A pair of sock is one of those projects that suit all – whether you are a beginner crocheter in need for practice, or an expert looking for short yet creative projects. Go through the following pattern ideas to find one that suits you.
This pattern has a special festive look to it, with the purple borders and buttoned design.
Socks crocheted out of vibrant multicolored yarn are sure to turn out so catchy, and here is an example. Get the pattern for free!
A warm, cozy sock, crocheted in a combination containing all the colors you can think of, can surely brighten up a dull winter day.
Another rather simple pattern for a pretty pair you can make for yourself, or you can wrap them up nicely as a present for a loved one.
This interesting pattern uses the extended single crochet along with the front post and back post double crochet stitches alongside the common chain and crochet stitches.
This is a cute and easy pattern using a soft blue shade of yarn that is sure to look adorable on your little boy. You can use a creamy pink shade to make a sock for your little princess.
Slipper style socks are another example of how you can make almost anything using the crochet technique. The free pattern instructions are easy to follow for beginners as well.
Crochet Sock Pattern
A yoga sock usually looks pretty intimating, often discouraging beginner crocheters from taking up a project. Here is a simple yet attractive yoga sock pattern for you to get started.
Perfect to keep you warm on those particularly chilly days, this boot sock pattern is quite simple, being suitable for beginners.
It is a common tradition for knitters or crocheters to make articles of clothing and accessories for the newest members of their families. This sock pattern perfectly fits the bill for such a purpose.
The buttons really add to the beauty of this already attractive pair of baby socks. And the fact that the two socks have different colored buttons makes it even more interesting.
Worked with black and white yarn, these chunky socks will look good in any contrast color combination.
Most of these patterns are worked with the basic crochet stitches, leaving plenty of scope for you to try something new or add some decoration to make the end product even more attractive.
Published on December 22nd 2014 by Daphne Bennette