First-Time Toe-Up Socks (Any Gauge)
(from the website): This method is great for those who have never tried toe-up knitting before. I guide you carefully through unusual features, so you will succeed with this fit-as-you go pattern. With sixteen full-color photographs to walk you through the new techniques, you will be on your way in no time.
Sizes: Knit-to-fit any size foot... if the foot you are knitting for is not available, I've included a grid included showing measurements for Infant 0 to Women's Large. The sock design can be used for any size foot, but men's sizes are not included in the grid; best to try it on as you knit.
Supplies: 100-150gm each of fingering to bulky-weight yarn (mostly wool is most comfortable to walk on), set of 4 double-pointed needles appx. 2 sizes smaller than called for on ball band. (Notes on pictured yarns at end of this page.)
Gauge: Depends on yarn chosen, appx 1/2 to 1-1/2 stitch per inch more than ball band specified.
The first six photos used these yarns