Crochet Kroy Socks for Beginners
Crochet Socks Pattern + Tutorial
Crochet Socks Pattern + Tutorial

Crochet Socks for Beginners

This is a fabulous beginner project for beginners to crochet socks for the entire family. The pattern is provided in 2/4 years, 6/8 years, ladies 5/6, ladies 7/8 and mens sizes.

The pattern works from the toe up. Meaning you start at the toe and work towards the cuff of the top of the socks. For me, I like to work on socks in this direction verses cuff down. Just a personal choice.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern
Free Pattern for these Socks

In the tutorial provided below, I take you through the pattern doing the 2/4 years of sizes. As I state in the tutorial, if you are doing other sizes, just substitute my instructions with counts and measurements that reflect the size you are working on. The placement of the stitch markers and steps involved, as there are 6 steps total, are what matter the most.

So if you want to play along. Look above and click “GET PATTERN” and follow this tutorial using the sizes shown in the pattern. It’s rare for me to do sock tutorials, hopefully this will help those who have been emailing us.

We also have socks for Babies with a matching tutorial. Get my free pattern and tutorial here for those.

Video Tutorial

29 thoughts on “Crochet Socks for Beginners Pattern

  1. HELP! For the round after the toe widening, the round you repeat for the lengthening of the foot, how does it begin? I am stuck!

    Ch 1. 1 sc in each sc to end of round.

    Does this mean you don’t put a sc in the stitch with the chain? Thanks for your help.

  2. Hi There! I’m working on this right now and I realized a discrepancy. After the toe portion moving onto Round 3, you say that Lady’s Size 5/6 should have 48 single crochets around, but the sheet says 54. I did 54, and it started looking as wide as a stocking for Christmas. So I pulled back allllllll the way after realizing how wide it was (I had continued into “Next Rnd” for probably 5 rows before seeing how bad it really was) to find out that you can’t acquire 48 sticks. Only 46. So now I’m really confused and frustrated because I just lost probably half my progress…. Help… Which numbers are right? Was I just doing it wrong? Is it supposed to look that wide? My numbers were right up until the “repeat round 3” portion.

    • Hello, I am struggling with this pattern too. Did you complete the socks? What did you decide about the ladies size 5/6 size?

      • I never finished these, sorry. I never heard back about how to resolve the issue so I pulled the whole thing apart and found a different project to work on

      • Thanks for getting back to me. My sock also is coming out wide and then the seam goes at an angle. Ugh! I really wanted to be able to finish these.

      • I see Mikey has video’s for the socks, are they any help in answering your issue? As for the stitch after the chain from what I glanced at it looks like they’re all in the same stitch as the chained stitch.

  3. Hi everyone. I’ve never crocheted socks and found this pattern video. Unfortunately I can’t get the written pattern anymore. Would anyone have it to share with me please? Thank you


  4. Could I send you picture of the crochet projects I have complete from your patterns. I don’t see were to send them too.

  5. I have a question regarding this sock pattern. I’ve finished the toe and moved on to what the pattern calls “next rnd”. I’ve followed the pattern (ch 1. 1 sc in each sc to end of rnd), but I notice that my seam is moving, where yours did not. Am I supposed to continue on “sc in same sp as last sl st” as called for in the toe to maintain my seam on the bottom of the sock?

  6. Thank you for the written pattern. I am grateful when the person sharing realizes ? ? ? that I can’t sit with my device or computer, stopping and starting a tutorial to complete a project. And I’m a text learner as well as visual learner. But as an old experienced crocheted and knitter usually all I need is a photo and a pattern.

    Just for that, Mikey, I’m going to like you on Facebook and see all the fabulous projects I wish I could get done but know I never will. I have become a collector of pattern and yours will be a fun page to follow. Thanks again. Happy 4th. Be safe!. DB

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