Basic Split Toe Sock Worked From Toe Up
Blue Mountain Handcrafts Beth’s Basic Split Toed Sock Knitting Pattern. Yes, I even wear socks with my split toes sandals in the summer because my husband keeps the thermostat set on “Meat Locker” and I just about turn into a popsycle. This is the basic pattern I use for my split toed socks worked from the toe up. I prefer the toe up method because then I can just knit until I run out of yarn or I’m ready to scream from doing inches of ribbing. You can do them in any stitch pattern as long as you can fit it in the stitches you have to work with on the top of the foot (this will be 28 stitches for this size pattern). This pattern is for a woman’s average size foot (shoe size approx. 8 to 9). The pattern is written for fingering weight yarn. You will need 2 sets of DPN’s. I’ve been known to use a size larger in a pinch when I couldn’t find my second set of size 2’s.