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Crocodilly Mocs

By: Kris Basta from Kriskrafter

Warm up this season in the amazingly comfortable Crocodilly Mocs. This cozy knitted slipper pattern features a knitting stitch inspired by the crocodile crochet stitch. The result is a wonderfully textured, soft, and snug-fitting slipper that hugs all the right places of your foot. Knit a pair of Crocodilly Mocs for yourself or for someone special. You won't ever need another knit slipper pattern.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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I have never knitted the crocodile stitch before. I have crocheted it numerous times, but knitting it will be a new learning experience for me. I am looking forward to it. These slippers look like they would be as comfortable as socks. I wonder what they would be like if using a soft, fuzzy yarn for the foot.

These slippers look like they'd be super warm and cozy. The designer provides instructions for different sizes, which is very helpful. She also notes that you can substitute two strands of worsted weight yarn held together for the bulky/chunky yarn she did it that way herself. So, no special yarn to buy, you can just use what you have on hand.

I wanted to learn the crocodile stitch and always need slippers. Here is the perfect opportunity. The comments by others also help. I have small feet so will be careful with the gauge.

I like the fitted look of these and the use of two colors for the sole and cuff. It's good to know they're true to fit because the last time I knitted socks one pair came out too big and the other too small.

these knit up fast and easy. they look great, just like the photo and are true to fit. I make the Medium my daughter wears 7.5 and they fit perfect. I will definitely be making a pair for myself.

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