Crocodile Socks by Emma Bermudez

When the snow falls and the cold wind blows, you’ll need a cozy and comfortable friend to keep you warm… while he’s simultaneously eating your legs. That’s exactly why Emma Bermudez decided to knit these socks with textured stitch pattern across the body (designed to mimic a crocodile’s skin), raised eyes, nose bobbles, a gapping maw, and arms and legs. You can’t actually buy the crocodile socks, however there’s a knitting pattern available on Etsy for those who are willing to make a pair of their own.

Crocodile socks.

Crocodile socks.

Crocodile socks.

Crocodile socks.

Of course the only proper way to wear crocodile socks are with a pair of crocs on your feet!

Crocodile socks.

If this isn’t enough motivation to take up knitting as a hobby, then nothing will. The time to act is now! Go buy some yarn and make those long winter evenings a bit more fun!

8 thoughts on “Crocodile Socks by Emma Bermudez”

  1. You can actually buy them, at least the cheap rip offs from China that emerged soo quickly after her socks went viral first in 2021

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  2. After seeing ‘Birthing pig that feeds its piglets’ design (not for socks!), this is a welcome and pleasing relief. Nice design, bright colour, practical use, humorous, well conceived. However, with my lack of knowledge and skills, could I replicate this? Certainly not without a pattern and even then… Is one available. Can these socks be knitted and/or crocheted.

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