This pattern came from "The Knitting Stitch Bible" by Maria Parry-Jones. The pattern is called Feminine Fair Isle on page 191. I used my small gauge Wonderloom and knitted on 32 pegs. I did K1 P1 ribbing for 10 rows to create the cuff, 15 rows e-wrap, heel, 5 rows e-wrap, 28 row pattern, flat stitch toe, finishing with the Kitchener stitch to close the toe (thank you Tracey from "Tracey's Journal" for posting a link to the video and who is also "The sock loom godess" in my eyes, LOL). When I first tried the Kitchener Stitch I had a heck of a time getting the stitches off the loom onto the knitting needles so for the second sock I found it much easier to transfer the stitches from the loom onto stitch holders and then transfer them onto the needles.