Frostfires £4.25

Patterned socks knitted from the toes up with colourwork and twisted stitch patterns.

Autumnal wildflowers that grow in the north, Frostfires are often found in mountain meadows in abundance. They attract hummingbirds and butterflies, bloomimg long after other flowers have gone.

Frostfires is a pattern from the Winter Blooms book


Small (Medium, Large)

To fit foot circumference: 20.5 (23, 25.5) cm / 8 (9, 10) in

Designed to fit with 0-1 cm  / 0-0.5 in negative ease, around the ball of the foot.

Foot length is customisable


Light fingering weight yarn

CoopKnits Socks Yeah! (75% Merino wool, 25% nylon, 211 m / 231 yds in 50g) in colour ways:

  • MC: Axinite 103

  • CC1: Sugilite 112

  • CC2: Peridot 114

  • CC3: Jadeite 115

One skein of each

Needles & Notions:

2.5mm (US 1 1⁄2) needles for small diameter circular knitting and i-cord

3 stitch markers


32 sts x 48 rows in 10 cm x 10 cm (4 in x 4 in) measured over Stocking st

Skills required:

Knit and purl stitches

Yarn over increases

Increases and decreases

Following a charted or written pattern

Twisted stitches

Kitchener stitch

Casting on and off

Pattern information:

Originally published September 2018.

Current version: Frostfires_v1.0.pdf

PDF file size: 2.1MB

Blog post with more information can be found here

Technical Editor: Gwen Wagner-Adair

Model: Freyja Boycott-Garnett

Photography: Aldersign


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