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Blossoming Knitted Flowers

By: Dianne Jones from Knitting Galore

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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Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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She's right, it's a lot easier to make than it looks! this is fun. I keep thinking of other ways to make a flower from these petals. With a whole bunch of them, starting with the largest ones, then smaller, then smaller, I could make something that might look vaguely like a dahlia. Or something. Anyway, fun to try.

It looks good. I might try doing it.

Very pretty flowers but thought it a bit much 11 pages to print.

I clicked on knitting pattern, but could not find a "print" button. If I highlight and copy to a Word Doc. the background is orange and I don't want to use that much ink.

Hi Judy, You will have you change the color of the font in Microsoft Word. Sorry for the inconvenience!

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