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Here is a last minute Mother's Day gift, suitable for any "mum", mom, auntie or Grandma. It's a tiny knitted flower pin bouquet, which I am sure will ...
This bouquet is knitted on 3mm needles with oddments of yarn in suitable colours that you may have in your yarn stash (if you have one, like I ...
Taking your # 3mm needles cast on 10 stitches in one of your flower colours. 1st row knit two together (5 stitches) cut of the yarn leaving a ...
I actually made 10 flowers because I was not sure how many I would need. I only ended up using 6 of them, but you can use as ...
Take a short piece of green (or colour of choice) yarn and make two or three knots in the centre one above each other. Thread one end of ...
With white or colour of choice, cast on 20 stitches and knit 20 row in stockinette stitch. (one row plain knitting and one row purl). Bind or cast ...
Although I had knitted 10 flowers I found that was too many to fit into the knitted wrapping paper, so I chose 6. I bunched them together and ...
I then turned the knitted wrapping paper and folded it diagonally inside out and sewed up one corner. The right side of this is the purl side.
Put the flowers into the knitted wrapper and add a few bits of green yarn to suggest leaves. Sew the flowers in neatly.
Add a bow, using a short piece of yarn tied around the "handle" of the bouquet. As a finishing touch, I added a safety pin to the back ...
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