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Slipper Socks

An allover Fair Isle pattern makes stockings extra thick–perfect to warm your feet after a day on the slopes.

The Yarn

Red Heart Soft Red Heart Soft Red Heart Soft


Red Heart Soft - 4600 White, 9820 Mid Blue, 5142 Cherry Red

How to get the pattern:

The pattern is available in the book Stitch Mountain.
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The Designer

Allison Judge


Allison Judge began her knitting career when the youngest of her 3 daughters turned 2. She figured she'd never get to Mother Heaven if she didn't start hand making sweaters for her girls. Within a few years she'd also taken up spinning and weaving. She was lucky enough to have patterns published in knitting magazines and has a few patterns available through her business called knittinIt. After being store manager for Jimmy Beans Wool for over 3 years, she retired to give herself more time to play with fiber and to teach knitting and spinning. She currently is again gainfully employed by Jimmy Beans Wool, writes occasional book reviews and continues to knit for her daughters and very patient husband.

"My initial thought behind the slipper socks I designed was - WOW - I could toss so many colors into the knitting, plus the detail of "braided" knitting, a Norwegian tradition. The colorful socks were great, but I ended up toning down the socks to our national colors - red, white, blue. Much more sophisticated. And sorry, K.C. - the fleece lining is missing in these, but I believe they will be quite comfortable and cozy."

Inspired By

K.C. Oakley
Freestyle Moguls – U.S. Freestyle National Champion

K.C. Oakley

“My favorite knitwear apparel are these colorful, fleece-lined slipper socks. For any type of clothing, I am generally attracted to bright colors and unique patterns, and these mix the best of both. The inner fleece lining keeps my toes warm during the winter, and they are especially comfortable to put on after taking off my ski boots.”

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