Cozy Adorable Knitted Socks patterns

38 Cozy Adorable Knitted Socks

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Everyone sometimes needs a relaxing weekend at home with a cozy blanket, socks, and their favorite movie or series. That’s why today we’ll show you some Cozy Adorable Knitted Socks patterns that will be perfect for these occasions. Look at these amazing patterns and choose your favorite one, I hope you will like it!

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1. Basic Men’s Socks

  • Designed by Yulia Ilinkova

Are you knitting for men? They will appreciate wearing handmade socks with a good fit. It’s designed for XL size, but you can adjust the foot length if needed. You can make it with a free men’s socks knitting pattern and a supporting video tutorial to complete the project more straightforwardly.

free knitted men's socks pattern

Photos by Yulia Ilinkova / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

2. Super Bulky Ankle Socks

  • Designed by Amanda Saladin

If you’re new to knitting socks, start with this free pattern. It’s easy and pretty fast-knit, and you’ll enjoy the process. You’ll need a skein of bulky yarn, No 11 (8.00 mm) circular needle, and a good mood to knit these cozy low-rise socks.

free knitted socks pattern

Photos by Amanda Saladin / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on lovelifeyarn.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

3. Love Lights Socks

  • Designed by Barbara Nalewko

Support your good mood with colorful handmade knitted socks. Knit this toe up with an afterthought heel with a free socks pattern. Watch the video about the project before — you’ll meet the designer and discover some facts about the pattern. Enjoy!

free knitted socks pattern

Photos by Barbara Nalewko / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

4. Keep Me Warm Socks

  • Designed by Rikke Leth Lind

Knitted socks are the traditional Christmas gift to your beloved and close people. We want to warm them up and share all our love. Choose the cute knitted socks free knitting pattern with reindeer this year. Keep your family warm!

Christmas socks free knitting pattern

Photos by Rikke Leth Lind / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

5. House Socks

  • Designed by Fiona Alice for Purl Soho

What are beautiful, stylish, and lovely knitted socks! I like the design and colors very much. The free knitted socks pattern describes the scheme for three sizes: adult small, medium, and large. Take wool blend yarn and keep your feet warm.

knitted socks free pattern

Photos by Purl Soho / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on purlsoho.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

6. Rain Rain Go Away

  • Designed by Anna Mäkilä

Do you want to wear socks, which free knitting pattern was a part of the Supersock World Championship 2022? I think it’s super cool! The design is cute, and I like the bottom especially. It offers various color combinations, and you can make your bright pair of knitted socks right now.

free knitted socks pattern

Photos by Anna Mäkilä / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

7. Kanteletar Socks

  • Designed by Tiina Kuu

I don’t know about you, but I associate these pretty socks with nature and fantasy books like the Lord of the Rings. Kanteletar Socks look really amazing, especially when you choose a juicy color like light green or yellow.

Kanteletar Socks free knitting pattern

Photos by Tiina Rammo / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

8. Unelma Onnesta

  • Designed by Tiina Kuu

This Unelma Onnesta pattern is soo adorable! It has small hearts, which makes it look really cute. It will be perfect for autumn or winter evenings because socks are really warm and cozy. Choose your favorite pattern and start today!

Unelma Onnesta free knitting pattern

Photos by Tiina Kuu / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

9. Super Simple Short Socks

  • Designed by  Meghann Holcomb

As the name sounds, Super Simple Short Socks are quick and easy to make! These socks are adorable and made up of many different colors to create an original effect. Play with colors and create something special and beautiful because it’s worth it!

Super Simple Short Socks free knitting pattern

Photos by radiantmeg / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

Make sure to also check out: Nordic Style Knitted Sweaters for Kids.

10. Broken Seed Stitch Socks

  • Designed by Hanna Leväniemi

Broken Seed Stitch Socks are funny and cozy, isn’t that great? The original design creates something really beautiful out of several colors, so these socks could also be a great gift idea for your family member or for your best friend.

Broken Seed Stitch Socks free knitting pattern

Photos by handepande / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

11. Golden Garden Socks

  • Designed by Fairlight Fibers

Thanks to its geometric pattern and ombre effect, Golden Garden Socks look really stunning because of their original combination. What’s more, these colorwork socks are made with one main skein and one mini skein of contrasting yarn, featuring Scandinavian-style patterns.

