Socks

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.


Frozen Peony Socks

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! Don’t miss the classic original (the Adirondack Mountain Socks) from the December 2016 issue.

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Clark Men’s Socks

This design was created with this beautiful self-striping yarn blending some color favorites to get men some “flare” wearing their socks. The simple diamond stitch pattern on the socks is reminiscent of a faux argyle that men so love to wear. Clark is the perfect gift for the classy, but spunky, gentleman.

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Winter Weekend Socks

Cozy wool socks are made for lazy weekends, when you just want to relax and chill. In warm worsted weight wool, with a touch of cashmere, these comfy socks feature cables down the sides for a bit of style. The ribbed cuffs, heels and toes are in a contrast color. She won’t want to take them off!

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Eve Slippers

Sweet little slippers are a wonderful gift for Christmas, quick to knit and suitable for all generations. She’ll love the little bows on these sweet and versatile slippers. P.S. If you make a pair for yourself, these slippers will keep you warm as you wrap gifts on Christmas Eve!

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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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Fluffy Lodge Socks

Toast your toes by the fire in these super fluffy, beginner friendly, oversized rib socks. Worked from the toe up in a twisted rib to add texture, these socks are speedy to knit and can be worked two at a time. For seasoned sock pros, you can easily substitute your favorite toe and heel techniques.

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