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Slipper Socks and Boots Knitting Patterns

by | Aug 26, 2016 | Footwear

Knitting Patterns for Slipper Socks and Boot-Style. Most patterns are free

Knitting patterns for cozy slipper socks and boot / bootie style slippers.

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These patterns are not my designs but links to other designers who have generously shared their patterns. If you have questions about how to knit a specific pattern, please contact the designer directly.

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Free Knitting Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern for Cabled Slipper Socks

Cabled Slipper Socks

These cozy calf-high slippers by Patons feature an elegant cable pattern. Sizes Small, Medium, Large, X-Large. Pictured project by bfleming24

Free Knitting Pattern for Celtic Dancer Slippers

Celtic Dancer Slippers

DROPS Design created these cuffed slippers with two cable patterns. Pictured project by Carmela-Biscuit

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Crocodilly Mocs

Kris Basta designed these slipper mocs with a knit crocodile stitch cuff. Pictured project in blue by kriscrafter, in gray and red by vickite.

Free Knitting Pattern for Moon Socks Slipper Boots

Moon Socks

Easy cuffed slipper boots from Drops Design in three sizes and aran weight yarn. Pictured project by Memma

Free Knitting Pattern for Grown-Up Garter Booties

Grown-up Garter Booties

Maria Sus designed these garter-stitch slippers that are shaped with short rows. Great for multi-color yarn or stash-busting!

Free Knitting Pattern for Bulky Yarn Bootie Slipper

Bulky Yarn Booty Slipper

These slippers by Juanita’s Knit Shop are a quick knit in bulky yarn or double strands of other weights. 5 sizes for the whole family. Ravelrers have rated this pattern very easy or easy. Pictured project by Marissa

Free Knitting Pattern for Cable Cuff Boot Style Slippers

Little Red Riding Slippers

Boot style slippers with cable cuffs from Drops Design. Pictured project by Carmela-Biscuit

Free Knitting Pattern for Adirondack Slipper Socks

Adirondacks Slipper Socks

Easier than they look! Kathy Sasser designed these fair isle socks that are knit as a tube with just two colors per row. I can’t resist anything named after my beloved Adirondacks!

Free Knitting Pattern Woven Slipper Booties

Woven Slipper Booties

Michelle Stewart’s boot-style slippers feature a horseshoe cable cuff. Quick knit in bulky yarn.

Free knitting pattern for Macarons Slipper Boots and more slipper knitting patterns

Macarons

Designed by Kristin Nicholas, these slipper boots are fun but easier than they look.

Free Knitting Pattern for Bea's Slippers

Bea’s Slippers

Mone Dräger’s slippers feature a stitch pattern that adds stretch as well as style. She states that it only takes a couple of hours to knit.  Three sizes, small, medium and large. Available in English, Finnish, and German

Patterns for Purchase

Knitting Pattern for Mary Jane Slipper Socks

Mary Jane Slipper Socks

These slipper socks with a mary jane shoe in colorwork is one of the patterns in 25 Stylish Knitted Slippers by Rae Blackledge. In child and adult sizes.

Knitting Pattern Walk of Fame Slippers

Walk of Fame Slippers

These cozy boots feature a lattice texture on the uppers and cuffs. Fast knit in bulky yarn. Woman’s S (M, L)

Knitting Pattern Mukluk Boot Style Slippers

Mukluk Boot Style Slippers

These boots look super cozy and like they can go anywhere. Woman’s S (M, L)

Knitting Pattern Moonkoosa Boots

Moonkoosa Boots

Felted fringy kicks in mini, short, mid and tall styles. Adult and child sizes.

Knitting Pattern Ankle Warmer Boots

Ankle Warmer Boots

Easy to Knit Slippers for adults in 3 different styles and 3 sizes, all with worsted yarn

Knitting Pattern for Snug Slipper Boots

Snug Slipper Boots

Calf high slipper socks for extra coziness in adult and child sizes.

Terry Matz

meTerry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!

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