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Two Needles Seamless Lace Knit Socks Pattern

two needles seamless knit lace socks pattern

two needles seamless knit lace socks pattern

Knitting materials and tools:

<> DPN or Circular Knitting Needles 3.5mm (US 4)

<> Loops & Thread: Cozy Wool Merino (3) – 55% superwash merino, 45% acrylic.

<> Weight Category – Light.

<> 6 stitch markers.

 

Size of seamless lace knit socks:

Size: US 6-7 / EU 36-37. The size can be adjusted by knitting the lace part longer or shorter.

Gauge: 18 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette

Common abbreviations of knitting stitches:

K – knit

P – purl

Pm – place marker

k2tog – knit two together

p2tog – purl two together

skpo – Slip, Knit, Pass Over: Slip one stitch to the right needle knitwise, knit in the next stitch and drop this stitch off the left needle, insert the left needle into the slipped stitch, pass it over the knit stitch and it’s done.

yo– yarn over

st(s) – stitch(es)

RHN – right-hand needle

LHN – left-hand needle

sel s – selvage stitch: always slip the first stitch purlwise, work to the last stitch, purl the last stitch.

Two-needles seamless lace socks knitting pattern:

MAKE TWO.

Knitting a cuff of the socks:

 Cast on 21 sts.

Rows 1: sel s, [k1, p1] – repeat till the end, k1, sel s.

Rows 2: sel s, [p1, k1] – repeat till the end, p1, sel s.

Rows 3-16: Repeat Rows 1-2.

Row 17: sel s, [k1, p1] – repeat till the end, k1, sel s. At this point, ribbing should measure about 7-8 cm.

Place stitch markers on the selvage stitch one row below from both sides. If you do not have stitch markers use a piece of scrap yarn. Please do not miss this step, otherwise, it might be hard to join the sock correctly.

Knitting an ankle of the socks:

I also thought that writing 15 stitches of the lace part in brackets will be more comfortable in case you have a different initial number of stitches.

Row 1: sel s, k2, [k3, k2tog, k2, yo, p1, yo, k2, skpo, k3], k2, sel s.

Row 2: sel s, k2, [p7, k1, p7], k2, sel s.

Row 3: sel s, k2, [k2, k2tog, k2, yo, k1, p1, k1, yo, k2, skpo, k2], k2, sel s.

Row 4: sel s, k2, [p7, k1, p7], k2, sel s.

Row 5: sel s, k2, [k1, k2tog, k2, yo, k2, p1, k2, yo, k2, skpo, k1], k2, sel s.

Row 6: sel s, k2, [p7, k1, p7], k2, sel s.

Row 7: sel s, k2, [ k2tog, k2, yo, k3, p1, k3, yo, k2, skpo], k2, sel s.

Row 8: sel s, k2, [p7, k1, p7], k2, sel s.

Repeat Rows 1-8 once more. At this point, the sock should measure about 11-12 cm.

Again, place stitch markers on selvage stitch one row below from both sides.

lace knit flat socks

Knitting a foot of the socks:

For the US size 7, repeat Rows 1-8 five more times. For the bigger size repeat more times. And the last time, place stitch markers on selvage stitch one row below from both sides.

Knitting a toe of the socks:

Divide all stitches into 3 parts.

21/3=7 sts – each part

Make decreases from both sides until you have 7 central stitches. If you have a different initial number of stitches, you might have a remainder after division. If the remainder is 1, add it to the central part, if it is 2, add one stitch to the right side and one stitch to the left side. Place stitch markers if necessary.

Row 1: sel s, k17, k2tog, sel s (20 sts)

Row 2: sel s, k16, k2tog, sel s (19 sts)

Row 3: sel s, k15, k2tog, sel s (18 sts)

Row 4: sel s, k14, k2tog, sel s (17 sts)

Row 5: sel s, k13, k2tog, sel s (16 sts)

Row 6: sel s, k12, k2tog, sel s (15 sts)

Row 7: sel s, k11, k2tog, sel s (14 sts)

Row 8: sel s, k10, k2tog, sel s (13 sts)

Row 9: sel s, k9, k2tog, sel s (12 sts)

Row 10: sel s, k8, k2tog, sel s (11 sts)

Row 11: sel s, k7, k2tog, sel s (10 sts)

Row 12: sel s, k6, k2tog, sel s (9 sts)

Row 13: sel s, k5, k2tog, sel s (8 sts)

Row 14: sel s, k4, k2tog, sel s (7 sts)

Knitting a sole of the socks:

Pay attention that some rows will not have a selvage stitch at the beginning.

