size): 4-6 (7-9, 10-12)
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The soles are made with Red Heart Super Saver, and the toppers are made with Bernat Baby Velvet. Both yarns are held doubled throughout the pattern, excluding the sewing.
For shoe size reference, see the Craft Yarn Council Sizing Standards.
Soles – Make 4, using Red Heart Super Saver held doubled
Row 1: Ch 5 (6, 8), skip the ch closest to the hook, sc in each rem ch across; turn. (4 (5, 7) sts)
Row 2: Ch 1, 2 sc in the first st, sc in each st until 1 st rem, 2 sc in last st; turn. (6 (7, 9) sts)
Row 3 and 4: Rep Row 2. (10 (11, 13) sts)
Row 5 – 24 (27, 30): Ch 1, sc in each st across; turn.
Row 25 (28, 31): Ch 1, sc2tog, sc in each st until 2 sts rem, sc2tog; turn. (8 (9, 11) sts)
Row 26 (29, 32) – 28 (31, 34): Rep Row 25 (28, 31). (2 (3, 5) sts)
Edging: Ch 1, sc evenly around entire sole; join and break yarn, weave in ends.
Toppers – Make 2, using Bernat Baby Velvet held doubled
Row 1: Ch 13 (15, 16), skip the ch closest to the hook, sc in each rem ch across; turn. (12 (14, 15) sts)
Row 2 – 10 (11, 12): Ch 1, sc in each st across; turn. After last row, break yarn and weave in ends.
Assembly – Use 1 strand of Red Heart Super Saver for sewing
Hold 2 soles together with both Row 1 ends together and both last Row ends together.
Position topper on top of soles, with first row lined up with Row 6, under Row 5.
Using Super Saver, backstitch through edging stitches around each set of soles, working through the edges of the topper when sewing through those rows. Weave in ends.
And that’s how to make the Simple Spa Slippers! I love how cozy these are – I’ve made a pair just to keep under my work desk to keep my toes cozy!
Looking for more free crochet slippers patterns?
After all, there are so many styles and looks to explore! I’ve got a few for you to browse on Ravelry! Or go straight to the Chic Moroccan Slippers, Crochet Ballet Slippers, or Posy Toes Crochet Slippers!
Or explore this list of 20 crochet slipper patterns for the whole family!
SHARING IS CARING
I can’t wait to see your finished Simple Spa Slippers! If this free crochet slipper pattern does inspire you to make your own, and you post a photo on social media, be sure to tag me @mooglyblog or #mooglyblog so I can check it out too! I love seeing what you make!
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