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As the temperature heats up and plant buds unfold into beautiful flowers, why shouldn't your knitting take on a summery approach too! In this beautiful collection, How to Knit Flowers 13 Easy Knitting Patterns, we'll explore 13 patterns inspired by nature.
Making hair bows is a simple way to add a pop of color to your hair without going overboard. In this free Addictive Knit Bows tutorial, you'll find two variations of hand knit bows a small ribbed bow and a larger garter stitch bow. Whether your turn your bows into stylish hairclips, use them to embellish a knit sweater or afghan, or transform one into a necklace, you'll love how easy they are to make. If you have tons of colorful scrap yarn lying around the house, this is a great way to use it all up!
Give your laptop a little protection and a whole lot of style with the Knit Laptop Sweater Pattern. This cute and easy knitting project is a fun way to accessorize technology that may be somewhat lacking in the personality department. This knit laptop case is a great way to get rid of spare bits of yarn. Knit one in colors to match your dorm room, your favorite team, or your school. The options are endless with this easy, stashbusting knitting pattern.
Keep your phone nice and safe in these Cute and Colorful iPhone Cozies. These easy-peasy DIY phone cases are a snap to make. The best part about these cozies is that you can customize them any way you want. The basic pattern leaves a ton of room for personalization and unique details like stripes, polka dots, and other fun patterns.
Trying to protect your new iPhone from scratches? Look no further than this Knitted iPhone Cozy. Use leftover yarn and follow this free knitting pattern for a cute cozy that takes less than an hour to make.
So you enjoy knitting scarves, hats and sweaters in a variety of colors and sizes but did you know that you can knit your own accessories, too? From simple knit jewelry patterns to cute-and-chic wristbands and bracelets, it's amazing how many free patterns are available for trendy accessories. To help get you started working on patterns that may be outside of your normal knitting schedule, I've pulled together some of my favorite knit accessories from AllFreeKnitting. In this collection of 23 patterns, you'll discover easy knit headband patterns topped with bows, unique solutions for telling keys apart, electronic cozies, knit flowers, simple knit buttons and more.
Why use a boring, store-bought computer case when you could make your own? The 1 Hour Sari Ribbon Netbook Case is a colorful, unique DIY laptop case you'll love showing off to your friends. This upcycled accessory is a quick and easy knitting pattern for a lazy afternoon or cozy night in. Easily adaptable to any size computer, the 1 Hour Sari Ribbon Netbook Case is a fun way to mix up your normal knitting routine.
Easily embellish your knit sweaters, afghans, scarves and more with this 6 Petal Flower. The free knit flower pattern is created by knitting 6, same sized petals separately. To assemble, simply sew the petals together starting at the base.
This has now become my favorite free knit flower pattern. Not only can you complete the 45 Minute Flower in hardly any time at all, but it's extremely versatile. Attach them to a plain headband or use them to embellish a sweater or belt.
Blossoming Knitted Flowers are adorable accents for any of your projects. This easy knit flower pattern is great for making flowers to add to headbands, dresses, and hats. Use your leftover yarn scraps quickly and easily with these cute flowers. This adorable flower applique pattern will add a touch of springtime to all of your knitting projects. We love the Blossoming Knitted Flowers in light pastels or bold neon colors for fun spring and summer accents!
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