Cozy Christmas Morning Slippers | Rohn Strong’s 2019 Christmas Collection

Opening presents just got a whole lot cozier with my Cozy Christmas Morning Slippers, these easy to crochet slippers are made with faux fur yarn!

YEP! You read that RIGHT!

Faux. Fur. Slippers.

Okay. So, here’s the thing. I love Thanksgiving but this year I kinda ignored it because for the last few weeks I’ve been working on my 2019 Christmas Collection. I’m too excited to start sharing all these patterns with you, so. Let’s just give thanks for Thanksgiving and move onto the Christmas Crafting…okay?


Today, I’m literally the most excited I’ve been all year about a pattern release. That’s because my Cozy Christmas Morning Slippers are here! They’re the perfect way to add a little warmth to those chilly winter mornings. To be honest, I haven’t taken mine off since I wove in the ends.

Heck, who am I kidding, we’re friends here. I didn’t even weave in the ends before slipping them on.

Find a printer-friendly, PDF version of the Cozy Christmas Morning Slippers in my Ravelry Shop HERE! The PDF version includes full-color, 6-page instructions with plenty of photos and a link to a supporting video tutorial.

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Faux fur yarns are quite the trend right now in the yarn industry. I think we all just want as much cozy as we can get right now and, I’m not hating it. As soon as I put my hands on this yarn I knew what I wanted to design. Socks. Slippers. Whatever.

A fur sweater for my feet.

My feet are always cold. Always. I wear crochet socks year round and in the winter they barely leave my feet. Another furry layer of warmth? Yes. Please.

The design was…a haul. I knew I wanted it to be easy to crochet but not too simple because I’d get bored. No one likes a boring slipper. Then again, I immediately thought how perfect these would be for last minute gifts and that meant they needed to be quick to stitch. So. I went to work.

Well, a few samples later and I was in business! The slippers are so easy to stitch you’ll be surprised. Just single crochet stitches! They’re completely seamless and you’ll only have a few ends to weave in.

This pattern is special too. It’s the first time I’ve written a pattern and filmed a full video tutorial! So, when you purchase the pattern you’ll receive a link to a private Youtube video that explains everything along the way. Even how to crochet with Faux Fur yarn!

So…who is ready to stitch up the Cozy Christmas Morning Slippers? These beginner-level slippers are made seamlessly from the sole to the ankle using basic crochet stitches! Click here to get the Cozy Christmas Morning Slippers pattern now.

My Top 5 FREE Crochet Sock Patterns

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Crochet socks are, as most of you may know, my favorite item to make. They are quick, easy, fun, and don’t take a whole lot of skill to complete. If you can crochet a hat, you can crochet a sock! Seriously!

The biggest thing you’ll have to tackle is fit. Once you’ve got the fit down, you’ve got the skills you need!

Today, I want to share with you my Top 5 FREE Crochet Sock Patterns I’ve made. They come from Lion Brand, Red Heart, and Myself. Working on these socks will help you improve your skills and set you up for success when you want to start working on more complicated socks later on.

These socks are all beginner and listed in no particular order. Simply click the links, head to the websites and go to town!

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1. Le Becque Socks

We’ll begin with one of my favorite patterns I’ve designed. The Le Becque Socks. These were for a free Crochet Along I had with the folks over at Furls Crochet Hooks. The pattern is still available online, though. The pattern is in three parts so you’ll just want to follow weeks 1-4 for all the info. They are a lot of fun and super stretchy. So, you won’t have to be too persnickety about fit!


2. Surf and Sand Socks

Okay so these might not be the most beginner of all the beginner socks but I can’t express just how fun they are. I designed these with variegated yarn in mind. I really wanted a type of stitch that would play with the yarn in the best way possible! I love how they came out…and that heel? So comfortable!


3. Men’s Crochet Socks

Lion Brand hit the mark with these fresh and fun crochet socks designed for men. A reinforced heel and classic toe allow the vanilla style sock construction to shine through. I love these socks and they’d work for just about anyone – not just men. I’d only caution on the fit. Take time to make a gauge swatch and measure well! Lion Brand sock yarn doesn’t have the most amount of stretch in it.

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4. Cozy at Home Crochet Socks

I learned to crochet socks from Karen Whooley and it wouldn’t be polite to list all my fav crochet socks and not include a design of hers. The Cozy at Home Crochet Socks are made for wearing around the house and look as comfy as they probably are. I’m not a huge fan of calling slippers…socks…because, well, they’re not. But I’m forgiving this small mistake because…honestly…look at that pink!


5. Colorful Crochet Socks

These socks are just fun to look at and easy to make. The cuff is worked horizontally which means you get all the east of working in rows and the stretch it offers! They work up super fast too. I’d work both cuffs, then move onto the feet from there! No second sock syndrome.


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My Most Popular Crochet Pattern!

This week I thought it would be fun to take a look at my crochet patterns and see which is the most popular. I have a lot of crochet patterns, so I wanted to narrow it down. Of course, I chose socks. What else is there?

So…what’s my most popular crochet pattern?

Candied Crossbones


These socks are my fav too! So, here is the story behind these socks. In 2013 I started running my Holiday Crochet Sock Club. It was always SO much fun and I loved running it. As a matter of fact, make sure you are on the lookout this year for a new an improved crochet sock club!

Anyways, these socks were designed as the Halloween socks! The yarn I used was called Farmer’s Market and looked like a bowl of candy. The cross cables make me think of crossbones. So. It was a no-brainer.

I worked these socks up and LOVED every single stitch. The socks are just awesome and fit really well.


They also look great in both solid and variegated yarns. I would even love to see it in self-striping yarn – that would be a whole heck of a lot of fun.

If you’re interested in working these up just click here to get the pattern for only $4.00. It comes in three sizes to fit a 7 (8, 9)” circumference! The length is totally adjustable and the repeat for the cuff is pretty customizable.

Anyways, have a great weekend yall!

xoxo, Rohn