Chukchi: Crochet Slipper Socks by Erssie
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Chukchi: Crochet Slipper Socks

by Erssie
Crochet
October 2010
Rowan Felted Tweed DK
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 17 rows = 4 inches
in Tapestry crochet dc carring non working yarn underneath
2.5 mm
Small (Medium, Large). Shown here in size Medium. Small: Foot circumference 18cm, Calf circumference 32cm Medium: Foot circumference 24cm, Calf circumference 38cm Large: Foot circumference 27cm, Calf circumference 43cm Choose a calf measurement to fit fir
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These crocheted knee-high slipper socks are made using a tapestry crochet technique.Ready-made suede bottoms are sewn to the soles with traditional moccasin stitch.

Available as a single pattern for £3, or in an ebook of 2 mukluk patterns (knitted and crocheted) for £5. See Kamchatka Mukluks for the sister knitting project.

In shades
2 (2, 2) x 50g #151 Bilberry (Plum) Yarn A
1 (2, 2) x 50g #162 Clover (Dusky Pink) Yarn B
1 (1, 2) x 50g #160 Gilt (Gold) Yarn C
1 (2, 2) x 50g #150 Rage (Red) Yarn D
1 (1, 1) x 50g #145 Treacle (Brown) Yarn E
1 (1, 2) x 50g #168 Angel Delight (Pink) Yarn F

Also uses 1 pair of suede moccasin bottoms from Fiber Trends

The pattern is written in UK crochet terms but contains a glossary and translation to US crochet terms. As the whole pattern uses dc stitches, it would be easy for a US crochet folks to just use sc throughout instead.

This design was originally featured in Inside Crochet.
This is a completely altered and updated re-written pattern for this design and so is totally different from the magazine.
Also the errata listed that refer to the original magazine are not present in this pattern, and the pattern has been fully tech edited and checked. See previous projects here but ignore the errata on these as they are for the magazine pattern not the Erssie Knits pattern