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10 FREE patterns for fabulous flowers

Category:
Accessories, Flowers, Kitchen, Seasonal, Pattern
Author:
Isobel Smith
19 May 2015
10 FREE patterns for fabulous flowers

All around us, beautiful summery blooms are popping up and as Chelsea Flower show is now open to wow British gardeners everywhere, we thought it’s about time we round up our favourite flower patterns to inspire the green thumb in all you knitters. Knit a flower in the garden on a sunny afternoon and it will last forever!

1. Itty bitty daisies which make cute hair accessories

Daisies

(Our pals at Love Knitting have this pattern)


2. Simple but oh so pretty little blooms made into a brooch

Flower Brooch

(These brilliant blooms are ours)


3. This glittery little girly flower is perfect for accessories

Pink yellow flower

(The Yarn Art Cafe has the pattern)


4. Brighten up your knit (literally)! This pattern features a little light

(Expand your skills at On The Needles)


5. Add an element of crochet with this gorgeous rose

Rose

(Find the pattern at Meli Bondre)


6. Make every colour in the rainbow, these pretty flowers are simple!

Dogwood blossoms

(Purlavenue has the pattern)


7. Spread a message of peace with these harmonious lilies

(Hop to Hobbycraft for the pattern)


8. Are you a fan of crochet? Try these blooms, no matter what your level of skill

Crochet Flowers

(Of course, this is a Let’s Knit pattern)


9. Elegant and simple, knit a snowdrop for a buttonhole

Snowdrop

(Natural Suburbia gives you the how to)


10. So close to real life you can almost smell it! Make a carnation for the one you love

Carnation 2

(See Lion Brand for the pattern)


Don’t forget to share your floral makes with us on our Facebook and Twitter pages!

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19 May 2015

10 FREE patterns for fabulous flowers

10 FREE patterns for fabulous flowers

All around us, beautiful summery blooms are popping up and as Chelsea Flower show is now open to wow British gardeners everywhere, we thought it’s about time we round up our favourite flower patterns to inspire the green thumb in all you knitters. Knit a flower in the garden on a sunny afternoon and it will last forever!

1. Itty bitty daisies which make cute hair accessories

Daisies

(Our pals at Love Knitting have this pattern)


2. Simple but oh so pretty little blooms made into a brooch

Flower Brooch

(These brilliant blooms are ours)


3. This glittery little girly flower is perfect for accessories

Pink yellow flower

(The Yarn Art Cafe has the pattern)


4. Brighten up your knit (literally)! This pattern features a little light

(Expand your skills at On The Needles)


5. Add an element of crochet with this gorgeous rose

Rose

(Find the pattern at Meli Bondre)


6. Make every colour in the rainbow, these pretty flowers are simple!

Dogwood blossoms

(Purlavenue has the pattern)


7. Spread a message of peace with these harmonious lilies

(Hop to Hobbycraft for the pattern)


8. Are you a fan of crochet? Try these blooms, no matter what your level of skill

Crochet Flowers

(Of course, this is a Let’s Knit pattern)


9. Elegant and simple, knit a snowdrop for a buttonhole

Snowdrop

(Natural Suburbia gives you the how to)


10. So close to real life you can almost smell it! Make a carnation for the one you love

Carnation 2

(See Lion Brand for the pattern)


Don’t forget to share your floral makes with us on our Facebook and Twitter pages!

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