Here you can find the free pattern for some crochet yoga socks, and I’ve even recorded a video on how to make them.
These are actually surprisingly easy to crochet, and I think the yarn choice for these makes a huge difference to what the yoga socks look like!
This is an advanced beginners pattern written in USA terms.
These crochet yoga socks are toeless with no heal too so you can keep the all important grip while striking a yoga pose.
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Can you crochet yoga socks?
I was asked a while ago to teach a lady in one of my workshops how to crochet some yoga socks, a very specific request.
So I did what everyone does…… went straight to Pinterest for some inspiration!
When I teach crochet I will alway use my own patterns, and so I set about designing a pair of pretty yoga socks that were perfect for beginners to learn to make.
Easy Crochet Yoga socks
These are an advanced beginners pattern. To make some easy crochet yoga socks you need to know how to:
- Foundation Half Double Crochet (HDC)
- Slip Stitch
- Half Double Crochet
- Single Crochet
- Double Crochet
Most of which are pretty straight forward, or I have a video to show you the steps.
I have a whole video on how to crochet these yoga socks ready for you to watch too
Yarn for Crochet Yoga Socks
The yarn choice for these socks really makes the design.
I chose an Aran/ Light worsted weight yarn, that was colour changing.
Each ball is 100g, and measures 240 metres (262 yards).
It’s 100% Acrylic yarn and uses between and 4 and 5 mm hook depending on the project.
It has a little bit of stretch to it, but not a huge amount.
Boho Spirit in Harmony from Cygnet (Picture above is Festival)
This yarn is great, and very affordable. It comes in 17 great colour combinations
Other patterns using this boho spirit yarn
I’ve also used this yarn for some other crochet patterns you might like:
Why make some crochet yoga socks?
The colours in the yarn instantly gave me inspiration for these socks.
I was thinking mermaids, and unicorns from the colours, magical, and I wanted something a bit pretty, but not too pretty!
The stitches used as V stitch and Double crochets to give the effect.
How long does it take to make crochet Yoga socks?
These are super quick to make, once you’ve got started you can make a pair in under 2 hours.
How do you make crochet yoga socks?
These socks are made from the “toe” up.
They are worn around the ankle and sole of the foot but the leave the toes and heel free to give that all important grip.
Made in one piece, from the toe upwards, slip stitches to join, then worked in rounds.
How big are the crochet yoga socks?
These socks will fit a small ladies foot, size 4 to 6 foot (UK) (36-38 EU).
Can you make crochet yoga socks bigger/ larger?
You can make these crochet socks bigger by either using thicker yarn and a bigger hook – e.g worsted weight and a 5.5mm hook.
This should get you a size 7 or 8 (USA).
Crochet Pattern Options
There are a few ways you can get the crochet pattern for my Easy Crochet Yoga socks, and enjoy this crochet pattern and help support Off the Hook for You.
- You can find and use the yoga sock pattern here on the blog that is supplemented with ads.
- You can purchase, print and keep the 3 page advert-free pattern PDF in any of my shops as an instant download below.
Crochet Pattern – Easy Yoga Socks
Needle for sewing in ends
Abbreviations – USA Terms used
DC Double Crochet
DK Double knit weight yarn
HDC Half Double Crochet
pul pull through loop/ stitch
SC Single Crochet
SS Slip stitch
YO Yarn Over
Foundation Half Double Crochet (FHDC): Ch2 (counts as first 1HDC), YO, insert hook in 3rd Ch from hook, [YO, pul, YO, draw through 1 loop on hook (Ch made), YO, draw through 3 loops] (HDC made)], insert hook in last Ch made; rep [ ] for number of sts required.
1st V- Stitch of the round: Ch3, DC, Ch1, YO through same stitch, YO, pull back through, YO, pull through 2, YO, through the same stitch, YO, pull through 2, YO pull back through all 3 loops.
V- Stitch : YO, Through the stitch, YO pull back though, YO pull through 2, YO, through the same stitch, YO pull back through, YO pull through 2, YO, pull back through 3, CH1, YO through same stitch, YO, pull back through, YO, pull through 2,YO, through the same stitch, YO, pull through 2, YO pull back through all 3 loops.
Crochet Pattern – make 2
The sock is made from the toe upwards in one continuous piece.
To get the same striping pattern on both socks, you’ll need to make sure you start each sock with the same colours in the yarn, this may mean you have 2 balls of yarn.
No sewing (apart from the ends)
Chain 2 counts as a stitch throughout.
Round 1: FHDC 35, SS to form a circle. 
Round 2-9: Ch2 (counts as the first HDC) 1HDC in all, SS to join 
Round 10: Ch2, 14HDC, Ch18, join to the top of the Ch2 with a SS to form a loop.
Now working in the chain, 1HDC in each of the chains (18), and continue around the top band (Where you haven’t made stitches for the Ch2, 14HDC above). SS to join 
Round 11: Ch2, 1HDC in each 
Round 12 -13: Ch3, V-stitch, * skip 2 stitches, V-stitch* repeat *-* SS to the top of the Ch3 and SS over to the Ch1 gap.- [13 V-stitch]
Round 14: Ch3, 6DC in the Ch1 gap. *SC in the next Ch1 gap, 7DC in the next * – repeat *-* The last SC, ensure you catch the Ch3 to secure it to the top.
Fasten off, weave in ends.
Crochet Yoga Socks Video
I’ve recorded a video on how to make these, step by step to show any “tricky” steps.
You can watch it here, or head over to YouTube, where I’d love for you to hit subscribe.
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