Easy Toe Up Socks


Easy Toe Up Socks


If you're new to sock knitting patterns, the Easy Toe Up Socks is an excellent pattern to try out. As the name suggests, these fingering-weight socks are knit from the toe down, making it easy to try your socks on as you go and adjust the size as needed. This particular design features a high instep and a snug heel.


Knitting Needle Size2 or 2.75 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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Seems to be a problem with the link. It's called Toe Up Faux Heel Flap Socks- Fingering Weight. That may be the problem.

Miserable website. You have to go thru multiple links, and you still don't get to the pattern...is this just a phishing site? UGH!!!!!

I printed off the pattern and found it to be lasting in instructions. I have knitted top down socks for many years but never toe up. I found the pattern lacking in instruction. To get the detailed instructions, you have to buy the video. There are sites that give very detailed patterns complete with pictures that are really free. I might add that I have encountered this type thing on that site before.

Sorry, ths is another pattern-maker misrepresenting itself as 'free pattern'. (click to download, and one receives message: "This pattern is free for SUBSCRIBERS TO KNITFREEDOM'S AMZAZING VIDEO-TIP-A-WEEK.... This is not necessarily FREE! Whoever they are, I think they should not be included, as they seeem to be rateehe a 'bait and switch" kind of site. You and your site do so very much for folks like us, I hate to see you snookered into advertising for free for people like these. Thanks for listening. MissTreta

Would love to see the pattern but was unable to print. Can you email to me please. Very interested.

Will it might be great but I could not print the pattern. The print sign was hidden and I could not get it up. Couldn't print pattern

Hi there! Sorry you had trouble printing the pattern! It is just a regular PDF file. If you want, you can contact our customer service at http://knitfreedom.com/help/contact and we can email you the pattern for you to print out. I hope this helps!


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