The fiddler in our oldtime group likes to wear as many colors as possible, so when I saw this yarn I decided she should have a pair of socks knit from it. So now she does. :)
It's a pretty standard toe-up pattern, but I like what I call the 'Balıkesir toe' (for no reason other than that I've only seen it on socks knit by a bunch of women from Balıkesir, a few hours south of Istanbul). You do your choice of 8-stitch caston, then instead of increasing on each side of the instep every other round, you increase on only one side, every round. The result is a gradual twist, so that by the time you reach your final number of stitches, the toe caston is vertical. I do the increases at the beginning of the rows for one sock, and at the end of the rows for the other.