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19 Free Crochet Sock Patterns for Your Coziest Winter Yet

Do you know someone whose feet are always cold? Maybe it’s you? Whip up one of these free crochet sock patterns to stay cozy!

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I’m one of those people whose feet are always cold, so socks are an absolute must for me at all times. Crocheting your own socks is a very rewarding experience. They’re really not as hard as you might think! If you’ve ever wondered how to crochet socks, then you’ve come to the right place.

There are lots of different ways to diy crochet socks. Some designs are worked from the cuff down, and some are worked from the toe up. There is also quite a bit of variation in how patterns choose to tackle crocheting the heel. And we haven’t even talked about different colors, weights of yarn, or stitches! 

There’s a little something for everyone in this free crochet sock pattern round-up. You’ll find a lot of easy crochet sock patterns and a handful of more advanced ones if you’re looking for a challenge. I put a lot of time and thought into these little round-ups so I hope you enjoy them!

1. Toe-Tally Easy Socks

Try your hand at modern sock making with this darling crew length pattern. This free crochet sock pattern starts from the toe and works its way up. The heel is constructed in short rows. (Don’t worry if this technique is unfamiliar to you – there is a full picture tutorial!). You’ll be using the linked double crochet stitch for these beauties. 

Designer: Heart Hook Home

Yarn: Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice (Medium weight #4)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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2. Simplicity Socks

I’ve always loved no show socks because then I never have to worry about my socks clashing with my outfit. (Tell me it’s not just me!) These socks are super cute and they look super easy too! The pattern is available in 5 different sizes and you’ll be using single and half double crochet stitches.

Designer: Ashley Leither Designs

Yarn: ArkansasYarnCo Signature Plush (Fingering Weight #1)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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3. Slipper Socks

Did you know that tunisian crochet can be done in the round? You’ll need a double ended hook and a little extra patience but the end result is well worth it! The tunisian knit stitch mimics the look of knitting perfectly and the tunisian simple stitch cuff is a nice contrast. This pattern is worked from the cuff down.  

Designer: Hayley Joanne Robinson

Yarn: Sirdar Crofter DK (DK Weight #3)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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4. Purrr-fect Kitty Crochet Socks

Delight the cat lover in your life with a fabulous pair of cat inspired socks. Look closely at the cuff and you can see the rows of cats. There’s also a kitten nose and whiskers on the toe and an option to add some cat print flannel to the soles. You’ll be using single, half double, and double crochet stitches as well as crossed stitches and stitches worked around the post.

Designer: Krissy’s Over The Mountain Crochet

Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver Solids (Worsted Weight #4)
Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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5. Step On Socks

Get back to basics with these gorgeous gradient socks. They’re super easy to make with just basic crochet stitches – single crochet and half double crochet. The secret is using a gradient sock yarn! You’ll be working these cuties from the toe up and the heel is worked in short rows. 

Designer: Dora Does

Yarn: Paintbox Yarns Socks (Fingering Weight #1)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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6. Super Easy Slipper Socks

Here’s a little something different for you –  a free crochet sock pattern that’s worked in rows! This is a great option for a beginner crocheter who isn’t comfortable working the round yet. You can make these splendid socks with just basic stitches –  single, half double and double crochet. This pattern is available in 3 (extra-stretchy) sizes. 

Designer: Yay for Yarn

Yarn: Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn! (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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7. Snowball Slipper Socks

Who else loves unmatching socks? These socks are different because they’re made with a single skein of a color changing yarn. The pretty and textured lemon peel stitch is used to make these. The lemon peel stitch is just alternating single and double crochet stitches. I just love how thick and cozy these socks look!

Designer: Left in Knots

Yarn: Lion Brand Scarfie (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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8. Slouchy Slipper Socks

Hello color! These delightful slouchy socks look amazing in bright rainbow colors. They’re made with a single skein of super bulky yarn and just single crochet stitches. You’ll be working them from the toe up and the heel is done in short rows. You’re sure to make short work of these socks thanks to the thick yarn and simple construction.

