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Crochet your own Happy Heart Yoga Socks

These will make your yogi feet happy! It is like a hug for your feet.

“ A HUG for your feet.”

This sock was inspired by my recent trip to Nelson BC, to attend a retreat with my daughter and Karuna Erickson of Heart Yoga. Karuna loves her Snuggle Yoga Socks and I told her I would design a pattern just for Heart Yoga. These socks are full of vibrant colour and remind me of the uniqueness of being in the beautiful Kootenays. I hope you enjoy these Happy Heart Yoga Socks!

*Please do not copy, sell, redistribute or republish this pattern. If you wish to share this pattern, link to this page only. You may sell items produced using this pattern. Do NOT use the copyrighted photos for your product listing.

This pattern is written in US crochet terms


Medium, Worsted weight - yarn, Berroco Comfort 50%nylon 50%superfine Acrylic. 210 Yrd in skien) Colour 9831 (Rainbow colours)

Crochet hook H(5.0mm) or (5.5mm) (For larger sizes you can use larger hook)

Yarn needle, scissors


1. Pattern is worked in round. Do not turn at end of rows. 2. Slip stitch to join. Chain 1 in rows do not count as a stitch. If you are making this sock larger please write down the stitch count to ensure you can make second sock same size. The sock in picture fits size 6 ladies to size 8 ladies. Please email me at if you have any questions or revisions you would like to share.


ch(s) – chain(es), hoc – half double crochet, RS –right side ss -slip stitch, dc- double crochet, X-st - Double crochet cross stitch, BLO - back loop only

X-st – skip next 2st, dc in next st, ch1, dc in first skipped st in front of already done dc. (Double Crochet Cross Stitch) * Check out how to do this stitch at Bella Coola Crochet ...(Who I love!)


Cuff of the snuggle sock. Chain 6 st.

Row 1: Single Crochet (sc) in 2nd chain from hook and in each chain to end, ch 1, turn —5 sc.

Row 2: Sc in the back loop only (blo) in each sc to end, ch 1, turn —5 sc blo.

Repeat row 2 until the cuff when stretched wraps around your upper ankle. (About 8 Inches) (32 rows in sock pictured)

*Write down the size of the cuff to ensure you make the second sock the same size.

Joining Row: Ch 1, turn, fold piece in half, lining up sts of foundation ch and last row, working through both layers, slip st across to join the foundation row and the blo of the last row. This will join the ends to form a loop or the cuff of sock.

*Note: It is best when placing the cuff around your ankle that it is snug, if it is the exact same size of your ankle it may stretch out and fall down.

Set-up Round: Ch 1, working round the long edge of the cuff, hoc , sl st to join. (Sock shown in picture 35 hdc) .Place marker for beginning of round.

The perfect happy heart yoga sock for spring and fall....

Ribbing of the top of sock:

Row 1: Ch 1, dc in same space, dc into each stitch around, sl st to join.

Row 2: (RS): Ch 2 (does not counts as a stitch), * fpdc around next st, bpdc around next st; rep from * to end, join with a slip stitch into the first fpdc.

Repeat Row 2 until the top of sock is the length you would like your snuggle sock. (Rows shown in picture 5 rounds.)

Setting up heel opening: Ch 1, chain 14 to 16 st, attach to the other side of the tube of sock. (28 st in picture)

Bottom of sock:

Row 1: Ch 1, DC into same st, sk 1 ch 1, dc , repeat (* sk1 ch 1 d) all the way across, sl st to join. Do not turn. 28

Row 2: Ch 1, sc into same sp, sc into each stitch across, sl st to join. (28 St)

Row 3: Ch 1, DC into same sp, X-st – skip next 2st, dc in next st, ch1, dc in first skipped st in front of already done dc. Repeat, sl st to join. (28 St)

Row 4: Ch1, sc into same sp, sc into each stitch cross, sl st to join. (28 st)

Repeat rows 1-4.

Edging of bottom of sock:

Row 1: Ch 1, DC into same sp, sc into next stitch, dc into next, (sc, dc, sc) repeat around, sl st to join. (28 St)

Row 2: Ch 1, sc into same sp, ch 3 ,sk , 1 sc; (sc, ch3, sc) repeat 3 more times, sc in next st ch 14 for the toe loop, sc into next st to join. Begin repeat again until slip st. (sc,ch 3, sc)


Sew in all loose yarn. Turn to RS and now make the second sock!

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