Strawberries

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    Knit Strawberry Pattern by Pezdiva

    Yarn: worsted weight - heavy, light, doesn't seem to matter. I used LB Fisherman's in the photos
    Needles: I used size 6 DPN but I knit loose. Use a size that makes a nice somewhat stiff fabric

    CO - Cast On
    KFB - Knit into the front and back
    st - stitch
    k2tog - Knit to stitches together

    CO 6sts on to 3 DPN - mark beginning of round, join making sure not to twist stitches

    1. *KFB KI* - repeat** end of round (9st)
    2. Knit
    3. *KFB K2* - repeat** end of round (12st)
    4. Knit
    5. *KFB K3* - repeat** end of round (15st)
    6. Knit
    7. *KFB K4 * - repeat** end of round (18st)
    8. Knit
    9. *KFB K2, KFB K2*- repeat** end of round (24st)
    10. Knit
    11. *KFB K3, KFB K3* - repeat** end of round (30st)

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    12. With green yarn K1 st, with red yarn K4 st – repeat pattern until end of round
    13. Knit next round using green yarn before and after every previous green stitch, continue using red yarn
    14. Cut red yarn and Knit round in green
    15. *K2tog K3* - repeat ** until end of round (24st)
    16. k2tog – all around (12st) begin stuffing berry
    17. k2tog – all around (6st)
    18. k2tog – all around (3st)
    19. icord stem until stem is length you like, bind off – weave in all ends.

    Tip – when doing color work twist yarn colors over each other, for example when going from red to green, bring green up over red yarn. This will make a nice smooth color transition with no holes.

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    1. mochistudios 45 months ago | reply

      so so cute! thanks for sharing such a great pattern! love the yarn you used!

    2. mymphcat 45 months ago | reply

      So Cute!!!! thanks :D

    3. One Pretty Thing 45 months ago | reply

      Oh my gosh these are so, so cute! A reader just emailed me about this and I'm thrilled. I can't wait to make some! I'll be linking as well. Thanks so much!!!

    4. gigi-pianist 45 months ago | reply

      Still in my top, top, tippy-top favs!! Love, love, love these.

    5. Artes da costureira [deleted] 43 months ago | reply

      Perfect!

    6. Marie C. Cudraz 41 months ago | reply

      that's beautufil
      I could eat them !

    7. JungUn_Choi 40 months ago | reply

      Aww, so cute! Thanks for sharing the pattern, this will be perfect for the gift I want to knit someone!

    8. Linepusle 26 months ago | reply

      This is great! I'll try it out. Thanks for the pattern.

    9. catkin tales 24 months ago | reply

      they are so pretty!
      and how kind of you to share the pattern ❤

    10. Lets go fly a kite2010 21 months ago | reply

      My sister made me some knitted strawberries for my 40th birthday using your pattern. They turned out beautiful.
      www.flickr.com/photos/letsgoflyakite2010/7787537886/in/ph...

    11. Aunty_Abby 19 months ago | reply

      I've made a whole bunch...! My cat absconded with one, so that strawberry has been officially declared a "cat toy". But you can see the rest look lovely in this antique bowl I have:
      www.flickr.com/photos/aunty_abby/8075129918/in/photostream

      I liked back to your pattern, so thanks for posting it! (P.S. you may want to make this one photo 'public' in the Flickr settings so people can print it out while they're knitting)

    12. amiema 15 months ago | reply

      thanks for the pattern. do you also have the instructions for your "chocolate" dipped strawberries? thanks.

    13. Crocheting_in_Georgia 14 months ago | reply

      Wonderful berries. Thank you so much for the pattern - can't wait to try them!

    14. nacha2014 9 months ago | reply

      gracias por compartir, lidisimas las frutillas.

    15. honeyvarita 5 months ago | reply

      Nice Work!!!

    16. CastleofCostaMesa.Com 3 months ago | reply

      Dear Pezdiva, thank you so much for sharing your beautiful photo and pattern with us. We are making a knitted stone soup project to donate to our Waldorf School of Orange County 2014 fundraiser, and we are inspired by the beauty you create. Thank you! - Jzin, Castle of Costa Mesa dot com. castleofcostamesa.com/waldorf-days/wednesday-morning-craf...

    17. sandrakkemp 2 months ago | reply

      I featured this on my Facebook page this week. www.facebook.com/IndigoKittyYarns?ref=hl

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