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Daisy Knitting pattern by Amanda Berry | Knitting Patterns | LoveCrafts
I have sewn this cute little knitted daisy on a hair grip to make a floral hair accessory, and also stuck it onto a cocktail stick to make a cake decoration.You can use the daisy as decoration for many other projects, for example: attach a safety pin instead of a hair grip on the back of the flower to make a pretty brooch, add a personal touch to gifts, and attach to gift boxes or cards, sew on to bags, purses, or even hats, or sew on your sweaters, cardigans, or the hems of skirts.The patte...
Cupcake Knitting pattern by crazy dazy | Knitting Patterns | LoveCrafts
*** 2 patterns in 1***a pattern devised by myself for TWO types of cupcake**ICED BUN, including three different types of decoration, cherry, jellied lemon slice and flower.**CUPCAKE with CREAM SWIRLcan be used as pincushion, display or as play food.if used as a toy - all play must be supervised7 page pattern with detailed instructions and photosintermediate knitting experience required to follow patternMY PATTERNS ARE COPYRIGHT PROTECTED PLEASE ONLY USE MY PATTERN FOR YOUR OWN PERSONAL USE O...
Daffodil Knitting pattern by Julie Taylor | Knitting Patterns | LoveCrafts
These daffodils are quick and simple to knit using oddments of DK yarn.(9 yards for petals, 6 yards for trumpet and 3 yards for stalk) They are the size of a real daffodil when knit with the suggested yarn and needles. Use a different shade of yellow for the trumpet to add variety or knit the petals in white to make narcissus. The stalks are supported with craft wire or pipe cleaners, but please omit the wire if they are to be handled by young children. Your daffodils will look very sweet in...