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Freebie: Burning Rings of Fire


Happy Spring, Equinox, Easter, Passover (a month or so early) or whatever you choose to observe.
Since I am a spring baby, this is my favorite time of the year.  In celebration of new beginnings, I've added the Burning Rings of Fire pattern to the sidebar.  I hope you enjoy it.


Burning Ring(s) of Fire

Worked from the top down on two circular needles.

Two pairs US size 1 circular needles, 24 inch.
Spare DPN in US size 1 (or size to obtain gauge.)
Tapestry needle.

Yarn: Pigeonroof Studios Superwash Merino Sock (100% Superwash Merino), Colorway:  Pink Lady.  2 Skeins.

Gauge:  30 stitches = 4”(10cm) in stitch pattern

Finished Measurement: 8 (9)” (20 cm) circumference at leg and foot. 


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"I'm goin' down down down...and the flames got higher!"

LOVE THEM. At least when the economy crashes, you'll know you could always make a living making socks for other people...;)

Love the socks and the shoes! Thanks for another great pattern!

These look great!

Thanks for the pattern. :)

Yay. Thanks. Definitely adding to the queue.

Kirsten,you are one of the most generous pattern designers in blogland! Thank you for sharing yet another wonderful pattern!

I hope you had a wonderful holiday!

thanks for sharing the pattern, and i still love those shoes!!!!

I agree with a previous poster - most generous pattern writer in blogland! Thank you - I love it and my new found affection for Pigeonroof since initially seeing this sock!

Those are so awesome! Thanks for the pattern!

thanks so much for the pattern!
you are the best~!

And now I will have Johnny Cash in my head for the rest of the day. Very nice socks, and I have to say, aren't you so generous?!

Very cool pattern! I've been really thinking lately that I need to try some socks too. Thank you so much for being so generous with your beautiful patterns!

Thank you!

I was waiting for you to put it up and now it's ffrrreeeee!! Thank you!

cute socks and hot shoes! thanks for sharing.

I love your socks Kirsten! Belvedere has finally made it's way onto my needles and is looking lovely so far!

Cool, thanks for the free pattern.

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