There are many free sock knitting patterns and in the fall weather, who can resist sliding into a warm pair of knitted, slouchy socks?
Knitting socks are not really something that I thought I would get into – but once I tried an easy pattern that I got free with some sock yarn, I was hooked!
There’s something meditative about creating socks, knitting those rounds and switching your brain off from everything else.
Socks are a great project to take while travelling in the car or on the train, as they need little space and pass the time quite nicely.
Recently I was traveling to Glasgow with my husband to visit some Greek relatives that have relocated and while we watched a movie, I happily sat knitting baby socks on my 4mm (US 6) circulars.
Learning how to knit socks is a great way to develop your knitting skills and learn how to shape through increases and decreases.
This can also be a fantastic project for the fall, as you can make knit boot socks or cable knit socks for yourself and all of the family.
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If you are new to knitting and want to learn how to knit there are many easy and free patterns on my website, just take a look at my knitting pattern library, with patterns for women, men, baby, kids, pets and the home.
If you are a more experienced knitter – there are so many amazing fall knitting patterns to make that will be perfect for fall.
There are also dog sweater knitting patterns that are perfect for fall and winter.
Take a look at the roundup of sock knitting patterns below and feel inspired to make a pair to keep your feet warm.
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1. Seamed Socks Pattern
Make a pair of cosy seamed socks with this free pattern from Purl Soho.
Made out of Anzula’s Squishy, an incredibly soft hand-dyed superwash yarn with generous yardage and a touch of nylon for durability.
The knit socks will be super soft and comfy for the fall weather.
These simple socks are knit using double pointed needles in this pattern, you don’t ever actually work in the round.
Mostly you will use two double pointed needles as if they were normal straight needles, but when you get to the Gusset, you will use all three needles for a short period of time.
2. Slouchy Socks Pattern
Make a pair of slouchy socks with this free pattern from Patons.
Bring these comfortable foot warmers to life with your creativity and Patons Shetland Chunky Tweeds yarn.
Skill Level – Intermediate.
3. Easy Sock Knitting Pattern
Make a pair of socks with this easy pattern from Arne and Carlos.
With easy to follow instructions and a video tutorial you will be able to make socks in no time at all!
4. Women’s Toe-Up Socks Pattern
Make a pair of women’s toe-up socks with this free knitting pattern from Lion Brand Yarns.
Made with Lion Brand Sock Ease these socks are marked as – skill level intermediate.
5. Cosy knit Cable Socks Pattern
Make a pair of cosy cable cabin socks with this free pattern from Caron.
These cosy socks are ideal for cuddling-up at the cottage with a great movie or your favourite book.
Caron Simply Soft Tweeds is all about on-trend, natural looks, producing socks that essentially wear with anything.
This pattern includes a variety of sizes too, so you can whip up a few for the whole family.
6. Knit Sock Pattern
Make a pair of good fitting socks for super cosy feet with this free pattern from Red Heart.
Knit these socks in beautiful yarns with various colours and tones – from neutrals to dark shades.
What are you going to make this fall?
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