How do you measure for crochet socks?

While the person is standing, measure the foot from the back of the heel to the longest toe (D). This will give you an accurate foot length measurement. You will make your crochet sock approximately 3/4 to 1 inch shorter than the actual foot length measurement.

How do you determine sock size?

In the US, a numerical sock size is essentially how long your foot is in inches. This means that a sock size labeled 9-11 is often not a shoe size, but rather how long your foot is in inches. For example, a women’s size 7 shoe is about 9 5/16 inches, so it would fit that size sock no problem.

Should I size up in socks?

From heel to toe, your socks should be about one inch shorter than the length of your foot. But of course, not everybody fits perfectly in the available sizes. If you’re somewhere in between, we recommend going up to a bigger size.

What sock size is 9 11?

Women’s socks are typically listed on sock packaging as “Size 9-11.” This translates to a women’s U.S. shoe size of about 5-10. Men’s socks are typically listed on sock packaging as “Size 10-13.” This translates to a men’s U.S. shoe size of about 8-12.5.

What is sock circumference?

You want the sock to have to stretch a bit so that it will stay up on your leg and stay in place on your foot. … A sock for a child should also measure about 10% smaller in circumference—about 1/2” (1.3 cm) for a foot with a 5” (12.5 cm) circumference—and about 1/4” to 1/2″ (6 mm to 1.3 cm) shorter in length.

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How long should the leg of a sock be?

Knit the cuff to your desired length (1 to 2 inches for anklets, 6 to 8 inches for standard socks). Keep in mind that if you make very long cuffs, it may be necessary to start out with more stitches, because your leg gets wider toward the top.