Designer: Repeat Crafter Me

Yarn: Caron Chunky Cakes (Super Bulky Weight #6)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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9. Snuggly Slipper Socks

Here’s another super bulky pattern coming to your rescue if you need to make a pair of socks, stat! You’ll be using single and double crochet stitches, and sometimes working around the post, to make these simple and speedy socks. They’re worked from the top down with a contrasting cuff and toe.

Designer: Make and Do Crew

Yarn: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick (Super Bulky Weight #6)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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10. Simple Slipper Socks

This pattern boasts completion in under an hour! With 5 sizes to choose from, you could even make a pair for everyone in the family. This easy crochet sock pattern is worked from the toe up with just basic stitches – single and double crochet. I love super basic patterns like this, because there’s so much room to customize once you get the hang of it! 

Designer: Winding Road Crochet

Yarn: Lion Brand Color Made Easy (Bulky Weight #5)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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11. Spiral Socks

Do you want to try something new and different? How about a free crochet sock pattern that starts at the heel? First you make a two color spiral and then you add onto that for the leg and the foot. You’ll be using basic stitches – single, half double and double crochet – as well as linked double crochet stitches and stitches worked around the post for the cuff. 

Designer: Ooh I love it!

Yarn: DK Weight #3

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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12. Herringbone Socks

These socks look amazing in stripey sock yarn and are a great way to practice a new crochet stitch too! Have you tried the herringbone half double crochet stitch before? It’s one of my favorites because it looks really neat and different. It also lends the project extra drape and stretch. 

Designer: Heart Hook Home

Yarn: Knit Picks Felici (Fingering Weight #1)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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13. Homebody Slipper Socks

Make your quarantine “staycation” more enjoyable with these fabulous Homebody Slipper Socks. This pattern can be made with a single skein or with 2 contrasting colors as shown. It’s a super simple design that’s worked from the toe up with a short row heel using almost entirely half double crochet.

Designer: Make and Do Crew

Yarn: Lion Brand Feels Like Butta (Medium Weight #4)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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14. Valerie’s Knee High Socks

Let’s bring back knee high socks! I love long socks for cozy winter layering, plus they are just so fun. This adorable toe up design features a solid half double crochet toe and a lacey double crochet v-stitch for the rest. The pattern has what’s called an “afterthought heel.” You’ll be leaving a hole for the heel at first and then going back to work it separately. 

Designer: The Lavender Chair

Yarn: Caron Simply Soft (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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15. Cozy Slipper Socks

Go beyond the basics with these fun and colorful slipper socks. The toe up design is all front post double crochet stitches for the foot portion and then playful shell stitches made with single and double crochet for the ankle. The best part is that they’re made with super bulky yarn so they’re sure to be super speedy to make!

Designer: B.Hooked Crochet

Yarn: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick (Super Bulky Weight #6)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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16. Spruce Socks

These splendid crochet socks could give any pair of knit socks a run for their money. The clever design features a plain single crochet sole and a lovely textured top to the sock that uses single crochet and front post double crochet stitches. You’ll be working from the toe up with a short row heel. Bonus, this pattern has lots of helpful pictures!

Designer: Mon Petit Violon

Yarn: Knit Picks Hawthorne Fingering Multi (Fingering Weight #1)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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17. Rainbow Slipper Socks

Raid your stash for lots of different brightly colored leftover skeins and you can make these easy crochet slipper socks! They’re worked from the toe up with a short row heel. Continuous rounds of single crochet ensure that there’s no unsightly seam and the color changes are made on the soles so they’re out of sight. 

Designer: Oomanoot

Yarn: Worsted Weight #4

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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18. Cozy Cottage Socks

These socks aren’t knit, I promise. Look again! The main part of the sock is worked in the waistcoat stitch which is a single crochet variation that closely resembles knitting. You’ll be working the cuff first with a slip stitch ribbing and then you’ll work your way down to the toe, with a short row heel along the way. 

