Keep your toes warm with these cozy knitting patterns for socks and slippers. Find easy knitting patterns for scrap yarn slippers and shaped tube socks to knit.

Leaf Socks


These socks feature a simple lace pattern, and are ankle length to make them even more appropriate for spring. The picot cuff adds a delicate detail that’s perfect for the season. The socks are knit from the toe up, with a gusset and slipped stitch heel flap.

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Adirondack Mountain Socks


Take a journey through the mountains with this top-down sock that features a zig-zag cable reminiscent of hiking trails deep within the mountains. With simple cables, garter stitch, lace and a Fleegle heel, this design is easy, fun and doesn’t require picking up stitches to make its attractive heel!

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Lighthouse Socks


Because they are constructed to withstand powerful storms, lighthouses are frequently depicted as symbols of strength, shelter, protection and peace. This stitch pattern reflects a strong pillar accented by two twisting “waves.”

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Dad’s Dress Socks


These dressy men’s socks are worked top down with a ribbed cuff and an easy staggered purl ridge stitch pattern on the leg and instep. A traditional slip stitch heel flap and gusset transition into the foot, where the sole and toe are worked in comfortable stockinette stitch.

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Father’s Day Finest Socks & Scarf


A knit alternative to the traditional Father’s Day tie, make dad a pair of socks and a scarf to match. These socks are designed specifically for men’s feet, features wide circumferences, a square heel and rounded toe. The easy to memorize stitch pattern has a masculine look and results in a light fabric, making it an ideal sock for warmer weather. The scarf is cozy, but lightweight, and is an easy knit that will keep him warm and stylish. The scarf is knit using a simple two-row repeat.

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