Craftsy Premium: Lazy Day Socks

Join Brenda K.B. Anderson for a Premium member LIVE tutorial. Turn sock crocheting on its head with these lazy day house socks! I often hear that people are hesitant to make crocheted socks because they aren’t stretchy enough, or they don’t fit well, or they take forever to make, or they are too complicated. Well, those ideas all sounded like a challenge to my designer ears! So of course, I designed a pair of socks to debunk all those beliefs! These cozy socks are quick and easy and will hug your feet as you relax the day away.

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11 Responses to “Craftsy Premium: Lazy Day Socks”

  1. Patricia

    Hello, I love the look of this pattern. My dilemma is this. The pattern states there ate two different gauges listed above: One working under both loops /or just under the back loops. Once I’ve worked through the back looks, then turn my work…I can only work through both loops. i must be missing something, because I can’t see where to work under back loops on row 2. I’ve tried several times and still I can’t see it. :0

    • Brenda K.B. Anderson

      Hello Patricia! In the video I will show you which loops to work under. One swatch (the YOslst swatch) you will work under both loops of each stitch just like you normally do when working a regular crochet stitch. The other swatch you are working just through the back loop of each stitch (when you look at the top of your work, each stitch looks like a “v”. When you work under both loops you work under both lines of the “v”. But when you work under just the back loop, you work under the back half of the “v”. Describing it is much harder than it really is to do. Watching the video should clear it up for you though🙂

      • Patricia

        Yes I understand. I believe I misunderstood that direction. Thanks for your clarification. BTW… Love your classes!! :)

  2. Cheryl De Ville

    These socks look very nice. Much nicer than any crochet socks I’ve ever seen before! Thanks for designing these!