 Golden Garden

Photos by Fairlight Fibers / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

12. Pink Ribbon socks

  • Designed by Tea Bercek

These beautiful knitted socks in the pictures below were created by Tea Bercek to mark October, which is Breast cancer awareness month. It’s a lovely gift for all your women friends and women in your family (men too!) to spread awareness and wear these not only in October but all year long!

Pink Ribbon

Photos by Tea Bercek / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

Make sure to also check out: Beautiful Knitted Headbands.

13. Cozy Striped Socks

  • Designed by Yarnspirations Design Studio

The cozy season has begun and is there a better way to celebrate it than to knit a super chunky and comfy pair of socks that will last you literally forever? What’s more, these amazing socks in the pictures below were made by Yarnspirations Design Studio and are worked in the round from cuff to toe. And feel free to play with the colors!

Cozy Striped

Photos by Yarnspirations Design Studio / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on yarnspirations.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

14. Firefly’s Beginner Sock

  • Designed by Firefly Fiber Arts Studio

These beginner-friendly knit socks in the pictures below are awesome, and I can’t wait to try this pattern! They’re great if you want to practice the basics of sock construction and end with a super cozy and chunky pair of socks! Make sure to let me know if you’ve tried it!

Firefly’s Beginner Sock

Photos by Firefly Fiber Arts Studio / ravelry.com and Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on fireflyfiberarts.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. The top photo is here

15. Minimalist Korean School Socks

  • Designed by ARA STELLA

Looking to add a touch of Korean minimalist style to your wardrobe? Look no further than our stylish and easy-to-make Minimalist Korean Knitted School Socks! Reminiscent of the classic school uniform socks seen in popular TV shows, these knitted socks are both comfortable and fashionable. You won’t be able to resist the fluffy texture and simple yet trendy design. Trust us, you’ll be hooked!

free knitted socks pattern

Photos by ARA STELLA / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on arastellaknit.com or read more about it on Ravelry.

16. Knitted Froggy Socks

  • Designed by Firefly Fiber Arts Studio

Check out our Knitted Froggy Socks free knitting pattern! These charming socks not only keep your feet warm but also elevate your style game. Made using a simple duplicate stitch technique with one color at a time, the socks feature a cute frog face design. Give them a try and bring some fun to your footwear!

fun knitted socks free pattern

Photos by Firefly Fiber Arts Studio / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on fireflyfiberarts.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

17. Westknits Simple Socks

  • Designed by Stephen West

A great and delicate project for those who love colorful knitted socks. This pattern uses several interesting knitting techniques such as stockinette and garter stitch. The legs and feet are easy to adjust and you can make your knit socks perfect. Experimenting with colors is also a good idea. There’s a free knit pattern, so download it and get creative.

knitted socks free pattern

Photos by Stephen West / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

18. Vildros Socks

  • Designed by Inga Ollars

These knitted socks will keep your feet warm on cool summer evenings and on short and icy winter days. The piece is mostly knitted with two strands at a time, but there are 7 rows that work with three strands. Knit them with the main yarn color or make them contrasting — these socks will look beautiful. The PDF knit pattern comes in one size. Discover it and get started!

knit socks free pattern

Photos by Inga Ollars / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

19. Easy Band Heel Socks

  • Designed by Anna Zhuravleva

Knitted socks are one of the most comfortable pieces of clothing. The soft yarn will keep you warm, and the design is sure to put you in a good mood. This pair is a beginner-friendly project for those who want to learn how to knit ankle socks. They’re worked from the top down with a band at the toe and heel. The pattern is easy to follow and free.

grey striped low-rise knitted socks

Photos by Anna Zhuravleva / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

20. Blair

  • Designed by Galt House of Yarn

Easy to adapt knit socks pattern with a simple design and beautiful texture. This pattern comes in almost all adult foot sizes and you will find the one that fits you. The socks work toe up with a reverse help-flap construction. For this project you will be using a single seed stitch. Plus, the length of these socks makes them perfect for fall and spring. Check out the free knitting pattern!

yellow high-rise knitted socks

Photos by Galt House of Yarn / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

21. Scrappy DK Socks

  • Designed by Stephen & Penelope

If you have leftover DK yarn, use it to knit these socks. The pattern is simple and uses only two knitting techniques. The heel flap is worked in garter stitch, and the leg and foot are worked in stockinette stitch. The project is quick and extremely cozy! Feel free to download the easy-to-follow pattern.

colorful scrappy DK yarn socks

Photos by Stephen & Penelope / stephenandpenelope.com

Find the original free pattern on stephenandpenelope.com.

