Knitting patterns for slippers knit flat on straight needles. Many of the patterns are free.
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Cosy Slipper Socks
Slippers are worked flat in garter stitch with a deep ribbed cuff to fold over at the ankle. Quick knit in Bulky weight yarn. Designed by Debbie Bliss. May only be free a limited time.
Easy garter stitch slippers knit flat and seamed. Includes instructions for pompoms. Designed by Lion Brand for Joann. Worsted weight yarn.
Two ways to get the pattern
- Get the free knitting pattern - PDF - at Lion Brand. Download link is below kit info on page
- Get the free knitting pattern - Web Version - at Joanns
Ribbed Bootie Slippers Knit Flat
NOTE: The website seems to be unavailable temporarily so I've included the Internet archive link just in case. Web version is free. Slippers knit flat on two needles. Designed by Janis Frank. Aran weight yarn. Web version is free.
Easy slippers for the whole family worked flat and seamed. Sizes Toddler, Child, Adult Small, Adult Medium, Adult Large, Adult XL. Designed by MyJamma Knits who says it is suitable for beginners. 2 strands of worsted weight yarn held together.
Moccasin Slippers with a Cuff Knit Flat
Garter stitch slippers knit flat on two needles. 2 sizes. Designed by Janis Frank. Worsted weight yarn. Web version is free.
Two Color Slippers
Striped slippers worked flat in one piece, shaped with short rows, and seamed. Video tutorial included with pattern but it's in Russian. Designed by Katerina Mushyn. DK weight yarn. Available in English and Russian.
Easy Lady's Slippers
Slippers knit flat in one piece in stockinette with a ribbed cuff. Bulky weight yarn. Rated easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Linda Moorhouse.
Easy Two Needle Ribbed Slipper Socks
Slipper socks knit flat in one piece with ribbing and welting and seamed. Video tutorial included. Sizes 36-37-38-39-40-41-42-43-44. Aran weight yarn. Designed by Katerina Mushyn. Available in English and Russian.
Slippers worked flat in one piece and seamed with buttoned cuff. Rated easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Terry Morris. Worsted weight yarn. Pictured projects by nellum and ShawnaE
Slippers worked flat in one piece and seamed with a lace top. Video tutorial included with pattern but it's in Russian. Designed by Katerina Mushyn. DK weight yarn. Available in English and Russian.
Froze Toes Slippers
Slippers worked flat in one piece and seamed. Knit in super bulky yarn for a super quick project. 3 Sizes: Small: 5 – 6 1/2, Medium 7 1/2 – 9, & Large 9 1/2 – 12 US Shoe Size. Video tutorial included with pattern. Designed by Kristen McDonnell. Web version and video completely free. PDF is free but requires an email subscription.
More Free Patterns
Striped slippers worked flat in garter stitch and shaped with short rows. Designed by Cassandra Bibler. DK weight yarn.
This slipper is worked back and forth on straight needles holding two strands of yarn and working them as one. The foot is worked in garter stitch and the toe is ribbed. The heel and toe are seamed and a pompom decorates the toe. Rated easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Joan Janes. Worsted weight yarn. Pictured projects by the designer and lateniteknits.
Colorful slippers knit flat in one piece using a circular needle and an ingenious construction to create the a U shape around the tip of your foot. Looks best when using variegated yarn, e.g. self-striping sock yarn. Designed by Sybil R. Fingering weight yarn.
Easy beginner slippers are knit flat in one piece, folded in half, and seamed from toe to heel. Quick knit in super bulky yarn and only takes one skein (55 - 90 yards / 50 - 82 m). Sizes Women’s Small (5-7),Women’s Medium (8-10), Men’s Medium (8-10), Men’s Large (11-13). Designed by Adrienne Sullivan.
These easy cuffed slipper socks are knit flat and seamed. 4 sizes – Men’s 10, 11, 12, 14. Rated easy by Red Heart. Designed by Christine Marie Chen
Cozy Toes Booties
These easy slippers are knit flat in one piece and seamed. Designed by Amrita Sharma. Fingering weight yarn. Rated easy by the designer and Ravelrers.
Easiest Garter Stitch Slippers
Easy-to-knit weekend project requires knitting just one rectangular piece. Simple increases and just two seams give the slipper its shape, making it a great project for last-minute gifting. Designed by Faith Hale who teaches the class. Pattern and instructional video class available for free with a free trial at Creativebug.
Flat Knit Slippers
These easy ribbed slippers are knit flat and seamed. Designed by Gina Michele. Quick knit in super bulky yarn.
Desert Boots Slippers
These easy slippers are are knit flat on straight needles. Shared by Elise Brand from a pattern by her aunt. Rated very easy by Ravelrers. Pictured project by flyingcat
Just knit 6 squares (stockinette, rib, and moss stitch) and seam to make these easy sampler slippers. Designed by Andrea James
These very easy slippers are knit flat and seamed and get their name because they fold into a portable pocketbook shape. You just need to know how to knit, purl, increase, and decrease. Rated very easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Lisa Vienneau & Allison Barrett. Pictured project by Namma119
Easy beginner slippers are knit flat in 8 garter stitch squares and seamed. To fit Lady's shoe size Medium: 5/6, Large: 7/8, Extra-Large: 9/10. Designed by Yarnspirations.Rated easy and suitable for beginners by designer. Worsted weight yarn.
Patterns for Purchase
Slippers are worked flat sideways using short rows for both shaping and decoration on the toe, and then seamed at the heel and along the sole. 3 sizes for EUR shoe sizes 36-41 or US sizes 5.5-10.5 (female). Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Lyudmila Aksenik.
Sideways Slipper Boots
Slippers knit flat on 2 needles with options for soles including knit, crochet, or felt. 3 sizes. Uses approx. 135(150,175) yds for the slipper tops and 120(140,160) yds for the soles of worsted weight yarn. Designed by Kris Basta - Kriskrafter, LLC.
Slippers knit flat on 2 needles. Flowers are crocheted but can be replaced with knit flowers (see below), buttons, and so forth. Size easily customized. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Julia Noskova who allows you to sell the finished slippers.
Broken Rib Slippers
Slippers knit on 2 needles in a 2 row repeat broken rib stitch and seamed. Size easily customized. Bulky weight yarn. Designed by Julia Noskova who allows you to sell the finished slippers.
Slippers knit on 2 needles with vertical stripes and seamed. Size easily customized. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Julia Noskova who allows you to sell the finished slippers.
Cable slippers knit on 2 needles with a diamond lattice pattern and seamed. Size US – 7/8/9/10; UK- 5/6/7/8: EU-37/38/39/40. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Julia Noskova.
Slipper patterns where you make the choices! Knit flat and seamed. Knit the top part of the slipper, choose the type of sole you want: Knit, Crochet, or cut out of a pre-felted sweater. Select the method that you want to join the top and sole too! Very clear instructions as well as photos are provided for all choices. Designer says this pattern is very, very easy. Designer allows you sell finished projects. Worsted weight yarn held double throughout. Designed by Kris Basta - Kriskrafter, LLC. Patterns for women, men, and children. There's even a sideways version and a crochet version.
- Get the WOMEN'S SLIPPERS knitting pattern
- Get the MEN'S SLIPPERS knitting pattern
- Get the CHILD'S SLIPPERS knitting pattern
- Get the SIDEWAYS SLIPPERS knitting pattern
- Get the CROCHET SLIPPERS knitting pattern
Amazing Siberian Slippers
What makes this slippers so amazing is that they are knit flat on straight needles in one piece but there are no seams or grafting. The designer learned this technique from a friend’s mother who lives in a tiny village in Siberia.