Designer: Rich Textures Crochet

Yarn: Fleece & Harmony Signature (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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19. Ho Ho Ho Socks

Keep your toes cozy and christmas-y in these adorable Ho Ho Ho Socks. They’re made from the toe up with half double crochet stitches. The heel is constructed in rows with single, half double and double crochet stitches. The real magic happens in the tapestry crochet cuffs where you’ll be making little bow designs. Don’t forget the pom poms!

Designer: Crystalized Designs

Yarn: Red Heart Soft Solids (Medium Weight #4)

Click here for the free crochet pattern!

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Looking for a super quick project that keeps your feet warm? Check out my Super Bulky Slipper Socks – work up in a flash and have a video tutorial!

Click here for the free pattern!

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Sock inspiration overload! Did you find a pattern (or two) that you would love to make? Did we miss one of your all-time favorite crochet sock patterns? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below!

Oh, and don’t forget to bookmark this page or save it to your Pinterest so you can find it again when you fancy making another pair! We would also really appreciate it if you follow the blog for more fabulous and free crochet patterns!

Happy Crocheting!
Amanda

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Homebody Easy Crochet Slipper Socks Free Pattern

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This easy crochet slipper socks pattern is easy to customize for most adult feet and makes a great gift. Get the free pattern belowor purchase the ad-free, printable PDF here.

This easy crochet slipper socks pattern is easy to customize for most adult feet and makes a great gift. Free pattern + tutorial featuring Lion Brand Feels Like Butta.
Thanks to Lion Brand Yarns for providing the yarn for this easy crochet slipper socks free pattern. This post contains affiliate links.

Welcome back to the Make & Do Crew guest designer series. While I’m getting to know the newest baby in our family, Megan from Left in Knots is sharing her free easy crochet slipper socks pattern with us today! You can see lots of of Megan’s crochet patterns her blog, Left in Knots, Etsy, and Ravelry. And be sure to check her out on social media too: Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook. Megan, take it away!

The Inspiration for My Easy Crochet Slipper Socks

Whatever the season, I always love an evening at home snuggled up on the couch with my crochet. These not-too-bulky-yet-oh-so-snuggly crochet slippers are made with Lion Brand Yarn Feels Like Butta. They are my new go-to slippers for lounging all year long and are so easy to make! Make a pair for yourself or as a DIY gift with this free crochet pattern.

These easy crochet slipper socks are the perfect introduction to crochet footwear for beginners. Free pattern + tutorial.

How To Crochet Slipper Socks

One of the hardest parts about crocheting matching pairs or slippers or mittens is making them the same size. As I mentioned above, Feels Like Butta yarn makes it really simple to crochet with an even tension, and even tension = matching slippers that turn out the same size! Hooray! If you are intimidated by crocheting slipper socks – don’t be. Crocheting these isn’t much different from crocheting a hat. If you want to start with something even more basic – try these Simple Cotton Slipper Socks.

New to crocheting slipper socks? Here is a quick disclaimer! Yarn slippers are SLIPPERY. If these will be worn on any hard floors (tile, wood, laminate, etc), I highly recommend adding something to the bottom to reduce the amount of slip. This can be done with fabric puff paint or sewing a grippy fabric to the bottom of your slippers. Make & Do Crew has a great tutorial here for adding leather to the bottom of your slippers.

Cozy Yarn = Cozy Slippers

The name ‘Feels Like Butta’ is pretty self explanatory, but let me take a moment to let you know that this yarn is the SOFTEST. They also started carrying the bonus bundles at Michael’s – so it’s even easier to add to your stash now!

That being said, you will only need one or two small skeins of Lion Brand Feels Like Butta Yarn to make the Homebody Slipper Socks. I love patterns that can be turned into one skein projects, and if you want to make solid colored slipper socks you will only need one skein! But I also love that Feels Like Butta Yarn is available in so many different complementary colors, and so of course I decided to add an accent toe and heel to my pair as pictured.

This yarn works up like a dream and when working with it, it’s very easy to maintain consistent tension. It’s just the right amount of fuzzy to be so soft, but not so much that it tangles and catches while you are working with it. In short, it will make your next most cherished pair of slipper socks. You could make them as a gift, but I don’t think you’ll want to give them away!

