These crocheted socks are so quick and cozy! I hope you enjoy making a fun pair for yourself or a loved one.
100 grams of any worsted weight yarn
4.5mm crochet hook
5.0mm crochet hook
Scissors, yarn needles, locking stitch marker
4 stitches and 4 rounds = 1 inch in single crochet worked in the round
sc: single crochet
blo: back loop only
sc2tog: single crochet two stitches together
*...*: repeat the instructions in the asterisks
This sock ruler is extremely helpful for crocheting socks in any size.
This pattern is written for sizes small(medium, large) and are designed to fit a 7(8, 9) inch foot circumference. Note that crochet fabric is more dense and tight than knit fabric. I suggest choosing the size that best suits the amount of negative/positive ease you prefer for socks.
Find the yarn featured in this pattern here.
These are my favorite sock blockers.
This pattern is worked in a spiral, so be sure to mark the first stitch of every round with a stitch marker.
This pattern provides instructions for an afterthought heel. If you would like to substitute a different heel, simply omit the heel instructions, and substitute your chosen heel after completing the leg.
FULL Tutorial: https://youtu.be/rObUAwBYP3E
Using smaller hook
Work one sc into the second ch from the hook, and in ea ch across. 15 sts
Ch 1 and turn. Sc in the first st, sc in the blo of ea of the next 13 sts, sc in the last st. 15 sts
Repeat Row 2 until your cuff measures 6.5(7.5, 8.5) inches long without stretching.
ch 1 and turn, then sl st the foundation ch and final row sts together. Flip the cuff right side out, so that the slip stitch row is on the inside of the cuff. Finally, ch 1 and turn.
Using larger hook
Leg Setup Round
Evenly place 28(32, 36) sts around the cuff
sc in ea st around.
Repeat Round 1 until you reach your desired length.
If you are substituting a different heel, omit these instructions and follow the instructions for your chosen heel.
Note: Some crocheters found it helpful to work the foundation single crochet stitch for the heel setup, instead of chaining the stitches. Keep the st counts the same, and find a tutorial here.
Setup Round 1
ch 14(16, 18) and sk 14(16, 18) sts. sc in the last 14(16, 18) sts of the round.
Setup Round 2
sc in ea st and ch around. I recommend working in the back of the ch sts
sc in ea st around. 48(56, 64) sts
For Afterthought heel
Repeat Round 1 until the foot measures 4 inches from your desired length, measured from the heel setup chain.
For substituted heel
Work Round 1 until the foot measures 2 inches from your desired length, measured from the base of the heel.
Rounds 1, 3, 4, 6, 7
sc in ea st around
*sc 2, sc2tog* around.
*sc 1, sc2tog* around.
*sc2tog* around. 6(7, 8) sts
f/o, and weave through the remaining sts to close the hole.
Remember to place a stitch marker.
Setup Round 1
Join yarn to any st along the skipped leg sts from the Heel Setup Round. sc in ea st, placing one extra st in ea side. 30(34, 38) sts
Setup Round 2
sc in ea st round, while working a sc2tog where you picked up the extra stitches. 28(32, 36) sts
Repeat Rounds 1-8 of the Toe Instructions, and close the hole.
Cut any attached yarn, and weave in your ends.
My favorite way to finish a pair of socks is to wet block them. Fill a sink or small tub with lukewarm water and add some wool wash if desired. Insert the socks into the water, and let sit for about 5 minutes. Place the socks on sock blockers appropriate to your size, and let them air dry.