12ply slipper socks - Knitting Pattern - Shelby
These 12ply slipper-socks have a snug fitting rib cuff then the foot is worked in stocking stitch, with a garter stitch sole. Soft and comfy to wear, you’ll never want to take them off! While my pattern is worked in two colours, you can of course work them in just one colour if you prefer.
To fit foot: 23 (25-27) cm [9 (10-10½) ins].
Tension: 17 sts and 23 rows to 10cm [4 ins] over stocking st, using 5.50mm needles.
Pattern rating: Easy.
Please note that this pattern is protected by copyright and you do not have permission to copy or resell this pattern. You may, however, sell the knitted product.
- Includes both centimetres and inches
- Includes three sizes
- Easy pattern rating
Materials you need at home:
- Yarn required Lincraft Merrijig 12ply, 50g balls@64m., 2 (2-3) balls Main Colour (MC-pink)., 2 (2-2) balls Contrast Colour (CC-black).
- Needles required A pair of 5.50mm (UK 5, US 9) knitting needles.
- Wool needle for sewing up.
I have been addicted to knitting for over 35 years (I started very young!) and I love being able to take a ball of yarn and a pair of needles and make something gorgeous and individual yet practical.
As a child I designed and knitted clothes for my toy elephants (elephants are my other obsession), during high school I knitted baby clothes and sold them at local craft markets then during my university days I knitted for a local yarn shop. While knitting was my passion, at that stage I never thought of making it my career.
After spending 10 years in the medical profession I came across a job ad for a knitting pattern design writer and suddenly I realised it was possible to combine my passion with my work. I was lucky enough to get that job and I have been working as a pattern writer, pattern designer and proofreader ever since.
As well as creating my own designs, I continue to work for yarn companies in Australia and overseas.
Along with my love of knitting, I hold Diplomas in both Comprehensive Writing and Professional Book Editing, Proofreading and Publishing.
I love what I do and I hope you will enjoy knitting my patterns as much as I have enjoyed creating them.