Super-Bulky Toe-Up Socks – A Fast, One-Skein Project
Beginner Toe-Up Socks with a Fleegle Heel
Gauge: 2.5 sts/in in Stockinette stitch
Technique: Toe-Up Socks
Yarn Weight: Super-Bulky (5-6 wpi)
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Here is a free basic beginner super bulky sock pattern for toe-up socks, one– or two-at a time, using Magic Loop.
You can seriously knit these socks in one day, and one skein of Malabrigo Rasta will just be enough!
- Sizes: Small/Medium, Medium/Large
- Finished Measurements: To fit foot circumference: 7(8) inches
- Yarn Weight: Super-Bulky (5-6 wpi)
- Yarn: 90 yds super-bulky yarn. If working two socks at one time, separate yarn into two balls of equal yardage.
- Recommended Yarn: 1 skein Malabrigo Rasta
- Needles: 1 pair circular needles, 47" for two-at-a-time, 40-47" for one-at-a-time
- Needle size: US 13 - 9.0 mm or size required to get gauge (2.5 sts/in)
- Notions: Stitch markers, scissors, tapestry needle
- 2.5 sts/in in St st
Recommended Course: August 2022 Toe-Up Socks Knitalong – Free With Purchase!
Recommended Course: Toe-Up, Two-at-a-Time Socks
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Related Blog Post: Everything You Need To Know About The Fleegle HeelBy Liat Gat – Founder / Heels, Socks, Toe-Up Socks / August 24, 2012 / 120 Comments
In December of 2006, a blogger known as Fleegle changed the knitting world when she published a no-holes toe-up heel formula on her blog. Since I discovered the Fleegle Heel, I’ve been making videos showing how to do it, writing patterns that use it, and helping the whole world learn to knit it.Read Post »
Related Blog Post: NEW: Free Super-Bulky Sock Pattern for Magic Loop, Toe-Up or Top-DownBy Liat Gat – Founder / New Patterns, Socks, Toe-Up Socks, Top-Down Socks / December 23, 2011 / 7 Comments
In case you are madly trying to finish Christmas gifts, here is the gift that I fall back on year after year: super-bulky slipper-socks. Knit with one skein of super-bulky yarn, these toe-up socks can be made in about 5 hours.Read Post »
Published July 11, 2018
Last Updated: - Current Version: 3.0
8 thoughts on “Super-Bulky Toe-Up Socks – A Fast, One-Skein Project”
Thank you so much for this clearly written easy to follow pattern ! I needed a quick Gift And this fit the bill nicely. I have you several of your patterns and I love them all thank you so much for your tutorials and patterns.
Aw, thank you so much! That means so much to me that you love our patterns. I really appreciate you commenting and telling me.
Big hugs to you,
I have never knitted socks and have a little experience with magic loop so watching the video would really help. Is the video really 17.99 or did I look at it wrong? That is way too much to pay.
The Toe-Up Socks on Magic Loop is an entire step-by-step video class, with 19 videos included. Compared to Craftsy or in-person classes at your local yarn store, this is a very economical choice. If you would like to take a full sock-knitting class, I recommend ours as a wonderful online option. Thousands of students have learned to knit socks after going through the class. I hope this helps! -Liat
I can’t get the pattern to download. I clicked on the link, but it won’t go to the pattern. Help.
Hi there, I’m so sorry you had difficulty downloading this pattern. I’ve added some blue “download” buttons to this page to make it easier to see where to download the pattern. Can you try clicking one of those? I’ll also send you the pattern via email since you are a KnitFreedom subscriber. Thanks!
Could you please tell me where I find the pattern for the bulky socks. Thank you.
Hi Iris, I’m so sorry you had difficulty downloading this pattern. I’ve added some blue “download” buttons to this page to make it easier to see where to download the pattern. Can you try clicking one of those? I’ll also send you the pattern via email since you are a KnitFreedom subscriber. Thanks!