ePattern: Jodi Cable Slipper Socks


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Made for my friend Jodi these comfy and stylish slipper socks feature a combination of rib and mock cable stitches and use german short row shaping for the heel and toe. I learned the basics of german short row shaping from project notes and photos done by Brenda Myers which she did based off a needle knit technique which you can view here http://www.ravelry.com/projects/domedweller/german-short-…

Written pattern includes detailed row by row instructions for entire pattern as well as explanation of abbreviations/techniques used. A video link is provided to show how to do the mock cable (aka 2 stitch twist)

Loom Required: 24 Peg 5/8” gauge Round loom (blue knifty knitter replacement loom)
Yarn Required: 110-130 yards of bulky # 5 yarn. Sample done used 1 full skein and about 1/4 of another skein of Charisma Heather in Color Blue.
Skill Level: Intermediate

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1 review for ePattern: Jodi Cable Slipper Socks

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    This pattern is very easy to follow and works up pretty fast. I have made several pair of these slipper socks. They are one of my favorites to make. I had never made anything with a cable until I made these slipper socks. Very good instructions so don’t let the cables intimidate you if you are a newby. Excellent pattern!

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