You can sew socks? – The best sock sewing patterns
As much as I love to sew, and try to sew as much of our clothes as possible, I never thought to sew socks. When I first saw a post, I fell in love with the possibilities. No more boring socks. I can make my own with my favourite fabrics, using up scraps or repurposing clothes.
After the seed was planted, I discovered there is a whole world of sock sewing patterns out there. Here are some of my favourite sock sewing patterns and tutorials.
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The Rogue sock pattern from The Wolf and The Tree originally caught my eye. Their store has sock patterns for adults and kids, as well as tights and leg-warmers (the close relatives of socks!). See them all here.
The Cozy Critter Socks from Peekaboo Pattern Shop includes 8 animal appliques to add a cute touch to your handmade socks. The pattern comes in sizes newborn to 12 years, with ankle, crew and knee-high options. Cozy Toes Socks is the adult version of the pattern, which also includes 3 width options as well as the options above!
Syttochprytt has a cute lace-trimmed hidden sock sewing pattern (in Swedish and English) – great for stopping smelly feet with your favourite shoes!
The Let’s Go! socks sewing pattern from Sewing Heart Design has multiple length options, from anklet to knee-high.
Painted Layers Studio has the Kelsey Boot Sock sewing pattern.The pattern includes two lengths a shorter and longer style, and can easily be adjusted for a shorter length sock.
The No Show Socks and Anklets from The Wolf and the Tree have three options – anklets, regular no-show and low rise no-show. It includes sizes from Little Kid 10 up to Ladies 12/Men 12.
The Sewing Rabbit has a free tutorial for sewing these socks using another pair of socks as a template.
Jalie has a great thermal socks sewing pattern, and as always, their pattern includes sizes from baby to adult.
And would it be wrong to sew a pair of socks just so I could make this adorable sock dragon from Craft Passion?
Have you ever sewn a pair of socks? What is your favourite sock sewing pattern?