Slip into comfort with these five cozy sock and slipper patterns, all knit with relaxation in mind. Every knitter needs that pair of go-to socks that are perfect for any session of rest and recovery. Including bold colors, charming designs and a touch of lace, this selection of sock and slipper patterns is just what your wardrobe has been asking for.
These are simple stockinette stitch socks knit in blocks of four colors. Easily adjustable and knit in the round from the top down,these socks make the perfect gift and are easy to customize with your favorite colors. Read More
Do your best fox trot as you slip and slide along your hardwood floors in these cozy fox socks. Knit in a DK weight yarn, they are a quick and extra-cute project. Read More
The Carmine Lace Socks are an elegant way to keep your feet warm. The lace pattern might look complicated but is in fact quite easy! Knit from the top down, the lace travels down the sock leg to the toe. Complete with a twisted 1/1 ribbed cuff that emphasize the delicate texture of the lace pattern, you’ll never want to take these beauties off! Read More
The lovely, old and worn cobblestone streets of Finland inspired these beautiful socks. Made with a diagonal basketweave stitch pattern that gives the sock a beautiful texture, you’ll want to wear them as soon as you take them off your needles. Read More
Nothing is more comfortable than a great pair of slippers. These fuzzy cable slippers are no exception. This pattern uses a simple grey yarn and cable pattern that is lined with a fuzzy, bulky yarn. These slippers feel like a luxury, as the premade fleece-lined suede soles are like pillows for your feet. Read More