Four Free Sock & Slipper Patterns

Hello and Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Since we offered you our very own Sock Tutorial, I went perusing for other sock (and slipper) patterns that I know you will love. Some look like more of a challenge, and others are just plain cute!

Get ready for your feet to thank me!

I love the color choices in this darling slipper – very vintage. You’ll have fun with these! Click on the picture to view the pattern by Whistle & Ivy.
Check out the classic contrast of color on the toe and heel. Such a cozy design. Click on the picture to view this Red Heart free pattern.
These seriously blow my mind. Seriously fun. Seriously retro. Someone please tell us how much you like these. Click on the picture to view the pattern by Treasures Made from Yarn.
The delicate stitches on these socks are absolutely perfect. Click the picture to view the pattern by Drops Design.
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Click to view The Firefly Hook’s Slipper Sock FREE Pattern and Tutorial. (I’m pretty much in love with these pictures of my daughter and me.)

Let us know how you like these patterns!

We made a pretty big decision recently at The Firefly Hook. We don’t want to have a website with ads to earn income from what we do. We want to create with you, help you learn something about crocheting, and get you excited about inspiring others!

So, how can you support us?

Share our free patterns, tutorials, and crochet tips with your friends!

Check out our EtsyRavelry, and Craftsy shops and get your patterns from us.  

We have a coupon for our blog friends that you can use on Etsy and Ravelry for a 20% discount: BLOGFRIENDS2014.

Our latest pattern release:

Wyoming Cowgirl Scarf

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Add chic color to any outfit with this soft handkerchief scarf.
It can be worn over the shoulders or around the neck.
This scarf is great for those who have mastered basic stitches (sc, dc, etc.) and are ready to learn a few advanced stitches.
Click on the photo for more information.

Stay warm and keep your feet in crocheted style.

Be well, dear readers. Crochet often. Create always!



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