For February Sockdown, I started Split-Toe Sweethearts by Priscilla Gibson-Roberts, an underappreciated pattern in Knitting Socks with Handpainted Yarn. Following the pattern as written yielded a toe that is too big for me.
So I did some maths and some re-knitting and eventually cranked out a pair of tabi toes. I did two now lest I forget what I did. Not that it made much difference – I accidentally made two left feet.
At this point the toes are theoretically reversible – it's not until the heel that left and right are irrevocably set – so I just flipped one over to get a right foot. The flipped-left-now-right sock is not quite as pretty as the left, but