Create the easiest pair of crochet slipper socks ever using super bulky yarn and this free crochet pattern. Makes a wonderful gift!
I love keeping my feet nice and toasty on cool evenings, and I have been wearing these nonstop since I made them! They are perfect for curling up and relaxing at home.
Design Story and Inspiration for Crochet Slipper Socks
Slippers and crochet socks were things I had never designed, and I’m always up for a challenge and trying something new!
For the Holiday Maker’s Challenge, I wanted a pair that was easy and quick and would make a great gift, so I designed this pair and love them!
About the Yarn
This yarn is one of the amazing prizes I won last year for being the Motivated Multi Craft Blog winner in the Crafties awards!
I love the softness and texture of the Millamia Super Bulky Yarn. It is a size 6 yarn and works up super fast with a large 8.00mm hook.
If you would like to substitute yarn, any super bulky (6) yarn that gives you the correct gauge would work well, such as Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick.
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Crochet Slipper Socks Video Tutorial
Crochet Slipper Socks Details
These slipper socks are created with a magic circle beginning at the toe. They are worked in rounds, then changed to rows to go around the ankle.
Finally, they are seamed in the back and a simple single crochet edging is used for the top.
Easiest Super Bulky Crochet Slipper Socks
What You’ll Need
Yarn: Millamia Super Bulky (Size 6), 2 colors
Hook: US Size L (8.0mm)
Notions: Yarn needle, scissors, sock stop (optional, but recommended for walking on slippery areas)
Gauge: 8 sts and 6 rows = 4″ (10 cm) in dc
To fit Women’s size 4-6 (7-9, 10-12)
Foot circumference 7 (8, 9)”
Foot length 8 (9, 10)”
Notes: For a neater look, use a chainless dc instead of the ch 3 at the beginning of rows. (See video tutorial for help)
Ch 3 or chainless dc counts as stitch.
Join at end of each round with a slip st.
Slippers will have some “give” to them and will fit a range of sizes as shown above.
Crochet Slipper Socks Pattern
With MC, make magic ring.
Round 1: 8 dc in magic ring. (8 sts)
Round 2: 2 dc in each st. (16 sts) **For smaller size, work 2 less increases for a total of 14 sts. For larger size, work 2 more increases for a total of 18 sts.
Round 3: Work even in dc. Change to CC at end of round.
Rounds 4-6: Work even in dc.
Change to rows.
Row 7: Dc 10; turn. (10 sts).
Rows 8-10: Work even in dc on 10 sts. Change to MC at end of row.
Rows 11 – 13(14, 15): Work even in dc on 10 sts.
Join to first st of row 14 with slip st.
Edge: Ch 1, sc one stitch in side of each dc row, being careful not to make your sts too tight, sc evenly across 6 skipped sts, sc one stitch in side of each dc row on the opposite side, join to first sc with slip st.
Use tail to weave in ends via the mattress stitch.
Weave in all other ends.
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That’s it! Today we learned how to make the easiest super bulky crochet slipper socks and I hope you’ve enjoyed this free crochet pattern.