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Hybrid Slipper Socks


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Hybrid Slipper Socks are the best way to prepare for the winter months. Protecting your feet from the chilly weather, use free crochet patterns for the whole family. This pattern uses crochet and knitting.

Hybrid Slipper Socks
Hybrid Slipper Socks
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Crochet Hook: F/5 or 3.75 mm hook

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

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So, under the netting on the top of the slipper, is it just open? is there a solid layer of knit or crochet across the top of the foot?

It is just open netting on top of the sock.

The slippers look warm and would keep the feet and ankles warm. The only prolem is I do not knit but may try to do it with all crochet.

Hi anniebee479 2042905, The patter for these slippers is a crochet pattern so it should be easy for you to make! Thanks! -Editors of AllFreeCrochet

I love these new slippers , but I do nopt knit. Could you possibly make an all crochet pattern for the slippers Thank you

They are interesting, not too crazy about the color though. I like to keep my feet warm in the winter so this pattern might just fit the bill. When I crochet socks or slippers, I put shoe inserts inside to make them a little more comfortable to wear, sometimes I will completely enclose a shoe insert in crochet to make the sole of a slipper. I am always on the lookout for slipper and sock patterns, I enjoy making them.

As someone who is miserable in the winter, I love the idea of warm slipper socks to wear around the house. It's a little hard to see the pattern on the top because of the variegated yarn, but it's an interesting and practical mix of crocheting and knitting. Might be fun to felt them, too.

Love the color and texture of these socks. Will be making this pattern :)

I love these colors! I am making a pair of fingerless gloves out of this color. I also like that they are both knit and crochet!

These are just great. I learned to knit and crochet at about 8 and now 40+ years this is something to stretch the mind.

Those are the most cutiest socks I have seen. I think that's a very smart ideal on using both knitting and crocheting. They look like they would be easy to make too!!!

these are exactly what I have been looking for to make for the homeless in the winter months . they are perfect for their needs . Plus , I would love a pair for myself .I've looked everywhere to find something like the Peruvian slipper boots and these come very close to what I want . Love it, thank you

I love patterns that combine knitting and crocheting! I think crochet sometimes gets short changed around knitting, so as often as possible, I combine the two. One of my favorite kimonos uses both, and I get SO many compliments on it! I'm working on a tunic now that is crocheted on the top and then knit from the chest down. I love the look of these socks, too! The lattice work top is such an interesting change from regular socks, with the knit part being the traditional look of socks. So not only does it combine my two faves, knitting and crocheting, it also combines a traditional look with a contemporary twist! Love it!!! jwitt33 at live dot com

I like that the bottoms of these hybrid socks are the knitted part. I have tried wearing the crochet bottoms before and they are a bit lumpy on the feet.

this pattern looks like a pattern that will be easy to do, the socks appear to be warm and cozy, yet the top of the sock appears to be an airy top that means it could be worn year round.


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