Crochet Pattern: Easy Adjustable Socks

By Rachel Choi – 10 Comments
This sock pattern is crocheted from the toe up to the leg in one piece so that no sewing is required! Indeed it is extremely adjustable, since it can be crocheted with any weight of yarn for any foot size you can imagine, from babies to adults, it’s all possible! You can adjust the length of your socks from ankle socks to knee highs. Also feel free to add more ribbing, as I know some folks would like it to start at the ankle. This pattern is not written in a conventional manner since it is extremely adjustable, so there are progressive photos that you can follow as you crochet.

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  1. Sarah Dee says:

    Wow, what a well-taken photo. Did you take it yourself Rachel?

  2. Linda cee says:

    Ooh, I love the colors!

  3. Elizabeth says:

    i love im! 🙂

  4. Very nice Rachel! This is one of those pairs of socks that should not be hidden under pants or boots. They must or should be seen when dressed in them.

  5. Rachel says:

    Thanks everyone!!

    @Sarah Dee, yes, but with a lot of difficulty lol

  6. Cami says:

    This is one for the wishlist! When I’m done with my knitted sock class, I’ll be all over this! Thanks, Rachel!!

  7. Pavi says:

    Thank you so much for this pattern! I have always wanted to make socks and my crocheting skills are so much better than my knitting skills:)
    Christmas socks it is for everyone in my circle:)

  8. Patrizia says:

    do you by any chance have a video of the slip stitching of the heel? I cannot seem to get it right… 🙁

    • Rachel Choi says:

      Sorry I don’t have a video. But feel free to email me at [email protected] and I can help you further. Let me know how far in the heel part you are and I can try and explain it as best I can.

      • Patrizia says:

        thanks Rachel, let me try for the fifth time and let’s see how it goes. looks a bit clumsy for the moment, but they do seem to be attached, at least. maybe I’ll send you a couple of pics later to see what you think 🙂

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