Crochet Baby Socks
These cute and easy baby socks are super fast to work up! Make a pair the morning before a baby shower and you have the perfect gift to give.
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Video and post info based on pattern Designed by Diane McKee provided By Red Heart Yarns.
So now a thing about this pattern, I did the gauge using a similar yarn and the same hook as red heart suggests and the gauge was WAY bigger than 4×4″.
I 5.5mm Hook
Here’s the Yarn suggested:
and Gauge pattern:
16 Stitches = 4″
14 Rounds = 4″
Single crochet stitches.
So following the gauge I found that using Red Heart super saver and an F 3.75mm hook came out right. and I was happy with the socks. Below is my first pair using the color Corn.
Here is the same hook using a variegated blue and brown:
They turned out basically the same size. Foot length at 3 & 7/8th
According to my sources this will fit babies from 3-6 months. Now this next pair in order to get the yarn and to give the right gauge I used an I 5.25 mm Hook.
This is Red Heart Unforgettable in Petunia
Same size as the other socks except I like them more! They are softer and lighter.
Experiment! Check your gauge and have fun making baby socks!
Pattern I used for my gauge:
Row 1. sc in second ch from hook, and into each ch. ch 1 turn (16 sc)
Row 2-14 sc into each st, ch 1 turn (16 sc)
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Have a lovely crochet day,