Easy baby slippers


Recently I posted adult retro slippers with a pattern (not translated into English yet) and few of you asked me if I can make even a smaller size.

So I adapted it into toddlers´ slippers and the best thing is that you can do the same. This free pattern is so easy that you can make whatever size you need. So let´s try together.


  • make dots on the sole with a glue gun so the shoes will not be so slippery on the floor, you can also use a sock stop liquid picture here 
  • you will need three sizes of the hooks, one for the shoe, one for the sole brim and one for the top shoe border
  • shoe size is 15 cm/5.9 in. The size could be adapted according to your choice. When you crochet these slippers for someone else, ask them to measure feet from the big toe to the heel and measure the circumference of instep
  • the pattern is not absolutely straight if you end with a slip stich (but it is easier for counting and for beginners) so with a use of a marker you can crochet in circles
  • if you use Bernat blanket yarn which is thicker, you will end up with a bigger size!

Good luck


BABY SLIPPERS, size 15 cm/5.9 in
Yarn: Himalaya Baby Dolphin white (80301) and grey (80350) have a peak zde.
Yarn alternatives for overseas (USA/Canada) are:
– YarnArt Dolce
– Kartopu Yumurcak
– Universal Yarn Bella Chenille
– Katia Bambi
– King Cole Yumi
Red Heart Velvety
Weight: Super Bulky
Meterage: 100 g (3.53 ounces)/120 m (135 yards) (! be careful original yarn Himalaya is a little bit thinner than Bernat blanket yarn so the result might vary)
Hook size: 4, 5 and 6 mm (I crochet pretty tight so you may need smaller hooks)
Time: at about 1 hour

Suitable for beginners

US terminology:
MC – Magic Circle
Sl St – slip stitch
CH – chain stitch
SC – single crochet
HDC – half double crochet
FP HDC – front post HDC
BP HDC – back post HDC

Each row starts with either 1 CH = Single Crochet or 1 loose CH = Half Double Crochet and ends with SlSt. This not apply if you use markers and crochet in circles.

Grey (hook 5 mm), CROCHET IN CIRCLES
1st row: 8 CH into MC
2nd row: 2 HDC into each CH from the previous row (16 HDC)
3rd row: 11 HDC crochet into gaps and then start the pattern FP HDC, BP HDC, FP HDC, BP HDC, FP HDC (16 totally)
4th – 10th row: 11 HDC crochet into gaps and then start the pattern FP HDC, BP HDC, FP HDC, BP HDC, FP HDC (16 totally)

11th – 16th row: 12 HDC into gaps crochet back and forth, please count your stitches the last one goes to the substitution from the previous row and sometimes you can just forget like me 🙂

You end up with a rectangle shape under the circle part of shoe. Fold it in half and with slip stitches joint the ends of rectangle. You make a seam in the heel part of the shoe. Follow the pictures in order to have a seam in the outter part of shoe 🙂

Upper edge of the shoe – white (hook 4 mm)
HDC around the shoe except the instep part. There you make SC.

Bottom edge of the shoe – white (hook 6 mm)
Turn the shoe sole facing to you and with a white yarn and slip stitches go around the shoe to indicate the sole.


1st row

2nd row

3rd row – pattern

4th-5th row

Now we have the “circle” part of the shoe

From now on we crochet back and forth, HDC into gaps, don´t forget to count 🙂

Almost done. Now join the edges with slip stitches

Turn the seam inside the shoe and it is done 🙂

Bottom edge of the shoe

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