Cute and Simple Knit Flower Pattern

With hats, headbands, and all sorts of other knit and crochet accessories officially coming back into season here in Colorado, now seems like the perfect time to share this free knit flower pattern and tutorial!  I’ve heard many times that the knitters wish there were some easy knit flower patterns….so I hope this video tutorial does the trick!  This gorgeous flower makes a beautiful embellishment for any project.  It’s quick and simple to make, and my video tutorial will walk you right through it!

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25 Comments On “Cute and Simple Knit Flower Pattern”

  1. Thank you Melody and CONGRATULATIONS!!

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  2. I am truly thrilled for you! The pain of losing so many of your babies must be hard still (and each will always be your child.) Yet, this surprise would seem to say that God thinks you need more babies! After all- each baby is God’s opinion that the world should go on! Rejoice in this miracle. Enjoy every minute.

    I can’t share this just now. I lost my dear knitting online pal a few months ago, and just am not ready to “replace her” (not that I ever could- like you with your babies gone too soon.) Someday, I’ll find another buddy who will thrill and enjoy things with me though- in time.

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  3. Awesome news..enjoy while you can..LOVE IT

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  4. Congratulations!God bless your new little one,you and your family. Take care of yourself, and take care of you first, we loyal followers are always willing to step aside while u take all the rest you need.

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  5. Hi Melody,
    Thank you for sharing the most important news of your pending arrival.
    I also am saddened by the fact that you have lost so many babies but surely you are blest by God’s grace that you can still achieve with his greatest gift of life in the making.
    I can’t extend your pattern onto a dear friend in Michigan as I don’t know how to navigate my way through social media.
    I need to go back to pre-school on this and study with someone’s help.
    Surely you will be showered with knitted gifts for your next little gem (at least I hope your are so as to repay you for all your kindness.)

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  6. Happy for you. I too have lost four babies through miscarriage and one almost cost me my life. I lost her at 5 months and then lost so much blood that I had bloodles transfusions and the doctors advised no more pregnancies. He told my hubby to take care of business, it would be easier for him, so we have two beautiful young men we are proud to call ours 💕

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  7. Hi Melody, Congratulations. You are very talented and blessed. Can’t wait to make this flower for my first granddaughter.

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  8. Congratulations!!!

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  9. Congratulations on the new expected arrival. How many weeks are you??
    I am [was] a NICU/Nursery/L&D Nurse, so very interested in your history!!
    I wish you all the best!!!
    Patty S

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  10. Such a wonderful surprise. I think it’s the Universe’s way of saying “Thank You!” for all the talent you’re sharing with all of us.

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  11. Melody I’m so very happy for you and your family. I completely understand your loss and struggle. We lost our first son and finally we had our beautiful second son Jacob 2 years later. It’s such a wonderful time when a new baby is coming. Please take care and take it easy. This is the only time you can get away with being lazy.

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  12. Thanks for this tutorial

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  13. Congratulations!!! Enjoy your newest little one. I have a granddaughter who will be arriving in March too. It’s fun planning all the projects for her and her 4 yr old sister.

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  14. Thanks Melody for sharing this very nice pattern, but most of all congratulations for the new baby coming!!!!
    A bear hug from Italy

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  15. Congratulations! Wishing you all the best.

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  16. Congratulations! I’m currently expecting child number three at the end of December and I certainly know how tired and not getting around to things ye can get 🙂

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  17. Congratulations Melody!
    That is wonderful news. Please take care of yourself. I’m sure the whole family is excited.

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  18. Congrats to you, thanks for your patterns…hello Colorado…lived there for 15 years…both my long awaited sons were born there!

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  19. So happy for you. I also had a very hard time conceiving. So we adopted a beautiful baby boy. He was only 5 weeks old, and he was amazing. Then, as the story goes, 2 years later I became pregnant with my daughter. Oh course she was just as amazing. That was many years ago, and every day, I love them a little more! Thanks for the patterns and once again, CONGRATS!

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  20. Congratulations ! I went through a very similar situation…….6 misc’s (2 were twins) but 2 preg’s were successful ! ENJOY !!!

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  21. Thank you for the flower. And congratulations. What a wonderful newsletter. The best ever.

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  22. Thanks for this cute pattern. I will add to some scarves I have made for Christmas

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  23. Love this cute pattern . Thanks

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  24. Can’t wait to try this!

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