Crochet Converse Slippers

Oh how I love Converse trainers ...only my husband could tell! I have few pairs but always wanted to have something like these crochet converse slippers. Now that I have found an inspiration together with a pattern I can finally make my own. This is a very easy project which can be accomplished even by a beginning crocheter, but if you are totally new to this topic check out some basic crochet lessons on Youtube.

I bet it won’t be a problem to do them in different sizes and colors for all your family members. To do this just use different sizes of hooks and thicker yarn. My favorite color is white with a thin, red stripe around the sole and what is yours? As soon as you finish crocheting, show them to us!

This pattern is available thx to Mun Tekemä but is in finish so let us know if u could help with translating.


1 round: First, make chain of 3. Join stitches with the first loop and do 12 DC into the middle of the circle. The first and the last stitch of the round is a slip stitch. (Translated by electronic translator and it needs improvment. Know finnish? Contact us on Facebook)


2 row start with ch3 (= one tripple crochet).
and make 2 tc in each stitch around. Close the round with a sst (slip stitch) again . Third and fourth round: tc in each stitch around.


Change the color! 5 to 8. row: Continue to crochet sc in the round. Slipper is divided into front flap and the other slipper!



9 row: Continue to the next round and finish the first two columns of the same loop, 4 column, two columns with the same loop, 4 column, and two columns with the same loop. Making a total of 14 columns. continue back and forth to crochet a total of about 12 to 14 rows.


The last layer: 1kjs, 3 dc, 1/2 column, 5 column, half column, 3 dc.



Slipper Other:
9 row: Beg for the same loop as the front flap and finish the first layer without adding columns. Continue tossua crochet back and forth. 10 to 12. row start and stop layer always virkkamalla two columns of the first and last loop. , 13 row to start the round with a layer two columns of the first loop and add the 8 loop of the two pillars. Finish floor in the round with two columns of the last loop. , 14 row: No additions 15 to 17. row: Continue tossua adding a layer to the top and the end of the poles. , 18 st sc. instructions layer 13, Appendix 9 that the loop. of 19 row: No additions 20 to 21. st floor and the top end of the additions if you need to crochet tossua about 22-25 rows. In recent Such layers I did not do any more additions. Leave a long piece of thread to sew a position of center back seam together.



Sew the center back seam together. Weave in ends. Crochet two rounds of fixed loops of red thread around the edge of the sneaker. The front flap is not fixed loops!




1 row to start brand-white crochet 3 chain stitches with the first loop is made ​​of 12 columns. Close the layer piilosilmukalla. 2 row for each column, two columns, close the layer piilosilmukalla. 3 row: The last layer of the official with fixed loops. Every third loop of two fixed loops. Close piilosilmukalla layer. Leave a long thread, which you can stick the sign sew slipper. complete the character stitching with black star and dashed lines. Bookmark the constellation could instead put on their shoes even the letters of the name.


(Translated by electronic translator and it needs improvment. Know finnish? Contact us on Facebook)

10 thoughts on “Crochet Converse Slippers

  1. Tannen Aee says:

    I’m going to try to crochet the converse sneaker slippers with the instructions that were best give in English . They could stand to be rewritten better in English..

  2. Luis Tobar says:

    Do know where I can buy these at? Like already made and exactly how it is on the top picture?

  3. Alex says:

    @luistobar, and all others that want to know where to get these: could you please send me an e-mail at woox235 at gmail d0t com? I may have a solution, but wish to discuss it privately. Thanks!

  4. Patrice Walker says:

    Bing Translate seems to be better than Google Translate. You might try that. It’s a little confusing as the same stitch seems to be called different things (e.g., single crochet, double crochet, treble crochet). From the photos, it all looks like US double crochet to me. I’m assuming the yarn is worsted weight acrylic.

  5. Susan Knight Dunn says:

    These are awesome! I will have to give them a try. Thanks for the pattern and the photos!

  6. Stephan says:

    the abbreviation kjs (under picture 3) stands for Ketjusilmukka, which in Dutch translates into ‘chain stitch’. The video in the link is in South African, so I presume you won’t understand what’s being said. However, the video itself should tell you all you need to know.

    Greetz from Holland.

    P.S.: I found it impossible to start with a 3-stitch loop, instead I started with a 6-stitch magic loop, enabling me to start with a fully closed tip of the shoe. ;)

  7. lacie graves says:

    What size foot did this pattern make, what size hook and yarn we’re used? My husband wants wants a pair…

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