Simple Toe-Up Sock Pattern
Churchmouse Yarns & Teas
"These little Turkish Bed Socks are super easy to make, have interesting construction, and make good use of that sock yarn laying around.I guess a lot of people like to wear them with clogs, but I made mine just for something comfy to wear around the house. The pattern is from Churchmouse Yarns and Teas shop on Bainbridge Island." via ItallianDishKnits
This is a good pattern for those for beginning knitters who want to be initiated into the wonders and joys of knitting socks. Knit in a chunky yarn on size 5mm needles, they don’t take much time, yarn or even effort. The following pattern is for an ankle sock which can be used as a bed sock. If you want a sock with a longer leg, add one more ball of yarn – bringing the total to three.
Inspired by a pair of socks entered in our ‘Koigu & You’ customer show, we designed these little one-skein slipper-socks for the 2009 LYS Tour. They make great gifts as they’re easy to fit and don’t take a lot of yarn. They’re nice for around the house. And terrific for travel. Our staff loves to wear them with clogs.