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Pattern: Knitted flower

Before starting a project, read through the entire pattern text. If there is something you do not understand, this pattern may not be for you. I do not offer pattern support on my free patterns.




Use a yarn you like, although I think a rather thin one makes the best result.

Needle size depends on which yarn you are using. If you are in doubt, go down one size for a tight fabric.


The flower in the photo is made in fine one strand alpaca ("Du store alpakka"), on 2,5 mm needles.


Cast on 12.

Row 1: Slip 1, knit 11.

Row 2: Slip 1, purl 11.

Row 3: Slip1,*knit 1, yo*

Row 4: Slip 1, purl.

Continue in stockinette, slipping the first stitch on every row. When the petal is 60% of desired length, bind off 2 in each side every other row.

Knit 5 more petals or as many as you want.

Sew together in the middle. Decorate with a button, some beads or what you like.


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Taken on April 22, 2005