More Free Crochet Slippers Patterns

Can’t wait to wrap your feet in even more crochet coziness? Check out these free crochet patterns for even more slippers ideas!

Four free crochet patterns for slippers, including unisex slippers, slipper muluk boots, slipper socks, and button slippers.

1. Saturday Slippers // 2. Sierra Crochet Slippers // 3. Snuggly Crochet Slipper Socks // 4. Sunday Slippers

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Explanation:
These slipper socks will be your “go-to” crochet footwear when you need something equally cozy and simple. This beginner-friendly crochet pattern uses simple shapes and decreases to make them fit your feet comfortably, and using Lion Brand Feels Like Butta yarn will make your feet happy!

These slipper socks are easily adjustable in size and can be made to fit most adult feet. The colors are customizable (Feels Like Butta yarn comes in 18 different colors!) so you can make them in two colors with an accent toe/heel as pictured, OR turn it into a one skein project and make them in a solid color. Feels Like Butta yarn maintains its tension well, so it will be easy to make your slippers match in size and shape. Can you crochet in the round? Then you can make these slipper socks.

Supplies:
• Lion Brand Feels Like Butta (weight: 4/worsted – 400 yards, 3.5 oz)
– Color A: Ice (#215-106) – 1 ball
– Color B: Dusty Blue (#215-108) – 1 ball
• Size G (4.0 mm) crochet hook
• Tapestry needle
• Stitch markers
• Scissors
• Puffy/fabric paint (optional)

Sizes/Measurements:
• Size Small: Length Heel to Toe = 9.5″

• Size Medium: Length Heel to Toe = 10″

• Size Large: Length Heel to Toe = 10.5″

• Width of foot portion (laid flat) = 3.75″

Gauge:
• 8 HDC x 7 rows = 2” in HDC

Abbreviations and Glossary (US Terms):
ch: chain
sl st: slip stitch
SC: single crochet
SC2Tog: single crochet two together
HDC: half double crochet
HDC2Tog: half double crochet two together
FPHDC: front post half double crochet

Overall Pattern Notes:
• The chain stitches at the beginning of each round/row do not count as a stitch.

• Size S fits sizes 6.5-8; M fits sizes 8-9.5, L fits sizes 9.5-11.

• These slipper socks have some stretch and the sizes are forgiving.

• The last stitch of each round is attached to the first stitch of the round with a slip stitch

• Please be cautious wearing these on hard floors! They are slippery. I added puffy fabric paint to the bottom of mine to reduce the slip.

Start with a magic circle (Color A)

Free easy crochet slipper socks pattern and tutorial featuring Lion Brand Feels Like Butta yarn.

Round 1: ch 1, work 10 HDC into the magic circle, pull tight (10)

Round 2: ch 1, 2 HDC in each st around (20)

Round 3: ch 1, *2 HDC, HDC, repeat from * around (30)

Round 4-8: ch 1, HDC around (30)

**Change to Color B**

(Small) Round 9-21: ch 1, HDC around (30)

(Medium) Round 9-23: ch 1, HDC around (30)

(Large) Round 9-25: ch 1, HDC around (30)

**This section of the slipper should cover your foot up to your ankle (it is ok if it has to stretch just a little bit to do so). You will now start working back and forth in rows with Color A**

Keep your feet cozy warm as the seasons change with these super soft crochet slipper socks. Free pattern + tutorial.

Row 1-7: ch 1, HDC in 18 sts (18) Turn.

Row 8: ch 1, *HDC2Tog, HDC, repeat from * across (12). Turn.

Row 9: ch 1, HDC2Tog across (6). Turn

Row 10: ch 1, HDC2Tog across (3). Turn

**Do not cut your yarn. You will now be working in rounds around the ankle portion of the slipper with Color B**

Round 1: ch 1 and turn, HDC evenly around the ankle opening so that you have 40 stitches around (40)

Round 2: ch 1, *HDC2Tog, SC in next 8 sts, repeat from * around (36)

Round 3: ch 1, HDC around (36)

Round 4-6: ch 1, *FPHDC in 2 sts, HDC in 2 sts, repeat from * around. (36)

Round 7: ch 1, *SC2Tog, SC in next 7, repeat from * around (32) Attach to the first SC of the round with a sl st.

