Crochet Tutorial: Knee-High Socks

How to Crochet Socks: Figuring out Stitch Count To get started, you have a couple of choices: either measure the foot circumference of the person you’re going to knit for or use the average sizing provided by Yarn Standards.

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How to Crochet Socks: Figuring out Stitch Count To get started, you have a couple of choices: either measure the foot circumference of the person you’re going to knit for or use the average sizing provided by Yarn Standards.
Crocheting socks is not always easy sailing, but it is a very rewarding way to expand to your crochet skills. With a good sock pattern and a willingness to make adaptations for a great fit, you’ll soon be totally addicted! I started to learn more about how to crochet socks a few months ago.
Sep 08,  · Crochet the heel. The heel is made on the back half of the sock. Divide the number of sc around the sock by 2, such as 28 divided by 2 equals %(63).
There’s nothing like a handmade pair of socks or slippers. Maybe you need a pair to pad around your hardwood-floored home or to wear with those flats to avoid blisters. No matter what kind of crochet socks you’re looking for, Craftsy has them. To make sure your feet are cozy all year round, we.
Sep 08,  · Crochet the heel. The heel is made on the back half of the sock. Divide the number of sc around the sock by 2, such as 28 divided by 2 equals %(63).

Most, not all, crochet socks are made to be worn as what is known as slipper socks. These are house socks that you wouldn’t necessarily wear to go out shopping but something that you put on when you are around the house to keep your feet warm.

It is stitched from the toe to the cuff. This includes an example of a sock that measures 9. Record the length and width of the foot, such as 9.

Record the length of the heel as half of the width of the foot, such as 3. Record the length of the sock as the length of the foot minus the length of the heel, such as 9. Work in continuous rows around the sock to form a cylinder. In other words, do not join the last stitch of each row to the beginning stitch; just continue around over the top of the first stitch. Chain 9, 3 sc in the first st, sc in the next 6 stitches, 3 sc in the last st.

Continue around the back side of these previous stitches, sc in the next 6 stitches. An oval shape will have formed. Continue to increase 2 sc at each end of the oval until you have increased to the desired width of the foot. Record the measurements of the toe, such as 4 rows in length and 28 sc around the oval. Be sure that the number of rows on the front of the sock is equivalent to those on the back of the sock. Record the measurements of the foot, such as 30 rows in length and 28 sc around the sock.

The heel is made on the back half of the sock. Divide the number of sc around the sock by 2, such as 28 divided by 2 equals Working only on these 14 sc, decrease one sc at the beginning and one sc at the end of "every other" row until the desired length of the heel.

There should be about 10 sc remaining in the final decrease row. Then begin to increase one sc at the beginning and one sc at the end of "every other" row until 14 sc remain in the final increase row. Decrease rows should be equivalent to increase rows. The heel will resemble an hourglass, wide at the top and bottom and narrow in the center. Record the measurements of the heel, such as 14 sc decreasing to 10 sc.

Stitch the sides of the heel. Ch up 2 Rnd Repeat Rnd 37, Change to White after this round. Ch up 1 Rnd Repeat Round 10, Change to Gray after this round. Repeat Rnd 32, change to pink after this round, ch up 1 Rnd Change to Green after rnd 44, , ch up 2 Rnd Repeat Rnd 32, Change to Yellow after rnd Change to Pink after this round.

Repeat Rnd 32 Rnd Change to white after round 54, ch up 1. Change to Gray after this round Rnd Change to Blue after rnd Watch the video tutorial to learn how to shape the heel. SC in 21 sts leaving the rest unworked.

Ch 1, turn Row SC across, Ch 1, turn 21 sc Row SC across, ch 1, turn or make as many rows that measure about 2 inches, End on a row that the outside of the sock is facing you Row SC in next 5 sts [sc2tog] 2x, ch 1, turn Row SC in next 7 sts [sc2tog]2x, ch 1, turn Row ?

