[Free Pattern] You\’ll Absolutely Love Making These Step-By-Step Crochet Socks… The Toe First Method Is Brilliant!

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This pattern is fun, easy, and wonderfully adaptable.

It takes a bit of crochet experience to be able to make this pattern, but with this a great design, any effort is immensely rewarded.

The Step-by-Step Socks by Amy O'Neill Houck are worked from the toe up and the lovely pattern makes a great close-fitting pair of warm cozy socks, so comfy and warm your feet will totally appreciate your work.

By the time you finish your first socks pair, you'll be ready to start making another one.

Step-By-Step Socks Free Crochet Pattern

Ultimate Crocheted Socks

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After completing these socks, you will see why they have been so popular. It is a very easy pattern, fun to make and quick! The instructions are clear and straightforward and contain a lot of interesting features and you will learn a bunch of new techniques! Ultimate Crocheted Socks

Woman’s Adult
Foot length: 9”
RED HEART® “Heart & Sole®”: 2 skeins 3955 Mellow
Crochet Hook: 2.75mm (US C/2)
Stitch markers.
Yarn needle

Get the full written pattern at Red Heart

Thanks to Amy O'Neill Houck for the article inspiration and featured image.

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38 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] You\’ll Absolutely Love Making These Step-By-Step Crochet Socks… The Toe First Method Is Brilliant!”

  1. Hahaha…Patricia, this is from the comments area. Hope it helps 🙂 “Longer stitches give you more of a stretch and ease than like a single crochet. By using a linked stitch it gives you a solid fabric that has a little bit of stretch to it. I think that because it’s a solid fabric the stitches don’t embed themselves into your foot.”

  2. The link for the free download did not work. So, I couldn’t get the pattern nor, was I able to get the yarn 🙁

    1. Rosemary, the link is fine. Please click on the words: Step-by-Step Socks (one line under, the name of the pattern followed by the designer’s name) to get to the pattern’s page. Hope this helps!

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