Once your sock is the right length for your foot, it is time to work the toe. It is very important to make sure that the beginning of your toe is in line with one end of your heel section so if you need to knit across an extra needle in order to achieve this, then do so.
Knit 3 rounds.
In order to shape your toe, you will work a combination of decrease rounds and knit rounds. I will show you how to work a decrease round and then you can refer to your pattern to see how many rounds you must work.
Knit one stitch, make a left leaning decrease, knit to the end of your needle. Knit until you have three stitches left of your next needle, work a right leaning decrease, knit the last stitch.
Knit the first stitch of your next needle, work a left leaning decrease, knit to the end of your needle. Knit until you have three stitches left of your last needle, work a right leaning decrease, knit the last stitch. You should have decreased by four stitches in total.
Continue to follow your pattern until you have worked your last decrease row. Check out our Kitchener stitch video to see how you complete your sock.
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