If you’ve been online (particularly on Pinterest) at all in the last year or so, you’ve seen a crochet shoe here and there.
Well, I’m here to tell you, there are TONS of great crochet shoe patterns on the inter webs and narrowing this roundup down to just 7 was a challenge.
Believe it or not you can make just about any kind of shoe with crochet – sandals, flats, slippers, and even boots!
Check out my top 7 favorite crochet shoe patterns below – just click the title or the photo to access the pattern.
2. Crochet Slipper Ankle Boots
3. Women’s Crochet Boat Slippers
4. Fur Pom Pom Crochet Slippers
5. Lacey Wool Crochet Slippers
6. Another Tribal Crochet Moccasin Pattern
7. Crochet Sweater Winter Boots
Don’t forget to PIN this roundup to your Pinterest boards!
What kind of shoes will you make? Comment below!
I haven’t quite mastered making a ‘matching’ set of items yet. By matching, I mean each item of the set are approximately the same size. Example: baby shoes. One of them is always bigger or smaller than the original and it takes several (many!) attempts before the second shoe is kinda similar to the original. Same with gloves. I have no idea what the ‘trick’ is to making a left & right identical item is; I’ve yet to figure it out. LOL
I keep searching for an answer!!
Thank you for the pattern links!!
I’ve found that my issue with this is tension. My first one always comes out smaller because I’m working my stitches tighter and am more tense – then when I know what I’m doing I relax on the second one and then it comes out bigger! So try to match your tension 🙂
Or if you consistently have the first side come out bigger or something and tension awareness doesn’t help, try going up or down a hook size to adjust for whatever unknown difference you are making. Hope this helps!
Theresa Schreiber says
I am going to make the sweater boots for my granddaughters and for a friend of the family..