Crochet Boots and Slippers

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How about these lovely crochet boots ? These are inspired by the traditional Russian Pavlovsky Posad shawls! These gorgeous boots are hand crocheted and hand stitched to a steady rubber sole, with felt inner sole for more comfort. If you are a fan of bright impressions, these gorgeous crochet booties are the perfect choice. They will guarantee a good mood for you and others. Find the patterns here. Enjoy!

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46 Responses to “Crochet Boots and Slippers”

  1. evelynno says:

    where are the patterns, I clicked a link that said patterns for crochet boots. they aren’t here.
    did I miss them.

    • designer says:

      check the link above please…

    • heyyou says:

      The question was WHERE IS THE PATTERN that is linked to this page, not where is the link to buy them 😉 I’ll work the pattern out and post it for free…$123??? Really? I don’t think so.

      • Samantha says:

        Agreed! If they’re going to post something like this, it should include the free patterns. Very frustrating!!!

      • Me says:

        $123?!?!? Are you insane??? There is no way in the world I would pay that much for them even if they were already made!

        • Tracy B says:

          What they are selling is the handmade item – altho at the end of page 4 they are selling the soles to make your own with. I agree, those prices are more than what I would pay, I can make them myself thank you.

      • Krisaundra Weening says:

        If you (or honestly anyone talented enough to do so) really are one of those very talented individuals who can look at a photo then turn it into an affordable pattern than PLEASE, I literally beg of you to share your wisdom so that the average person can make these themselves for their loved ones, or even themselves, rather than spend basically $100 buying each pair?..
        I know it would mean the world to me, and I’m sure, many others! I am re-learning crocheting (as well as pretty much everything else from feeding myself, writing, reading, walking and tons more) after a life altering accident that included 3 breaks in my neck, frontal and temporal lobe brain injuries, and at least 100 other broken bones… It has taken me 7 years to get this far, but I still have quite a ways to go. I miss being able to crochet with ease so am reacquainting myself with simple projects and working my way up again and slippers like the ones pictured above. Personally the ones I would love to learn how to make are the super girly, cute, lacy ones in photo #2, or the fabulously warm looking ones (minus the leaves and flowers, which I would also love to be able to make but maybe for another project…lol) in photo #3, the more fitted version of some of the others in photo #5 (again without the very cute little crocheted balls, but I would still LOVE to learn how to make those little balls as they are a more finished look than traditional pom poms and I can think of tons of ways to use them on other projects, even this, just not quite so many,..lol),, and last but far from least are the adorable little greyish blue coloured, double strapped cross over closure look bootie slippers, would be all amazing patterns to work my way up to…
        The very idea of maybe being able to make any or all of these for family and close friends by Christmas 2015 would be mind boggling to me, and I am certain would be just as much, or even more so to all those who have watched me regain old loved hobbies, with learning it the second time around even harder because of having to always get past how easy these things used to be for me to learn, yet now relearning them has been incredibly harder with the roadblocks left behind by the scar tissue from the head injuries or whatever that makes learning so much harder now, but I am seven years into my rehab now and intend to continue to pursue everything I loved doing and lost so I can then work on learning things I always wanted to, but have been thrown off track temporarily as I beat all the odds going from a quadriplegic to a woman who walks with a cane and pursues everyday in getting back what I once too hugely for granted! 🙂
        So if anyone should create a pattern for any or all of these, even if the patterns are not free, please message me via FB as I would truly love to have these be my next major goal! Thank you in advance to anyone who even attempts figuring these out! <3

        • Vera says:

          Crochet Adult Slipper Bootie

          I’ve had so very many requests to design slipper booties for adults and now I’ve finally done it! This is my very first design of a Crochet Adult Slipper Bootie so over time I will perfect them but for now this one is what we’ve got so far. This bootie will fit a 5 to 6.5 size foot. I’ve only tested this size so far. To test making larger sizes, use a larger hook than a 6.5mm hook and chunky yarn, only crochet up the sole first and measure it against the bottom of the foot. If the sole is the right size and fits your foot then follow on with the rest of the patttern to make your slipper booties.

          Materials Required

          1 ball of Red Heart Super Saver Chunky Yarn, color: White

          1 ball of Red Heart Super Saver Chunky Yarn, color: Tea Leaf

          6.5mm crochet hook

          yarn needle

          craft scissors

          Skill Level

          Easy

          Stitches & Terms

          This pattern is using U.S. stitches and terms. To convert stitches go to my Crochet Stitch Conversion Chart.

          BL = Back Loop

          ch = chain

          ch-1 = 1 chain stitch previously made

          ch-2 – 2 chain stitches previously made

          dc = double crochet

          dc2tog = double crochet 2 stitches together

          hdc = half double crochet

          hdc2tog = half double crochet 2 stitches together

          hk = hook

          opp. = opposite

          sc = single crochet

          sl st = slip stitch

          sp = space

          st/s = stitch/es

          Basic Crochet Stitch & Technique Video Tutorials

          Crochet Adult Slipper Bootie Video Tutorial

          IN PROGRESS

          Written Instructions (Make 2)

          Sole

          With tea leaf yarn, ch 14.

