Thursday, April 27, 2017

Home All Day Slipper Socks, Free Crochet Pattern + Video

For those easygoing days at home, here are a cute and comfy pair of slipper socks that you can stitch up in no time flat!  I created this pattern in response to several requests to make the same slippers in a lighter version for this time of year.  If you'd like a bulkier pair, try the Strawberry Blossom Slipper Socks too!  If you use one of the popular cake yarns like I did, it's fun to see how the random stripes and color blocking plays out too!

Need a little help? There's a full video tutorial below too!

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Home All Day Slipper Socks
By Jennifer Dickerson

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  • 16 inches tall
  • 8 inch circumference

Abbreviations and Tutorial Links:


Ch 4, join in the furthest ch from the hook with a sl st to create a ring. (If you prefer the magic ring technique, feel free to do that instead)
Round 1: Ch 3 (counts as a dc) then work 11 dc into the center of the ring. Join with a sl st to close round.
Round 2: Ch 3 (counts as a dc). Work a dc into the fist st. *Work 2 dc into the next st. Repeat from * to the end of the round. Join with a sl st to close round.
Round 3: Ch 3, then work a dc into each st. Join with a sl st to close round.

Repeat round 3 for a total of 16 inches or until desired height.
Fasten off and weave in any ends that remain.

© Jennifer Dickerson 2017

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  1. How many stitches do you have on round 2 and 3 want to make sure have the correct number

  2. Hi. How to change the size of the sock?

    1. Just use a different weight of yarn or add some more double crochets into your ring

  3. Great! Thats a super easy tutorial. You r always so easy to follow. Kindly tell me how to change size of sock?

  4. Hello. I just want to say how lovely these socks look. Sadly, as easy as this pattern is, I've tried making these socks two other times & bith times the sicks came out way too small. I used the same exact yarn & a bigger hook (J-5.75mm). I'm a Tall & Chunky Lady, so I was wondering if there is anyway you can help me & alternate the pattern to fit a Size 12/13inch foot with bigger calves?? I'd greatly appreciate you from the bottom of My Heart. Hope to hear from you. -Kristina Sauceda

    1. Maybe try adding an extra increase round? Either doing as you would to continue the pattern or just every other increase?

    2. Maybe try adding an extra increase round? Either doing as you would to continue the pattern or just every other increase?

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  6. Thank you dear!! I am going to modify these socks into super soft slippers Ive been wanting to make!!! Again...Thank you!!!

  7. It was my wish to get elegant looking dog socks for my little brother who likes to be dressed up in a stylish manner.

  8. Wonderful pattern. Finished 2nd pair. Love the Sweet roll yarn. Used Bubble gum colorway.

  9. I'm having trouble keeping the sock uniform from bottom to top. Me be seems to grow wider as I go up to desired length.

  10. I loved reading your blog. I’m looking forward to your tutorial and videos. Thank you so much for posting beautiful spring pictures! We’ve had the worst spring weather ever this whole quarantine. Other than a couple of days of sunshine, it’s been rainy, windy, and cold. We even had snow in April and May, which we’ve never had here in the 16 years we’ve lived here. I want to try your socks, don’t know why I put it off. Fear I guess. But with video, maybe I can manage. My biggest problem is I hate double point needles. I bought a small circular and also a long one for Magic Loop, so maybe one of those will work for me. Thank you for putting out things to support learning sock knitting.
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  11. I made them and they came out great. Easy to follow pattern. I used acrylic, not sure what I did wrong, but after I wear them for a little while they stretch. I guess it is the yarn. Should I use a smaller size hook next time? Thanks!


  12. Hi have a friend wants a pair but she want the toe and heel different colors how many rows for toe and how many for heel and how many in between thanks I love these..

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