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Knitted Dogwood Blossoms

By: Linda from
Knitted Dogwood Blossoms
Knitted Dogwood Blossoms
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These Knitted Dogwood Blossoms are the perfect way to usher in spring. The versatility of this free knitting pattern really makes it stand out from the crowd. You can add these knit flowers to just about anything, including hat, scarves, or even in place of a bow on a gift box. If you want to make a fun brooch to wear during warmer weather, this knit flower applique is ideal. Pin it on any outfit to add an instant dose of natural beauty. Perhaps the best part is this knitted flower pattern is a great stashbuster. You can use any leftover worsted weight yarn to complete this easy knitting pattern.

KNIT TIP: Knitted flowers are the perfect reminder of spring and all the beauty of the season. The free knitting patterns for flowers are virtually endless, because there are so many different shapes and sizes of delightful blooms.

You might be wondering what to do with these knit flowers once you work up a few, and the good news is, there are so many possibilities. Have you considered adding one of these beauties to a knit baby hat? Perhaps you want to add a pin to the back of one and wear it as a brooch? Of if you're feeling exceptionally crafty, why not use one as an adornment for a special gift box?

As you can see, with so many different uses for knitted flowers, it's about time you got started on this quick and easy pattern. You definitely will not regret your decision when you see how luscious and versatile these dogwood blossoms can be.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

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

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beautiful flowers to add to a solid colour sweater or hat - actually thinking of knitting some that would go with a grey or a black fedora and others to go with a deep red or a black broad-brimmed hat (same colours would go with grey too) and then a set for a deep brown hat... these are a great accessory. May have to buy my hats but the flowers will be all mine

These are just gorgeous, thank you.

Nice idea to use the dogwood flowers to dress up a sweater. I think they would be perfect clustered on a knitted beanie or even sewn randomly on a long scarf for mom. I am sure other knitters will find them easy to make and I hope they will share their ideas on this page.

These flowers are just what I need to make for a little girl's sweater I knitted a while ago. The sweater is white and has a thin rib pattern going through a wide stocking stitch panel. I think it is very plain and have been looking for something to dress it up with. These flowers are it! Will post a picture of the sweater when I am done attaching the flowers!


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