Cozy From The Toe Up Socks

3 different stitch patterns, 3 different cuff styles, 4 different sizes, and multiple gauges make for a truly unique pair of socks for any loved one!

Cozy From The Toe Up Socks


A: Knit Picks Risata (CYCA #1), 42% Cotton, 39% Wool, 13% Polyamide, 6% Elastic, 196yds/ 50g, E/4- 3.5mm hook: #24106 Burgundy, 2 (2, 3) balls (used in Basic Sock)
B: Cystal Palace Yarns Maizy (CYCA #1), 82% Corn Fiber, 18% Elastic Nylon, 204yds/ 50g, E/4- 3.5mm hook: #1205 Deep Rose, 2 (2, 3) balls (used in Woodsy Version)
C: SWTC Tofutsies (CYCA #1), 50% Wool, 25% Soysilk, 22.5% Cotton, 2.5% Chitin, 465yds/ 100g, D/3- 3.25mm hook: #785 Toot toot, 1 (1, 2) balls (used in Clunky Lace Version)

D/3 (3.25mm) hk or E/4 (3.5mm) hk or hk needed to obtain gauge

Stitch Markers

Stitches Used
ch Chain
sl st Slip Stitch
sc Single Crochet
esc extended sc
hdc Half Double Crochet
dc Double Crochet

Gauge 1: 20 esc by 18 rows = 4” by 4” with A yarn
Gauge 2: 22 esc by 19 rows = 4” by 4” with B yarn
Gauge 3: 24 esc by 20 rows = 4” by 4” with C yarn

hed size
S (M, L, XL) fits 7” (8”, 9”, 10”) mid-foot circumference. Socks shown in medium.

Pattern is written for the basic sock, and then directions are given at the end for changes to make the clunky lace and woodsy sock versions. Before beginning pattern, choose a gauge and size from the table and replace all the letters with numbers in the directions. All cuffs are interchangeable on any sock style.

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Robyn said...

From a reader, which blogger was not playing nicely with:

I bought your sock pattern. Thanks for adding to the small but growing number of them out there.
My LYSO talks down crocheted socks because she says they'd be uncomfortable underfoot. We'll see! Thanks for the inspiration.

P.S. The light blue in the symbol charts doesn't print out very well, in color or in b/w.


My response:
Hope you like the pattern. I enjoy wearing crocheted socks. I think it is just a matter of preference.

Thanks for the comment about the color in the symbol charts too. I appreciate the feedback. I'll see what I can do to remedy that in the future.


Amy O'Neill Houck said...

Awesome! I want to try the clunky lace version. ;-)

Michelle said...

Excellent, excellent, excellent! Have just bought the pattern, and once I've finished my current socks, I'm going to play with this pattern!

bodymap said...

I'm trying the woodsy version. I don't quite understand the HDC middle loop. I can't see any horizontal loop below the usual loop. Or should I be looking for a vertical loop? I'm assuming that it's not part of the post of the stitch? Love the look of these socks.