Felted Men's Slip-ons

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Felted Men's Slip-ons Pattern


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Crocheting: Felted Men's Slip-ons
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet
  • increase
  • decrease

Pattern Description:

These slippers are warm and comfy!

As they are crocheted with simple stitches, holding 2 strands of wool, they work up really quick, allowing you to make a cuddly pair of slippers for everyone in the family!

These slip-ons look great on men and women alike and the pattern includes instructions for a variety of sizes.

For narrow/smaller sizes, please see the Felted Ladies' Slip-ons crochet pattern also listed on this site.


14 sc and 16 rows (worked with 2 strands of wool) = 10.2 cm (4") square

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Men's 7-8 or Women's 8.5-9.5 = 9.75" Length x 3.5" Wide
  • Men's 8-9 or Women's 9.5-10.5 = 10" Length x 3.5" Wide
  • Men's 9-10 or Women's 10.5-11.5 = 10.25" Length x 3.5" Wide
  • Men's 10-11 or Women's 11.5-12.5 = 10.5" Length x 3.5" Wide
  • Men's 11-12 or Women's 12.5-13.5 = 10.75" Length x 3.5" Wide
  • Men's 12-13 or Women's 13.5-14.5 = 11" Length x 3.5" Wide


  • 560 yds 100% Patons Classic Wool
  • 6.00 mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge

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About Designer

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British Columbia/Saskatchewan
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Crochet designs by Kim Miller and Tara Schreyer. We are a team of two long-time friends and business partners, encouraging and inspiring each other.

Tara Schreyer has been working in the crochet design industry since 2008. Her designs are made with simple lines and colour with the modern family in mind. She is contsantly learning different stitches and techniques to inspire her next creation. ...

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