I love warm feet! Sometimes in the winter they are very hard to come by, which is what makes crochet socks so awesome. Here are some great free crochet patterns to keep your toes toasty warm this winter!!

Socks - free crochet pattern round up

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Picotty by Akemi Takahashi
“Picotty is a very stretchy crochet socks that is full of picot. All you need is a little yarn and a few hours.” – for those of you with a milder winter!

2) Basic Sock by Nicole Cormier
“These socks are done with a slightly wider toe than I am known for designing. The method is toe-up, with a more traditional gusset and heel flap as opposed to the short row heels that I tend to favour.”

3) Chunky Knee-High Boot Sock by Sarah Lora
“Here’s a fun free pattern for a chunky knee-high sock. These are crocheted with heavy worsted to aran yarn and work up quickly in a few short hours.”

4) Valerie’s Knee High Socks by Dorianna Rivelli
These tall socks are really fun!!

5) Twist and Shout Socks – A Crochet Cabled Socks Update by Lauren Irving
“This is an updated pattern for my Crochet Cabled Socks pattern. It is now available in 3 circumfrences, worked from the toe up with an inline heel and a flat sole.”

6) Shell Socks by Julie Huston
Cute little socks with a shell stitch

7) Triumph Crochet Socks by Victoria Selnes
“Quick to make, these socks are thin enough to wear in your shoes and cushy enough to keep your feet warm through winter temperatures.”

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