June 14th, 2011
Everyone needs a great pair of comfy slippers, and summer is a great season to make some!
Slippers and slipper socks make great portable projects, and are excellent items to have on hand once the weather begins to get cooler. Here are 5 of great patterns to make a pair of these must haves!
|These Scrunchy, Slouchy Slipper Socks can be knit or crocheted, and are a great way to keep your feet and ankles warm on chilly nights. These socks are too thick to wear inside shoes, but are just right for snug, cozy slippers!|
|The Oxford Slippers make a great gift for men. This pattern is written for a discontinued yarn, but would work up excellently in any sturdy, bulky yarns like Tweed Stripes or Jiffy. Modeled after the classic shoe, these slippers even have laces for support!|
|A great project for loom knitters, the Loom Knit Chunky Footies They work up beautifully, are soft and cushy, and are a great way to put a loom to good use!|
|The Red Hot Slipper Socks are knit in Wool-Ease Thick and Quick and are thick and comfy. These slipper socks only come up to the ankle, and are great for someone who prefers a low cuff on socks.|
|These Crochet Adult Booties are a great option for crocheters – they even match these baby booties in a very similar style!|
Have you made a pair of slippers you love? Leave a comment to tell us all about it!