A pair of pink and grey house socks.

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I’m a craft designer and author of hundreds of articles and reviews about crocheting and other crafts. I search out and present novel approaches to classic patterns and techniques to encourage you to try something new. I’m delighted that so many of you read my posts and that I can contribute to promoting our crochet community. I’m interested in crafts, interior design and love traveling and sitting next to a campfire. I live with my husband and three kids in the Rockies.

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Don’t let the “and more” worry you.

Indeed, these house sock patterns are traditional, comfy and warm crocheted socks, but made even better. Of course, this doesn’t mean they’re boring. Of course you can make them as snazzy and fun as you please. However, you know you will always have a great foundation that will keep your feet warm on cold days. Moreover, these are all easy patterns as well, so beginners need not have cold feet. Most of all, these are also fun, enjoyable gifts that you can quickly make for friends and family. Also, if you have a large family, you can make your own family sweatshop 😀 They can contribute by helping work up the socks, or by sourcing material from old projects. Both yarns and helping hands are much prized in a sock-adjacent economy.

House Socks

To begin with, a house sock is always in season. These thick ones will be great if you have a cold floor, like tiles or flagstones. They are easy to make, and a great way to rekindle your winter crocheting mojo.

House Socks

The original pattern and the photos are available on crazypatterns.net  blog:

House Socks

 

Vintage Waves

So, this house sock is a project that makes use of three simple stitches (SC, extended SC, and wave). However, it produces a wonderful, designer-looking sock that will be the envy of all feet

vitnage waves

The original pattern and the photos are available on crochetcakes.com blog:

Crochet Socks

Herringbone Socks

Alternatively, if you want more stretch and “sproing” in a house sock, these herringbone socks are just the ticket. Additionally, the wild colors are not to be underestimated in terms of fun and appeal. Heck, you may even get your kids to wear them!

The original pattern and the photos are available on Heart Hook Home blog :

Heart Hook Home

More info about project photographed here and here.

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  1. Geri Bommersbach says:

    I enjoy looking at the post, patterns ect.

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