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How to Knit Socks: 21 of the Trendiest Knit Sock Patterns

Check out these easy knit sock patterns to add a special cozy touch to all your outfits.

By: Morgan Metcalf, Editor,
How to Knit Socks 21 of the Trendiest Knit Sock Patterns

Looking for the knitted accessory you simply must have in your wardrobe? Well, look no further than How to Knit Socks: 21 of the Trendiest Knit Sock Patterns. These trendy knitted sock patterns are everything you need to both teach you how to knit socks and keep you looking absolutely fabulous. Knit socks are the timeless knits that know no boundaries. They keep your feet wrapped in warmth and comfort all year long. If you’re anything like me when it comes to losing one (or both) socks in a matching set, then you know that there’s simply no such thing as having too many in your possession.

Having to buy socks over and over again is never fun. Not to mention, most of the socks in stores only come in the same boring stock colors. Why not take on these knitted sock patterns and make your own wearable knits? Knitting your own socks will not only save you money in the long run but also add an even more personal flair to all of your outfits. Let your beautiful personality shine through and learn how to knit socks today that are sure to add a special kick to all of your outfits.

Whether you’re just a beginner knitter learning how to knit socks or a more advanced knitter looking for some of the latest must-have knitted accessories to add to your collection, we have just the knitted sock patterns for you right here. With this easy knit sock pattern collection, you’ll have enough pairs to keep you knitted and colorful for quite a while. That’s not all. We’ve also included some of our best knitted slipper patterns to keep your feet protected and warm around the house.

Find out how to knit socks for yourself, or take on the task of making knitted socks for the whole family. Whichever you choose, these knitted delights will be the trendy and comfortable accessories you’ll just love to wear again and again.

Easy Peasy Knitted Sock Patterns

It doesn't take much to learn how to knit socks. Here's the proof. Make absolutely amazing knitted socks for you and your friends in no time at all with these easy knitted sock patterns. Each of these patterns will walk you through the process, allowing you to learn and succeed along the way. Pick your favorite sock colors (there are so many!), and get started on these fun patterns. Your feet will thank you!

  • Berries and Cream Slipper Socks

    There's nothing better than putting your feet up after a long day of work. The Berries and Cream Slipper Socks are the perfect accompaniment to a cup of hot tea and a good book.

  • Basic Sock Knitting Pattern

    Free knitting patterns don't have to be complicated. Take this Basic Sock Knitting Pattern, for instance. If you've always wanted to try sock knitting, this easy pattern is a great one to start with.

  • Lazy Day Knit Socks

    Lounging around the house is best done in a pair of hand knit socks. You won't want to take the Lazy Day Knit Socks off of your feet once you put them on.

  • Lovely Lace Socks

    These Lovely Lace Socks are a great project to make for yourself or for a loved one. All free knitting patterns are great but this one especially!

  • Slip Stitch Striped Knit Socks

    These fun cuff down socks use the Tweed Rib Stitch Pattern to add a lively texture. The slipped stitches create fun little dashes and dots of color.

Knit Socks for the Whole Family

Knitting for the family has never been easier. These knitted sock patterns are great for everyone in the house from baby all the way to that guy it's always hard to knit for. It could be fun to have some matching family socks. Wouldn't that be a cute family photo? The possibilities are endless with these great knit sock patterns.

  • Baby and Me Socks

    It's always fun to match, especially with warm winter socks! The Baby and Me Socks pattern is a basic knit sock pattern that is an absolute classic for both adults and children.

  • Cozy Slipper Socks

    Some days the thought of getting out of bed seems impossible. The next time your alarm clock goes off, instead of hitting snooze, get out of bed and slip on the Cozy Slipper Socks.

  • Stash Buster Socks

    It's time to clean our your yarn bin with this easy knit sock pattern. The Stash Buster Socks are a great way to clear out old yarn to make room for...more yarn!

  • Serendipity Socks

    Get ready for summer with lightweight free sock knitting patterns like this one for colorful Serendipity Socks! Knit up these richly textured socks with a series of simple knit stitches and yarn overs.

  • Knit Baby Socks

    These Knit Baby Socks will keep your little one's toes warm and cozy. The nice ribbed tops will keep them on baby's feet so you don't need to worry about them kicking them off throughout the day.

  • Ballet Pink Slipper Socks

    The Ballet Pink Slipper Socks are the perfect way to keep your feet nice and toasty on the coldest of days. These socks are made with bulky weight yarn so they knit up super quick.

  • Gothic Arches

    Gothic Arches is a unisex sock pattern that is knit top-down. It uses Bavarian twisted stitches to portray the typical arches you can find in Gothic buildings and features a fleegle heel.

Knitted Slipper Patterns to Last a Lifetime

Get ready to slip and slide around the house in style with these knitted slipper patterns. Slippers are the best to have around for those chilly mornings when the hardwood floor is icy against your feet. No more! These slipper patterns will hug your feet and give them tons of warmth. Plus, some of them are so quick, it won't be long before the entire family is sporting these trendy knits.

  • Grandma's Simple Knit Slippers

    Check out Grandma's Simple Knit Slippers to learn how to create a pair of comfy, cozy slippers for your loved ones. This pattern is very beginner friendly as it utilizes basic stitches such as the garter stitch and purling method.

  • Lightning Fast Slippers

    After a long day at work, everyone deserves to slip their feet into a pair of homemade knit slippers. If you're short on time, need a fabulous holiday gift idea or your feet are just plain freezing, you'll love these Lightning Fast Slippers.

  • Basic Chunky Slippers

    There's no need to go out and buy new slippers when you can just make your own. The Basic Chunky Slippers are a household must-have. These cozy little knit slippers will not only look utterly adorable as you move around the house but also keep your feet warm and comfortable.

  • Slippers for Beginners

    Slip your feet into some cozy slippers! This free knitting pattern is perfect for beginners. Your feet will never get dirty again. Once you complete this pattern, you'll want to make a pair for everyone you know. The cuff detail ensures a secure fit every time.

  • Sacha Ballet Slippers

    Knitted slippers are one of my favorite projects to complete. Not only do these Sacha Ballet Slippers make an excellent gift, but they'll help your feet stay nice and warm during the cold winter - especially if your house has wooden floors.

  • Zooming Toddler Easy Knit Slipper Pattern

    The Zooming Toddler Easy Knit Slipper Pattern is just what your child needs to keep their feet warm on the go. This toddler slipper pattern uses the basic garter stitch to create a simple, overlapping design.

  • Lazy Day Simple Knit Slippers

    There are few things in life that feel as cozy as a pair of knit slippers. If you've never knit slippers before, the Lazy Day Simple Knit Slippers is a great pattern to start with.

  • Time Off Slippers

    If you want to learn how to knit slippers your loved ones will actually wear, this is the perfect pattern. These Time Off Slippers have no frills or fancy stitches, so they're both simple and wearable by all ages and genders.

  • Fuzzy Faux Fur Knit Slippers

    If you've ever wanted to learn how to make your own slippers, it's just as simple as knitting! These Fuzzy Faux Fur Knit Slippers are a great project for those of you who are sick of shelling out money on comfy house shoes.

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This is a very complete collection of knitted slippers and socks. This will make a great reference sheet in the future for gift ideas for almost anyone. There are quite a few of them that I really like and I have already begun my Christmas gift making process so I will pick a few from here to add.


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