Hey everybody! I’m here again with new free crochet pattern for you, I’m sure you’ll like it. It’s super cute looking very easy to crochet and so many ways to use – mini socks! I crocheted lots of them in different colors just because can’t help myself to stop it ))) they are so adorable, love love love! Here the free pattern. Let’s get some yarn, hooks and begin.
- Some yarn of your choice (the thinner the better).
- A hook.
- A needle.
- Accessories of your choice (beads, lace, charms).
R1 : 6 sc in a magic ring (6)
R2 : increase in each stitch of previous round (12)
R3 : (1sc, increase) repeat 6 times (18)
R4 – R10 : 18sc (18)
let’s crochet a heel
R11 : 13sc, chain 1 and turn your crochet work. We are going to crochet back. (13)
R12 : 13sc, chain 1 and turn (13)
R13 : 13sc, chain 1 and turn (13)
R14 : 13sc, chain 1 and turn (13)
R15 : 3sc, decrease, sc3tog (single crochet 3 stitches together), decrease, 3sc, chain 1, turn (9)
R16 : 1sc, decrease, sc3tog, decrease, 1sc, chain 1, turn (5)
R17 : sc5tog (1)
Next let’s crochet a cuff. Continue working around with single crochet stitches.
R18 : 17sc (17)
It’s OK if number of stitches will be more or less then 17. For example 18 or 16, it’s not a big deal.
R19 – R22 : 17sc (17)
Fasten off and weave in the ends. Done!
You can crochet mini socks of all different colors and types you want.
It can be mini christmas stocking like this
Or sea themed sock like this
Or milk and coffee like this
Or bee sock like this
Or berry like
You also can decorate your socks with beads and laces. I glued a tiny bow to this one
And even more. You can crochet 2 similar socks of your choice and make cute earrings like this
I absolutely love when such ideas came up so spontaneous. Look how soft and romantic such earrings are.
One more idea – doll socks of course. My LIV doll Alexis loves her tiny socks so much as she decided to pose with her little Blueberry Bear for me as well.
Hope you like all the ideas and see you next Monday for updates.
This pattern is an original pattern by How To Amigurumi (November 2012). Please do not claim this pattern as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link to this pattern but please do not reprint it on your site. You may keep a copy for your own personal use but you may not sell or distribute it. You may sell items made from this pattern but please give credit or link back to “How To Amigurumi” as the original designer!