We just got suede slipper bottoms in stock and can't wait to start knitting up some cozy socks for winter! I've rounded up a few of my favorite slipper patterns as inspiration, but these slipper bottoms could be sewn onto any of your favorite hand knit socks to turn them into house-slippers.
There's still a few more weeks until Christmas - just enough time to knit up some cozy slippers as gifts!
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California Comfortable: just what you need if you're looking for a quick, last minute knit for gift giving. Using super bulky yarn, you'll have these slippers done in no time! Plus, the folded cuff makes these slippers extra cozy.
Hearth Slippers: These are the classic, Nordic sock of winter. The slippers are worked seamlessly in the round from the top down. Each size uses a different chart for clear instructions.
Inglenook: I don't think there has ever been a time when Brooklyn Tweed hasn't had just the pattern we were looking for. Just slightly over-sized to be "soft, smushable, and warm", these socks are everything you'd want for a winter night in.
Aspen: This pattern is at the top of my knitting list! Just look at that snowflake texture...it's nothing short of perfect. These can also be knit as legwarmers.
Wanderers: A modern take on the traditional mukluk. The tall cuff can be pulled high for maximum warmth, or slouched down for a more casual look.
What other slipper patterns do we need to add to the list? What are your favorites? Plus, don't forget that you can save 20% on all orders, now through Monday, with code SHOPSMALL!