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Feet need love too! Crochet some socks or slippers to keep your toes toasty warm this fall and winter. These free crochet patterns are great for puttering around the house, and some of the socks can be worn out to show off your work as well! If you are thinking about the holiday season, these would make great gifts.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Triumph Crochet Socks by Victoria Selnes
Quick to make, these socks are thin enough to wear in your shoes and cushy enough to keep your feet warm through winter temperatures.
2) House Ankle Sock by Kim Guzman
Perfect for a cozy day at home!
3) Toe Up Socks (crochet) by Patons
Socks for the whole family – ages 2 to 102. Crocheted using Patons Kroy Socks.
4) Ballerina Slippers by Nelly Handmade
Сrochet Ballerina slippers for home. Keep your feet warm!
5) Crochet Flower Slippers by Miranda Webster
These slippers require only half a skein of yarn, and are easily worked from start to finish in one evening! They are the perfect project for some stashed yarn, and can easily be customized or altered.
6) Felted Granny Slippers by Maria Thorgren-Hansson
This is my interpretation and description of the granny slipper, warm and a little fuzzy, fast and easy to make.
7) Posy Toes Crochet Slippers by Tamara Kelly
As soon as I came up with this pattern, I couldn’t resist sharing it! The Posy Toes Crochet Slippers are soft, cozy, and made in breathable cotton they’re just right for spring – and summer too!
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