Every Possible* Sock by Becky Lee

Every Possible* Sock

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Every Possible toe-up, magic loop, two-at-a-time, short-row-turn-and-gusset-decrease-heel Sock

Welcome to the sock pattern for the whole family! With the sizing calculator, you can make socks to fit everyone on your knit list. The plain stockinette pattern leaves you the opportunity to get creative with color and stitch patterns. And you can use any size needles and any weight yarn (within reason - super bulky yarn on size 50 needles won’t make very practical socks!).

This is a step-by-step pattern, but it assumes some familiarity with magic loop and sock-making techniques. If you’ve never done toe-up, magic-loop, two-at-a-time socks, you may want to start with becky lee ‘s Practice Socks pattern. It uses the same techniques as this pattern, guiding you through with more explanation and detail.

The heel includes gusset increases, a short-row turn, and a gusset stitch pick-up. The toe is cast on with Judy’s Magic Cast-On, and the cuff is bound off with Jeny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bind-Off. Links to video tutorials are included for the trickiest techniques.

Before starting your socks, you will knit a 20-stitch x 20-row swatch with the yarn and needles that you plan to use. Follow the instructions on the sizing calculator page and mark down the output in the pattern. Use the numbers where you find the corresponding letters in the pattern.

Designers may use this pattern and the sock calculator to calculate sizing for their own patterns. Please contact beckylee620, and reference the Every Possible* Sock pattern in your pattern with a link to this Ravelry page. Do not plagiarize the Every Possible* Sock pattern instructions or distribute the sock calculator for use with your pattern.


  • any size circular needle, ideally with a 36” (90cm) cable or longer (you may use DPNs and knit the socks separately if you prefer)
  • any weight yarn; depending on the type of yarn and the size of the socks, you will probably need between 50 and 150 grams
  • crochet hook or tapestry needle for weaving in ends