These slipper socks are pretty easy to make, using only the Half Double Crochet Stitch. They are worked in one continuous piece, meaning no stopping here and starting over there, or no sewing pieces together. I used variegated yarn to get the interesting color pattern without having to switch colors.
Feet in photo are size 9, but the socks are stretchy to fit multiple sizes. You could always leave off a couple rows between rows 6-13 to make the slipper shorter, or use a larger crochet hook to make it wider. Enjoy!
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