10 Simple Sock Knitting Patterns for Beginner Knitters
Knitting may seem like a scary task to take on but with simple sock knitting patterns – you might just discover your hidden talent or at least an enjoyable hobby that you didn’t know you wanted!
Who doesn’t wear socks? Especially during the cold months, socks are a must-have! Which makes knitting socks yourself a perfectly good excuse to actually start learning to knit.
With these 10 simple sock knitting patterns, you can knock a few pairs, easy!
This simple sock knitting pattern is perfect for first-time sock knitters because there’s no heel to turn and no shaping until the simple decreases for the toe. The support around the heel comes from the ribbed pattern that creates elasticity, hugging the contours of your foot.
Striped Crew Socks
These Striped Crew Socks have such an incredibly nice, fresh feeling that all icky talk seems miles away.
Easy Peasy Socks
It’s a very easy pattern. Even a slow knitter can manage to knit in a day, even on a busy schedule!
Via Desi Living 101
Warm your toes with striped tube socks knit in fun and fancy colors. They stay put with comfy banded cuffs.
This is one of my basic sock knitting patterns, it has a heel flap and turned heel, gusset and a round toe. Very comfortable to wear. You’ll find that it works well with a plain yarn or a self-striping yarn.
Via Colour Choices
52 Stitch Ribbed Sock
This 52 Stitch Sock pattern is both a fun and practical project.
Game Day Slipper Socks
The Game Day Slipper Socks are bold slipper sock knit with contrasting colors in a simple stockinette stitch construction.
Via The Chilly Dog
Lazy Day Knit Socks
Your feet will stay nice and warm when you wear these cozy socks around the house. No matter what the weather is like outside, the bright colors of these socks will instantly put you in a good mood.
Slip Stitch Stripey
This pattern would work well to break up unwanted pooling in variegated yarns. You’ll love the effect with self-striping yarns!
Via Simply Notable
With just a hint of neon color on the toe, heel, and trim, these Summer Socks are practical, playful and perfect for warmer weather.
Via A Common Thread
How many socks have you knit in your lifetime? Don’t you think it’s time to start piling up those pairs so you have enough to give as gifts? The holidays may be several months away, but better safe than sorry!
For more lovely sock knitting patterns, check these out! Getting Started Knitting Socks, 2-at-a-Time Socks: Revealed Inside. The Secret of Knitting Two at Once on One Circular Needle, Serpentine Socks: E-Pattern from Socks from the Toe Up