Sunday, 24 November 2019

FREE Crochet Pattern, #657- TOE UP CROCHET SOCKS

657-TOE UP SOCKS

CROCHET PATTERN

Easy crochet stockings (socks) Pattern!


Copyright © 2013, M. E. Harrington This pattern may be printed for your personal use only. You may not in any form, reproduce, transmit, give away or distribute this pattern, including but not limited to images, diagrams and text, through any venue, including photocopying, other electrical or mechanical means, recording, or any other information storage and or retrieval system. Permission is granted to sell your finished garments.


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MATERIALS:

Worsted weight yarn 
(100 grams total for one pair) 
Crochet hook, size 6 mm (US J 10)
Yarn needle

INSTRUCTIONS: 

Gauge 3 stitches long by 3 rows high = 1 sq. inch

This pattern works from the toe up. Cuff color pattern: one row of black between each
 separate row of color.


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1.IF YOU HAVE NEVER CROCHETED SOCKS BEFORE, THIS VIDEO WILL BE HELPFUL:
   
LINK FOR CROCHET SOCKS DEMO




 Chain 2:
Women’s size 5 to 7: Make 5 single crochet in the 2nd stitch from the hook, slip stitch to join. 

Women’s size 7 to 9: Make 6 single crochet in the 2nd stitch from the hook, slip stitch to join. 

Women’s size 9 to 11: Make 7 single crochet in the 2nd stitch from the hook, slip stitch to join.


2. Chain 1 and turn, make 2 single crochet 
    in each stitch around, slip stitch to join. Size 5 – 7: 10 stitches; 
   size 7 – 9: 12 stitches; 
   size 9 – 11: 14 stitches)

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3. Chain 1 and turn, single crochet across the row, 
 making 2 single crochet in every 2nd stitch, slip stitch to join. 
   (Size 5 – 7: 15 stitches; 
    size 7 – 9: 18 stitches; 
    size 9 – 11: 21 stitches)


4. *Chain 1 and turn, single crochet in each stitch around, slip stitch to join. Repeat from * for 3 more rows, if desired, fasten off and begin another color.


5. *Chain 1 and turn, single crochet in each stitch around, slip stitch to join.
Repeat from * for: 
Size 5 – 7: 13 more rows; 
size 7 – 9: 16 more rows; 
size 9 – 11: 19 more rows.


6. Chain 1 and turn, single crochet across the row, leaving the following number of stitches not worked into:
Size 5 – 7: leave 5 stitches not worked into.
        Size 7 – 9: leave 6 stitches not worked into.
        Size 9 – 11: leave 7 stitches not worked into.


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7. *Chain 1 and turn, single crochet across the row of reduced stitches. Repeat from * for: Size 5 – 7: 3 more rows.
        Size 7 – 9: 5 more rows.
        Size 9 – 11: 7 more rows.




8. If desired, fasten off and start a new color for the heel:
*Chain 1 and turn, single crochet across the row of reduced stitches. Repeat from * for: 
 Size 5 – 7: 6 more rows.
         Size 7 – 9: 8 more rows.
         Size 9 – 11: 10 more rows.




9. Photo 1 and 2 below show the socks up to this step.
         Fold the back of the sock together, slip stitch to close 
         the heel end of the socks, passing through only one               side of the stitch to eliminate bulk. Pass through the  
         sides of the stitches that are touching each other. See 
          photo 3. (Photos 4, 5, 6, and 7 show the socks up to 
          this step.)

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10. (This step is shown in pink to more clearly illustrate this step, see photo 8.) Attach yarn in any stitch, evenly single crochet all around the opening of the sock. Size 5 – 7: evenly single crochet
                     28 stitches.
        Size 7 – 9: evenly single crochet 30 stitches
        Size 9 – 11: evenly single crochet 32 stitches.




11. This sample changed to black:
*Chain 1 and turn, single crochet in each stitch around, decreasing by 2 stitches across the row, preferably one stitch on each “side” of the sock.) Repeat from * for 2 more rows.



12. Chain 1 and turn, single crochet in each stitch around, slip stitch to join.


13. Chain 2 and turn, double crochet in each stitch around, slip stitch to join. (This sample used blue for this step.)

14. Chain 2 and turn, work front post and back post double crochet across the row, slip stitch to join. See a video demonstration of fp and bp dc here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-Zaq1MuAVQ



15.  Repeat step 13 for as many rows as you wish. To have the “ribs” stacked, work a front post in a front post. Working opposite (front post in a back post) will result in a basket-weave effect. Both are correct, use either method . Fasten off, and weave all yarn ends into the finished work.

END OF PATTERN


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