Have you been afraid to try crochet socks? Well, put that fear aside because I'm going to walk you through the Felici Crochet Socks Free Beginner Pattern. Keep on reading for the pattern and also a video tutorial to walk you through each step.
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I am so thrilled with the new yarn from WeCrochet. It's a self-striping yarn, so you get that great striping look without a billion ends to weave in. This is a limited edition yarn and is machine washable with it's 75% Superwash Merino Wool & 25% Nylon for a great comfortable stretch. It's so soft too, no scratch wool socks here. Try out the new limited edition Felici Worsted Weight Yarn today!
The Crochet Hook
For this project I chose to work with the Furls Streamline Wood Hook in Camwood. This is not only an affordable streamline hook, but it's also natural, I love the wood.
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Furls Streamline Wood Hook
size G+ (4.5mm), or hook to obtain gauge
Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends
WeCrochet Felici Worsted
Worsted 4 weight yarn, 75% Merino, 25% Nylon, 218yds/199m/100g
Small: 260 yds (238m)
Medium: 280 yds (256m)
Large: 300 yds (274m)
2 Balls Needed
Ch - chain
sc - single crochet
sc2tog - single crochet two together
sc3tog - single crochet three together
sl st - slip stitch
st(s) - stitch(es)
18.5 sts and 19 rows = 4x4” (10 cm) in single crochet
S: Shoe Size US 4-7
M: Shoe Size US 7-9
L: Shoe size US 9-11
Crochet Socks Beginner Pattern Notes:
I love self-striping yarn. It makes colorwork easy and fun with fewer ends to weave in later. For this pattern, I really enjoyed working with the Felici Worsted Weight Yarn from WeCrochet. It creates a comfy sock that can keep the toes warm. This sock is worked from the toe to the cuff with the heel being worked last.
Repeats are written as S (M, L)
The ch 1 on the ribbing does not count as a stitch.
This sock is worked in the round continuously without joining. I suggest using a stitch marker to keep track of the rounds.
- Special Stitches:
Magic Ring: https://brianakdesigns.com/magic-crochet-circle-ring/
Crochet Socks Beginner Pattern Video:
Crochet Socks Beginner Pattern Instructions:
Toe of Sock and Instep
|1||Inside the Magic Ring sc 6, pull ring closed, do not join as this will be worked continuously. Place stitch marker in first stitch of each round.||6|
|2||2 sc in each st around.||12|
|3||*2sc in first st, sc in next*; repeat from * to * around.||18|
|4||*2sc in first st, sc in next 2 sts*; repeat from * to * around.||24|
|5||*2sc in first st, sc in next 3 sts*; repeat from * to * around.||30|
|6||*2sc in first st, sc in next 4 sts*; repeat from * to * around. Please note: at this round the circle diameter is approx 2.75”. If needed go up or down a hook size to adjust.||36|
|7||Sc in each st around. Repeat this round until the sock reaches about 1 ¾” from the ankle, it’s best to try it on and add or remove rows if needed. This is a great time to customize the sock to your foot size. Remember these will stretch a little as worn so it should be a little snug. Repeat approx. 30 (34, 40) rounds.||36|
|1||Sc 7, 2sc in next, sc 1, 2sc in next, sc 16, 2sc in next, sc 1, 2sc in next, sc 7.||40|
|2||Sc in each st around.||40|
|3||Sc 8, 2sc in next, sc 1, 2sc in next, sc 18, 2sc in next, sc 1, 2sc in next, sc 8.||44|
|4||Sc in each st around.||44|
|5||Sc 9, 2sc in next, sc 1, 2sc in next, sc 20, 2sc in next, sc 1, 2sc in next, sc 9.||48|
|6-7||Sc in each st around.||48|
Split for Heel
|1||This round will make space for the heel to work later. sc 11, ch 14, skip 26 sts, sc 11||36|
Top of Sock
|1-12||Sc in each st around. This can be adjusted to be longer or shorter by increasing or decreasing the number of rounds.||36|
|1||Sl st in first st, ch 5, sc in the second ch from the hook & in remaining 3 chains, sl st 2 sts from the top of the sock.||4|
|2||Ch 1, skip 2 sts from the sock top, blo sl st 4, turn||4|
|3||Ch 1, blo st st 4, sl st 2 sts from the top of the sock, turn.||4|
|Repeats||Repeat Row 2-3 all the way around the top of the sock to create the ribbing. Either slip stitch in the blo of the last row to the loops of the first row to join, or fasten off and seam with a tapestry needle.||4|
|1||Join yarn to the 5th stitch to the left of the right heel corner, slip stitch in each stitch around including one stitch at the corners, do not join and work continuous.||40|
|2||Sc 19, sc2tog, sc3tog, sc2tog, sc 7, sc2tog, sc3tog, sc2tog.||32|
|3||Sc in each st around.||32|
|4||Sc2tog, sc 14, sc2tog, sc3tog, sc2tog, sc 4, sc2tog, sc3tog.||24|
|5||Sc in each st around.|
|6||*sc2tog, sc in next*; repeat from * to * around.||16|
|7||Sc in each st around.||16|
|8||Sc2tog around. Fasten off and weave in ends.||8|
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