Grateful Morning Socks

Quiet, coffee, comfy couch, colors of pink and gold mingling with blue through the window, knitting in hand, and a new day to journey through are all reasons to be grateful in the morning. The simple pattern for Grateful Morning Socks developed over several early morning knitting sessions. I enjoyed those cozy moments of creating while the house was quiet and the sky was blooming with color.


Yarn: DK weight or fingering weight held double

Needles: US 3/3.25mm or needle to get gauge

Gauge: 6 -7 sts per inch

The Grateful Morning Socks is a simple knit, purl, and twisted stitch DK weight sock pattern with a round toe. The heel is a  blend of a slipped stitch heel with the same twisted stitch pattern from the front of the sock. Written for the magic loop method, the Grateful Morning Socks will knit up easily using other sock knitting techniques, such as double-pointed or small circumference circular needles.

Erica Saint is a busy wife, homeschooling mom, and grandmother. She enjoys many crafts, but her favorite pastime is knitting. Erica and her daughter-in-law, Daphne, are the makers of Rose Opal Knits. You can find them on Instagram @roseopalknits, their Rose Opal Knits YouTube channel, and their website

This pattern is for personal use only. Do not distribute for free or for profit. Do not sell items made from this pattern. Please contact Erica at with any questions or comments.

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