Easy Heel-less Socks
I have made this pattern to fit an average woman’s foot and calf (my foot and calf in particular). If you know that you usually need a larger sock or that you need more room around the calf to feel comfortable it is really easy to modify - simply add extra stitches when you cast on and then work a few extra decreases at the toe.
To make these socks you will need a 100 gram skein of sock yarn and a set of 4 double pointed needles in size US2/2.75mm. You’ll also need a stitch marker, tape measure, scissors, and a yarn needle.
The sock is worked in 2x2 ribbing, which means that you knit 2 stitches, then purl 2 stitches, repeating that pattern to the end of the round.