October 1

Candy Corn Socks ~ A Free Crochet Pattern

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Candy Corn Socks free adult crochet patternWelcome to the first annual Haunted Hop, a Crochet-A-Long Blog Hop!! I’ve teamed up with three other SPOOK-TACULAR designers in this Halloween inspired CAL that has you hopping from one blog to another for a fun new free crochet pattern from each host! But there’s more! You have the chance to win a free pattern from each designer at the end of the CAL and you have a chance to win a $25 Amazon Gift Card! Want to know how? Create a project and post in the designers’ Facebook community group to be entered to win a free pattern from that designer! Link your projects to the Ravelry listing to be entered to win the Amazon Gift Card, each project counts as an entry! Check out the free candy corn sock crochet pattern below!

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The Crochet-A-Long runs from Monday, October 1st to Sunday, October 7, 2018. Join the Crystalized Designs Crochet Group on Facebook to share your projects for a chance to win a pattern of your choice! Link to the Candy Corn Socks Ravelry listing to be entered for the Amazon Gift Card. After you’re done here, check out Sincerely Pam’s Haunted Hop pattern! If you’re sharing on social media, use #hauntedhop for your WIPs and finished projects so everyone can see! I’d love to be tagged as well!

Not a fan of candy corn? You can use different colors when making these socks… check out all the amazing tester pictures after the pattern!

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Free Candy Corn Sock Crochet Pattern

Materials:

Sweet Treat for your Feet! Share your love of this treat with making yourself or a loved one a pair of Candy Corn Socks! Don’t like the sugary goodness? Any color or colors can work for this quick and easy pattern.

Sizing:

Size Sole
5/6 9″
7/8 9.5″
9/10 10″
11/12 10.5″

Gauge:

14 hdc by 10 rows = 4″

Pattern Key:

  • Ch: Chain
  • Sc: Single Crochet
  • Hdc: Half Double Crochet
  • Dc: Double Crochet
  • St(s): Stitch(es)
  • Slst: Slip Stitch
  • *: Repeat instructions between symbol until indicated

Difficulty:

Easy

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Special Pattern Notes:

Beginning chain does not count as a stitch unless noted.

Some rounds will be worked in the next stitch, some in the same. This will keep the joining seam in place and on the bottom of the slipper.

There’s an option to make the sock less fitted for a more loose sock or wide shoe sizes.

 

Toe/Foot Part of Sock:

Ch 11 with White

R1: 4 hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 8 to last ch, 4 hdc in last ch, working down opposite side of ch, hdc 8, join – 24 sts

R2: Ch 1, hdc in same, 2 hdc in next 2, hdc next 10, 2 hdc next 2, hdc next 9, join – 28 sts

R3-4: Ch 1, hdc next 26 sts, 2 hdc in last, join – 28 sts

Switch to Mango.

R5: Ch 1, hdc next 26 sts, 2 hdc in last, join – 28 sts

R6: Ch 1, hdc same and next 27 sts around, join – 28 sts

R7-8: Ch 1, hdc next 26 sts, 2 hdc in last, join – 28 sts

R9: Ch 1, hdc same and next 27 sts around, join – 28 sts

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R10-11: Ch 1, hdc next 26 sts, 2 hdc in last, join – 28 sts

R12: Ch 1, hdc same and next 27 sts around, join – 28 sts

R13-14: Ch 1, hdc next 26 sts, 2 hdc in last, join – 28 sts

R15: Ch 1, hdc same and next 27 sts around, join – 28 sts

R16-17: Ch 1, hdc next 26 sts, 2 hdc in last, join – 28 sts

Stop here for size 5/6. Continue to Heel of Sock below.

R18: Ch 1, hdc same and next 27 sts around, join – 28 sts

Stop here for size 7/8. Continue to Heel of Sock below.

R19-20: Ch 1, hdc next 26 sts, 2 hdc in last, join – 28 sts

Stop her for size 9/10. Continue to Heel of Sock below.

R21: Ch 1, hdc same and next 27 sts around, join – 28 sts

Stop here for size 11/12. Continue to Heel of Sock below.

Heel of Sock:

Slst in next 4 sts.

R1: Turn, working over slsts, sc in next 3, hdc next 3, dc next 2, hdc next 3, sc next 3 – 14 sts

R2: Turn, sc in next 2, hdc next 3, dc next 2, hdc next 3, sc next 2 – 12 sts

R3: Turn, sc next, hdc next 3, dc next 2, hdc next 3, sc next – 10 sts

R4: Turn, sc next, hdc next 2, dc next 2, hdc next 2, sc next – 8 sts

R5: Turn, sc next, hdc next, dc next 2, hdc next, sc next – 6 sts

Do not finish off. Continue to Ankle of Sock.

Ankle of Sock:

For wide shoe sizes or not as tight of a sock, work second number in brackets.

R1: Ch 1, turn, hdc in same and next 5 sts, work [6, 8] hdc evenly down raw edge to next unworked st, hdc next 14 sts, work [6, 8] hdc evenly up raw edge, join – 32, 36 sts

R2-3: Ch 1, hdc in next [30, 34], 2 hdc in next, join – 32, 36 sts

R4: Ch 1, hdc in same and next [31, 35] sts around, join – 32, 36 sts

R5: Ch 1, 2 hdc2tog over next 4 sts starting in same, hdc next [28, 32] sts, join – 30, 34 sts

R6: Ch 1, 2 hdc2tog over next 4 sts starting in same, hdc next [26, 30] sts, join – 28, 32 sts

Switch to Daffodil

R7: Ch 1, hdc2tog over next 2 sts starting in same, hdc next [26, 30], join – 27, 31 sts

R8-13: Ch 1, hdc in same and next [26, 31] sts, join – 27, 31 sts

Finish off and weave in ends. Lastly, make second sock.

Optional: It is recommended to block socks with a sock blocker.


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  1. these look as though they would actually stay on the feet so I’m going to try making myself some. I have Raynaud’s so have to keep feet (and hands) warm or they hurt and turn nasty colors. Thank you for sharing. I dont quite get the toe part but probably once I start making them it will work for me. And just as an aside, blocking will work nicely if you’re using wool, cotton, or other natural yarn but when using this Red Heart or any other acrylic or synthetic yarn, blocking is pretty much a waste of time . Thanks again for the great pattern

    1. It says that there is a option to make these for wide feet, but you’ve only included optional sizing at the ankle. Wide sizes are measure at the widest part of the foot, so this pattern does not fit my foot without adjustment.

      1. Hello,

        When this went into testing, my wide shoe testers stated that the stretch of the yarn allowed for the width of the foot to be fine but the ankle being where the tightness was. That’s why it’s added at the ankle. You could always add a stitch or two at the widest part of your foot for a better fit.

        Best regards,
        Crystal

  2. in row 3-4 onwards, when you say “2 hdc in last, join – 28” do you mean 2 hdc in remaining stitches in row, or to decrease, or to just finish the row with 2 hdc in the “last stitch”. because by doing that i’m ending up with just increasing the amounts of stitches in a row rather than continuing on with 28. thanks!

    1. It’s written like this to keep the seam in a fairly straight line when joining. You’ll want to skip the first stitch of those rounds and work 2 in the last stitch to keep the same amount of stitches. In round 6, you’ll start in the same stitch. I hope this makes sense. I’ll try to get a video made it not this weekend, next weekend.

    1. After you turn your work, you need to work a hdc in each of the next 8 chains. Please let me know if you have any further questions. -Crystal

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