Tie off yarn and weave in ends.

Thanks again to Megan of Left in Knots for sharing this free crochet slipper socks pattern! Be sure to check out Megan’s blog for lots more free modern crochet patterns!

More Free Modern Crochet Footwear Patterns

If you loved these easy crochet slipper socks, check out these most popular M&DC crochet slipper and shoe patterns with flip flop soles. Have questions about crocheting on flip flops? We answer them all in the FAQs here!

Four free crochet patterns for slippers and boots with flip flop soles.

1. Breckenridge Crochet Boots – Learn how to make UGG-style crochet boots with flip flop soles with this free crochet pattern and video tutorial. This adult-sized pattern makes super cozy slippers or even outdoor crochet shoes. 

2. Taos Crochet Slipper Boots – Keep your toes epically toasty in these mukluk style crochet slipper boots with flip flop soles. The mukluks are crocheted separately and then added to the flip flops, making this a perfect first crochet flip flop project.

3. Coachella Lacy Crochet Boots – Whether you’re headed to Coachella or your local concert in the park, this crochet boots pattern for adults will complete your boho-inspired outfits all season long!

4. Cabin Crochet Boots –  You’ll be a DIY goddess of cozy with these crochet boots with flip flops for soles! They make excellent slippers or UGG-like sweater boots to wear around town.

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Crochet Two-Toned Slipper Socks - Free Pattern

This free crochet pattern uses Lion Brand Yarn ‘Feels Like Butta’ yarn to make the coziest two-toned slipper socks perfect for beginners. These easily adjustable slipper socks are written to fit adult women’s feet. Make them in a solid color with just one skein of yarn, or use two colors to add a color pop with an accent toe and heel.

Lion Brand ‘Feels Like Butta’ Yarn

If you love soft yarn - let me take a moment to introduce you to Lion Brand Yarn ‘Feels Like Butta’. It is a Category 4 yarn that has the softness of chenille without the challenges of working with chenille. This yarn doesn’t have a lot of give, which means it is easy to control your tension. That means it will be easy to get two matching slipper socks when you are done making these!

This yarn is 100% polyester and so, so warm. I’m going to be wearing these on my feet all fall and winter long. They make great house slippers with the added benefit that they are completely machine washable/dryable.

Simple Crochet Slipper Socks for any Size

If you have never made crochet slipper socks before; what are you waiting for?! They are much easier than they look, and you can easily adjust the size to fit your foot no matter how large or small. This pattern includes instructions for small (women’s size 6-7), medium (8-9) and large (10+) sizes, but you can easily adjust them with a custom fit to your foot.

Crochet slipper socks made with soft yarn

Solids or Two-Toned

Lion Brand Feels Like Butta yarn comes in several different colorways that complement each other nicely for making two-toned slipper socks. I chose to combine ‘Ice’ and ‘Dusty Blue’ colorway because I wanted to make these cozy slippers with a fun visual accent. It was hard to pick one color combo because so many of them would be cute! I also considered making a neutral pair with ‘Charcoal’ and ‘Pale Grey’ or a bold pair with ‘Red’ and ‘Cranberry’. Whether you prefer pastels, brights or neutrals - you will be able to find a color combo you love by mixing and matching the 18 different colorways.

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Free Crochet Pattern Available on Make and Do Crew!

I had the honor of designing this pattern for Jess of Make and Do Crew. She had an adorable little baby boy last spring and has been inviting guest bloggers to post on her site. Since she is one of my internet crochet crushes I had to help her out! She and Lion Brand Yarn sent me the free yarn to design with - isn’t online collaboration and supporting each other wonderful?! Head over to Make and Do Crew for the free version of this pattern, or you can purchase an ad-free formatted printable if you prefer.

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