Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Slipper Socks

One of the first projects I learned how to make were these slipper socks! They are so warm and super comfortable! They may not be high fashion, but when it comes to having your tootsies be warm... i'll take anything! They are also super easy to make. As a beginner, I whipped a bunch of these out!


This pattern calls for 2 strands of yarn.

You may also use only 1 strand of yarn for a lighter slipper. This works well if you want to alter the pattern to make an even smaller slipper. This all red slipper is made with only 1 strand of yarn.

The pattern includes Men's, Women's and Children sizes.

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Slipper Socks

Men's: Fits shoe sizes 8-12 - Size J Crochet Hook
Women's: Fits shoe sizes 5-10 - Size I Crochet Hook
Children's: Fits shoe sizes 9-12 - Size I Crochet Hook

NOTES: The instructions are written for children's size with changes for women's and men's in parentheses. All sizes are worked with 2 strands of yarn.

You may also use only 1 strand of yarn for a lighter slipper. This works well if you want to alter the pattern to make an even smaller slipper. This all red slipper is made with only 1 strand of yarn.

Round 1: Ch 2, work 5 sc into 2nd ch from hook to form a circle. Mark last st of this rnd with a pin, then move pin to mark the end of each succeeding rnd.

Round 2: Work 3 sc into each sc around {15}

Round 3: (2 sc in first sc, sc in each of next 2 sc) around {20}

Round 4-16 (18): For men's and women's sizes only, (2 sc in first sc, sc in each of next 3 sc) around {25} Work even on 20 (25-25) sc for 12 (12-14) rnds more. Do not finish off.

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Ch 11

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each of the next 9 chs; sc in each of the next 20 (25-25) sc; sc in each ch on opposite side of beg ch; ch 1, turn. {40 (45-45)}

Row 2-9: Sc in back loop of each sc across; ch 1, turn.

Row 10: Sc in each of next 18 (20-20) sc, dec over next 2 sts as follows: draw up a loop in each of the next 2 sts: 3 loops on hook; YO and pull through all 3 loops on hook; work 0 (1-1) sc, dec as before over next 2 sts, sc in each of next 18 (20-20) sc; ch 1, turn.

Row 11: Sc in each of next 17 (19-19) sc, dec over next 2 sts, work 0 (1-1) sc, dec, sc in each of next 17 (19-19) sc; ch 1, turn.

Row 12: Sc in each of next 16 (18-18) sc, dec, work 0 (1-1) sc, dec, sc in each of next 16 (18-18) sc; ch 1, turn.

Finishing: Fold back section in half, carefully matching sts. Sl st inside loops of sides tog. Finish off.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for posting this pattern. I used to have the same pattern on my old computer, but lost it when that computer crashed. I went looking for the site where I'd got it from, but it doesn't exist anymore. So I've been searching for the past hour for one similar, until I found yours. I love this pattern. I have circulation problems so my feet are always cold, even in the summer. So I wear these year 'round, even to bed. It takes me about 3 or 4 months to wear through a pair.

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