If you have ever wondered if a crocheted sock is comfortable, rest assured, This pattern goes throught the basics (with a photo tutorial too)
This pattern is for a basic sock pattern that can be adjusted to any size and theoretically for any yarn (I would keep away from super chunky!)
4ply or sock yarn, with some nylon, or hardwearing wool (bluefaced Leicester for example) would be the best.
Please, please, please make a swatch this is essential to get your perfect negative ease sock! You will ch40, then working in a circle, make 1dc, 1tr in each stitch and continue with 1dc in the tr of the first round and 1tr in the dc of the first round. make about 3cm, then measure. There is a calculation you make that is given in the pattern so that you know how many stitches you will need after the toe.