|Felted flower brooches. |
Made using a variety of felted woolen jumpers and scarves.
Put your woolens on a hot wash and hey presto they've shrunk and felted.
Tumble drying can add to the effect, as can a second wash.
|Cast on, Cast off Knitted flower brooches.|
Read on for how to make them. Really easy.
|I even intended to try out a ribbon one like these,|
but didn't quite get there.
See 'I'm SEW Cheap' for how to make one yourself.
Cast on, Cast off Knitted Flower
It's really as easy at that. I've used 15mm needles and Sirdar Bigga Wool.
First cast on 10 stitches, then cast off those 10 stitches keeping the final loop on the needle.
Using that loop cast on 9 stitches so there are 10 on the needle, then cast off again.
Repeat this process 5 times, once for each petal of the flower.
Leave a 5 inch tail for stitching up when casting off the final stitch.
You should be left with something that looks like this.
|I pinned this out to make it easier to see|
Tie the two tails together and then use them to tie in the petals to make a flower shape.
Add a brooch pin or alternative fastening.
If you can't be bothered with all that, take a look in my shop and buy one.
|Striped Star with yellow button|
Hope you've enjoyed my flowery day.
Do come again.