Tassel Slip-on Slippers Crochet Pattern
You know how some days you’re just feeling a little indulgent? It was on one of those exact days that the idea for these ultra-plush Tassel Slip-On Crochet Slippers was born.
I’m one of those people who’s always cold, so I appreciate a good slipper. I wanted to design an easy crochet slipper that would be both super cozy, and also look modern and elegant.
These slippers are a perfect combination of boho and modern style. They’re worked up in single crochet so not only are they fast to crochet, but they’re also an easy one. They’re a great pattern for those that are learning how to crochet slippers.
I used Cascade 220 Superwash for these slippers and it’s the perfect yarn for this project. Cascade 220 is 100% wool, so you know you’re working with an all-natural, top quality yarn. Its wool fibers lend this yarn plenty of durability and warmth, which is perfect for these slippers. Plus, it’s super affordable and comes in a wide range of colors so you can make your slippers just as unique as you are.
I used navy to give my Tassel Slippers a little Colonial vibe, but you can use any color you’d like. This crochet slipper pattern will soon be your go-to project for crochet footwear.
Hook(s) size: 4.5mm
Yarn weight: Worsted
Preferred type of yarn: 100% Superwash Merino Wool
Suggested yarn: 1 skein of Cascade 220 Superwash Merino in Navy (Color A) – 160 yards, 1 skein of Cascade 220 Superwash Merino in Silver Heather (Color B) – 60 yards
Tools – Scissors, tapestry needle
Approx. finished dimensions: Sole length: 9” Width (widest part of the tongue): 4”
Gauge: 1” = 3 sc by 2.5 rows
- You will sew together 2 soles for each slipper for added comfort
- Ch – chain, dc – double crochet, st(s) – stitch(es), sl/st – slip stitch, hdc – half double crochet, sc – single crochet, dc2tog – double crochet 2 together, sc2 tog – single crochet 2 together
Slipper soles – make 4
Color A: Ch 23
Ch 3 counts as a dc
Round 1: Place 3 dc into the 4th ch from the hook. Dc into the next 18 sts; dc 7 times into the last chain. You will now be working down the other side of the chain. Dc into the next 18 sts, dc 3 times into the same space where you worked the first 3 dc. Sl/st into the top of the first dc. – 50 sts
Round 2: Ch 3, dc into the same st. Place 2 dc into each of the next 3 sts, then hdc into the following 6 sts. Sc into the next 12 sts, then place 2 hdc into each of the next 6 sts. Sc into the next 12 sts, then hdc into the following 6 sts. Place 2 dc into each of the last 3 sts. Sl/st into the top of the first dc. – 62 sts
Round 3: Ch 3, dc into the same st. (1 dc into the next st, 2 dc into the following st); repeat 2 more times. Hdc into the next 7 sts, then sc into the following 14 sts. Place 2 sc into the next st. (1 sc into the following st, 2 sc into the next st); repeat 2 more times. Sc into the next 14 sts, then hdc into the following 7 sts. (Place 2 dc into the next st, 1 dc into the following st); repeat 2 more times. Sl/st into the top of the first dc. Cut yarn and tie off. – 72 sts
Round 4: Place 2 of the soles together right sides facing out and sc together using color B. Sl/st into beginning sc. – 72 sts
Round 5: Ch 1, sc into the same spaces as ch 1 and into each st around. Sl/st into beginning sc, cut yarn and tie off. – 72 sts
Round 6: Find the center at the top of the sole and count 12 sts to the right. Attach color A into the 12th st. Ch 1, sc into the same st and into the next 15 sts, hdc into the following 4 sts.Dc2tog twice then dc into each of the next 4 sts. Dc2tog twice then hdc into the next 4 sts; sc into the next 16 sts. Hdc into the next 4 sts then dc2tog 6 times; hdc into the last 4 sts. Sl/st into the first sc. – 62 sts
Round 7: Ch 1, sc into the same st and into the next st. Sc2tog 7 times, hdc into the following 4 sts. Dc into the next 10 sts, then hdc into the following 4 sts. Sc2tog 7 times, then sc into the next 2 sts. Sl/st into the next 16 sts, sl/st into beginning sc. – 50 sts
Round 8: Ch 1, sc into the same st and into the next 9 sts. Hdc into the next 4 sts then dc into the following 7 sts. Hdc into the next 4 sts, sc into the following 9 sts. Sl/st into the next 16 st; sl/st into first sc. Cut yarn and tie off. 50 sts
Tongue: (Make 2)
Ch 3 counts as a dc
Using Color A, ch 5, sl/st into beginning ch
Row 1: Ch 3, dc 6 times into the center of the circle – 7 sts
Row 2: Ch 3, turn. Place 2 dc into each st – 14 sts
Row 3: Ch 3, turn, 2 dc into first st, 1 dc into following st. *2 dc into next st, 1 dc into following st; repeat from* to end. – 21 sts
Ch 1 does not count as a stitch
Row 4: Ch 1, turn. You will now be working down the flat edge of the semi-circle. Sc 12 times across. – 12 sts
Row 5-14: Ch 1, turn. Sc into each st across. – 12 sts
Cut yarn and tie off leaving a long tail to sew the tongue onto the top of the slipper. Pin the tongue into place at the front of the slipper and sew on using a tapestry needle.
Tassels (make 4)
Using color B, wrap yarn around an 8” block, 10 times. Cut a 16” piece of yarn and tie tightly through the loop at the top. Cut another piece of yarn and tie it around the top to create the tassel. Trim the ends until the tassel is approx 2.5”. Sew 2 tassels onto the top of each slipper. Weave in all ends.
These slippers are one of my favorite crochet projects. I love working on a speedy crochet pattern, and these slippers are perfect gift ideas for the upcoming holidays because you can make them quickly and easily.
Plus, they’re super cute.
I think you’re going to love this easy crochet pattern as much as I do, and once you feel the cushy wool, you won’t want to take them off.
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