39 Knitted Flowers Patterns


39 Knitted Flowers Patterns

These easy knit flowers for beginners look too beautiful to be so simple!


Knitted Flowers Patterns

As the temperature rises and plant buds unfold into colorful flowers, why shouldn't your knitting be sunny, bright, and floral, too? In this beautiful collection we'll explore a multitude of patterns inspired by nature.

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 to learn how to knit flowers. By knitting your own flowers, you'll have pieces of handmade kitchen décor that will last for years!

Alternatively, you could use your newlyfound floral knitting skills to knit yourself up a brooch, a headband, or other accessory. The great thing about flowers, knit or otherwise, is that they never seem to look out of place when incorporated well.

Floralize your life with all of the fabulous free knit scarf patterns, free bag patterns and so much more all in this collection! Your entire house and closet will practically scream "spring" with these gorgeous additions.

Knit Flower Patterns

Don'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. Add to the favorite clothing of the floral lover in your life by knitting them flowers as gifts.

Alternatively, you can knit some flowers for a play, or a Halloween costume. Who knew that it would be so useful to teach yourself how to knit flowers?

Floral Knits for the Kitchen

Sometimes cooking dinner can be a drag. Why not spice up the experience and knit some flowers to add 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.

Try knitting flowers for kitchen projects, because not just headbands and sweaters deserve fresh, floral patterns.

Floral Knits For You

Once 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 are the perfect floral outfit enhancers for the onset of the spring season, a picnic, or a garden party. Snow or shine, flowers never go out of style, so knit yourself up some woolly flowers and drown yourself in pretty petals.

BONUS! Knitting Flowers: 23 More Ways

If 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!

About the Author:

About the Author: Caitlin Eaton

Caitlin Eaton is the managing editor of I Like Knitting, I Like Crochet, We Like Sewing magazines, and so much more.

When she's not frequenting record stores in Chicago, she loves to absorb the culture in coffee shops while her veins absorb some caffeine. She graduated from Marquette University with a degree in journalism and is grateful for the wonderful professors that helped her hone her writing skills.

Narrowing down her interests is nearly impossible, but she does have a soft spot for any craft projects or clothing that are vintage or vintage inspired. To her, nothing is more beautiful than an object that was able to stand the test of time, like her grandmother’s pearl brooch, a black-and-white photograph, a Twinkie—well, perhaps not the latter, but you get the idea.

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love the flower patterns

Thank you so much! I will definitely be using these in the future.

This is a great collection of knitted flowers. I have never attempted to knit flowers before. I have always crocheted them in the past, but this is a new and challenging project so I am ready to attempt a couple of the ones I see on here. They look very cute and easy.

where is the pattern for the flower on the cover?

Hi Jacob, the pattern can be found by clicking the image. Here's the link: https://www.allfreeknitting.com/Dish/flower-hotpad. -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

I can not seem to get the page with the brown scarf with leaves and flowers to load. I guess it is the leaf and flower scarf and that link seems broken. Does anyone have the pattern or ? Thanks. I like the way it is so contrasting. I have never tried my hand at flowers. Thanks.

Hello Grace333! Unfortunately, that pattern is no longer available. We have updated the page accordingly. Sorry for the inconvenience. -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Well darn it! I guess I will give the others a go. I was thinking of adding these to some of the older baby blankets I have done that are sort of plain. Even to some of the hats would be something to put on and then remove or even change with just tacking them on. Sure with the other was available. It was really great. Thanks for checking.

There is a veritable garden of blooms found in these knitting patterns. I visualize a cluster on a sweet little hat or a few blossoms scattered across a little girl's sweater. They could be used on a headband too or even a decorative pillow.

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

Link to Dandelion Flower pattern does not work


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