Small projects are perfect any time of year, and self-care is always in style! Now, it's time to pamper your feet and get going on your holiday to-do list with these fluffy crochet socks from Bernat Forever Fleece Finer. Learn how to make your own Cozy Crochet Reading Socks with the links and the video tutorial below!
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"Curl up by the fire in the comfort of these irresistible crochet socks! Stitched in Bernat Forever Fleece Finer, these socks are worked from the toe up, featuring simple increases. Foot and leg are stitched in front and back post double crochet, to create a deep rib for warmth. The afterthought heel is then worked in single crochet. You'll also practice working in the round and doing basic decreases. Socks are always a hit for gifting, so make many to please the whole gang!"
Get the links to the yarn, free crochet pattern, and hook here:
How to Make the Cozy Crochet Reading Socks
I taught this free Michaels Online Class, on May 17th, 2022. Here is the recording!
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This yarn has been DISCONTINUED. What do you suggest as comparable ?
Please, I would also like to know a good substitute for this yarn. Thank You.
This is a newer yarn, so they're having trouble keeping it in stock. Depending on the fiber you prefer, you could use Super Saver Chunky, Bernat Velvet, or Patons Alpaca Blend.
Beautiful hat....thank you for your prompt reply.