Repeat Row 75 until all sts on row 71 are worked. We will be working in rounds now: Next Rounds are as follows: With the outside of the sock facing you, ch 1, work 13 sc down left side of heel.

Place st marker, sc in next 21 sts, place st marker, work 13 sc up right side of heel, 1 sc in each st across heel. Ch 1, sc in each st until 2 sc before marker, sc2tog, sc until next marker, sc2tog, sc in the rest of the sts on round, sl st to beginning. Repeat Rnd 78 until there are 42 sts left. Change to Yellow after Rnd You can make this next part however long you want if you have smaller or longer feet. Repeat Rnd 10, ch up 2 after round 88 42 sc Rnd Change to Blue after rnd 94 Rnd Change to Yellow after Rnd 98 Rnd Change to Gray after Rnd Rnd SC in each st around.

Add st marker to each side watch Video tutorial to learn where exactly to place your stitch markers. Repeat Rnd until you have 18 sts left. Fasten off with long tail. You can embellish with your own flowers or bows With Yellow, Ch 2, Rnd 1: SC 20 in 2nd ch from hook, sl st to beginning sc. Fasten off with long tail for sewing. See video tutorial for placement. Make as many leaves as you want. Sew leaves next to flower on sock. I am happy to help if you have any questions along the way.

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I want to thank you for all you hard work. I will be making these socks next. It gives instructions how to make these different sizes. Also, in the video tutorial, I try to explain clearly how to make these bigger or smaller. Thank you for your comment. Knee-High Socks dreams recycled. Reblogged this on cindyzs and commented: I cannot say thank you enough for sharing your talent and hard work on making this pattern. I have seen the knit socks so many times on my Facebook page, and family members begging me to make them a pair.

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This was like a birthday present for me. I was so happy. So many of my friends and co-workers have asked me to make these socks. I found a pattern on ESTY is was a bit confusing. This pattern allows for any size yarn as well as any size crochet hook. It is stitched from the toe to the cuff. This includes an example of a sock that measures 9. Record the length and width of the foot, such as 9. Record the length of the heel as half of the width of the foot, such as 3.

Record the length of the sock as the length of the foot minus the length of the heel, such as 9. Work in continuous rows around the sock to form a cylinder. In other words, do not join the last stitch of each row to the beginning stitch; just continue around over the top of the first stitch. Chain 9, 3 sc in the first st, sc in the next 6 stitches, 3 sc in the last st. Continue around the back side of these previous stitches, sc in the next 6 stitches.

An oval shape will have formed. Continue to increase 2 sc at each end of the oval until you have increased to the desired width of the foot. Record the measurements of the toe, such as 4 rows in length and 28 sc around the oval. Be sure that the number of rows on the front of the sock is equivalent to those on the back of the sock.

Record the measurements of the foot, such as 30 rows in length and 28 sc around the sock. The heel is made on the back half of the sock. Divide the number of sc around the sock by 2, such as 28 divided by 2 equals Working only on these 14 sc, decrease one sc at the beginning and one sc at the end of "every other" row until the desired length of the heel. There should be about 10 sc remaining in the final decrease row.

Then begin to increase one sc at the beginning and one sc at the end of "every other" row until 14 sc remain in the final increase row. Decrease rows should be equivalent to increase rows. The heel will resemble an hourglass, wide at the top and bottom and narrow in the center. Record the measurements of the heel, such as 14 sc decreasing to 10 sc.

Dec 08,  · Visit tiodegwiege.cf for more details, written pattern and step-by-step instruction. Crochet simple socks. There’s nothing like a handmade pair of socks or slippers. Maybe you need a pair to pad around your hardwood-floored home or to wear with those flats to avoid blisters. No matter what kind of crochet socks you’re looking for, Craftsy has them. To make sure your feet are cozy all year round, we. Most, not all, crochet socks are made to be worn as what is known as slipper socks. These are house socks that you wouldn’t necessarily wear to go out shopping but something that you put on when you are around the house to keep your feet warm.