St. Patty Slapper Crochet Slippers Pattern

St. Patty Slapper Crochet Slippers

Well, I designed these slippers while I was sitting in the car waiting for an appointment the other morning. I’m so glad I took my yarn and hook because this is a cracker of a pattern. I love it!! And the naming of this slipper was a tonne of fun with everyone’s input from the Crochet Hooks You Facebook Page, big thank you to Alyssa Castillo for hitting the nail on the head for the final naming. :-)

Why are these called what they are? Well, they have the irish colors, when you’re at home you slap your feet around and they are crochet slippers. :-)

Have fun making the St. Patty Slapper Crochet Slippers Pattern!

Materials Required

1 ball of Red Heart Super Saver Chunky Buff Yarn (bulky category 5)

1 ball of Red Heart Super Saver Chunky White Yarn (bulky category 5)

1 ball of Red Heart Super Saver Chunky Tea Leaf Yarn (bulky category 5)

6.5mm Crochet Hook

Craft Scissors

Yarn Needle

4 Buttons

White Cotton Thread

Sewing Needle

2 Sewing Pins

Skill Level

Intermediate

Size

This pattern is for a ladie’s size:

AUS – 6 to 7

U.S./CAN – 7.5 to 8.5

U.K. – 5 to 6

EUR – 38 to 39

I haven’t tested for other sizes as yet. You can try using a larger hook for larger sizes. If you do test, please leave notes in the comment box below on what hook size you used to get whatever size you make so it makes it easy for others to make. Thank you!

 

St. Patty Slapper Crochet Slippers Video Tutorials

Are you more of a visual person? Watch me crochet the entire slipper and you can crochet along with me!

Click here to watch me crochet the St. Patty Slapper Crochet Slipper.

 

Stitches & Terms

This pattern is using U.S. Stitches & Terms. To convert stitches go to my Crochet Stitch Conversion Chart.

BLs = Back Loops

ch = chain

ch-3 = 3 chain stitches made at the start of a round

dc = double crochet

dc2tog = double crochet 2 stitches together

hdc = half double crochet

hdc2tog = half double crochet 2 stitches together

hk = hook

opp. = opposite

rnd = round

sc = single crochet

sc2tog = single crochet 2 stitches together

sl st = slip stitch

sp = space

st/s = stitch/es

unused loops = loops at the bottom of a stitch/foundation chain that haven’t been crocheted into yet

Written Instructions (Make 2)

Sole

With Buff Yarn, ch 16.

Rnd 1: 1 sc into 2nd ch from hk, 1 sc into each of the next 13 ch sts, 5 sc into last ch st, (working on opp. side of foundation chain into unused loops and over yarn tail) 1 sc into each of the next 13 unused loops, 2 sc into the last unused loop, sl st into 1st sc to join. (34 sts)

Rnd 2: ch 3, 1 dc into same sp as join, 1 dc into each of the next 14 sts, 2 dc into each of the next 3 sts, 1 dc into each of the next 14 sts, 2 dc into each of the last 2 sts, sl st into top of ch-3 to join. (40 sts)

Rnd 3: ch 3, 1 dc into each of the next 15 sts, 2 dc into each of the next 6 sts, 1 dc into each of the next 16 sts, 2 dc into each of the last 2 sts, sl st into top of ch-3 to join. (48 sts)

Finish off.

Sides

With White Yarn, join with a sl st into the BL of st where you last finished off.

Rnd 4: (work in BLs only for the round), ch 1, 1 sc into same sp as join, 1 sc into each st around to the end, sl st into 1st sc to join.

Rnd 5: ch 1, 1 sc into same sp as join, 1 sc into each st around to the end, sl st into 1st sc to join.

Rnd 6: Rep Rnd 5.

Finish off.

Top

With Tea Leaf Yarn, join with a sl st into st where you last finished off.

Rnd 7: ch 1, 1 sc into same sp as join, 1 sc into each of the next 13 sts, sc2tog (twice), hdc2tog (twice), dc2tog (twice), hdc2tog (twice), sc2tog (twice), 1 sc into each of the next 14 sts, sl st into 1st sc to join. (38 sts)

Rnd 8: ch 1, 1 sc into same sp as join, 1 sc into each of the next 12 sts, sc2tog, hdc2tog, dc2tog (twice), hdc2tog, sc2tog, 1 sc into each of the next 13 sts, sl st into 1st sc to join. (32 sts)

Rnd 9: sl st around into each of next 31 sts.

