for Dawn Brocco Knitwear Designs 2003
55 Scrumptious Shagged Slipper Socks
Shagging is a hundreds-of-years old technique, used by hand knitters in New England and Canada, to make hand knit mittens warmer. I haven’t seen the technique used on slippers or slipper socks, though, and thought it was ideally suited to the purpose. The shagging adds a cushy, inner layer to the slipper sock, further protecting the feet from any cold drafts.
The socks are easy to knit and the shagging is fun and quick to do, after the socks are knit. I’ve worked up this pattern in 7 sizes, covering children through men’s sizes.
(Yarn is used double and the gauge is given so. And the Austin Powers temptation is irresistible: "Shall we shag now, or shag later?"-- Ed.)
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- no charts
- no schematics
- no sewing
- circular, no sewing
- sm. child / med. child / lg. child -sm. wom. (med. wom. / lg. wom. / med. men)
- digital PDF has 7 pages (letter size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 5.5 mm
- US 9
- 15.0 st st
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