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