I love slippers and always seem to be buying cute pairs when I make target runs, ordering them from amazon and I always seem to be browsing for the latest MukLuks. My 2 year old pup recently stole one of my favorite pairs and proceeded to destroy them in the backyard. Sigh… he’s lucky he’s cute. Which leads me to making and writing up this pattern for Cozy Slipper Socks to add to my collection. 🙂
This pattern will fit and average sized adult female foot. I am a size 8 and made it to fit me perfectly. If you want a smaller or bigger pair just add more rows where indicated. Don’t be afraid to play around with the sizing!
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Pattern (make 2):
Round 1: Ch 1. 6 Sc into circle. (join to first Sc and ch 1 here and at the end of every round)
Round 2: 2 Sc in each stitch around. Sl St to first Sc. Ch 1. (12 Sc)
Round 3: *2 Sc in first stitch, Sc 1 in next stitch. Repeat around. (18 Sc)
Round 4: *2 Sc in first stitch, Sc 1 in the next two stitches. Repeat around. (24 Sc)
Rounds 5-21: Sc in each stitch around.
You will now be making the soles of the slippers. You will no longer be working in the round and will begin working in Rows.
Row 1: Sc 12. Instead of continuing around like in the previous rounds, stop, ch 1 and turn.
Rows 2-5: Sc 12, Ch 1, turn. (if you want a bigger slipper I would suggest adding in a couple of extra rows here.)
Row 6: Sc 5, Sc2tog, Sc 5. Ch 1, turn.
Row 7: Sc 4, Sc2tog, Sc 5. Ch 1, turn.
Rows 8-9: Sc across. (10 Sc)
Row 10: Sc 4, Sc2tog, Sc 4 (9 Sc)
Row 11: Sc across
Fold the last row in half and Sl St together (pictured below). Cut yarn.
It should look something like this…
Join second color to the left corner of your slipper (as pictured). Sl St in each of the 14 stitches across the top of the slipper. When you reach the other corner, continue on and Sc evenly around the border/heel of the slipper 21 times.
Ch 1, turn.
21 Sc in each stitch across, turn.
Sl St in each of the 21 Sc.
Tie off. Weave in all ends. Sew small pompom to the top of each slipper.
Super fast and simple!
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