A collage of pictures of chunky slippers.

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It’s cold today. Wouldn’t a pair of chunky, toasty slippers be just lovely?

Of course it would, and thus here is today’s collection of warm, comfy and chunky slippers for wearing around the house. Without a doubt,  they will keep your feet lovely and toasty on even the coldest stone floor. They are easy to make, and will therefore be a great idea for a present. All three patterns are equally beautiful, and equally comfortable to wear. Moreover, because they’re so simple, you can endow the whole family and keep everyone happy. However, by far the most joy will be had by kids who will put a whole new dimension of fun into their hardwood floor surfing.

Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks

 Just like chilli peppers have their heat scales, so do chunky slippers. These ones are the scotch bonnets of the slipper world. Consequently, they’re perfect for a Thanksgiving or Christmas at the cottage.

Designer: Pam Carr

Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks

The full article about this pattern is here:

Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks

Slipper Boots

These are the Cadillacs of homemade slippers, easy to put on and take off and super attractive. They are quite shapely with their well defined sole and cuff.

Skills: Easy    Designer: Erika Knight


The full article about this pattern is here:

Slipper Boots

More info about photographed project here.

Chukka Slippers on Flip Flop Soles

Using simple flop-flops, you can make your slippers even warmer. The flip flop sole will protect you from sliping on a wet floor and additionally add some water and wear resistance to your slippers.

Skills: Easy    Designer:  Jess Coppom

chukka slippers on flip flop soles

The full article about this pattern is here:

Chukka Crochet Slipper Boots

Chunky Slippers

Chunky slippers… need we say more? Indeed not, these are classic and super useful, easy slippers that you can have a hurry.

Skills: Easy    Designer: Crochet by Jennifer

chunky slippers

The full article about this pattern is here:

Chunky Slippers and on Ravelry

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  1. Eslyn Pember says:

    can you please tell me how to print the free patterns

    1. Hi Eslyn, you can copy a pattern and paste the text into a text editor, eg. Word, Google doc.

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