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I absolutely love knit slipper patterns, but sometimes they don't give me enough coverage - what about ankles? Those need to stay warm, too. If you've found yourself in the same boat, I invite you to try knitting up a pair of these incredibly cozy Cranberry Slipper Boots. Big enough to slide on over a pair of socks, these toasty slippers are worked flat with short rows shaping the top of the foot. Best of all, they go all the way up to the ankles for an additional layer of warmth.

Cranberry Slipper Boots

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Socks that are JUST the heel, lined with gel to aid in moisturizing. Even without the gel, a handknit pair of these could be a nice piece of a spa gift set...?

Rounded Toe Chart (& written instructions)--oooo like this toe better than the flat/square type

Free pattern: Short socks with cables in ”Alaska” pattern by DROPS design

If you're a sock knitter, DO NOT miss this post on foot sizing, sock knitting and the results of Kate Atherley's survey from Sock Summit last year!

A free pattern for socks in a simple, easy to memorize stitch pattern that works well with variegated colorways. Ravelry: Ribby Holiday Socks pattern by Alicia Landi

Ravelry: Grandma's Knitted Slippers pattern by Zanne

Ravelry: Grandma's Knitted Slippers pattern by Zanne

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Grandma Jan's Knitted Slippers

Lincraft - Haberdashery, crafts and home furnishing | Lincraft

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Lots of Slippers. Patterns by Diane Soucy for Knitting Pure & Simple