Row 1: k7. With LHN pick up the front loop (closest to the right side of the sock) of the selvage stitch that is one row below. Poke it from front to back and purl it. Video: 19:34

Row 2: k8. With LHN pick up the back loop (closest to the right side of the sock) of the selvage stitch that is one row below. Poke it from front to back and purl it.

Row 3: k9. With LHN pick up the front loop (closest to the right side of the sock) of the selvage stitch that is one row below. Poke it from front to back and purl it.

Row 4: k10. With LHN pick up the back loop (closest to the right side of the sock) of the selvage stitch that is one row below. Poke it from front to back and purl it.

In this way go on picking up loops from both sides, until you reach stitch markers or until you have 21 stitches on your needles again.

Remove two stitch markers.

Next Row: sel s, k18, k2tog. With LHN pick up the front loop (closest to the right side of the sock) of the selvage stitch that is one row below. Poke it from front to back and purl it. (21 sts)

Next Row: sel s, k18, k2tog. With LHN pick up the back loop (closest to the right side of the sock) of the selvage stitch that is one row below. Poke it from front to back and purl it. (21 sts)

Go on knitting the sole and repeating the last two rows until you reach the next pair of stitch markers.

two needles lace knit socks

Knitting a heel of the socks:

Row 1: sel s, k17, k2tog, sel s (20 sts)

Row 2: sel s, k16, k2tog, sel s (19 sts)

Row 3: sel s, k15, k2tog, sel s (18 sts)

Row 4: sel s, k14, k2tog, sel s (17 sts)

Row 5: sel s, k13, k2tog, sel s (16 sts)

Row 6: sel s, k12, k2tog, sel s (15 sts)

Row 7: sel s, k11, k2tog, sel s (14 sts)

Row 8: sel s, k10, k2tog, sel s (13 sts)

Row 9: sel s, k9, k2tog, sel s (12 sts)

Row 10: sel s, k8, k2tog, sel s (11 sts)

Row 11: sel s, k7, k2tog, sel s (10 sts)

Row 12: sel s, k6, k2tog, sel s (9 sts)

Row 13: sel s, k5, k2tog, sel s (8 sts)

Row 14: sel s, k4, k2tog, sel s (7 sts)

Row 15: k7. With LHN pick up the front loop (closest to the right side of the sock) of the selvage stitch that is one row below. Poke it from front to back and purl it.

Row 16: k8. With LHN pick up the back loop (closest to the right side of the sock) of the selvage stitch that is one row below. Poke it from front to back and purl it.

Repeat Rows 15-16 until you have 21 stitches again.

To get rid of holes that may appear in the corners of the heel, let’s add 2 more rows that also make the heel a little bit higher.

Next Row: sel s, k18, k2tog. With LHN pick up a bar between the previous and next row. Place it on the needle and purl it. Do not work in stitch with a stitch marker!!!

Next Row: sel s, k18, k2tog. With LHN pick up a bar between the previous and next row. Place it on the needle and purl it. Do not work in stitch with a stitch marker!!!

Remove stitch markers.

Knitting an ankle of the socks:

Row 1: sel s, k18, k2tog. With LHN pick up the front loop (closest to the right side of the sock) of the selvage stitch that is one row below. Poke it from front to back and purl it. (21 sts)

Row 2: sel s, k18, k2tog. With LHN pick up the back loop (closest to the right side of the sock) of the selvage stitch that is one row below. Poke it from front to back and purl it. (21 sts)

Go on knitting the ankle and repeating the last two rows until you reach the next pair of stitch markers.

Knitting a cuff of the socks:

Remove stitch markers.

Rows 1: sel s, [k1, p1] – repeat till the end, k1, slip the last stitch to the RHN. With LHN pick up the front loop (closest to the right side of the sock) of the selvage stitch that is one row below. Poke it from front to back. Return slipped stitch to LHD and p2tog (stitch and loop).

Rows 2: sel s, [p1, k1] – repeat till the end, p1, slip the last stitch to the RHN. With LHN pick up the front loop (closest to the right side of the sock) of the selvage stitch that is one row below. Poke it from front to back. Return slipped stitch to LHD and k2tog (stitch and loop).

Bind off all stitches. Cut the yarn and weave in ends.

seamless knit lace socks for women

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