          Rnd 1: sc in 2nd ch from hk, 1 sc into each of next 11 ch sts, 5 sc into last ch st, (working on opp. side of foundation chain and over yarn tail) 1 sc into each of next 11 unused loops, 2 sc into last unused loop, join with a sl st into 1st sc. (30 sts)

          Rnd 2: (1 sc, ch 1, 1 dc) into same sp as join, 1 dc into each of next 11 sts, 2 dc into each of next 5 sts, 1 dc into each of next 11 sts, 2 dc into each of the next 2 sts, join with a sl st into ch-1. (38 sts)

          Rnd 3: (1 sc, ch 1, 1 dc) into same sp as join, 1 hdc into each of next 15 sts, 2 dc into each of next 5 sts, 1 hdc into each of next 15 sts, 2 dc into each of last 2 sts, join with a sl st into ch-1 and change to white yarn. (46 sts)

          Sides

          Rnd 4: ch 2, 1 hdc into the BL of each st around to the end, join with a sl st into top of ch-2.

          Weave in both yarn tails with a yarn needle.

          Rnds 5 – 6: ch 2, 1 hdc into each st around to the end, join with a sl st into top of ch-2.

          Shaping Top of Bootie & Toe

          Rnd 7: ch 2, 1 hdc into each of next 10 sts, dc2tog (12 times), 1 hdc into each of next 11 sts, join with a sl st into top of ch-2. (34 sts)

          Rnd 8: ch 1, 1 sc into same sp as join, 1 sc into each of next 10 sts, hdc2tog (6 times), 1 sc into each of next 11 sts, join with a sl st into 1st sc. (28 sts)

          Rnd 9: ch 1, 1 sc into same sp as join, 1 sc into each of next 9 sts, hdc2tog (4 times), 1 sc into each of next 10 sts, join with a sl st into 1st sc. (24 sts)

          Rnd 10: ch 1, 1 sc into same sp as join, 1 sc into each of next 8 sts, hdc2tog (3 times), 1 sc into each of next 9 sts, join with a sl st into 1st sc. (21 sts)

          Ankle

          Rnds 11 – 18: ch 1, 1 sc into same sp as join, 1 sc into each st around to the end, join with a sl st into 1st sc and change to tea leaf yarn.

          Rnds 19 – 20: ch 1, 1 sc into same sp as join, 1 sc into each st around to the end, join with a sl st into 1st sc.

          Finish off.

          Weave in yarn tails with a yarn needle.

          Fold cuff down or leave up.

          I hope this helps out some…if I had your email address I could send you some….

      • Sherry says:

        garnstudio.com/lang/us/pattern.php?id=5265&lang=us

    • Goldye says:

      Me too. I clicked the link and it went to buy them not make them.

  2. ola says:

    Jak mozna kupic takie buty bo bardzo mi sie podobaja

  3. Brenda says:

    I wondered where I can get the pattern to make the
    above boots. Appreciate it!,,,,,Thanks!…..:)

  4. violette says:

    je ne trouve pas les explications??
    je clique…mais rien !!

  5. Frances says:

    I can not see the link to click for the patern

  6. Von says:

    Holy Cow!! Too expensive!!!

  7. Trudy says:

    the links above take you to an etsy shop to purchase the finished product but there are no listings to buy the pattern to make them. Where can we find the actual crochet pattern to either purchase or download?

  8. Jenni says:

    When you click the link, you just get the list of pictures for the different styles of boots, but no links to patterns. Please advise.

  9. Rebecca from ChemKnits says:

    These are stunning! Unfortunately the etsy shop linked in the article and the comments (http://www.etsy.com/shop/JoyForToes?page=1) contains listings for the boots for sale, there are no listings to purchase the crochet patterns. Are there pattern PDF’s for these boots for sale somewhere or can you only purchase the finished crochet boots?

  10. Trudy says:

    This link has a pattern very similar to the tall boots with the flowers on it. https://www.etsy.com/transaction/149455992

  11. Aleta says:

    Just find a pattern for a bootie and when you get to the ankle,keep crocheting up as long as you want the boot to be. Find patterns for flowers or other embellishments and add those,too. If you want the sole for outside, Google where to buy them. If you don’t crochet,Knot Addicted on Facebook can make similar ones for $25+shipping and tax.

  12. Janis says:

    Where I can buy those slippers?

  13. Mary says:

    There is a very similar pay for pattern for the pink and blue scrunched boots here https://www.knitpicks.com/patterns/Cozy_Slippers_Crochet_Boots__D10928220.html

  14. Elizabeth Grifin says:

    If you search the site for patterns you can find them. The search window is atthe top of the page.

  15. janiece harvey says:

    Can anyone tell me where I can get the pattern for the crochet bubble boots. I can not afford to pay what they want for them.

  16. Michelle says:

    I am trying to find the pattern for the RED boots – does anyone know where I could find it?

    Thank you!
    The Etsy link wasn’t helpful…

  17. JoyForToes says:

    etsy.com/listing/208620188/crochet-pattern-joyfortoes-home-slippers

  18. jas says:

    These are NOT free patterns! why do you call them free patterns when they’re far from it? so not right!?!

  19. Alexis Bayley says:

    Please send me a copy of your pattern for the adult boot slippers

  20. AngelaB says:

    Just realized the ones I found that linked me to this page are not even pictured above…lol

  21. Rose Woodbury says:

    I would love to have the Patterns for these Slippers.

  22. Emma says:

    Can you please send ne the pattern

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