22. Sweet Treat Socks

  • Designed by Debbie Kershaw

Classic knit socks that look great with any outfit. This pair is lightweight and great for summer and early fall. The main panel is worked in eyelet knit stitch and the back of the foot is worked in single rib. The free pattern comes in three sizes to make sure you get the perfect fit. The step-by-step knitting instructions will help you along the way.

a pair of red and grey knitted socks

Photos by Debbie Kershaw / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

23. Socks: Cozy Cottage

  • Designed by Brome Fields

Learn how to knit cozy long socks for fall and winter. The simple stretch design makes this pair not only look great, but feel great, too. Made with simple knitting techniques, they’re durable and comfortable to wear. The project will allow you to practice knitting in the round, magic loop, knit and purl stitches, and decreases. The step-by-step socks knitting pattern is free.

a person wearing knitted socks in red color

PHOTOS by Brome Fields / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on bromefields.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

24. Witches Brew Sock Pattern

  • Designed by Shelley Dupont

Bright and comfortable to cast spells in, these knitted socks are a must for Halloween. This project is designed to be a comfortable piece and a vibrant and eye-catching element of a Halloween costume. The socks are easy to knit and even a beginner can make them. Follow the free step-by-step pattern on the website and get started today. Make your Halloween spooky!

two pairs of colorful knitted socks

PHOTOS by Shelley Dupont / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

25. Knitwalker Socks

  • Designed by Mélodie Massicotte

These knit socks offer flexibility and style. Made with the magic loop technique, they’re toe-up with a choice of German short-row heel or the “Fish Lips Kiss Heel”. Customize the fit and style with one or two colors, stripes, colorwork, cables or lace. Designed for knitting on the go, they are a great companion for those walks. Try this project for a unique knitting experience. The step-by-step pattern is free.

A pair of knitted socks and a pumpkin on a wooden table.

PHOTOS by Mélodie Massicotte / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

26. Pressed Tin Ceilings

  • Designed by Lorraine Rayson

Elevate your space with intricately designed tin ceilings that evoke rustic farmhouse charm. Designed for those who appreciate timeless elegance, our tin ceilings add a touch of sophistication to any room. Experience the allure of classic craftsmanship and transform your surroundings. Ideal for seasonal gifts or personal indulgence, these ceilings capture the essence of nostalgia and style. Redefine your space today with the free knitting pattern.

A pair of knitted purple socks with a pattern on them.

PHOTOS by Lorraine Rayson / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

27. Fast as FUN Socks

  • Designed by Ravijennaknits

Learn to knit socks with this beginner-friendly project! This pair, made with fingering weight yarn, features an intriguing striped pattern that is effortlessly created with just knit and purl. The beauty of this pattern is its versatility – you can knit it from the toe up or from the top down, following the same stitch pattern and heel instructions. Enhance your knitting journey with the free step-by-step tutorial.

A pair of knitted socks adorned with beautiful, leafy patterns.

PHOTOS by Ravijennaknits / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

28. Lumiukko Socks

  • Designed by StitchyDragon Creates

Inspired by traditional Nordic motifs and adorned with charming snowmen, these stranded colorwork socks are a delightful winter project. Knitted in two or more contrasting colors, they add a touch of Finnish charm with the Lumiukko snowman. Knitted from the cuff down, these socks have a heel flap, round heel and sole gusset. Whether you prefer dpns, magic loop or short circular needles, this project will be fun and easy for you. Follow the free socks knitting pattern.

Knitted socks with owls on them.

PHOTOS by StitchyDragon Creates / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on cygnetyarns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

29. Everyday Diamond Socks

  • Designed by Alex Collins Designs

Bring your sock knitting to life with this charming pattern. Perfect for beginners and experienced knitters alike, this design features a delightful diamond motif. With simple stitches and clear instructions, it’s the perfect project to hone your skills. Knit from tip to toe with the eco-friendly yarn blend of washable wool, alpaca and recycled nylon, these socks offer both comfort and durability. Enjoy the handmade beauty with the free knitting pattern.

Two pictures of a person knitting a pair of knitted socks.

PHOTOS by Alex Collins Designs / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on alexcollinsdesigns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

30. Christmas Scene Socks

  • Designed by Kelly Menzies

Enhance your holiday spirit with cozy holiday socks! This pattern offers warmth and style, making these socks the perfect companion for those chilly winter days. Made with a special warm yarn, these socks are a perfect blend of comfort and holiday cheer. Knit yourself a seasonal treat and head into the holidays with toasty, happy feet. Follow the free pattern and get started!

