Start knitting up some frighteningly fun socks for Halloween with this FREE spook-tacular pattern by Louise Robert! Enjoy the eerie challenge of knitting something truly unique and full of character! Booyah! 👻
IN ADDITION TO THIS KNITTING PATTERN, YOU WILL NEED THE FOLLOWING MATERIAL TO KNIT THESE SOCKS:
🎃 The Halloween socks knitting kit is also available HERE 🎃
- Biscotte Yarns – BIS-SOCK Charbon [85% merino sw, 15% nylon, 400 m par 100g] - 1x 100g skein
- Biscotte Yarns – BIS-SOCK Sorbet [85% merino sw, 15% nylon, 200 m par 50g] - 1x 50g skein
- Biscotte Yarns – BIS-SOCK Gris-Gris [85% merino sw, 15% nylon, 200 m par 50g] - 1x 50g skein
NEEDLES AND ACCESSORIES
SIZE – ONE SIZE: Length of foot: adjustable.
GAUGE: 32sts = 10 cm – 4 in with 2.5 mm needles
This pattern can be knitted with a set of 5 double-needle or circular needles.
In the case of double-pointed needles, please distribute half the stitches on needles 1 and 2 and the other half of the stitches on needles 3 and 4.
This pattern is sold in a numeric PDF format: add it to your cart and follow every step to complete your order: a link to download your pattern will be provided once the order is completed and you will also get this link by email (make sure to check your spams if you can't find the email in your inbox)
2023-11-05: Typographical and translation corrections have been made. They are highlighted in yellow.
Just started knitting when the updated pattern was downloaded. Such a fun pattern !
So much fun to knit and wear
Love the pattern.
Really cute, fun pattern! It has a few mistakes or typos in the pattern (at one point it says “sl1, 1end” instead of “sl1, k to end”and later on in the toe decrease section, “k2”is used to mean “k2tog”), but if you have a sense of how knit socks work, you can figure out what the designer meant.
I just received an update of the pattern, but it looks like these typos have not been fixed yet. Still, if you’re a skilled knitter, you can totally do this pattern and it’s so gratifying to see the little Halloween characters come to life!
The fit isn’t great for my foot, but I haven’t found many sock patterns that are any better for me. I find it difficult to get over my foot and then a little floppy around the ankle (probably from the struggle of trying to get it to stretch over my heel/arch). I think the distance between my heel and my arch must be further apart than on most people’s feet. No fault of the designer, though. This pattern is really clever!
Not yet knitted up, but read through is clear and precise