This Winter Crochet Slipper Sock Pattern is designed so that you can make knit-look socks using crochet. We achieve this by working with the split single crochet stitch, also appropriately known as the crochet knit stitch. You’ll also use post stitches to create the ribbing that holds the socks close to your ankles. The result is a pair of slipper socks that are comfy, cozy and warm. Bring on the winter snow because your toes will stay warm anyway!
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Tips for Customizing Crochet Socks to Fit Perfectly
As you’ll see, the Winter Crochet Slipper Sock pattern comes in four different women’s sock sizes. However, everyone’s feet are unique. Therefore, you might also want to check out my guide to customizing crochet socks for fit. This tells you all about how to make minor adaptations so that any crochet socks you make will fit you perfectly.
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Winter Crochet Slipper Sock Pattern Details
Here’s the free pattern along with all that you need to know in order to complete it. You’ll work with a #5 bulky weight yarn and size J and K crochet hooks. Many people mistakenly believe that working with bulky yarn makes for socks that are awkwardly chunky. However, using the right stitches, such as the split single crochet stitch, and the right design, bulky weight slipper socks can be chic, stylish and super cozy.
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These are the supplies that you’ll need in order to complete the Winter Crochet Slipper Sock Pattern.
size J (6.5mm),
K (6.5mm) Hook for top cuff, or hook to obtain gauge
Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends
I chose this yarn
Cascade 128 Superwash
Color A: White (toe, heel, cuff)
Color B: Feather Grey (main body)
As long as gauge is met, you can substitute other yarns. Good options include:
Big Twist Yarns Chunky (Joann’s Brand)
Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Bulky
Plymouth Yarn Select Chunky Merino
Ella Rae Chunky Merino Superwash
Wendy Merino Chunky
Valley Yarns Valley Superwash Bulky
King Cole Merino Blend Chunky
SweetGeorgia Yarns Superwash Chunky
sc- single crochet
split sc- split single crochet (defined below)
fpsc- front post single crochet
bpsc- back post single crochet
sc2tog- single crochet two stitches together
fsc- foundation single crochet
yo- yarn over
Gauge: 4×4 inches in split sc stitches = 13 rows x 10 ½ stitches
Adult Women: 5/6, 7/8, 9/10, 11/12
Get The Winter Crochet Slipper Sock Pattern
So where do you go to get this pattern? It’s right here over on Ravelry!
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