Knitted Santa Claus sock pattern.

PHOTOS by Kelly Menzies / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on woolbox.co.uk, or read more about it on Ravelry.

31. Extra Fine Socks

  • Designed by Tori Gurbisz

These knit socks are great for everyday wear throughout the winter, fall and spring. It’s a basic design that works well with any style of clothing and can be adjusted to fit any size. The sock is worked from the top down and the stitches are purled with yarn in the back. Make this pair when you’re looking for a simple, warm accessory.

A pair of knitted pink socks.

PHOTOS by Tori Gurbisz / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on premieryarns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

32. Rustik Socks

  • Designed by Tania Barley

This sock design is good for those who need a little more room in the arch and heel. The piece is worked from the cuff down with the leftover yarn. A project like this is a good choice if you want to get rid of some extra yarn or if you want to make a more comfortable accessory than you have. Plus, the decorative ribbing in a contrasting color adds a nice touch.

Two pictures of a woman wearing knitted socks.

PHOTOS by Tania Barley / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

33. Armo Knitted Socks

  • Designed by Tiina Kuu

Knitted in a cozy Scandinavian style, these socks will make your daily routine feel easier. This pattern offers you the opportunity to turn a regular piece of clothing into a vibrant accessory that adds to your style. The sock is knitted cuff down with slip stitch heel flap and round heel turn. The free pattern comes in US sizes and is beginner-friendly.

A pair of knitted socks with orange and grey stripes.

PHOTOS by Tiina Kuu / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on payhip.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

34. Christmas Chaos Socks

  • Designed by Barbara Ceglédi

A pair of hygge knit socks to make your Christmas mood last longer. With the delicate cream color of the yarn, they draw attention to themselves. The detailed design of the sock is sure to bring you a lot of joy while making it, although it can be quite challenging. Consider starting this project if you have worked the same pieces before. It’s also good for confident beginners.

A pair of knitted Christmas socks and yarn on a bed.

PHOTOS by Barbara Ceglédi / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

35. Galanthussocks

  • Designed by Britta Schönfeldt

Start your morning with a pair of knit socks! Such a warm start will keep you cozy and inspire you to live your day mindfully. If you’re looking for an atmospheric Scandinavian design, these socks will get you in the mood. The pattern has a spring feel to it, so you have a nice piece of clothing for the chilly months of March. 

A pair of knitted socks on a table.

PHOTOS by Britta Schönfeldt / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

36. Rye Light

  • Designed by Tin Can Knits

Simple knitted socks for the whole family. There’s nothing fancy about this design, so it’s versatile. Maybe these socks are not as fun as those that have a motif on them, but you can wear them with any outfit. It will even go with semi-official style. Plus, these socks are actually easy to knit, so don’t be afraid to get started as a beginner.

Two pictures of a family sitting on a blanket and wearing knitted socks.

PHOTOS by Tin Can Knits / tincanknits.com

Find the original free pattern on tincanknits.com.

37. Sweet Thing Socks

  • Designed by Terrifik knits

A pair of cute, feminine knit socks for your spring outfits. The design with an integrated seam allows the socks to stay in place no matter what. The pattern is fairly simple and doesn’t require much additional equipment. A good option for those who just want to try knitting. The pattern is in English and French.

A pair of grey knitted socks with ruffles.

PHOTOS by Terrifik knits / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on terrifiknits.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

38. Muscari Socks/ Chart

  • Designed by Britta Schönfeldt

Cozy knit socks design that combines an earthy color palette with a Scandinavian vibe. Such a pair will be great to wear with shorter chinos: it will allow you to show all the beauty of the socks. Moreover, the design doesn’t look overdone, so you can wear them with both casual and classic clothes.

Knitted socks adorned with daffodils.

PHOTOS by Britta Schönfeldt / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

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8 Comments

  1. ANITA KIRSCHNER says:

    great collection of sock patterns, wish there were some mosaic ones

    1. Thank you, Anita! We’ll try to find some patterns with mosaic technique

    2. Thank you, Anita! We’ll try to find some patterns with the mosaic technique

    1. Thank your for your feedback, Lieve! 🙂

  2. hello – it hasn’t been easy to find a plain, good-looking men’s sock pattern, but you had one! thanks!

    1. Thank you, Jane! I’m so happy I manage to help you!

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