I was going to write up a pattern for these, but won’t have time for a while now.
Start by knitting a wide toe, not a pointy one (increasing every row for the first while and then every other row until you get the width you want). The toe is knit in natural and then you go back and duplicate stitch the arch shape with the tiger stripe yarn. The claws are duplicate stitched using a grey-beige, slightly heavier yarn, so that they stand up a bit from the surface of the sock.
June 5, 2016
Just discovered a link to my Tiger Toes Socks on Pinterest -- with 4.9 thousand pinners!!