Just as there are many ways to cast on stitches for flat knitting, there are numerous ways to cast on stitches for toe-up sock knitting. You'll find out which method is best for you after trying several, but we like one known as the Turkish cast-on. It is relatively easy and doesn't require the use of waste yarn as some provisional cast-on methods for toe-up socks do. The trick is in what you do with the wraps after making them, and that's actually pretty simple too.
Turkish cast on is my new favorite invisible cast on for toe up socks, finger down mitten, or any tubes with a closed end toys. There are many methods you can choose for a closed end cast on, such as Judy's magic cast on , figure 8 cast on , or backward loop cast on. I find Turkish cast on to be simple, straightforward, and it produces a nice seamless, continuous stockinette stitches. Have you ever tried knitting socks from toes, or mittens from finger tips? Most traditional patterns knit from cuff down, and you end up need a Kitchener stitch to graft the toes or fingertips. Most people don't like Kitchener stitches because it is a sewing method requires many steps in certain order. If you don't use it a lot, you forget the steps easily.
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