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    Crochet Unisex Socks FREE PATTERN

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    If you are one of those who lose the pair of socks easily, this wonderful crochet project will be your definitive solution. Knit as many as you want and don’t worry if you lose your pair. Grab your hook and thread and create a new one! 

    Abbreviations

    Pc: Chain stitch.

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    Pb: Low point.

    Materials _

    Teal elastic yarn – 2 balls.

    Hook size F-5 (3.75mm) and G-6 (4mm).

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    Stitch marker or a small piece of thread.

    Yarn needle (to weave the ends).

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    Measures

    One size fits most: Socks can fit women’s shoe sizes larger than 11 or men’s shoe sizes 10-14 due to the stretchy nature of the yarn.

    Ribbed piece measures approximately 9″ long by 1″ high

    Heel piece measures approximately 3″ wide by 2″ long

    From the bottom of the rib to the tip it measures approximately 8″.

    The circumference around the foot measures approximately 9.5″.

    Caliber

    Working sc on round, 21 stitches for 28 rows = approximately 4″.

    Instructions

    The socks are started by working the ribbing vertically, the heel and the rest of the foot are done along the sides of the rows of ribbing. Be patient, especially if you have never made a sock before. At first it will look very strange.

    Be careful not to stretch the yarn when you are knitting it. You want to let the elastic work for you when wearing your socks, not stretch it.

    Sock (bundle 2)

    Corrugated

    Row 1: With smallest hook, sc 5, sc in second sc from hook and in each remaining sc, turn – 4 sc.

    Row 2: Sc 1, working in back loops only, sc through, turn – 4 sc.

    Rows 3-53: Repeat row 2. Do not fasten. Without twisting, using the initial strand of the base pc. sew row 1 to row 53.

    Start working along the sides of the rows.

    Heel

    Row 1: Use the largest hook for this row and for the rest, sc 1, sc on the side of the 10 rows of the seam, turn, leaving the remaining rows unworked – 10 sc.

    Row 2: Sc 1, sc in each sc, turn – 10 sc.

    Row 3: Sc 1, 2 sc in first sc, sc to last sc, 2 sc in last sc, turn – 12 sc.

    Rows 4-6: Repeat row 3. In the last row, 18 sc.

    Rows 7-11: Sc 1, sc across, turn – 18 sc.

    Row 12: Sc 1, skip first sc, sc in last 2 sc, skip 1 sc, sc in last sc – 16 sc.

    Bellows shape

    Row 1: Sc 1, sc on the side of the 12 rows of the heel, sc on the side of the remaining 43 rows of the ribbing, sc on the side of the 12 rows on the opposite side of the heel, sc in the center 14 sc at the bottom of the heel. Mark the last point with a point marker. (Move the stitch marker up as you go through the next rows.) Start working in a spiral without joining the rows along – 81 sc.

    Round 2: Sc in 12 sc, skip a sc, sc in 41 sc, skip a sc, sc in 26 sc – 79 sc.

    Round 3: Sc in 12 sc, skip a sc, sc in 39 sc, skip a sc, sc in 26 sc – 77 sc.

    Round 4: Sc in 12 sc, skip a sc, sc in 37 sc, skip a sc, sc in 26 sc – 75 sc.

    Row 5: Sc in 12 sc, skip a sc, sc in 35 sc, skip a sc, sc in 26 sc – 73 sc.

    Row 6: Sc in 12 sc, skip a sc, sc in 33 sc, skip a sc, sc in 26 sc – 71 sc.

    Row 7: Sc in 12 sc, skip a sc, sc in 31 sc, skip a sc, sc in 26 sc – 69 sc.

    Row 8: Sc in 12 sc, skip a sc, sc in 29 sc, skip a sc, sc in 26 sc – 67 sc.

    Row 9: Sc in 12 sc, skip a sc, sc in 27 sc, skip a sc, sc in 26 sc – 65 sc.

    Row 10: Sc in 12 sc, skip a sc, sc in 25 sc, skip a sc, sc in 26 sc – 63 sc.

    Row 11: Sc in 12 sc, skip a sc, sc in 23 sc, skip a sc, sc in 26 sc – 61 sc.

    Instep shape

    Round 1: Sc in 47 sc, skip a sc, sc in 12 sc, skip a sc – 59 sc.

    Round 2: Sc in 47 sc, skip a sc, sc in 10 sc, skip a sc – 57 sc.

    Round 3: Sc in 47 sc, skip a sc, sc in 8 sc, skip a sc – 55 sc.

    Round 4: Sc in 47 sc, skip a sc, sc in 6 sc, skip a sc – 53 sc.

    Round 5: Sc in 47 sc, skip a sc, sc in 4 sc, skip a sc – 51 sc.

    Foot rest

    Rounds 1-25: sc around – 51 sc.

    Row 26: [Skip a sc, sc in the next sc] 25 times, sc in the last sc – 26 sc.

    Row 27: [Skip a sc, sc in the next sc] 13 times – 13 sc.

    Finish

    Flatten the sock to determine the center and, with the thread needle, sew the tip. Weave all ends securely.

    Now you only have to create your other pair, to complete and enjoy your knitted socks?

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