Hestia, reversible crochet ankle socks

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What’s this? These are my Hestia crochet ankle socks.

Why should I make this? The first time I played with the thermal stitch, I realized it created a reversible fabric. I decided right then that I needed to use it in a crochet sock pattern. The nature of the thermal stitch means that these socks take a bit longer to complete than regular crochet socks, but they’ll also be super cozy and WARM.

When will this get the most use? Crochet socks will be with you anytime your feet get cold!

Who is it for? Instructions are given for 5 foot circumferences. Length is fully customizable.

Where do I start? This pattern is rated Intermediate – you’ll need to know or be eager to learn the basic crochet stitches. You will need 2x 50 g of fingering weight sock yarn in each of 2 colours and a 3,5 mm hook. Other notions: a yarn needle and 2 stitch markers.