15 Free Crochet Sock Patterns to Keep Your Toes Warm
Still in the gifting mood from the holidays? What’s easy to make and would definitely be appreciated during the cold season more than socks?!
These free crochet sock patterns are the perfect gift to those who always seem to lose a pair or who prefer to keep their toes toasty at all times.
Red Heart Cozy At Home Crochet Socks
Try this advanced pattern that’s perfect for wearing around the house instead of clunky slippers. Of course, if your boots are roomy, these crochet socks are perfect for around town too.
Pom Pom Slipper Socks
Cold weather is just around the corner, and these socks are perfect for keeping toes warm. With the super-soft yarn the pattern calls for, you’ll be prepped for dropping temps in no time.
Color Pop Socks
A fun pair of socks simply makes the day better. This super cute crochet sock pattern features two colors and the options are endless. Don’t they look really cozy too!?
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Home All Day Slipper Socks
For those easygoing days at home, here are a cute and comfy pair of slipper socks that you can stitch up in no time flat!
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Basic Crocheted Socks
These crocheted socks, like their knitted cousins, are basic yet versatile and a great opportunity to practice your crochet skills! They are easy to make in one flat piece. When finished, they will resemble Turkish knitted socks, with the heel appearing to stick out when folded.
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These are great for hanging out in or sleeping in too if your feet get cold during the night. Now if you’ve never made socks, don’t be intimidated, these are super easy and quick to work up.
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Watson Waffle Crochet Socks
This free crochet sock design has a beautiful waffle texture and includes 11 – yes ELEVEN! – different sizes! Whether you want to crochet baby socks as a shower gift, slipper socks for your toddler, or a cozy pair for yourself this easy crochet sock pattern has you covered.
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Crochet Knee High Socks
These beautifully intricate knee-high socks are made up using popcorn stitch, giving an eye-catching and elegant look to the finished sock.
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Another Basic Crochet Socks
These socks are very fitted, especially around the ankle. If you want the cuff looser you can either go up a hook size for the cuff or make the cuff shorter. One skein of worsted weight yarn is needed for a size small and medium. They work up surprisingly fast and are beginner-friendly.
Walking on Clouds
Treat your feet to these super soft, cushy, socks! This crochet socks pattern is great for first-time sock crocheters because it has a simple construction that works up quickly. With a stretchy cuff, squishy yarn, and roomy fit, you’ll feel like you’re walking on clouds.
Red Heart Crochet Heart & Sole Socks
These crochet socks are perfect for chilly toes at bedtime, so let’s get busy on this great weekend project. Crochet in eye-catching or more subdued shades of Red Heart Heart & Sole yarn.
This pattern is super simple and quick to make and that is why it’s called the Simplicity Socks!
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To make these socks you will need to know how to do chains, double crochet, increase and decrease, slip stitch and work in back loops. The sock is worked from the toe up. Some sewing is required to finish the sock.
Crochet Cotton Candy Slipper Socks
This free crochet pattern uses less that one skein of yarn to make easy crochet slipper socks. Use Lion Brand Ferris Wheel yarn to create a beautiful colorful gradient in brights or neutrals. Or if you prefer, substitute your favorite Category 3 yarn and make these simple slippers in easily adjustable sizes.
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Cozy Crochet Slipper Socks
Your finished cozy crochet slipper socks will measure approximately 14″ long from toe to the top and 6 ” wide at the leg when laid flat. The size as it is written in this pattern is suitable for women’s size 7-8 shoe.
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The variation of styles and lengths on these free crochet sock patterns are enough for you to choose from. Whether it’s for your own use or as a gift to someone – you’ll have at least one you can work on this winter.