Marguerite socks, crochet pattern in PDF to crochet thin socks for women and teens
This is a digital file
This is a pdf crochet pattern to teach your how to crochet your own pair of Marguerite socks, with 3 widths available to fit older children and women.
Socks are designed to be super comfy, and just about as thin and stretchy as their knit counterparts (and don't use as much yarn as regular crocheted socks either).
Crochet a pair of socks… but not just ANY socks !
- Super pretty flower motif along top of sock (with detailed step-by-step photo tutorial and chart)
- Fun finishing touch on the heel, remiscent of the stitch pattern on toes
- Very fast to make as they’re made using tall stitches (US double crochet)
- Very comfy to wear, with crocheted fabric about as thin as on knitted socks (plus you’ll use about the same amount of yarn as for knitted socks)
- Instructions available in 3 widths so you can make them for everyone !
- Uses the “after-thought heel” technique so you can crochet another heel if the first one ever wears out
- Numerous step-by-step photos and tutorials. Pattern tested by a team of 9 amazing editors for maximum clarity and no mistakes
- US crochet terms
This pattern is also available as a KIT in my main Etsy store, with yarn, pattern and stitch markers :-)
What my testers said about these:
- I made a few pairs of crocheted socks before, but have not found a design I want to make more than once. This will be my go to pattern in future! As for wearing, it’s maybe too soon to say, but the biggest difference compared to knitted socks is that these don’t feel tight and still they don’t fall off my feet either.
- this is a fantastic crocheted sock pattern. A lot of others come off more like a Christmas stocking, rather than an actual sock that you feel comfortable wearing.
- They were just the right combo of interesting yet easy … they were fun to make. (…) I have not knitted socks but I have crocheted socks and these are my favourite!
- I absolutely loved making these!! I definitely plan on making another pair. (…) I have tried to crochet socks before but none of them had the afterthought heel and were nowhere near as comfortable and I ended up frogging them. I was so satisfied with this experience and will definitely be making more of these in the future!
- I’ m so happy to finally have a crochet pattern for socks. These are so much more fun to make than knitted ones! And so pretty, too! You created a lovely, much needed design!