Flames of Bonfire - Free Sock Pattern

Flames of Bonfire - Free Sock Pattern||Bas Flames of Bonfire | Patron de Tricot Gratuit
Flames of Bonfire - Free Sock Pattern||Bas Flames of Bonfire | Patron de Tricot Gratuit
Flames of Bonfire - Free Sock Pattern||Bas Flames of Bonfire | Patron de Tricot Gratuit
Flames of Bonfire - Free Sock Pattern||Bas Flames of Bonfire | Patron de Tricot Gratuit
Flames of Bonfire - Free Sock Pattern||Bas Flames of Bonfire | Patron de Tricot Gratuit
Flames of Bonfire - Free Sock Pattern||Bas Flames of Bonfire | Patron de Tricot Gratuit
Flames of Bonfire - Free Sock Pattern||Bas Flames of Bonfire | Patron de Tricot Gratuit
Flames of Bonfire - Free Sock Pattern||Bas Flames of Bonfire | Patron de Tricot Gratuit
Flames of Bonfire - Free Sock Pattern||Bas Flames of Bonfire | Patron de Tricot Gratuit
Flames of Bonfire - Free Sock Pattern||Bas Flames of Bonfire | Patron de Tricot Gratuit

Flames of Bonfire - Free Sock Pattern

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Lovely sock pattern to play with speckled yarn! This sock design was written by Andrea Yetman for the Biscotte Mystery Sock Club. You can now get your Flames of Bonfire sock pattern free, compliments of Biscotte Yarns.

This pattern was inspired by the yarn itself, hand-dyed with speckles and named "Feu de Joie" which means Bonfire in english. The lace pattern is knit to mimic the flames of a bonfire and the color of the yarn needs no explanation!

The stitch pattern is available in both written and chart format.

In addition to the pattern, you will need the following to knit the Quilter's socks

Find here another version knitted with our Bis-Sock self-striping yarn in HARVEST colourway ;)

This pattern is available in a numeric PDF format. Add it to your cart and follow every steps to place your order. A link to download the pattern will appear at the end of your order and will be sent by email as well.

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Pauline Gagnon
Bas Flames of Bonfire

super beau modèle j ai la laine :orange sanguine .
j espère le faire cette été ,lorsque je l'aurais fini je mettrais la photo

merci Bicotte

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brousseau Diane

Je suis satisfaite de vos services rapides

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Lise Normand
Bas Flames of bonfire

J’ai bien aimé faire ces bas avec votre laine bi
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Marie Provencher

Ok

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Sylvie Vigneault
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Merci!

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FAMILY BUSINESS

Founded in Canada by knitting enthusiasts for the love of natural fibers

ORIGINAL PRODUCTS

Products and knitting patterns developed exclusively for our customers.

CUSTOMER SERVICE

A tight-knit team that guides you through your projects, one stitch at a time!