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Easy Slipper Socks

By: Rosina Northcott from Zeens and Roger
Updated October 20, 2020
Easy Slipper Socks
Easy Slipper Socks

"These quick & easy cosy crochet socks are made out of aran weight yarn, they’ll be comfy in wellies but probably not your posh shoes. Splodge some of that sticky stuff on the soles so that they turn into non-slip slipper socks. Easy to adjust to different sizes, a few choices are given in the pattern. Made from the toe up. Try contrast colours on the toe and heel! It might be best to go for a yarn that isn't 100% wool as they will wear faster. This pattern is written in UK terms. See below for US equivalents."

Easy Slipper Socks

Easy

Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeN/A

Finished SizeSmall, Medium (UK 5/6 (US 7/8, EU 38/39), and Large

Materials List

  • aran weight yarn - Leader of the Pac (90% acrylic, 10% alpaca), aran weight (170m per 100g).

Pattern

Abbreviations

  • BPtr = back post treble (US BPdc)
  • Ch = chain
  • Ch-sp = chain space
  • Dc = double crochet (US single crochet)
  • Dec = decrease
  • FPtr = front post treble (US FPdc)
  • Htr = half treble (US half double crochet)
  • Inc = increase
  • Rep = repeat
  • St(s) = stitch(es)
  • Tr = treble (US double crochet) 

Pattern Notes
  • The pattern is worked toe up
  • The pattern is worked in the round
  • The heel is a reverse of the toe rows
  • The pattern is written is UK terms (see abbreviations for US equivalents)
  • A stitch marker may be useful to mark the beginning of rounds
  • You might want to go down half a hook size to make the cuff for a better fit  

Toe and Foot:

  1. With main colour Chain 7

  2. Rnd 1: ​​1dc in 2nd ch from hook, 1dc along to end, turn and work 6dc down other side of ch.  [12st] 

  3. Rnd 2: ​​1dc, 1 inc, [1dc in next 2 st, 1 inc] three times, 1dc. [16]

  4. Rnd 3:​​ 1dc, 1 inc, 4dc, 1 inc, 2dc, 1 inc, 4dc, 1 inc, 1dc. [20]

  5. Rnd 4:​​ 1dc, 1 inc, 6dc, 1 inc, 2dc, 1 inc, 6dc, 1 inc, 1dc. [24]

  6. Rnd 5:​​ dc around

  7. Rnd 6:​​ 1dc, 1 inc, 8dc, 1 inc, 2dc, 1 inc, 8dc, 1 inc, 1dc. [28]

    For ​Small​ size go to ​Rnd 11

  8. Rnd 7:​​ dc around

  9. Rnd 8:​​ 1dc, 1 inc, 10dc, 1 inc, 2dc, 1 inc, 10dc, 1 inc, 1dc. [32]

    For ​Medium​ go to ​Rnd 11

  10. Rnd 9: ​​dc around

  11. Rnd 10:​​ 1dc, 1 inc, 12dc, 1 inc, 2dc, 1 inc, 12dc, 1 inc, 1dc. [36]

    Change colour if desired. 

  12. Rnd 11:​​ Htr in the round.

    Place stitch marker in first st, this will guide you when it comes to  the ankle.  Continue to work htr sts around until place where the heel will start (you will need to measure  your foot for accuracy.

    From the first round of htr sts to the heel start I measured 12cm for  Medium   

Ankle: 

Begin at the sock side (align with toe and stitch marker)  14​, ​16​, 18 htr, ch ​14​ (​16​, 18), miss ​14 ​(​16​, 18) sts and rejoin with a htr in next st, continue htr st until desired length (from this point mine measure 16cm including contrast colours). Slip stitch in final st and fasten off.  

Cuff: 

  1. Rnd 1: ​​2ch (does not count as a st), 1 tr in same st, 1tr around, join with a slip st to the first st.  [​28​, ​32​, 26] 

  2. Rnd 2:​​ 2ch, *1FPtr, 1BPtr; rep from * around, join with a slip st to the first st.

  3. Rnd 3:​​ Repeat Rnd 2. Fasten off. 

Heel: 

  1. Join yarn to one corner of the heel space ​28​ (​32​, 36) sts around.

    Go to ​Rnd 1​​ for Large, ​Rnd 3​​ for ​Medium​, ​Rnd 5​​ for ​Small

  2. Rnd 1: ​​1dc, 1 dec, 12dc, 1 dec, 2dc, 1 dec, 12dc, 1 dec, 1dc. [32]

  3. Rnd 2:​​ dc around

  4. Rnd 3:​​ 1dc, 1 dec, 10dc, 1 dec, 2dc, 1 dec, 10dc, 1 dec, 1dc. [28]

  5. Rnd 4:​​ dc around

  6. Rnd 5:​​ 1dc, 1 dec, 8dc, 1 dec, 2dc, 1 dec, 8dc, 1 dec, 1dc. [24]

  7. Rnd 6:​​ dc around

  8. Rnd 7: ​​1dc, 1 dec, 6dc, 1 dec, 2dc, 1 dec, 6dc, 1 dec, 1dc. [20]

  9. Rnd 8: ​​1dc, 1 dec, 4dc, 1 dec, 2dc, 1 dec, 4dc, 1 dec, 1dc. [16]

  10. Rnd 9:​​ 1dc, [1 dec, 2dc] three times, 1 dec, 1dc. [12]

  11. Turn inside out a sew gap of heel closed and sew in ends. 

Copyright Rosina Northcott. 2018. zeensandroger.wordpress.com  This pattern remains the property of Rosina Northcott/Zeens and Roger at all times and is for your own personal use only. Please  respect my work and do not copy, reproduce, redistribute or re-sell this pattern. 

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