Crochet baby socks
I have designed these adorable baby socks with a great deal of focus on comfort and fit. They are crocheted in super soft baby merino yarn, which has the wonderful characteristic of being very soft and elastic, which gives these socks the ultimate comfort. In addition, I have made the design to fit perfectly on both heel and toe.
The socks are made with a wide ribbed edge at the top, so the socks wraps around the ankle and does not fall off, even on lively little feet 🙂
The sock are crocheted from the toe and up. The Ribbing and the heel will be crocheted on in the end.
You can find the free patterns below in size 0-3 months. If you want to make the Baby Socks in other sizes you can buy the ad-free PDF pattern in 5 different sizes from 0-24 months right here: CROCHET BABY SOCKS PATTERN
- Ribbing: 4 x 4 cm. = 10 stitches and 8 rows
- Main part: 4 x 4 cm. = 9 stitches and 6 rows
- MC- Magic circle
- ST – Stitch
- CH – Chains
- SL ST- Slip stitch
- SC- Single crochet
- HDC- Half double crochet
- HDC INC – Half double crochet increase ( Half double crochet 2 into the same st)
- DC DEC 3 – Double crochet decrease 3 ( Double crochet 3 together)
- Size 0-3 months.
- Measurements: Foot size 9,5 cm. full length 16 cm.
- Skill level: Intermediate.
- The Patterns is written in US crochet terms.
Round 1. Make a magic circle. Ch. 2. HDC 12 into MC. (12 st. ) Sl st into first st of round. Ch 1.
Round 2. *HDC INC in first st. HDC in next st. * Repeat from *-*. (18 st.) Sl st into first st of round. Ch 1.
Round 3. *HDC INC in First st. HDC into next 2 st.* Repeat from *-*. (24 st.) Sl st into first st of round. Ch 1.
Round 4-10. HDC in every st. around (24 st.) Sl st into 1st st of round. Ch 1. Do not ch 1 after the last round.
Round 11. Ch 12. Skip 12 st. ( This will create a hole for the heel). HDC 12 st. (24 st.) Sl st into first st of round. Ch 1.
Round 12-19 HDC in every st. around. (24 st.) Sl st into first st of round. Ch 1.
Cut and fasten off your yarn.
You will now make the ribbing at the top edge of your sock. The ribbing effect is made by working rows of SC in the back loops only.
Attach your yarn at the back edge of your sock. Chain 11
Row 1. SC in 2nd ch from the hook and in next 9 st. (10 SC). Attach the first row of your ribbing to the edge of your sock by making a Sl st into the next 2 st of the edge of your sock. Turn your work.
Row 2. Skip the 2 Sl st. SC in back loop only next 10 st. (10 SC) Ch 1 and turn.
Row 3. SC in 2nd ch from the hook and in next 9 st. (10 SC). Attach the row of your ribbing to your sock by making a Sl st into the next 2 st of the edge of your sock. Turn your work.
Row 4- 24. Repeat rows 2 and 3.
Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing. Sew the edges of your ribbing together, using the mattress stitch. Sew in your ends thoroughly.
The heel of the sock in worked in decreasing rounds.
Attach your yarn into middle back of your sock. where the hole is. Ch 1.
Round 1. HDC in first 5 st. DC DEC 3. HDC in next 10 st. DC DEC 3. HDC in last 5 st. (22 st.) Sl st into first st of round. Ch 1.
Round 2. HDC in first 4 st. DC DEC 3. HDC in next 8 st. DC DEC 3. HDC in last 4 st. (18 st.) Sl st into first st of round. Ch 1.
Round 3. HDC in first 3 st. DC DEC 3. HDC in next 6 st. DC DEC 3. HDC in last 3 st. (14 st.) Sl st into first st of round.
Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing. Sew the hole closed, using the mattress stitch. Sew in your ends thoroughly
Watch the easy Video Tutorial on how to make baby socks below.
You are welcome to make and sell as many crochet Baby Socks made from this pattern as you like. But make sure to link to Adorecrea.com, when you post pictures online of the items that you make from this pattern.
Thank you! And happy crocheting 🙂
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