Knitted Slipper Socks
This pattern is available in a kit. The kit includes two soles with fleece and two basic patterns, one knit and one crochet.
The kit can be found at Simplicity Creative here.
The pattern was also used on the television program and is, therefore, also available for free. It’s free. It’s on a download from the website. That is free in the eyes of Ravelry. Yes, it’s available in a kit. But it’s also available in a download.
Note from designer: When creating the gusset, I used a crochet hook to create the cast-on edge. Specifically, I used the Bind-Off Cast On from Montse Stanley’s Knitter’s Handbook. This is my preferred cast-on especially with socks since it produces no wear on the yarn and makes a nice, clean edge. To cast-on in this fashion, you cast-on to the left needle, then turn. However, if you prefer to cast-on to the right needle, you will turn first and you won’t be able to slip the first stitch as stated in the instructions.
Further note from the designer: For this design, I was specifically commissioned to make a worked-flat version of this slipper sock. For those of you familiar with working in-the-round, it should be very easy to adapt. For best results, work with a tight tension.