The Flowers in A Row knitting pattern is a beautiful stitch featuring little beautiful dandelion-like flowers arranged in a row. The pattern is fun to knit and you can use it in different ways.
This gorgeous floral knitting stitch is perfect for blankets. You can even make it as an edge or border for large fabric projects. It also looks great on wearables like sweater tops and baby frocks. But, for edging, you only need to knit 3 rows.
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(Multiple of 6) + 1 stitch
This free knitting pattern is written in US terms. You can also check out other common knitting abbreviations.
|st (s)||Stitch (es)|
flower st –
- yarn backward, slip next 5 sts purlwise to right needle, dropping extra loops.
- yarn forward, slip the same 5 sts back to left needle.
- yarn backward, slip the same 5 sts back to right needle.
- repeat steps 2 & 3 one more time.
CO (Multiple of 6 stitches) + 1 stitch. For example, you can cast on (6 x 4) + 1 = 25 stitches to knit a sample swatch.
|Row 1 (RS):||Knit.|
|Row 2:||k1, * [k1 wrapping yarn around 3 times] x 5 times, k1; rep from * to end.|
|Row 3:||p1, * flower st, p1; rep from * to end.|
Repeat these free knitting pattern instructions (4 rows) until you have reached the desired length for your work.
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- Criss Cross Stitch Pattern
- Heart Ribbing Stitch Pattern
- Cornflower Stitch Pattern
- Granite Slip Stitch Pattern
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