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Women's Quick & Easy Slipper Socks


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I have been working on this pattern for a while now. It's one of those things that you start... put down... pick back up... put back down... and then finally finish. I am happy to share this Quick & Easy Slipper Sock Crochet Pattern in 9 Women's Sizes! Feedback is very much appreciated as this is a pattern with a lot of information within it. This pattern has been tested several times (by myself) but with different sizes on my friends, as well as slippers being washed multiple times. Material Notes: Yarn Alternatives: Bernat's Super Value Yarn, Caron's One Pound, Hobby Lobby's Crafters Secret; Secondary Alternatives: Red Heart's With Love, Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn, with a J10/6mm Crochet Hook. I did make and test out some slippers using Vanna's Choice Yarn, and while they worked up well, the yarn wasn't as durable as the Super Saver yarn and became rather frizzy rather quickly. I also choose the Super Saver yarn because it has a nice cushion to it, and feels quite nice as it hugs your feet. For anyone with concerns regarding the rough feel - it will get softer after the first wash. Time Spent: You will be able to have a pair completed in roughly 1 hour 15 minutes to 1 hour 45 minutes (depending on size). PDF is 6 pages with 2 photos. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Slip Stitch Half Double Crochet GAUGE 12 HDC x 7 Rows = 4" x 3" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Women's US Sizes 4 - 12.5 SUGGESTED YARN 118 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN I used Red Heart's Super Saver

Recommended with this pattern

  • Heavy weight Worsted Weight Yarn
  • I9/5.5mm Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends

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I can be described as a “craft, coffee and cat addict”. I began my crafting journey more than 10 years ago with needlepoint on plastic canvas (thanks Aunt Arlys!). In 2014, I jumped head first into crocheting and jewelry making, and my blogging journey as EyeLoveKnots, named in honor of family members affected by Retinoblastoma - a cancer of the eye. I currently craft part time. This is my true passion, and I am very grateful for your business, support and feedback - hoping to make it to full time soon! I can also be found on, where I have begun a craft directory!