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Free Knitting Patterns - Roses. This knitted rose is based around a central bud.

Free Knitting Patterns - Roses

Petals are built up in alternating sets of two and three, then a stem is added. The finished rose contains a length of wire in the stem, and is therefore not suitable as a toy for children. Free Knitting Patterns - Tulips. The pattern for the knitted tulip is exactly the same whether the flower is fully open or partly closed.

Free Knitting Patterns - Tulips

The best part is that you can knit this pattern in as many different colours and variations as real tulips. A printable version of this pattern is available. Trillium Squared Flower « Stephieface. Egret Effects: Knitted Stem Rose. This knit flower may not be the color of any actual flowers in existence.

Egret Effects: Knitted Stem Rose

Oh, well. Stem Roseby Egret Effects (Theresa B) FINISHED MEASUREMENTSHeight: 11.5”Width: 3-4” MATERIALS[C1] Lion Brand Wool (100% wool; 85 g/158 yds). Color 178 Dark Teal; GAUGEDoesn’t matter! PATTERNLarge Petal (make 3)Using straight needles and [C1], cast on 24 sts. Using this key…A = PurlB = K1, ssk, knit to last 3 sts, ssk, k1C = (K1, ssk) twice, knit to last 6 sts, (ssk, k1) twice work rows as follows:ABACABACABABABABind off all. Medium Petal (make 2)Using straight needles and [C1], cast on 16 sts. Using the same key as for the large petals, work rows as follows:ABACABABABind off all. Small Petal (make 2)Using straight needles and [C1], cast on 2 sts. Using this key…A = KnitB = Kfb allC = K1, kfb, knit to last 2 sts, kfb, k1D = K1, ssk, knit to last 3 sts, ssk, k1. The Creations of Crazy Dazy. Rose Corsage Materials 3.00mm needles scraps of double knitting yarn p = purl.

the Creations of Crazy Dazy

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Little Yellow Cat » Blog Archive » Liquidambar. Update 23 May 2011 – leave a comment on my blog between now and May 31 and you can win a Holgate Slouch Beanie kit complete with pattern and yarn.

Little Yellow Cat » Blog Archive » Liquidambar

Click for more details. After musing about how I can incorporate Autumn into my knitting, I thought “why not just knit a leaf”. So here is a very quick pattern for a little Liquidambar leaf. To make a little Liquidambar leaf that you can use on a hair clip you will need a small amount of 8ply/DK weight wool. I have used Jo Sharp Luxury 8ply Pure Wool in colours Ruby and Beetle. Tools Yarn – 8ply/DK weight wool with a slightly fuzzy texture (not suitable for really smooth yarns). 2.75mm needles. Tapestry needle for sewing up. 4mm crochet hook for making stem. Bobby-pin or spring clip. Abbreviations kfb - knit into the front of a stitch as normal and then into the back of the same stitch.

WT - wrap and turn. Now turn your entire work around – you have finished working the row and are now ready to progress to the next row in the pattern. Method. Knot Garden: Forget-me-not. This is how I made the tiny blue flowers on my Posy Cushion.

Knot Garden: Forget-me-not

Knitted on 2 needles. Abbreviations: K = Knit St(s) = Stitch(es) tbl = through back of loop RS = right side Tension (gauge) isn't important but if you use needles one or two sizes smaller than recommended for the yarn, you will get a more closely knitted flower. Using blue, make slip knot on left hand needle and cast on 2 more sts (3 sts in total, RS facing). Cast off 2, knitting the last st tbl (1 petal made). *Slip the remaining stitch back onto the left hand needle, keeping the RS of knitting facing you.

Knitted Dahlia Flower (Free Pattern) Flutterby Patch: Knitted daffodil. It's a little bit early to be doing a post for Easter but not too early to be thinking about knitting a little something for the Easter table.

Flutterby Patch: Knitted daffodil

So how about a bright yellow daffodil to decorate an egg cosy? I created this pattern several years ago and have used it endlessly ever since (with a few variations along the way). The pattern is very easy to follow (I don't do difficult). Please note I have written the instructions in a way that 'beginners' should be able to follow.

If you are an experienced knitter please don't be put off by the rather lengthy instructions. You will need a small amount of yellow DK yarn, pairs of 3.25 mm and 4 mm needles (US 3 and 6) and a couple of hours to spare. To create a little wavy edge to the trumpet you now need to do a picot edge as follows. Using a separate length of yarn (not the one threaded through the stitches) stitch together the two short edges of the daffodil trumpet and secure.