Knit yourself a pair of these clogs! A clog and a sock all-in-one, these slippers are super comfy and a little funky. :)
Construction: First knit the clog in the round, then pick up sts inside the rim of the clog for the faux sock. Felt the clog, finish the sock, and voilà!, a 2-in-1 slipper that stays on and a sock that never gets lost!
Techniques used: Knit, purl, M1L, M1R, k2tog, p2tog, SSK, wrapping sts, knitting sts with wraps, seaming, felting (instructions are included in the pattern!), picking up stitches, and working in a round.
Yarn: (Sample knit in Knit Pick's Wool of the Andes.)
Worsted weight feltable wool:
C1 (clog top): 90 (100, 100, 150, 200) yards
C2 (clog sole and band): 160 (190, 200, 240, 280) yards
Worsted weight superwash wool (sock): 90 (110, 120, 180, 200) yards
Gauge: Clog: (US 10.5 with yarn held double) 4 sts & 5 R = 1” in St st Sock: (US 6) 6 sts & 7 R = 1” in St st
**Needles: **US 10.5 circular (40” or longer) OR US 10.5 dpns (8”); US 6 dpns (8”)