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Knitted Slipper Sock Pattern

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Experience/Level of Difficulty: Intermediate
Measurements: One size fits most - they're not meant to be snug
Materials: Worsted weight yarn in blue, yellow, green, orange, 
purple, pink and red (or colors of your choice)
Equipment: Size 8 double pointed needles, pom-pom maker (helpful 
but not necessary) and tapestry needle.
Gauge: 4 sts X 7 rows = 1 inch on size 8 double pointed needles
Stitch patterns:  MB - (k1, yo, k1, yo, k1) into next stitch, turn;
k5,turn; 
p5,turn; 
k1, sl 1, k2tog, psso, k1,turn; 
p3 tog
With size 8 needles and blue, CO 48 sts (I cast on using a straight
needle and then knit off to the double pointed needles on my first
row, I think it's easier that way.)  
Place marker at the beginning of row and work in k2, p2 ribbing 
for 13 rows, distributing 16 sts over each needle.

Change to yellow.
Row 1 - knit across, increasing one stitch in the middle
Row 2 - purl
Row 3 - knit
Row 4 - *k2tog, yo; repeat from * to last stitch, k1
Row 5 - knit
Row 6 - purl

Change to green
Knit 1 row, decreasing one stitch in the middle
Row 1 - p6, * yo, k1, yo, p6; repeat from *
Row 2 - *p6, k3; repeat from * end p6
Row 3 - p6, *k1, yo, k1, yo, k1, p6; repeat from *
Row 4 - *p6, k5; repeat from * end p6
Row 5 - p6, *k2, yo, k1, yo, k2, p6; repeat from *
Row 6 - *p6, k7; repeat from * end with p6
Row 7 - p6, *k3, yo, k1, yo, k3, p6; repeat from *
Row 8 - *p6, k9; repeat from * end p6
Row 9 - p6, *sl 1, k1, psso, k5, k2tog, p6; repeat from *
Row 10 - *p6, k7; repeat from * end p6
Row 11 - p6, *sl 1, k1, psso, k3, k2tog, p6; repeat from * 
Row 12 - *p6, k5; repeat from * end p6
Row 13 - p6, *sl 1, k1, psso, k1, k2tog, p6; repeat from * 
Row 14 - *p6, k3; repeat from * end p6
Row 15 - p6, *sl 1, k2tog, psso, p6; repeat from *
Row 16 - purl

Change to orange and knit 3 rows
Change to purple
Knit one row
Purl one row
Knit 2 rows
Next row: k5, MB: repeat across
Knit 2 rows
Purl one row.
Prepare for heel by slipping last 12 sts of last row onto free 
needle. Knit 12 sts of 1st needle - these 24 sts are the heel.

Heel flap (change to red)
Row 1 (wrong side) - sl 1 as if to purl, purl across, turn
Row 2 - sl 1 as if to knit, knit across, turn
Work these 2 rows until heel measures 2.75 inches ending with a 
right side row.

Turn heel
Row 1 - p14, p2tog, p1, turn
Row 2 - sl 1 as if to k, k5, ssk, k1, turn
Row 3 - sl 1 as if to p, p6, p2 tog, p1, turn
Row 4 - sl 1 as if to k, k7, ssk, k1, turn
Row 5 - sl 1 as if to p, p8, p2tog, p1, turn
Row 6 - sl 1 as if to k, k9, ssk, k1, turn
Row 7 - sl 1 as if to p, p10, p2tog, p1, turn
Row 8 - sl 1 as if to k, k11, ssk, k1, turn
Row 9 - sl 1 as if to p, p12, p2tog, turn
Row 10 - sl 1 asi if to k, k12, ssk - 14 sts.

Gusset (change to pink)
Pick up 13 sts, k24 sts from holder, pick up 13 sts,knit first 
7 sts of heel flap. Slide remaining 7 sts of heelp flap onto first
needle - 64 sts.
Row 1 - on 1st ndle - k to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1
        on 2nd ndle - k24
        on 3rd ndel - k1, ssk, knit
Row 2 - knit
Repeat rows 1 & 2 seven more times - 48 sts.

Change color to light blue. 
Row 1 - knit
Row 2 - purl
Row 3 - k12, (k3, yo, sl 1, k1, psso, k3) three times, k12
Row 4 and even rows - knit
Row 5 - k12, (k2, *yo, sl 1, k1, psso; repeat from * one more time,
        k2) three times, k12
Row 7 - k12, (k1, *yo, sl 1, k1, psso; repeat from * two more times
        k1) three times, k12
Row 9 - Repeat Row 5
Row 11 - Repeat Row 3
Row 12 - purl

Change to orange (if you need to socks to be longer you can add
more rows in here)
Knit 1 row
Purl 1 row
knit 2 rows
Purl 1 row

Toe (Change to yellow)
Rearrange sts so needle 1 has 12 sts, needle 2 has 24 
and needle 3 has 12 sts.
Row 1 - 1st ndle - knit to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1
        2nd ndle - k1, ssk, knit to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1
        3rd ndle - k1, ssk, knit
Row 2 - knit
Rows 3-12 - Repeat Rows 1 & 2
Rows 13 & 14 - Repeat Row 1
knit sts from 1st needle onto 3rd needle

Kitchener stitch the to toe together. Weave in ends
If desired, make pom-pom ties and weave through the eyelet row.
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