Seeri socks (knitting pattern) – Laurelknits


In Seeri socks you can make good use of small yarn balls left over from other knitting projects, as you need about 4-5 g of fingering weight sock yarn to knit one lace strip. Seeri socks are knitted from stem to toe on a circular needle using the magic loop technique. However, the pattern is easy to adapt to knit with sock needles.

Size: S, M, L
Leg circumference at foot 16,5 (18; 20) cm

Yarn: Laureknits SuperSock in Naturelle (PV), Speckled Teddy (RV1), Pretty Peach (RV2) and Light Brown (RV3) (100% SW Merino, 400 m /100 g)
Yarn consumption: about 60-70 g/240-280 m of fingering weight sock yarn.
Needles: 2.5 mm, 80 cm long circular needle or according to your handwriting
Knitting density: 33 sts and 51 rows = 10 cm cable
Other accessories: end needle, 3 stitch markers, sock blocks for finishing socks
NOTE! The guide is a downloadable product in Finnish. Once you have paid for your order, you will receive an order confirmation email with a link to download the guide. Remember to add your email address to the subscription. The download link is valid for six months, so you should save it for yourself.

Photos by @Laura Moorats