Tabatha Crochet Socks Pattern

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This is just a beautiful fun project! Tabatha Crochet Socks pattern, in three sizes S, M and L

Lovely and easy lace crochet pattern worked toe up, easy lace and second version with cord and cute pompoms.

Size
Finished measurements
Foot circumference:
7(8, 9) inches /18 (20, 23) cm.
Foot length:
9 (10, 11) inches /23(25.5, 28) cm.

Yarn
75 worsted weight yarn
Hooks
2.5mm crochet hook

you will want to do in all sizes for the whole family! Grab your pattern and start crocheting today! Perfect for Spring Season!

Pattern include two versions, the first one is simple and nice without pompoms and second version is with crochet cord and cute little pompoms, great for little girls and teenagers! To going out or stay cosy at home, Tabatha Socks Crochet pattern is must-to-crochet!

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6 Responses

  1. Teresa
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    So pretty! I love the version with the pom poms. My daughter has a similar pair of socks with pom poms, but they were store bought and not as pretty… I’m going to check the pattern, though I’m not sure I’ll be able to pull it through. I’ve been meaning to try making socks since forever, but I’m terrible at following patterns…
    Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned.

  2. Amy @ The Quiet Homemaker
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    These are so unbelievebly cute! And I love that they are crochet. I have knitted some socks, but I can never seem to get it quite right! lol.

    Stopping by from Tune in Thursdays.

    Blessings,

    Amy

  3. Erin Myers
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    These socks are just adorable! I really love the little pom poms at the top 🙂

  4. Janet Trieschman
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    I have never crocheted socks, I might need to give this a go! Thanks for sharing with us at Creatively Crafty Link Party #CCBG.

  5. Tracy Albiero
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    These are adorable! I made one pair of socks and it just about did me in. Thanks for linking up at #trafficjam. Come back next week.

  6. I am going to find my crochet hook and wool right away #happynow@_karendennis

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