detailed of the cherry blossoms on the shaft

Cherry Blossom Socks

A recipe for a pair of cherry blossom inspired socks with two detailed charts and tons of pictures Did you know I studied Japanese science in what feels like a different life. I actually do speak the language, as well. Originally my plan was to visit the land of the rising sun for hanami this …

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the finished knitted daffodil flowers on a wooden board

Daffodil knitting pattern

A super realistic knitting pattern for a daffodil/narcissus with step by step written instructions Every year, close before Easter, daffodils are turning the spring meadows here in Europe into a yellow-golden ocean of elegant delight. Bumblebees are clumsily climbing into their wide-open corona seeking the sweet pollen within, and some will end up decorating our …

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the knitted crocus deccorated in moss, and snow and there are some snowdrops on the right as well

Crocus knitting pattern

A very realistic knitting pattern for crocus with step by step written instructions Do you like knitting flowers? Do you like challenges and working with delicate yarns and needles? Then I’m sure you will love my crocus knitting pattern. It stands in a line of many spring flowers I knit this year (like my snowdrops …

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two finished knitted hyacinths on a wooden board with knitting needles and a scissor right next to it

Hyacinth knitting pattern

A very detailed knitting pattern for a hyacinth finished on 2.00 mm needles using lace-weight yarn. For some reason, I am obsessed with knitting spring flowers this year. And naturally, I also had to work on a Hyacinth knitting pattern. They are one of my personal favorite flowers and I just love the way they …

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close-up of the snowdrop knitting pattern - the finished project decorated in a fake meadow

Snowdrop knitting pattern

A very realistic knitting pattern for snowdrops/Galanthus finished on 2.00 mm needles and using lace-weight yarn Do you love spring? Spring flowers? I certainly do! But I noticed the hard way that they are not meant to be kept inside. They just wilt too fast. That’s why I came up with this very realistic snowdrop …

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an easy knitted bookmark pattern with written instructions

Easy knitted bookmark – A free pattern

A very simple bookmark knitting pattern suitable for beginners with step by step written instructions Are you looking for a simple knitting pattern you can easily finish in one afternoon? Something easy and suitable for knitting beginners? Then this knitted bookmark might be perfect for you! I designed it using only 3 basic stitches but …

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the knitted heart as seen from above

Free love heart knitting pattern

Easy to follow step by step written instructions for knitting a red love heart No matter if it’s Valentine’s Day, a birthday, or any other occasion where you want to show your love – a little present is always a good idea. So in this post, I want to show you my idea of the …

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a knitted mug cozy with cable stitch details - close-up

Mug cozy knitting pattern with simple cable details

A free and easy pattern for a knitted mug cozy with a beautiful cable pattern in the center Is your coffee mug constantly too hot or does your tea get cold too fast? Then a knitted mug cozy is what you need! It’s a great project for beginners to learn some new knitting stitches and …

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two simple square knitted coasters in teal and green on a wooden board with the knitting needles next to them

An easy knitted coaster pattern

A free knitting pattern for a square coaster you can do yourself in less than one hour No matter if you have a glass surface or you are sick of water stains – a knitted coaster can be a great way to keep your table neat and add a lovely spot of color to your …

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different knitted coaster one with and one without fringes

How to knit a coaster for beginners

DIY: A step by step tutorial on knitting coasters for beginners from beginning to end, plus all the materials you will need. A hand-knit square coaster can be a wonderful addition to your dinner table setting. But how do you knit a coaster if you are a beginner and haven’t knit a single stitch yet? …

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