Alpaca Slipper Socks With Pattern

Hello Fiber Arts Friday!  I’m back!  I’ve been down and out with the Swine Flu.  One good thing about being forced to be out of work sick is time to crochet.  I had tons of partial skeins of alpaca yarn hanging around and decided to crochet up some socks.  The yarn was bulky so the socks are too thick to wear in shoes making them great for lounging around the fireplace on a cold November morning.

This is my first time writing a crochet pattern so it’s written much like how I crochet, chaotically. 🙂  I made these socks out of Bernat Alpaca and they would fit a medium width foot.  To give you an idea of size in the photos I have wear a men’s size 10 shoe.  To fit smaller feet use the same pattern but a thinner yarn. 

 Click Here for pattern.

4 comments to Alpaca Slipper Socks With Pattern

  • Nancy Gilbert

    Awesome pattern!!! I made these for my sister last year and the pattern was easy to follow and they were extremely warm. Can’t wait to make mine!!!

  • i found your pattern on Ravelry – haven’t tried grownup socks yet – I can’t wait to try this pattern – THANKS!

  • Louma

    thanks for sharing this pattern. i started working on it and it seems easy enough
    Thanks a lot

  • Christine Shaub

    I tried this pattern for socks, and I am in love with it. I knit a pair of socks, but I’m not that fast a knitter. My first love is crochet, these socks rock. I don’t like the thought of doing the afterthought heel, I did that once and never again. This is the pattern I’ll turn to, again and again. Thank you for a well- designed sock pattern.