Cozy Cottage Socks

Cozy Cottage Socks

Cozy Cottage Socks
Cozy Cottage Socks

"I love socks! Especially cozy ones! So I thought it only fitting (and practical) to design myself a pair for our cold cottage floors. These socks are crocheted in a beautiful %100 Canadian made wool by Fleece and Harmony. You may substitute this yarn however for your favourite worsted weight. I’ve designed them with a shorter cuff, I you would like to make them longer, you may do so, just remember to take into account the extra yarn you will need. The pattern includes three women’s sizes: shoe size 5/6, 7/8, 9/10."

NotesThis pattern includes a video tutorial.

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeGauge: 12 sts x 16 rows = 4 inches

Finished SizeWomen’s shoe size 5/6: Foot Length approx. 8.5 inches, Foot cir. 7 inches, Height 4 inches Women’s shoe size 7/8: Foot Length approx. 9 inches, Foot cir. 8 inches, Height 4 inches Women’s shoe size 9/10: Foot Length approx. 10.5 inches, Foot cir. 9 inches

Materials List

  • Yarn: 2 skeins Signature Yarn by Fleece and Harmony™ (3 skeins for shoe size 9/10), colour Gale
    (100% Wool; 100g, 10 WPI, 150 yards; weight: 4 – Medium – Worsted)
  • Hook: 6 mm (US 10/J)
  • Notions: Yarn Needle, stitch markers (x3), measuring tape


This pattern is worked from the cuff down. Heel is worked in rows (heel flap).

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This looks like an interesting pattern. I will have to do some research on the knit stitch, practice a bunch for sure before I attempt to make these socks. I love cozy socks, especially during the winter months when it seems my feet are perpetually frozen. Do you have a favorite sock or slipper pattern?

You will need 300 yards of yarn for these darling cottage socks. The short length is nice for a person with wider calves. When I first looked at these, I thought there was a mistake because- these are knit not crochet! BUT THEY ARE NOT knit, they only look like it.

I love socks and making them has been a challenge for me. The whole thing looks until I get to the heel. But after reading this pattern it makes sense to me now on how to do it. I like the knit stitch used making these. I'm looking so forward to making these and have some nice warm feet. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet sock pattern.

I only recently discovered Cottage or Cabin Socks, and they became my new best friends this past winter. Paired with a nice pair of Crocs, they were perfect for wearing around the house. My son has been bugging me for a pair in wool so I guess these will wind up in his Christmas stocking. Good thing I keep Camo wool on hand.


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