Whether it is sock weather for you right now or not, it’s a great time to crochet a pair! Those who think socks can only be knitted might be in for a surprise with this roundup! Crochet socks make great gifts, and are the perfect small project to take with you on vacation – or on the daily commute. Here are 10 free crochet sock patterns to add to your crafting queue!
10 Free Crochet Sock Patterns
- Twisting Lace Socks by Patons, on Yarnspirations: Sizes S5/6 M7/8 L9/10 – These are for the intermediate to advance crocheter. And they’re gorgeous!
- Colorful Crochet Socks by Kathy Wesley, on Red Heart: Woman’s (US) shoe size 6 to 8 (8-1/2 to 10) – These are rated easy – it’s the yarn that does all the colorwork!
- Twist and Shout Socks by Lauren Irving, a Ravelry download: 7″, 8″ & 9″ circumfrence – Crochet cabling looks fantastic here!
- Crocheted Socks for Men by Sue Norrad, on Sue’s Crochet and Knitting: Foot length 10-12 inches – Gotta include this great basic men’s sock!
- Shell Socks by Julie Huston, on Treasures Made From Yarn: Custom sizing – Very cute! I just love shell stitches!
- Entrelac Sock by Jen Bianchi, a Ravelry download: NO LONGER FREE Small, Medium, Large/Mens – A great looking unisex sock!
- Knee Socks in Crochet by American Thread Company, on Grandmother’s Pattern Book: One size – I love these so much! Be sure to check out the Ravelry gallery for inspirations for these – so much better than the original photo!
- Lisbeth Socks by DROPS design: US 5/6½-7½/9-9½/10½; EU 35/37-38/40-41/43 – These are so sweet and feminine! Great fun!
- Triumph Crochet Socks by Victoria Selnes, a Ravelry download: Medium Womens – Love the spiral pattern!
- Sweet Feet by Julia Vaconsin, a Ravelry download: Adjustable sizing – I adore the lace tops on these – great for warmer months too! So pretty!
I’ve made plenty of crochet slippers, but I’ve never made crochet socks – yet! These crochet sock patterns have me feeling inspired though. Have you crocheted socks before? What did you think? Is there a great pattern I missed? Share it in the comments!
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