Miniature Sock Pattern

Here is miniature sock I plan to use on my Christmas presents instead of bows.  Because this is meant as decoration, yarn and needle size don't really matter.

Here is the pattern I used to make the sock.

Miniature 24 Stitch sock

Cast on 24 stitches: 12 on needle one, 6 on needle 2 and 3:

Leg/ cuff:
Do desired rounds of K1,P1 rib (about 4-5)
Knit remaining rounds for desired leg length
When you are ready to work the heel, turn after finishing on needle 3:

Heal Flap (on needles 2 and 3):
Row 1: Slip 1, Purl, turn
Row 2: Slip 1, Knit, turn

Repeat these two rows until you have 10 rows completed

Heal Turn:
S1,P5,P2tog,P1, turn
S1,P2,P2Tog,P1, turn
Note: These last two times you will not be able to P1/K1 after the decrease.
S1,P3,P2Tog, turn
S1,K3,SSK, Don't Turn

You should have 6 stitches on the needle

With an empty needle, pick up 6 stitches along heel flap (now needle 3) , knit along needle 1, pick up 6 stitches along other side of heal flap and knit the next 3 stitches (now needle 2), move remaining 3 stitches are on needle 3, 9 stitches on needles 2 and 3, 12 stitches in needle 1.

Start the decrease:
Row 1: With needle 3, knit to last three stitches, K2Tog, K1. With needle 1, knit. With needle 2, K1, SSK and K until end

Row 2: Knit around

Repeat these two rows until you have 6 stitches on needles 2 and 3 (24 Total)

Continue row 2 until you have desired foot length, ending on needle 2

To make the toe:
first row:
starting with needle 3, K until you get to the last three stitches, K2tog and K the last stitch.

On needle one K first stitch, SSK. K until the last three stitches, then K2tog, K.

On need two K first stitch, SSK and K until end

Second row:
Knit on all three needles

repeat row one and two until half (12) stitches remain.

Close with
Kitchener's stitch.