• [Free Pattern] Your Men’s Feet Will Be In Heaven With These Super Comfortable Crochet Slippers

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    These slippers are perfect for warm feet around the house. The Men's Slippers Crochet Pattern Free courtesy of is great to make comfy and durable slippers that are both well-made and super comfortable and a perfect gift for a man. The pattern comes with instructions given to fit a man's shoe size 8/9 however instructions on changes for 10/11 and 12/13 are also provided.


    Men's Slippers Crochet Pattern Free

    Your man is going to love these comfortable crochet slippers! They're perfect for lounging around the house on lazy weekends or after a long day at work. The pattern is easy to follow, and the slippers can be made in any size. Plus, they're so comfy that he'll never want to take them off! So what are you waiting for? Get started on these slippers today, and your man will be thanking you for years to come.


    • • Plymouth Yarn Encore Tweed medium (worsted) weight acrylic/wool/rayon yarn (3 1/2 oz/200 yds/100g per ball):
    • 1 [2, 2] ball(s) #5854 navy
    • • Size G/6/4mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
    • • Tapestry needle
    • • Stitch markers

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    10 Comments to [Free Pattern] Your Men’s Feet Will Be In Heaven With These Super Comfortable Crochet Slippers

    1. I cannot find the pattern for the men’s knittd slippers.
      Can anyone tell me what to do.
      Many thanks

      • dailycrochet

        Hi Jan please click on the “Men’s Slippers Crochet Pattern Free” link to open the pattern’s page or right at the end of the article: ” Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at:…..LINK”. Hope this helps! 🙂

    2. I am having trouble understanding row 1 for the top? When it says 4 sc in last ch, what does that mean? And then it states to work on the opposite of foundation ch? I don’t understand what that means either?