Women's Hand-knit Popcorn Slipper Socks

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  • Adult 8
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  • Charcoal Heather CHH
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  • Slipper socks knitted in a chunky cable pattern
  • Knitted with decorative popcorn stitches with cute multi-coloured pom-poms
  • Jersey knitted soles have festive message, anti-slip rubber grippers
  • Messages: 'Eat, Drink & Be Merry' (Rich Red), 'Peace & Love' (Deep Sea)
  • 100% acrylic, hand wash
  • Sizing: S/M (UK 3-5½); L/XL (UK 6-8½)
  • Gift boxing service: for £5 extra, we'll send slippers out in a beautiful gift box, complete with tissue, ribbon and a gift card. When ordering online, select 'Gift box for £5' on the 'Delivery' page
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Knitted socks you can wear as slippers
Great as bed socks or for wearing around the house, these slipper socks will keep your lower legs, ankles and feet warm as toast. Slip-resistant rubber grippers on the soles secure fitting on polished floors.
 

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Women's Hand-knit Popcorn Slipper Socks
 
3.0

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3.0

Red Christmas slipper socks

By Practical dresser

from Milton Keynes

About Me Comfort loving, Practical

Pros

  • Easy wash
  • Well made

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Casual

    Comments about Women's Hand-knit Popcorn Slipper Socks:

    I bought the small-medium size intending the socks to be a present for a lady who has size 3 feet.
    They are much bigger than I expected so I'll be keeping them for myself as they fit my size 8s very nicely.
    I just wonder how big the large ones would be !!

    • Sizing:
    • Feels too large

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