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How to Knit Flowers: 13 Easy Knitting Patterns

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6 Petal FlowerAs the temperature rises and plant buds unfold into colorful 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.  So, if you're looking for a simple way to dress up the kitchen without spending too much money, you've come to the right place!  While a vase full of real flowers can brighten up a room, the trouble is they don't last very long.  Solve that problem by using the easy knitting patterns below.  By knitting your own flowers, you'll have pieces of handmade kitchen décor that will last for years!  Of course, the summer fun doesn't have to stop in the kitchen.  Add a floral hint to your wardrobe, too, with free knit scarf patterns, free bag patterns and more all in this collection!   Have fun incorporating summer and spring into your entire house and closet!

How to Knit Flowers: 13 Easy Knitting Patterns

How to Knit Flowers: 13 Easy Knitting Patterns

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Knit Flower Patterns

Floral Knits for the Kitchen

Floral Knits for You

Bonus! Knitting Flowers: 10 More Ways
 

Knit Flower Patterns

45 Minute FlowerDon't worry about these knit flower patterns dying any time soon!  Unlike real flowers, these cuties will last for years to come!  Add a hint of floral scent to your finished patterns by spritzing them with perfume or air freshener. Perfect to add to the favorite clothing of the floral lover in your life, learn how to knit flowers as gifts. Or, you can knit these flowers as props for a play, or a Halloween costume. Who knew that learning how to knit flowers would be so useful?

  • 45 Minute Flower - Have fun using up colorful scraps of yarn with this simple pattern.  Flowers don't have to be complicated; this one only takes 45 minutes to make!
  • Six Petal Flower - Add this beautiful flower onto a blazer for an instant dose of summer cheer!
  • Blossoming Knitted Flowers - This cute pattern features five petal flowers that are incredibly easy to make.  Use up colorful yarn scraps to create a variety of knit flowers that can be used as embellishments for summer and spring projects. 
  • Peruvia Rose - Knit a bouquet of Roses to place on a bedside table.  Create a bit of romance year round with flowers that last forever!

 

 


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Floral Knits for the Kitchen

Flowerburst DishclothSometimes cooking dinner can be a drag.  Why not make spice up the experience by adding cheery decorations to your kitchen table and countertop to motivate you.  The free knitting patterns in this section will show you how to knit flowers into your projects to create fun, colorful pieces! Make your children excited to eat their broccoli, and make yourself excited to cook it with this beautiful floral decor. Learn how to knit flowers for kitchen projects, because not just headbands and sweaters deserve fresh, floral patterns.

  • Floral Hotpad - This intermediate knitting pattern is worth the extra effort.  When it's not in use in the kitchen, it also operates as a work of art!
  • Flowerburst Dishcloth - This gorgeous Flowerburst Dishcloth mixes cool blue and purple edges with an explosion of pink color in the center of the dishcloth. Make a splash in your kitchen with this modern pattern that's full of excitement!
  • Vintage Flowers Tablecloth - Add some vintage flair to your table with this table runner that uses the shadow knitting technique. 

 


Floral Knits for You

Flowery and Leafy ScarfOnce the house is completely covered in summer projects, it's time to make some refreshing knits for yourself.  From stylish headbands and scarves to floral skirts, with this collection, you'll be able to cover yourself in flowers from head to toe! These free knitting patterns will teach you how to knit flowers into clothing to makethem perfect for the spring, a picnic, or a garden party. Snow or shine, flowers never go out of style, so teach yourself how to knit flowers and drown yourself in pretty petals.

 

 

 

 


BONUS! Knitting Flowers: 10 More Ways

Knitted Flower TutorialIf you find yourself craving even more floral designs, make sure to check out these simple patterns below.  In just a matter of hours, you'll be able to create a fun floral embellishment that'll look great on a variety of projects. There are always more floral projects to be made, so be sure to check back frequently for more tutorials on how to knit flowers into clothing, accessories, and decor. Spring is in the air, and knowing how to knit flowers is a useful skill for this beautiful, blooming season. Ready your needles for even more flowers!

 


Easy Knitting Patterns for Beginners

 

 

Are you a newcomer to knitting, or just feel like churning out project after project? Try these Easy Knitting Patterns for Beginners!

 

 


 

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Even though I have not knitted it yet, I think the design is beautiful but better used in a spa instead of doing dishes. Ann Eaton

love the patterns, have tried out a few with mixed success! ended up creating my own lily pattern which can be found for free here http://hopeandbloom.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/new-pattern-lily.html please check it out, thanks helen / hopeandbloom

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