Free Yoga Socks Knitting Pattern With Video

free knitted yoga sock pattern

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Major Update!!

After getting lots of feedback on confusion with this pattern I have made some adjustments that will hopefully help everyone out. Sometimes what makes sense in my head doesn’t make sense to other people πŸ™‚ Be sure to check out the updated video also!

For anyone who likes to do yoga, wearing socks can be a problem. I came up with this yoga sock pattern because my feet are always cold so with the open heel and toe I can have some warmth and still keep my feet from sliding around. The color possibilities are endless and the twisted rib design makes them pretty. I just finished knitting these up so of you find any errors or have any questions feel free to send me a message.

free knitted yoga sock pattern

Twisted Rib Yoga Socks

Size: One size fits most


Yarn: 5 yards of Loops and Threads Impeccable medium weight yarn

Needles: Size 7 dpn or size to obtain gauge Clover Takumi 7-Inch Double point, Size 7

Gauge: In twisted rib, 18 sts and 26 rows = 4”

Notes: Pattern size can be adjusted depending on desired fit by increasing or decreasing number of cast on stitches in multiples of six.

Twist stitch: k2tog, without removing stitches from your left needle knit last stitch on needle again then slide off.


Cast on 36 sts loosely
Place marker and join
P2, k2 for 5 rounds

Begin Twisted rib:
Rnd 1: *purl 2, twist st, twist st, repeat from * to the end of round
Rnd 2: p2, k4 repeat to end of round
Rnd 3: *p2, k1, twist st, k1; repeat from * to end of round
Rnd 4: p2, k4 repeat to end of round
Repeat these four rounds until the piece measures 4 Β½ inches or desired height (this is the ankle).

Round 1: knit in twisted rib pattern for 18 stiches then bind off the remaining 18 stitches.
Round 2: knit in twisted rib pattern for 18 stitches, cast on 18 stitches
Round 3: knit in twisted rib pattern for 18 stitches, k18
Continue in twisted rib for 18 sts and k18 until piece measures 4 Β½ inches or desired length is reached.
P2, k2 for 4 rounds
Bind off loosely in pattern Copyright 2015

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  1. I love this design, but sadly the link to the pattern seems to be broken. Or it doesn’t like me.

    Is there anything you can do about this, so my tootsies will be warm this autumn?


  2. Love these and would love to make them but I cannot figure out the increase, is there a video or any additional instruction you could provide?

  3. I’ve got two questions for you!
    1. When doing k2tog are you doing it through the front or k2tog tbl?

    2. On your increase 1, are you knitting both stitches thru the back?
    I’m new to this stitch……sorry for the confusion. Lol

  4. I have made a couple of pairs as gifts for ladies and they loved them. And everyone else in the class loved them too. Great pattern

  5. I’m following the pattern but instead of increasing stitches I’m losing stitches. I don’t know what I’m doing wrong? I see the YouTube video but still decreasing in stitches… can’t figure out what I’m doing wrong. Please help! Thanks

  6. Could you please explain your increase. I’ve done it 3 times. I understand p2, k2tog, Inc. ,k2tog, Inc. repeat. But if I do this I loose some stitches. I’ve watched the video as well. But w/ k2tog.,increas. You only get 3 stitches so you lose 1 stitch for 1 of those sets. Is this right? The pattern looks great. I would love to make☺

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