Crochet, Seasonal

Crochet Pattern: Autumn-Fever Slipper Socks

With autumn fast approaching, now is the perfect time to get started on cozy feet warmers! These slipper-socks are crocheted in the round and require the following crochet knowledge / skill-level:

  • Chain stitch
  • Double crochet stitch
  • Slip stitch
  • Color swapping (optional)
  • Sewing in ends

The tools you will need for this project are as follows (in US terms):

  • ~250-300 yds of Medium weight yarn (I used Red Heart Soft)
  • 5.5 mm hook
  • Stitch marker (optional)
  • Scissors
  • Darning needle

Slipper Socks Tools

The pattern will use the following abbreviations:

  • Ch (Chain)
  • DC (Double crochet)
  • Sl (slip)
  • St(s) (stitch/stitches)

Let’s get started!

* Images use orange yarn to make stitches and details more visible

Round 1: Ch 4, Sl into 4th ch from hook

socks 1 socks 2

Round 2: Ch 3 (counts as DC), DC 11 into centre for a total of 12, Sl closed into top of Ch3

socks 4 socks 3 socks 5

Round 3: Ch 3 (counts as DC), DC 2 into each of the 12 sts for a total of 24, Sl closed into top of Ch3

socks 6 socks 7

Round 4: Ch3, DC into each st for a total of 24, Sl closed into top of Ch3

socks 8 socks 9

* You’ll notice your work will begin to curl in at this point, creating the tube sock shape you are looking for

* It may look too small but remember the final project will be really stretchy — if you need it to have a wider circumference, you can add another round of increases by DC 2 into each second stitch for a total of 36

Round 5 on: Repeat Round 4 until desired length (I completed 23 rounds)

sock final

* For Round 18, I swapped colours and completed 4 Rounds in alternate colour, before swapping back to original colour for 2 final Rounds

After final Round: Cut yarn and sew in any loose yarn ends

That’s all there is to it! Feel free to leave questions in the comments 🙂


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