The weather has been getting progressively colder and colder, and my Colorado mountain view has recently turned white. My feet like to really let me know about their presence this time of year by aching and generally protesting all things cold. So I had warm feet on the mind when I designed my Netherlee Slippers – a free crochet slipper pattern. These thrummed slippers have cozy warm roving felt on the inside making them super snuggly to slip cold feet into. Plus the thrumming gives the slippers a cool effect (the color options are endless though mine shown here are white). With six sizes in the pattern, you’ll be keeping lots of feet warm and happy.
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