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Quick and Easy Crochet Slipper Socks

Quick and Easy Crochet Slipper Socks

These Quick and Easy Crochet Slipper Socks are perfect for anyone who wants to keep their feet nice and cozy around the house or in any other indoor space. The chunky yarn and neutral dark gray color are total crowd pleasers, so you can work up a few pairs as presents for loved ones. Both men and women will enjoy a pair of easy crochet slippers. After all, no one likes having cold feet. The good news is you can make these slippers to fit any size feet. They are the perfect combination of bulky yarn and elegance. Wear these slipper socks when you're lounging on the couch, cleaning the house, or hanging out with friends.


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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This pattern for quick and easy crochet slipper socks is perfect for the beginner. In a little bit of time you will have a product that the wearer will be happy to have. When a finished project under your belt you will feel more confident in trying a new pattern.

Easy pattern to follow and the slippers are really warm! A warning though, 200g is not enough yarn to make them in the largest size, I'd say at least 250g. I doubt that 200g will be enough for the middle size as well. But it is a great pattern. Very easy and quick to do. Makes up perfectly!! Thank you so much!! I made a pair in less than an hour!!

Our community has started a Be A Santa to A Senior program, and its proven so popular that we actually missed out on choosing a participant from the Angel Tree. Not to worry because some of the most requested items are socks and bed slippers. Ill work up a bunch of these to use as emergency fill ins to add to other gift bags. These slippers are nice and stretchy so they wont have to worry about exact sizes.

Oh this makes my tired feet feel better just looking at them! I bet they'll make my feet feel better than ever just being in them! Although I might make them up for a Christmas gift. I love it when the pattern is labeled as quick that several pairs can be made. I'm sure they'd be squishy enough to fit in a Christmas stocking. Don't you think?

These Quick and Easy Crochet Slipper Socks are perfect for the cold winter months. Make your feet warm and comfortable with these lovely socks that can pass as shoes. These are the type of socks worn at home to protect your feet from drying and flaking due to the cold. You may apply some petroleum jelly to your feet. You'll be surprised how your feet will feel soft and smooth when you remove the socks after they have been moisturized by the petroleum jelly.

This is a cute slipper pattern. I don't have any super bulky/super chunky yarn like the pattern calls for, but in the past I have used vintage rug yarn with two strands held together and that worked well, so maybe I'll try substituting that. Or I could maybe substitute three strands of worsted weight held together.

Very pretty! This looks like it would work up so quickly. I love projects with very bulky yarns like this. One thing I've found with slippers is I like to consider adding a leather or felt strip to the bottom of the sole. Especially with bulky yarns, this helps to prevent it from wearing down after too much walking.

These are very fast to make and are easily adjusted for different sizes. I will be making several pairs for my family to go into the stockings this Christmas. I am not a big fan of some of the super bulky yarns, so I might use other weights and types double strand this time.


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