Finish off.

Weave in yarn tails with a yarn needle.

Band

With Buff Yarn, ch 13.

Rnd 1: 1 sc into 2nd ch from hk, 1 sc into each of the next 10 ch sts, 4 sc into last ch st, (working on opp. side of foundation chain) 1 sc into each of the next 10 unused loops, 3 sc into the last unused loop, sl st into 1st sc to join.

Finish off.

Put the slipper on your foot and pin the band onto each side of the slipper with sewing pins. Take the slipper off. Sew buttons onto each end of the band.

You can even add an insole insert into the slipper for extra comfort!

Share a photo of your St. Patty Slapper Crochet Slippers on the Crochet Hooks You Facebook Page.

All the best,

Paula Daniele

 

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Comments

  1. Karen Rene Ruthenstorfer says:

    Thanks for the “Beloved” patterns, have already made 6 BUT would have been useful if a *Note* at beginning , to read information on donating BEFORE someone starts crocheting…this is not a criticism of your site- my own stupidity probably, but didnt realise about the importance of Hygiene etc.whilst making hats .,…perhaps you could add a NOTE to your pattern page? Having trouble finding somewhere here in Germany to donate to, e-mailed a local Childrens Hospice, but got no reply. Really enjoy your website and videos. … hope to get good enough to make something other than hats, like a summer top eg. Really enjoy your site. Dankeschön.

  2. Dahlia says:

    So very cute!! Thank you for sharing!

  3. Marie says:

    I haven’t crochet in years! Now I can not stop. Your a wonderful teacher.I was wondering, on the slapper slippers, can you increase the chain stitch instead of using a larger hook? Happy Crocheting to you..

    • Paula says:

      That’s great, Marie! Yes, you can increase the amount of chain stitches, you will just have to account for the extra stitches you will need to make depending on how many ch sts you added into the pattern. Happy Crochet to you too! :-)

      • mary smith says:

        Hi my name is Mary and I really like this shoe,I wear a size 10to11 shoe do anyone know how many stitches to chain for this size

  4. Joanne Kitchen says:

    I added 2 extra stitches at the beginning and adjusted for this all the way along and it fits Uk size 7 womens,I also added a couple of extra rows of green around the top of the heel part because it didn`t come quite far enough up the back of the heel for me. Its a really simple and great fitting pattern.

    • Paula says:

      That’s great, Joanne. Thank you very much for sharing what worked for you.

  5. Gayle Kohlenberg says:

    Hello Paula -

    I just love these slippers. I have a condition in my legs that causes my feet to swell. Oh, oh, I would need a bigger size as a result. Could you not just start the sole with more chains and increase stitches as you move up the sides?

    Million thanks.

    Gayle

    • Paula says:

      Hello Gayle, yes I love these slippers too. They are so comfy. For a bigger size you can increase the amount of stitches along the sides.

  6. Natasha McCray says:

    Hello Everyone,
    Paula I love this pattern. I have tried bigger needles to make bigger sizes and the only problem I had is on the top the holes are bigger. I just rectified by sewing a heart on the top. I have also used double yarn on the sole to make it a bit thicker and it came out great. Thank you for the pattern!

    • Paula says:

      That’s great, Natasha! Thanks for sharing that info and I’m glad to hear you love this pattern. :-)

  7. Iris Morgan says:

    Very cute ..thanks for sharing .. You are a good teacher.

  8. Persida says:

    LOVE this pattern. The only thing I could crochet for years was the granny square. Now, thanks to your tutorial I have made a Slappy slipper!!!! I used a 5.50 mm crochet hook so it is small. However it is adorable. Because I can’t read crochet pattern I will have to play around with it to made a pair for a size 8 foot!!!

  9. Cynthia says:

    Are the instructions the same for both feet? I’m checking because in one of the videos I thought I heard there were instructions for the left foot. It might have been for another slipper.

  10. Ramo says:

    Follow up: Sorry, my mistake, I used same brand of yarn, but category 4 (not 5 like you used)…
    So I am going to give them to my niece.

  11. Laura says:

    Hi, these are the cutest slippers! I adjusted them to get a size 7-8. I used 7mm hook but quite thin wool. I added a 4th round to the sole and added extra stitches through the rest, I also added an extra round of double stitch between (your pattern’s) round 8 and 9. Turned out great!

    (I haven’t made the band yet but I’m guessing I’ll have to make them a little longer too)

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