NEW! Fingering-Weight Toe-Up Socks With A Faux Heel Flap

Fingering-weight faux heel flap socks in Western Sky knitsAhhh, the joy of a sock that fits just right.

The flow of a toe-up sock pattern.

The tiny, crisp stitches of fingering-weight yarn.

The fun of a textured heel.

The clarity of watching videos for every step.

The excitement of being part of a knitalong.

The satisfaction of finishing both socks at once.

How Much Knitting Bliss Can You Handle?

I invented this pattern specifically to answer to all the things that my readers said they wanted most in a toe-up sock pattern:

Closeup of eye-of-the-partridge heel stitch on a fingerin-weight toe-up sock1) The ability to adjust for a high instep

2) The ability to add a textured heel stitch like the Eye-of-the-Partridge heel stitch, and

3) A super-easy and snug no-holes heel.

>> Download the pattern here <<

Yes, all this bliss is yours in this new fingering-weight sock pattern designed especially for people with high insteps.

Specs: Gauge: 7 sts/in. Foot circumference: 7(8,9) inches, with easy modifications for a high instep and very high instep. - ---> Get the details and download the pattern here.

Knit This Sock With Me And Other KnitFreedom Readers

I'll be leading a knitalong for this pattern in the KnitFreedom group on Ravelry, starting today! I'll be answering questions and posting photos over the next two weeks as we work on these socks together.
Purple malabrigo socks in progress, two at a time

You don't have to knit these fingering weight toe up heel flap socks two-at-a-time, but if you've been thinking about it, now's a great time to try - we are here to help! - ---> Go to the knitalong here.

So What Do You Think? Are You Game?

Are you going to try this new fingering weight toe up heel flap sock pattern? Do you have any questions about it? Excited about the knitalong? Let me know what you think! - ---> Leave a comment here.


Videos from this post:

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Related Course: Toe-Up, Two-at-a-Time Socks

Toe-up socks are the hippest and most addictive project in knitting right now, and it's easy to see why.

Knitters love making their socks from the toe-up because they can try on as they go, knit two-at-a-time, and there's no heel flap or picking up stitches.

The ideal project for any intermediate knitter to learn, improve, and enjoy.

74 thoughts on “NEW! Fingering-Weight Toe-Up Socks With A Faux Heel Flap”

  1. I have a question someone perusing these comments may be able to answer:
    In Section 4: Turn Heel, it says “Row 2: P22, W&T.”
    I assume the P22 correspond with the 22 st increase for the gusset. My question is then if I made an increase of 24 st for the gusset (or 26 st), should this then read “Row 2: P24 or P26, respectively, and then W&T.”
    Maybe the answer will come to me when I simply try it out.

      1. Yeaaaaah!! Atta girl! That’s what I like to hear. You can follow any formula and modify any pattern once you have a strong understanding of the fundamentals. Keep up the good work!

  2. Best fitting heel ever, I tried oodles of different one over the years, and this one has the ease of a short-row heel and the fit of a flap with gusset heel, I am soooooo happy I found this pattern, no more “wandering heel” for me.

  3. I love your videos nice of you to explain the toe up 2socks on magic loop just 1 needle. I love knitting I want to start this project but I want you to show how to start and the heel turn and the gusset so please help. Thank you

  4. I finished my toe up-2AT-easy-peasy heel flaps, last night. I think I went a tad too small on the ribbing, but I can get into them…barely. I used Scholler-Esslinger Fortissima. I’ll post pix on Ravelry @bikrgran.

        1. Hi Linda, thank you so much for posting your pictures on Ravelry! Right now, there’s not a place on KNITFreedom to share pictures, but you can post them on our Facebook page.

  5. i cannot get the pattern, please help. i got the ‘knitting superstar’ and i get the emails you send out, but i cannot get signed in.

    thanks, susan

    1. Hi Susan, can you try again? We were having some trouble with the site that we just got resolved. It should work for you, but if not, please contact KNITFreedom support.

  6. sonja archer I go by archer

    Thank you for this KAL. It is great to read how others are proceeding. I learned the magic loop a couple of weeks ago and can’t believe it is so easy. Now I am doing two at a time what a breeze “easy peasy” as they say. It is going so fast only half the turns and half the pulls. Not to mention the time saved relishing in that first beautiful sock and then realising you have to do it all over again to get the second sock.

  7. Liat, Thankyou for all your hard work. I have finished my 2nd pair of toe up socks and I think I have found my prefered method of knotting a sock with your patterns.

  8. Indeed I will be trying this pattern. I have not knit socks in ages and this looks like a great pattern. Thanks for doing this. Your instructions are always right on!!!

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