The toe has been grafted, ends woven in, and it's been tried on. It fits. Only a couple visible holes.
Truth be told, I made quite a few errors in this sock. The heel flap is too long, and the foot part of the sock is too short. I some how got the heel off center, too. When it's not worn, it looks really disproportionate, so much so that it's comical to look at. But when I wear it, it looks okay. I'm not so fond of the way the ribbed cuff stretches out so much I can see spaces between the purl stitches. The toe shaping looked REALLY funky when it was time to graft the toe and weave in ends, but worn it looks great. I'm very impressed with myself on my kitchener technique.
Will any of these mistakes make me want to rip back and fix them? God no. Will I bury this sock in my basket of knitted shame? Nope. It's wearable. It fits. It's comfortable. And... it's MINE! The very first knitted project for myself since I made my water bottle cover. I think that was in April.
Another thing... my feet are STILL cold!