If you’ve got a little one yourself, you’ve either been lucky that everything you’ve put on their little feet stayed on there (that must have been very lucky), or as an alternative, you spend more time trying to put socks on the little one’s feet than the time they actually stayed on them.

I love you socks

With loads of winterbabies being born in the coming months I wanted to create something which helps to keep a little one’s feet warm and cozy, while actually staying on their feet. In addition this pattern works up really quickly so would be perfect as a last-minute baby present as well :)

I love you socks

This project is also perfect as a stash burster, with less than one ball of Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino for one pair of socks it also won’t break the bank, even when using a more expensive yarn.

I love you socks

The socks can be worn two ways. The first being as a normal sock, but when you fold over the ribbing they turn into little booties, which are still being held in place by the ribbing.

I love you socks

The pattern comes in 2 different sizes 0-3 and 3-6 months and can be mastered by intermediate crocheters. It also features helpful pictures for the slightly tricker bits of the pattern.

I love you socks

If I have inspired you to make your own little socks (which also would be perfect for a gender reveal photoshoot, don’t you think?) you can find the pattern for them on ravelry.

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I’m San and I’m the voice behind Loopsan. I’m a scientist by day (oh-no nerd alarm ;-)) but at night I turn into a crafter with heart. I love to crochet, bake, travel, keep memories in photographs and love everything DIY.

1 Comment

  1. I have not been receiving your updates. And I’ve just now found your lovely Garden of Roses.
    So far, I’ve found Parts 1 and 2. but none of the pictures are in the file…and the links to pictures scattered throughout the pattern instruction do not work. Message results say that this link no longer there.
    HOW can I get the rest of the pattern? I’d at least like to see what the whole project looks like…
    is that possible? And I have checked to sign up = again. I hope I will be added. I love visiting your blog….but day to day, do not always remember to go to the link…receiving the updates would be far more helpful.
    Thank you for all you share…so far this Garden of Roses is a project I’d like to pursue – IF I can find the rest of the parts and see what the completed blanket looks like.

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