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Knitted Flower Tutorial

By: Julie Taylor from mackandmabel.blogspot.co.uk
Knitted Flower Tutorial
Knitted Flower Tutorial
This image courtesy of mackandmabel.blogspot.com

If you've always wanted to make a knitted flower, then check out this Knitted Flower Tutorial. This tutorial for how to knit a flower is easy to follow with step-by-step photos. Add your finished flowers to hats, sweaters, bags, and more!

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Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

How to Knit a Flower

To see a way to work this pattern, check out this easy step-by-step video tutorial.

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Really simple and easy to follow pattern with great images to make sure that you are following right. This knits up really quickly so it is easy to make a batch in different colours and they are very versatile to use as either embellishments, brooches, hair clips etc. I have experimented with different size needles and yarns and the pattern works equally well.

Thank you so much for lovely pattern:)

I'm lost on the k1 cast off 9

Awesome, I love this knitted flower tutorial it's so pretty . Everybody liked it when I made this in white & also in multicolour. Thanks a lot for this lovely pattern. Pls give us some more flowers tutorials with leaves as well. Thanks.

So cute , thank you.

This is lovely, so easy to make and they come out perfect every time. i have made smaller ones as well using 36 stictches.

Excellent

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thank you so much, I am knitting a touque for my niece, she started chemo and we no she will loose her hair. I wanted to make her something pretty for the fall and put a flower on it, thank you again. Judy in FLorida

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